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ESXi 5.5 virtual machine freezes on different hosts and datastores with vShield enabled
At July 7 VMware released vSphere 6.0.0b. This version has bugfixes only. Release notes of ESXi 6.0.0b are here. Download ESXi 6.0.0b here Release notes of vCenter Server 6.0.0b are here. Download vCenter Server 6.0.0b here
VMware NSX 6.2 goes GA
Yesterday VMware released the 6.2 version of NSX. With this release comes a whole battery of new features and a lot of fixes. This new version of NSX will support multiple vCenter instances, which in my opinion is a great addition to an already great product. Some of thenew and changed features in NSX vSphere 6.2 include the following : Cross vCenter Networking and Security NSX 6.2 with vSphere 6.0 supports Cross vCenter NSX where logical switches (LS), distributed logical routers (DLR) and…Read More
When it absolutely, positively has to be there – VMware AlwaysOn Desktop Solution
By Tisa Murdock, Director of Industry Solutions, VMware and Farid Agahi, Business Strategist Industry Solutions, VMware The term ‘mission critical’ in IT has been synonymous with major business applications that perform core functions within an enterprise. However, we are starting to see that term also being applied to the underlying end-user computing platform – in […] The post When it absolutely, positively has to be there – VMware AlwaysOn Desktop Solution appeared first on VMware End-User…Read More
VMware Announces Keynote Speakers for VMworld 2015 in San Francisco
VMware, Inc., a global leader in cloud infrastructure and business mobility, today unveiled the speaker lineup and sponsorship list for VMworld 2015… Read more at VMblog.com.
Triple Benefits from View in Horizon 6, Virtual SAN, and All-Flash Storage from SanDisk
By Patric Chang, Senior Director, SanDisk Imagine being able to run View desktops with the speed of all-flash shared storage, without the cost and complexity of a dedicated all-flash array. Today, all-flash Virtual SAN clusters from SanDisk make it a reality. In collaboration with VMware, Avago, Dell, and Brocade, SanDisk has built a Virtual SAN […] The post Triple Benefits from View in Horizon 6, Virtual SAN, and All-Flash Storage from SanDisk appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog .
vSphere Content Library: distribute your content effortlessly
More and more data is generated every day, and the same is true for “virtual” content, such as VM templates, vApps, ISO images, and scripts. The industry is paying more attention to how to streamline maintenance procedures, distribute the content, and deal with emergencies. Now, imagine that you work at the head office in San […] The post vSphere Content Library: distribute your content effortlessly appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog .
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VMware: Configure new vSphere 6 host with PowerCLI
Last week I upgraded my original Configure vSphere 4 PowerCLI script I created in 2011 . When you run the script with PowerShell ICE or PowerCLI you have two options: 1. Configure a new vSphere 6 host. 2. Add the new configured host to vCenter Server. I’m still not a PowerCLI Pro so.. please comment […]]> http://blog.vmpros.nl/2015/08/17/vmware-configure-new-vsphere-6-host-with-powercli/feed/ 0 VMware: Quick stats on [SERVERNAME] is not up-to-date…Read More
Meet your VMware CTO Ambassadors at VMworld
VMworld is a place to learn and network. So it is greatto see that around half of VMware CTO Ambassadors are sharing and contributing at VMworld. That’s very high for a group that is not part of any product Business Unit. We are field personnels and individual contributors. The high percentage shows the passion and […] The post Meet your VMware CTO Ambassadors at VMworld appeared first on virtual red dot.
Supermicro CSE-M14TQC Use your media bay to add 12 Gbps SAS SSD drives to your server
Supermicro CSE-M14TQC Use your media bay to add 12 Gbps SAS SSD drives to your server By Greg Schulz Supermicro CSE-M14TQC Use your media bay to add 12 Gbps SAS SSD drives to your server Do you have a computer server, workstation or mini-tower PC that needs to have more 2.5″ form factor hard disk drive (HDD), solid state device (SSD) or hybrid flash drives added yet no expansion space? Do you also want or need the HDD or SSD drive expansion slots to be hot swappable, 6 Gbps SATA3 along with…Read More