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I had an interesting question this morning asking whether it was possible to add a vTPM (Virtual Trusted Platform Module) to a Nested ESXi VM? The user was interested in testing a particular scenario with the new vSphere Trust Authority feature that was introduced in the vSphere 7.0. […]
VMware has released new versions of the Tunnel application for Windows and macOS. The VMware Workspace ONE Tunnel 3.0 for Windows and VMware Workspace ONE Tunnel 22.05 for macOS now supports Standalone Enrollment without Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub or any device management.
In a previous post, I covered the concept of transitivity in networking – but in Layer 2 (Ethernet) land, transitivity is critically important to understanding how VMware’s Virtual Distributed Switch (vDS) works. The statement “VMware’s Virtual Distributed Switch is not a switch” seems […]
This post continues to build on some of the other work already done on vSphere with Tanzu and NSX-T. In previous posts, we’ve seen how to setup NSX-T so it can be used by vSphere with Tanzu. The steps to install NSX-T Manager and prepare ESXi hosts was looked at in part 1. We saw how […]
The VMware Communities team is back in person this year at VMware Explore! The vBrownBag crew will also be in attendance producing TechTalks at the Community booth throughout the event. The great news is that you still have some time to sign up to be a speaker for one of these educational […]
We last discussed vROps Clustering almost two years ago, it’s time for an update! You can build a vROps Cluster several different ways: Stand-Alone, Highly Available (HA), or Continuously Available (CA). Let’s start with the base option, Stand-alone options look like this. Single Primary Node […]
In this blog post, we will be taking a look at VMware’s fling, Imager. The tool provides means to automatically create Windows 10 golden Images or VMs from Windows 10 installation ISO. This would be a really interesting and useful tool for horizon or other VDI admins. This fling needs to be run [..]
Above mind map is based on the online Migration Coordinator Guide for NSX-T version 3.2 Brief about the methods: User defined Topology: This got introduced in version 3.2 and has two modes: Complete migration: which does not need additional hardware and will migrate NSX-V edges, DLRs, hosts and [..]
Yes, we’ve mentioned it a few times already on Twitter that we were working on it, but today Cormac and I are proud to announce that the VMware vSAN 7.0 U3 Deep Dive is available via Amazon on both ebook as well as paper! We had the pleasure of […]
Virtual machines have been part of our infrastructure for decades. They evolved from simple time-sharing of multiple users using the same hardware to complex hypervisors that can emulate completely virtual hardware. Nowadays hundreds of VMs can run on the same host. Each of them running […]
RIP to VMworld, hello VMware Explore. Now that in person events are starting to make a come back, VMware recently announced some news regarding VMworld. VMworld is no more as it has been replaced by VMware Explore. In this post I wanted to recount my past experiences at VMworld 2018, […]
The VMware Event Broker Application (VEBA) is a popular VMware Event-Driven Automation solution that can be consumed using either the open source or commercial offering from VMware. The commercial offering of VEBA is already available to customers today via our Tanzu Application Platform (TAP) […]
vCenter Server can be backed up using two methods today; image-based (VM backup) and file-based backup built into the vCenter Server itself. In this blog, we will answer the question; why use file-based backups versus image-based backups when it comes to vCenter Server?