Advertise here with BSA I typically don’t do these short posts which simply point to a white paper, but I really liked this paper on the topic of VMware Horizon View and All-Flash VSAN. In the paper it is demonstrated how to build an all-flash VSAN cluster using Dell servers, SanDisk flash and Brocade switches. Definitely recommended read if […] “Horizon View and All-Flash VSAN” originally appeared on Yellow-Bricks.com. Follow me on twitter – @DuncanYB.
By Yaniv Weinberg, R&D Manager, VMware Mirage Product Engineering Explore with us how a large U.S. public-sector organization, with more than 10,000 endpoints spread across 400 low-bandwidth connectivity sites, used Mirage to meet the following challenges: Migrate the more than 10,000 Windows XP endpoints to Windows 7 by April 2014, when Microsoft standard support expired. […]
I found a great blog from our friends at Blue Medora on custom reports in vRealize Operations. Definitely worth a read: By Mike Langdon: Last month, VMware’s Cloud Management blog post showed you how to integrate discrete management packs with custom dashboards. Another key tool in the vRealize Operations utility belt is the reports system. While the core […]
NVMe is new standard which is slowly start to replace SAS/SATA by providing fastest/shortest/optimized data path. Associated to a software which does QoS at the VM level and supports VMware VVOLS, it gives you a quite powerful package. In fact all those features are present in the new storage array from NexGen Storage and we’ll […] Read the full post NexGen Storage is NVMe Ready with QoS at the VM level and VVOLs compatible at ESX Virtualization.
Hello everyone, welcome first series of NSX 6.1 installation and configuration with Best Practice. This series containevery steps involved for NSX deployment with screenshots. Since this installation is done in Lab environment we will try to include the all topics. We all know NSX is key component for SDDC. Its a software based platform that […]
VMware VCP6-DCV certification exam is kind of holy grail as it’s an exam you can’t fake. You have to know your stuff. Many folks alsoneed to re-certify after expiring their VCP 4 or VCP 5. For current VCP5-DCV holders it’s also possible to pass the VCP6-DCV delta exam, which has 45 questions only. Those study […] Read the full post VCP6-DCV Objective 9.1 – Configure Advanced vSphere HA Features at ESX Virtualization.
This is a repost from the EUC Blog. By Andy Morris, Sr. Product Line Marketing Manager, Horizon FLEX, End-User Computing, VMware Hi, I’m Andy from VMware. Today I’d like to show you something exciting from VMware that may not have made it on to your radar – remotely managed policies for Mac and Windows users! Back in […]
By now, I hope you’ve seen at least a few of our terrific VMware Cert Pros stories where certification holders from around the world share how certification has helped their career and give advice for anyone looking at VMware certification. This year at VMworld 2015 US in San Francisco, we’re giving you the opportunity to […]
Hello All, Today i came here with a task from which every administrator bang his head to complete even after knowing that it need to do again after next upgrade of vcenter/Esxi host. To ease this task vmware introduced and i believe you all know it very better “Vmware update manager”. So i am sharing the step by step procedure to achieve this task easily in no time. 😉
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By Stephane Asselin, Senior Architect, End-User-Computing Technical Enablement, VMware Customers are using VMware Horizon Air with great success to drive down the total cost of ownership (TCO) for desktops by providing their end users with a virtual desktop. A recent addition to Horizon Air is the inclusion of hosted applications, which means that users through […]
vCenter Server has become a mission critical part of most virtual infrastructures. It can be a single point of failure if it is not designed for availability. vCenter Server 6 has many changes relating to vCenter Server and its components and careful consideration has to be made in the design of its architecture. With the release of vSphere 6 and multi-CPU Fault Tolerance many customers asked if they could use it to protect vCenter Server. Initially this was unclear but now VMware has released the vCenter Server 6 Availability Guide which describes how different availability features, like vSphere FT, HA, vCenter Watchdog services and in guest clustering solutions, can be combined depending on customer requirements for availability….Read More