By Dharma Rajan VMware Network Virtualization Platform (NSX) is the network virtualization platform for the software-defined datacenter (SDDC). Network virtualization using VMware NSX enables virtual networks to be created as software entities, saved and restored, and deleted on demand without requiring any reconfiguration of the physical network. Logical network entities like logical switch, logical routers, […] The post How NSX Simplifies and Enables True Disaster Recovery with Site…Read More
vCenter Site recovery manager recovery plan is a automated plan for recovering protected virtual machines to the recovery site. SRM recovery plan includes one or more protection groups. You can include a protection group in more than one recovery plan. You create one recovery plan to handle a planned migration or other can be created […]]> vCenter Site recovery manager recovery plan is a automated plan for recovering protected virtual machines to the recovery site. SRM recovery plan includes…Read More
Configuring a Distributed Switch can be a pain, especially if you do it for the first time after using a virtual switch. Avirtual switch is mostly used in smaller… The post Distributed Switch – Port Group Properties appeared first on Mind The Virtualization.
Q4 is always an exciting time for the VCDX program. As the year wraps up, this is time we spend planning, reviewing, and adjusting for the coming year. There are a few areas that have long been in discussion with the two VCDX Advisory Council members all year, as well as, many of the panelists. Those areas involve the Defense and Troubleshooting scenarios, and the time spent on them in the VCDX-Desktop and VCDX-Cloud defenses specifically. We are happy to announce some improvements that should make these easier to prepare for in 2016.
By Matt Coppinger, Director, End-User-Computing Technical Marketing and Enablement, VMware In our last blog post, What’s New with VMware Horizon 6 version 6.2, Part 2, we continued to look at some of the new features in Horizon 6.2, specifically VMware Access Point and the new Microsoft RDSH load-balancing feature for Horizon 6 hosted applications. In […] The post What’s New with VMware Horizon 6.2, Part 3 appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog .
The real prize from the EMC Dell deal is the associated purchase of VMware, Inc. Analysts from all over the globe predict everything from utter VMware destruction to VMware as a cash-producing Wunderkind. They’re all wrong.
Newly released ESXi host client v3 (already) has been up for few weeks. I’ve been quite busy visiting VMworld Barcelona and VeeamON recently. However I’m back home, at Reunion, and can fully work as usually. Homelabbing, blogging and providing IT services to few clients localy here where I live. Today we will focus on quick […] Read the full post How To Erase ESXi Disks With ESXi Host Client v3 at ESX Virtualization.
Advertise here with BSA It seems that a lot of people haven’t picked up on this… With Virtual SAN in the past, or better said with vSphere, booting from SATADOM was not supported. This had to do with the default location of the scratch partition, the number of expected writes to the SATADOM device and simply the fact that […] “Virtual SAN and support for SATADOM” originally appeared on Yellow-Bricks.com. Follow me on twitter – @DuncanYB.
By Anthony Rizzo, Staff End-User-Computing Technologist, VMware Part 1 in this Horizon Integration blog series introduced the concept of VMware Horizon as a very flexible and adaptable tooling system for building next-generation end-user-computing architectures—and interoperability is a key contributor to these characteristics. Before going into the details of interoperability, it is essential to understand three […] The post VMware Horizon Integration – How the Pieces Fit Together, Part 2…Read More
Four new Network Virtualization videos by instructor Paul McSharry and two videos on transforming your IT Operations have recently been added to the VMware Learning Zone video library: NSX Architecture – Troubleshooting This video walks though building a logical design, including a close look at NSX components, how they work together, and how data flows between them. […] The post NSX & IT Operations Videos Released in the VMware Learning Zone appeared first on VMware Education and…Read More
From last 2 days I was working on using signed certificates for my vSphere lab and was determined to replace my self-signed certificate with signed certificate generated by my CA server. I have written a blog post on how to … Continue reading →