Customers moving towards a model of non-persistent virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) realize the benefits of this approach over persistent VDI. For one, non-persistent VDI allows IT to easily set up pools of desktops that can revert back to an original state after being used, instead of having to manage each individual persistent desktop throughout its […] The post Managing Microsoft Office 365 in Non-Persistent VDI appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog .
File vs. Block, why choose one over the other with vSphere. They both have their pros and cons which has influenced decision making when it comes to picking your storage with vSphere but VVols has changed the game of how storage protocols interact with vSphere which may also impact your decision making. Let’s first look … Continue reading » [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
During the development of my automated NSX-T 2.0 lab deployment script, I had created several PowerCLI functions using the new NSX-T cmdlets and NSX-T APIs to help me test and troubleshoot. I finally got a chance to clean up the code as well as package them all up into an NSXT.psm1 module which hopefully can benefit others. For […]
Microsoft SQL Server has long been one of the most popular applications for running on vSphere virtual machines. Last year there was quite a bit of excitement when Microsoft announced they were bringing SQL Server to Linux. Over the last year Microsoft has had quite a bit of interest in SQL Server for Linux and it was […] The post Performance of SQL Server 2017 for Linux VMs on vSphere 6.5 appeared first on VMware VROOM! Blog .
The use of naming conventions in the data center can play an important part in operational efficiency. Naming conventions are most often used for devices such as hosts and switches, along with other entities such as VMs, virtual switches, and Microsoft Group Policy Objects. Choosing a consistent approach to naming can reduce time for change The post vSAN Operations: Storage Policy Naming Considerations appeared first on Virtual Blocks .
I need to create role for creating VM from definite template into definite folder with Guest OS Customization rules. If I deploy VM from template without customization VM is created successfully. If I deploy VM WITH customization I have an error.
The 10th generation of HP’s DL380 server is offering a greater performance for your vSphere environment. Fully equipped with 24 x 128 GB LRDIMM memory modules (two processors, each supports six memory channels with two memory modules per channel), it… Read more Der Beitrag BIOS Settings HP DL380 Gen10 for VMware vSphere ESXi erschien zuerst auf All about virtualization .
PowerNSX website relaunch With VMworld come and gone it was time to give some attention to PowerNSX usability. The website, powernsx.github.io contained a decent repository of snippets and examples of PowerNSX. It allowed users, in conjunction to the built in get-help to get started with PowerNSX. I decided to flesh out many of the examples […]
Introduction When Bob Dylan wrote back in the 60’s “times they are a-changin” it’s very possible he knew how true that would be today. Last week, we saw a few things announced in the container technology space during the DockerCon event in Copenhagen – but one thing that I believe came as a surprise to The post VMware NSX/Kubernetes and F5 – A Cloud Native App Integration appeared first on Network Virtualization .
This year at VMworld we had a special treat for our attendees with our Fusion 10th Anniversary Collector Box. Outside the box it says Fusion 10 all over, but with the box came a USB card that has you covered on all platforms: Workstation 14 Pro for Windows, Workstation 14 Pro for Linux and Fusion 10 Pro for […] The post Celebrate 10 Years on the Mac with this once-in-a-lifetime deal! appeared first on VMware Workstation Zealot .
This week we continue the Partner Perspective series with three great VMware Partners. This week we continue the Partner Perspective series with three great VMware Partners. Topics discussed Cohesity’s Rawlinson Rivera shares their solution for the recovery of a datacenter’s management stack. Veeam’s Anthony Spiteri and Michael Cade update us on Veeam Powered Network, and their The post vSpeaking Podcast Episode 60: Partner Perspectives appeared first on Virtual Blocks .