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A common request that I see come up from our field and customers is getting specific vSAN Ruby vSphere Console (RVC) commands to be made more generally available in other vSphere CLI/SDKs like PowerCLI for example. Funny enough, many folks do not realize that this functionality has been there since vSAN 6.2 and specifically with the […]
I’m super happy to announce that we are showing more progress in our quest for “Secure By Default” for ESXi and vCenter Server. This latest update is one that is near and dear to many of you who live and breath by the Hardening Guide (now called the Security Configuration Guide in 6.5) and its The post Secure By Default – VM.disable-unexposed-features appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog .
By Cody De Arkland, Senior Systems Engineer, SLED at VMware vSphere Integrated Containers (VIC) are changing the game of containers for VMware customers. The ability to consume VMware ESXi resources directly, leverage VMware’s best-in-class virtual machine (VM) management tools like vRealize Operations, and the ability to create segmented, multi-tenant ‘Docker enabled’ API endpoints are all The post The Best of Docker and the Best of VMware appeared first on Cloud-Native Apps .
Purpose: vRealize Operations Manager (vROps) is an absolutely amazing and must have tool for any virtualized datacenter. Out of the box (OOTB), it provides a lot of functionalities. Unlike custom dashboards and super metrics, REST API’s are less explored areas of vROps. For notifications, we typically use “Send an Email” as a notification option. The The post Learn all about vROps REST notifications and REST API’s in 60 minutes appeared first on VMware Cloud Management .
vvVirtual networking always takes a significant role in any VMware vSphere design, and even more so if you are leveraging IP-based storage like NAS or iSCSI. If using VMware’s vSAN product, I…Read More
vSAN 6.6 shipped earlier this year. It comes with a new on-disk format to support, among other things, data at rest encryption (also known as DARE). This is version 5 of the on-disk format. I’ve been asked this question a number of times over the past week, so I thought I would quickly write a […] The post Does enabling encryption on vSAN require on an-disk format change? appeared first on CormacHogan.com .
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SRM supports two different replication technologies, Storage Array or Array-Based Replication and vSphere Replication. One of the key decisions when implementing SRM is which technology to use and for what VMs. The two technologies can be used together in an SRM environment though not to protect the same VM. Given that, what are the differences The post SRM – Array Based Replication vs. vSphere Replication appeared first on Virtual Blocks .
Purpose: Few customers inquired about how they can collect metric values directly from vROps. They majorly wanted to get that information using REST API’s. I wrote another blog post detailing how you can do it. I wrote a python script to automatically collect metric values from vROps. This post provides details about that script. Where The post How to programmatically collect metric values from vROps appeared first on VMware Cloud Management .
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A while back I pulled out vROps from my lab due to disk space issues. Those are now solved thanks to Nexenta and it is time to bring vROps back to my lab. One of the reasons is that there is now a…Read More
At a customer I am working on the design of vRealize Log Insight. With the authentication objective we can choose from the sources local, Active Directory or VMware Identity Manager. In the latest release (4.5) it is clearly stated that authentication configuration of Active Directory directly from Log Insight is depreciated. And not only depreciated,…Read More
This blog is continuation from part-1.Part-1 provided an overview on vSAN Native Encryption. In this part, we will discuss use cases in context to managing encrypted vSAN cluster. Setting up domain of trust There are three parties involved in vSAN encryption – (1) KMS server (2) vCenter and (3) vSAN host or ESXi host Before The post The Code keepers:vSAN Native Encryption – part2 appeared first on Virtual Blocks .
Overview vSAN 6.6 introduces encryption for data at rest. This is industry’s first native Hyper-converged-infrastucture security solution and fundamentally game changing because all the crypto operations happen at the hypervisor layer. This vastly simplifies planning, procurement, provisioning and management of encrypted clusters while minimizing performance penalty. More about this later in the blog. Given the The post The Code Keepers:vSAN Native Encryption – Part 1 appeared first on…Read More