vSphere 7 is VMware’s biggest set of innovations since the launch of ESXi. With all the excitement around this new generation of vSphere and the app modernization solutions we felt our loyal vSphere users deserve an event just for themselves! With the help of the hosts from siliconANGLE’s theCUBE, we’ve brought together vSphere engineering executives, The post Join us for the vSphere 7 Launch Event! appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
After working some months with my upgrade Apple Mac Pro Workstation from Stage XXVIII: Workstation 5K it was time to upgrade again…. I really love that machine, working with the two 5K displays and the 10GbE Thunderbolt connection is superb, but, you know me…. There are some tuning options …Read More
Along with the announcement of VMware vRealize Operations 8.0, we are also introducing a new … The post Announcing VMware vRealize Operations Cloud: AI/ML Based Monitoring as a Service appeared first on VMware Cloud Community.
Advertise here with BSA I have been playing around with vSphere / vSAN 7.0 the past week or so. Today I configured vSphere Replication between two vCenter Server instances with vSphere / vSAN 7.0. I wanted to check out the enhancements that were introduced in the UI. Although they are …Read More
Did you know that you can request a meeting with the Engagement Helpdesk for one-on-one VMware marketing campaign consultation for any of the campaigns that are available through VMware Partner Demand Center? Visit the Partner Demand Center and click on ‘Contact Us’ in the ‘Need Assistance’ section. If you have any issues, contact the Partner […] The post Need Assistance With Your VMware Marketing Campaign? appeared first on Partner News.
I am using servers from nearly every single vendor inside my HomeLab/HomeDC. Except one: Fujitsu. Time to change that…. After the Stage XXX: Massive Expansion I had enough physical rack space available. I was able to get 2 x Fujitsu RX2540M2 Server systems from a good friend for my setup. Each …Read More
After completing the last part: HomeLab Stage XXIX: 40GbE it was time for something new. I decided to massivly expand my HomeLab / HomeDC. At this time, my HomeLab consists of 2 racks, one with 42U inside DC1 and an 25U inside DC2. I was able to get a 42U IBM Enterprise Rack from a friend, who …Read More
As many of you may already know, VMware just released the VMware Appliance for Folding @ Home Fling last week and you can check out this blog post A Force for Good: VMware Appliance for Folding @ Home by Amanda Blevins for all the details. For those new to F@H and wish to participate, the […]
When we announced VMware vSphere 7 we promised that we’d keep blogging and making videos about vSphere 7 into May. We aren’t lying. Here’s a rundown of what came out last week in case you missed it. On deck this week: Bob with Identity Federation, Niels with DRS improvements, Mike on vSphere with Kubernetes concepts, The post vSphere 7 – Launch Recap & Links, Week 2 appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
On this vCommunity Podcast, we will be covering: – Intro, news and status updates for the community. 5 minutes – 5 Bob Plankers Guest – vSphere 7.0 General Summary, a big bucket list of new features – There is a lot more in vSphere 7.0 the just Kubernetes: vCenter profiles that allow consistent vCenter configurations vCenter greater scalability to support more VM’s and hosts vCenter Update Planner to make upgrading easier vSphere Lifecycle Manager that includes host firmware management Improved DRS that is workload focused on scalable shares Assignable hardware direct to VMs vMotion improvements including reduced stun time and memory copy optimizations VM hardware v17 with a new watchdog timer feature that can monitor the OS Precision…Read More
At VMware, our EPIC2 values are a core component of who we are. We manifest our values in all aspects of our work and through being a Force for Good in our communities. When I initially read an article about Folding@Home and the project’s impact in helping researchers find treatments for diseases…Read More
With the recent announcement of vSphere 7 it is an exciting time for vCenter Server 7 as well. In particular, migration & upgrade workflows have undergone a number of changes to help simplify them, making it easier to patch and move to new versions as part of the life cycle of vSphere: vCenter Server 7 The post vSphere 7 – vCenter Server 7 Migration & Upgrades appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
I’ve received several questions lately on what happens to a VM’s Managed Object Reference (MoRef) ID and InstanceUUID when it’s migrated across different vCenter Servers using VMware HCX. This information is essential for anything being used to identify VMs, such as provisioning systems, CMDBs, ticketing systems, and backup solutions are examples of tooling using this […] The post Uniquely Identifying Virtual Machines In VMware HCX appeared first on emadyounis.com.
Steve Tilkens (@stevetilkens) demonstrates the vCenter Event Broker Appliance VMware Fling. The vCenter Event Broker Appliance (VEBA) enables customers to easily create event-driven automation based on vCenter Server Events. For example, VEBA can drive basic workflows like automatically attaching…Read More
VMware vCloud Availability version 3.5 now certifies support for migration of legacy vSphere 5.5 customers to your cloud, best of all migration of workloads is free. Learn how you can migrate your legacy customers using these new videos: vCloud Availability Legacy Migration: Environment Setup and Initial Pairing vCloud Availability Legacy Migration: Cloud Usage and Initial […] The post Need Help Migrating Your Legacy vSphere Customers to Your Cloud? appeared first on Partner News.
This blog is authored by Josh Spencer with Rick Terlap and is the eighth blog of our business continuity series. Want to learn more after this blog? In the latest episode of the Digital Workspace Tech Zone Podcast, Roger Deane talks with Rick Terlep, Josh Spencer, Andreano Lanusse and Josue Negron about how EUC products can […] The post Maintaining Business Continuity in Challenging Times appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog.