vSAN Quick Questions – How many disk groups in a vSAN host do I need?
How many disk groups in a vSAN host do I need? More information on VMware vSAN can be found out on https://core.vmware.com/vsan
vSAN Quick Questions – What type of cache device should I choose? SATA, SAS, or NVMe?
What type of cache device should I choose? SATA, SAS, or NVMe? More information on VMware vSAN can be found out on https://core.vmware.com/vsan
Workstation 16.2 Now Available
Extending the life of the existing product version, we’ve done a barrage of new testing with Windows 11 as both Host and Guest, and made some minor changes to accommodate the new OS. From a supportability perspective, we’re extending our “General Support” period until December 2022, meaning we […]
Fusion 12.2 Now Available
The Desktop Hypervisor team at VMware is happy to announce the release of the latest update to Fusion 12, with changes to support macOS Monterey hosts, fixes for some persistent bugs, as well as improvements to the security and management of Fusion at scale. To update, just select ‘Check for […]
VMware vSAN Automatic Rebalance vs. Proactive Rebalance
VMware vSAN’s Automatic Rebalance capacity is part of vSphere 7 U2. What is the difference between vSAN Automatic Rebalance and vSAN Proactive Rebalance? Storage usage higher than 80% triggers reactive rebalancing. A difference of 30% between vSAN capacity disks will trigger vSAN’s Proactive […]
VMworld 2021 Updates and Announcements
Introduction VMware CEO Raghu Raghuram opened VMworld 2021 by highlighting that “it’s no longer about a ‘cloud first’ approach—it’s about being ‘cloud smart’. Organisations should have the freedom to choose the ’right’ cloud, based on their strategic business goals.” To this end, “Multi-cloud is […]
The Best of VMworld 2021 – On Demand
The VMworld 2021 on-demand library is available for browsing. 👀 See what was unveiled, up-level your expertise, and start transforming your business today. If you missed this global experience, you can still access 900+ sessions, simulated labs, demo zones, and visionary keynotes that offer […]
VMware Innovation on Display at VMworld 2021
At VMworld this year, we laid out our multi-cloud, modern apps strategy. It represents a huge opportunity for VMware, our customers, and our partners. But there is a lot of work to do. As VMware’s new CTO, I’m really looking forward to diving into these opportunities to help VMware accelerate […]
Upgrade VMware ESXi to 7.0 U3 via command line
This is a quick VMware ESXi upgrade to ESXi 7.0 U3 via a command-line interface (CLI) that allows you to quickly download and upgrade your ESXi host in case you are NOT using a vCenter server AND your hosts are without internet access. Interesting fact […]
vSphere 7.0 Update 3: Adding Clone Operation to Advanced Cross vCenter Server vM…
After the success of the very popular Cross vCenter Workload Migration Utility, we introduced the Advanced Cross vCenter Server vMotion (XVM) feature in vSphere 7.0 Update 1c. The capability was baked into the vSphere Client and made it easy to migrate virtual workloads between vCenter Servers […]
NSX-T Manager Certificate Replacement
I decided it was time to add VMware NSX-T to my HomeLab. I had been putting it off for a while but I couldn’t avoid it any longer! Once I had fired up my NSX Manager Nodes and Cluster (I am using version 3.1), I looked to installing certificates. I choose to use a single […]
Fling: vSphere Alert Center
A new Fling is in town. Recently, a fling was released to fulfill the need of getting errors and critical alerts as a notification. When email exhaustion kicks in, it is not uncommon for administrators to start ignoring email alerts after receiving several thousand emails a day for transient issues. The new fling, vSphere Alert … Continued The post Fling: vSphere Alert Center appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
NSX-T Data Center Security 2021 Skills Badge
There is high demand for network and network security professionals in the IT industry. One way to differentiate yourself from other candidates and open career opportunities is by earning the VMware NSX-T Data Center Security 2021 Skills badge. The badge proves you have NSX-T Data Center security knowledge, skills and abilities. For those not familiar … Continued The post NSX-T Data Center Security 2021 Skills Badge appeared first on VMware Learning.
What’s New in vRealize Operations 8.6 Feature Walkthrough
The latest release of vRealize Operations is available today! vRealize Operations 8.6 is a BIG update for vRealize Operations and vRealize Operations Cloud. And we mean biiiiiiiiiiiiiiiig. This release introduces a newly redesigned UI which provides a more efficient experience throughout the product. We’ve also broadened our support for VMware Clouds, Public Clouds, and applications, … Continued The post What’s New in vRealize Operations 8.6 Feature Walkthrough appeared first on VMware Cloud…Read More
What’s New in vRealize Network Insight 6.4 and vRealize Network Insight Cloud?
It’s that time of the quarter again! No, we’re not putting pumpkin spice in our coffees, but we are putting some extra spice in vRealize Network Insight with version 6.4 – which is now generally available! What’s new, you ask? Well, let me walk you through the most significant features: NSX-T Federation With the network … Continued The post What’s New in vRealize Network Insight 6.4 and vRealize Network Insight Cloud? appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.
What’s New With vRealize Automation – October 2021
This month we’re announcing the release of new features focused on VMware Cloud Director integration, new SaltStack Config modules, ABX backed Custom Resources, and a Kubernetes workspace in Code Stream, to name a few. This blog provides technical highlights from the vRA 8.5.1 and 8.6 releases with many links to detailed blogs. Let’s dive in! … Continued The post What’s New With vRealize Automation – October 2021 appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.