Since I started to work with vRealize Operations (vROps) I was amazed by its flexible architecture: by means of a single virtual appliance you can deploy scale-out, high availability and even business continuity deployments. It is extremely flexible as it is suitable for any kind of environment [..]
I got this question on the VMTN forum this week: Does the Native Key Provider require a host to have a TPM? (Trusted Platform Module) The documentation does discuss the use of TPM 2.0 when you enable the Native Key Provider. Let’s be clear, the vCenter Server Native Key Provider does not require […]
Our friends at EasyVirt have released a new product called DC NetScope for VMware vSphere. As you can imagine from the title, the product allows you to visualize network traffic flowing inside your vSphere environment. […]
Speed and agility. Reduced costs and improved performance. Increased productivity, greater resiliency, and operational efficiency. And, of course, improved security. Today’s organizations are challenged to deliver more than ever, be prepared for the unexpected, and operate at the highest levels to deliver business results. There’s a lot at stake when making technological decisions, and VMware … Continued The post Dell and VMware: Moving Forward Together appeared first on Power of Partnership.
As teased back in January, Intel has been working on a new Intel NUC … 1st native 10GbE Intel NUC! 🐉 🥳🤐🤫 pic.twitter.com/E4lyeaFhpU — William Lam (@lamw) January 11, 2022 Today, Intel has officially launched one of their new 12th generation Intel NUCs called the Intel NUC 12 Extreme formally code named Dragon Canyon. Some […]
At VMworld, we announced the next-generation hybrid DaaS architecture of VMware Horizon, which will eventually become the single platform on which all Horizon environments are built, regardless of whether they run natively in the cloud or on VMware SDDC. This next-gen platform leverages a new concept called the Horizon Edge that moves most of the … Continued The post VMware Horizon Next-Generation: Now in Limited Availability! appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog.
Recent events have changed the way we work, live, and breathe. Organizations had to adjust operationally, pivot the workforce to remote, and embrace the digital workspace. Employees purchased home office essentials such as ergonomic chairs, stand-up adjustable desks, monitors, and others to build a comfortable work from home environment. What will make or break the … Continued The post New eBook: 7 Must-Haves for Employees to Work From Anywhere appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog.
Adding and securing Windows bare metal servers using NSX-T 3.2 Starting NSX-T 3.0, NSX users can add and secure physical servers (Windows and Linux) using NSX. NIC teaming (LAG) on Windows servers just works fine, however under NSX-T 3.2 it says that this is not supported, so if you need to […]
While Cascade Lake 8-socket wide 12 TB VMs with vSphere (ESXi) 7.0 U2/U3 are supported since October 2021, VMware removed the ESXi 7.0 U3 release from our Product Downloads site in November 2021 since select customers had encountered issues while upgrading their environments to the ESXi 7 U3 […]
Regular readers will have seen a number of articles on this site which use the Tanzu command line to create and delete TKGm clusters. TKGm is the nomenclature that I am using to describe multi-cloud TKG clusters (also known as standalone TKG clusters) that can be deployed onto numerous […]
Thousands of customers trust VMware Technical Account Management Services to accelerate time to value, optimize operations and keep pace with technology innovation. Technical Account Managers (TAMs) who deliver services rely upon Health Check Reports and insights gathered by VMware Skyline to […]
With the release of VMware Cloud Foundation 4.4, we now support 2-node clusters. The requirements are as follows:• vSphere Lifecycle Management Images must be used. vLCM Baseline mode is not supported. • Principal storage must be one of the following: VMFS on FC, vVol or NFS. vSAN is not […]
It’s bug time again …. For anyone setting up NTA on their shiny new NSX-T 3.2 deployment you may have hit a situation where everything goes “pete tong”, as us Brits like to say, when you enable the NTA Detectors. Well it’s down to two specific detectors using the wrong docker registries: […]
As we know by now, performing a vCenter upgrade to version 7.0 U3c will trigger a new pre-check before vCenter is updated. This pre-check will attempt to identify if your hosts can cause conflict due to the i40enu driver known as the “dual i40en driver conflicts”. […]
It’s since some time that I’m working on a complex NSX-V to NSX-T migration and one of the fundamental phases of this migration is to prepare and remediate the current NSX-V environment in order to be correctly migrated to NSX-T. […]
Following the last blog post on create vSphere Port Groups, let’s take a look at creating Tags and Tag Categories. Let’s first look at the process via the GUI, in this case, the vSphere Client. (Based on vSphere 7.0.3c) vSphere Client I wont go into to much detail here as this information is […]