Back in January 2015 I wrote an article on how to modify the Java heap settings for the vCenter Orchestrator client when working with very large workflows. Since vRealize Orchestrator 7.x has been …Read More
VMware vSphere Update Manager 6.5 is now embedded into the vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA). If you have more ESXi hosts to upgrade patch or version upgrade, VMware suggest that choose VMware Update Manager (VUM) for upgrading hosts. The following demonstration, I will upgrade one vSphere 6.0 to 6.5 via VMware Update Manager 6.5.
I had a project where the customer wanted everything converted from thin to thick lazyZero. Of course I wanted to do this automatically. Here are a few things to know: Changing the disk type requ…Read More
My vSphere lab is split into two halves – a low power management cluster, powered by 3 Intel NUCs, and a more hefty workload cluster powered by a Dell C6100 chassis with 3 nodes. The workload…Read More
We are excited to announce that VMware vRealize Operations for Horizon and Published Applications 6.4 has reached general availability! This latest version includes many new features that benefit VMware Horizon 7 and Citrix customers. The post VMware vRealize Operations for Horizon and Published Applications 6.4, Part 1: What’s New appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog .
The VMware Learning Zone video library added several new videos last month, including a new series on meeting the compute SLA. These videos are now fully available to all Premium and Standard subscribers to the VMware Learning Zone. Meeting the vStorage SLA Series by Paul McSharry Walkthrough: vStorage CLI and Demonstration: explains vStorage CLI and […] The post Videos on Storage and Compute SLAs and more now in the Learning Zone appeared first on VMware Education and Certification Blog .
I’ve been rolling out quite a few vRealize Network Insight deployments (labs, Proof-of-Concepts) and while the installation of NI is a cake walk (see automated installer here), add the data…Posted in Scripting by Martijn Smit Leave A Comment The post vRealize Network Insight Bulk Import of Data Sources appeared first on VMGuru .
VMware recently announced that customer adoption of its Virtual SAN is continuing to grow, now topping 5,500. On top of adding customers, VMware has pointed out that the updated branding of their Virtual SAN product is vSAN similar to vSphere.
OpenStack Neutron defines two major types of networks- tenant networks and provider networks. OpenStack administrators must decide what their Neutron network deployment strategy will leverage- tenant networks, provider networks or some combination of the two. This session will describe the unique challenges presented by tenant networks in the private cloud context and will build an argument for why shared provider networks may provide the best Neutron network deployment strategy for enterprise private clouds. This session will also discuss the rationale behind the assertion that network security is now orthogonal to network topology (which if true, is a significant factor leading to the viability of shared provider networks).
Our monthly webcasts always generate excellent questions from the audience. And when Francis Daly (one of our Staff Technical Training Specialists who trains VMware’s technical staff on all things storage) delivered Virtual SAN Troubleshooting a few weeks ago the questions were outstanding. We pulled a few of the questions below, and you can read the […] The post Common vSAN Troubleshooting Questions Answered appeared first on VMware Education and Certification Blog .
Not all data centers are created equal. Oh sure we believe NSX is the greatest thing since cornbread and chicken. The reality is any product that goes into your data center must be able to increase your efficiency while decreasing your overhead. Join Jimmy Ray Purser as he explains how the NSX Pre-Assessment tool works and how you can justify the need or not for moving towards a Software Defined Data Center. All without having to purchase a single thing! Free is good right?