This guide offers a tour of Horizon 7, how the Citrix components map to a Horizon 7 deployment, and the steps to get you started in evaluating Horizon 7. The post Announcing the Introduction to VMware Horizon 7 for Citrix Administrators appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog .
This post is intended to address the VCAP design objective around determining risks, requirements, constraints and assumptions. At the time of writing, the required ‘Skills and Abilities’ listed by VMware for this topic are:
So we have vROps 6.6 working and now we want Log Insight to be connected to it. That means we can open Log Insight from within vROps and have a filter built that excludes everything but for the object I … Read more ›
Some weeks ago we had a major issue in one of our Windows Production vCenter 6.0 update 3. vCenter service was stopping after some minutes. It could be online for 5m, or 40m, or even 1h, then just stop.Spend a lot of hours trying to troubleshoot the issue without finding any reason why the service
Yesterday I tweeted out the warning message about the HT bug of Skylake and Kaby Lake processors posted on debian.org. https://lists.debian.org/debian-devel/2017/06/msg00308.html My tweet got a LOT of retweets. A lot replied with concerns about their systems. I believe most Data Centers will not suffer from this bug as it is… The post Why the Recent Reported Intel HT Bug is Not in Your Data Center appeared first on frankdenneman.nl .
A few years back I had showed how you could create and host your own 3rd Party vSphere Content Library which allows customers to decouple their content from the underlying vSphere environment and centralizing their content and making it available to number of vCenter Servers by simply just having an HTTP(s) endpoint. The other huge benefit is being […]
Learn how selective note taking, strategic placement for questions, and synopsis details can help improve your VMworld experience! The post Getting the Most Value out of VMworld Technical Sessions appeared first on Wahl Network .
A major ransomware attack has brought businesses to a close throughout Europe, in an infection reminiscent of last month’s WannaCry attack. The most severe damage is being reported by Ukrainian…Read More
With the release of latest vRealize Operations Manager 6.6 there are many new features which came along with it. Now customer can get more OOTB functionalities which were not available in its earlier releases. Some of the new features available in 6.6 version are: Simplified usability and faster time to value capabilities: New HTML5 user…Read More
I was thinking yesterday, I have a script that I run on a monthly basis to backup my vDS configs… Shouldn’t I also have something that does the same for my DRS rules? So, I wrote a script that I can schedule to run on a weekly/monthly basis to backup my DRS rules. I have multiple vCenter servers, so I used an array to connect to each one and then