Overview Remote Direct Memory Access (RDMA) is a revolutionary technology that enables host devices (devices connected over a network) to read and write data present in their main memory without the CPU’s and the operating system’s involvement. In a nutshell, computers connected over a network using a particular type of network card can bypass remote system processors and The post The fast lane for data transfer :– Para-Virtual RDMA(PVRDMA) support for native endpoints. appeared first on…Read More
Now that you have Raspberry Pi (rPI) OS running as a VM on ESXi-Arm, the next thing you will probably want to install is VMware Tools, especially useful to see the IP Address of your Guest if you are using DHCP and for enabling guest “soft” shutdown using the vSphere UI. Below are the instructions […]
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Today, I am happy to announce that VMware has closed its acquisition of SaltStack. I want to officially welcome the SaltStack team led by Marc Chenn and Tom Hatch to the Cloud Management team at VMware.
With the VMConAWS 1.12 rollout came a significant enhancement to the already impressive i3en.metal host. With this latest update, we have increased the usable capacity for any i3en clusters by enabling Compression-Only within vSAN. Existing customers will see improvements in real-time as SRE […]
It’s no secret that delivering a quality user experience is top of mind for today’s IT pros. But your environment is changing. Traditional networking approaches are inefficient, expensive, and hard to scale in an increasingly cloud-based world. Today’s applications and infrastructure environments are more diverse than ever. They may be distributed across data centers and The post See More, Manage Better Across SD-WAN, Data Center, and Cloud appeared first on VeloCloud by VMware.
PowerCLI 12.1 includes new and enhanced cmdlets for managing Elastic DRS, adding and removing hosts to a specific cluster in an SDDC, support for stretched clusters, and access to vCenter credentials through an SDDC object property. The post New Capabilities in PowerCLI 12.1 for VMware Cloud on AWS appeared first on VMware PowerCLI Blog.
VMware is pleased to announce the next entrant in the recently created Global Partner Appliance category, Lenovo ThinkAgile VX Series. VMware vSAN has the industry’s largest HCI ecosystem, and recently introduced a new category, the Global Partner Appliance, to recognize partners that have added value on top of their ReadyNodes, or jointly-certified servers. Lenovo ThinkAgile The post Announcing the Release of Lenovo ThinkAgile VX Series, a VMware Global Partner Appliance appeared first on…Read More
We are incredibly excited to announce the availability of vRealize Network Insight 6.0, as of today. The announcement blog has a high-level overview of the new capabilities, and we’ll take you on a deep dive into the technical features in this post. Buckle up; it’s going to be a wild ride.
After sharing a sneak peak of my updated vSphere with Tanzu Automated Lab Deployment script on Twitter, I have been receiving non-stop requests on when the script will be available. It took a bit longer to finish off the documentation, creating the script was actually the easy part 😛 In any […]
What an exciting past couple of weeks we had with VMworld announcements and contents. Now, we bring PowerCLI 12.1 release with some of the notable enhancements concerning vSphere. We have now introduced new cmdlets for managing- vSphere Lifecycle Manager (vLCM) Cloud-Native Storage Volumes (CNS volumes) vSAN secure disk wipe vVOL Storage containers Workload Management Clusters Also, The post New Release PowerCLI 12.1- vLCM Enhancements appeared first on VMware PowerCLI Blog.
For troubleshooting your vSphere with Tanzu environment, you may have a need to SSH to the Control Plane of your Tanzu Kubernetes Grid (TKG) Cluster. This was something I had to do to verify some basic network connectivity. At a high level, we need to login to our Supervisor Cluster and retrieve […]
vSAN 7 Update 1 incorporates additional protection against data loss by introducing enhanced durability during maintenance operations. This new method helps storing the incremental data writes in case an unexpected host failure occurs within your cluster while a host is in maintenance mode.
Recently VMware announced VMware vSphere 7 Update 1, which introduces not only vSphere with Tanzu, the fastest way to get started with Kubernetes workloads and modernize customers’ application infrastructure, but also vastly increases VM capabilities to scale up to 24 TB of memory and 768 vCPUs …Read More
Last month, VMware announced the forthcoming availability of VMware vSphere 7 Update 1 with general availability on October 6. We worked with SAP to support SAP NetWeaver and SAP HANA workloads for vSphere 7.0 U1 based on our vSphere 7.0 validation and support statements and are happy to […]
Recently I got chance to Upgrade vRealize Automation 8.1 to 8.2 version in my test environment and it was a great learning while upgrading. I will share my experience through series of blog posts so that it can help audience to upgrade vRealize Automation 8.2.
In vSphere 7.0 Update 1, a new capability was introduced called the vCenter Cluster Services (vCLS) which provides a new framework for decoupling and managing distributing control plane services for vSphere. To learn more, I highly recommend the detailed blog post linked above by Niels. In […]