vSphere 6.5 Update 1 came along with a lot of fixes and a lot of new functionality was added as well as discussed in my previous post, titled vSAN VUM Integration. In this post, we will be looking the at the enhancements and new supported functionality that has been added to the HTML5 vSphere Client. For […] The post vSphere 6.5 Update 1 – Improvements in HTML5 vSphere Client appeared first on Enterprise Daddy .
Advertise here with BSA vSphere 6.5 U1 was released last night. It has some cool new functionality in there as part of vSAN 6.6.1 (I can’t wait for vSAN 6.6.6 to ship ;-)). There are a lot of fixes of course in 6.6.1 and U1, but as stated, there’s also new functionality: VMware vSphere Update Manager (VUM) integration Storage […] ” vSphere 6.5 U1 is out… and it comes with vSAN 6.6.1 ” originally appeared on Yellow-Bricks.com . Follow me on twitter – @DuncanYB.
The “vSAN 6.6 RVC Guide” series explains how to manage your VMware Virtual SAN environment with the Ruby vSphere Console. RVC is an interactive command line tool to control and automate your platform. If you are new to RVC, make sure … Read more »
Hardening and Compliance for vSphere For some time now vRealize Operations has been able to check the vSphere environment against VMware’s vSphere Hardening Guidelines – vRealize Operations vSphere Hardening. More and more organizations have the need to meet certain regulatory requirements, namely PCI-DSS, HIPAA, and others. With the recent release of vRealize Operations 6.6 The post PCI-DSS & HIPAA compliance with vRealize Operations appeared first on VMware Cloud Management .
Yesterday was a big day on the release front. A lot of vSphere and related products received updates. I must admit I was pleasantly surprised by the large number of fixes in the various products and components. If you look at the release notes it… The post New releases, updates for vSphere and related appeared first on VMGuru .
I’m excited to announce that vSphere 6.5 Update 1 is now available and it has some great enhancements. While we have seen 5 patch releases so far, 6.5 Update 1 rolls all of those updates together as well as includes some long awaited functionality. Without further ado, let’s take a look under the hood of The post vSphere 6.5 Update 1 – Under the Hood appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog .
Advertise here with BSA I had this question a couple of times the past month so I figured I would write a quick post. The question that was asked is: Can I have an unbalanced stretched cluster? In other words: Can I have 6 hosts in Site A and 4 hosts in site B when using vSAN Stretched Cluster […] ” Unbalanced Stretched vSAN Cluster ” originally appeared on Yellow-Bricks.com . Follow me on twitter – @DuncanYB.
VMware maintains the industry’s strongest ecosystem, and as a result, has positioned vSphere and vSAN to take advantage of new hardware technologies as they come to market. This is a big win for our users, especially those with environments powered by vSphere and vSAN. New advancements with RDMA over Converged Ethernet, persistent memory technologies, and The post A closer look at performance improvements in vSAN 6.6 appeared first on Virtual Blocks .
() VMworld 2017 is around the corner; I’ve just booked the travel and look forward to another year of learning, cultivating relationships and kicking off new reviews. We’re getting busy with vSAN content in the lab again, which reminded me to check out the vSAN specific sessions at VMworld this year.
vRealize Log Insight for vCenter is a fantastic utility on all on its own. However, when you combine it with the power of vSphere with Operations Management you really get some fireworks! Alerting is one of the areas where this dynamic combination shines. This happens to be because of Log Insight’s ability to take any query The post Integrating Log Insight Alerts into vSphere with Operations Management appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog .
What is the best way to start a long conference day at #VMworld Barcelona? Correct – with a #vBreakfast! Join us on Tuesday, September 12 from 7:00 am to 8:30 am for #vBreakfast in the friendly Restaurant La Vid really close to… Read more Der Beitrag Join us for #vBreakfast at VMworld 2017 Barcelona erschien zuerst auf All about virtualization .
A question came up the other day on how versioning is handled when using the vSphere Content Library feature and specifically when you update an existing VM template that already exists in the Content Library (CL, which I will be using throughout the article). Having used CL since vSphere 6.0 which I have also written […]
Sorry the title is a bit of a mouthful. I have written some posts on iSCSI in the past, around setup: Setting up iSCSI with VMware ESXi and the FlashArray Configuring iSCSI CHAP in VMware with the FlashArray Another look at ESXi iSCSI Multipathing (or a Lack Thereof) These have been on various parts, but … Continue reading Setting up Software iSCSI Multipathing with Distributed vSwitches with the vSphere Web Client →