A new paper shows that paravirtual RDMA (PVRDMA) is a viable option for using vSphere remote direct memory access (RDMA) in vSphere for virtualized high performance computing (HPC) instead of the usual use of PCI passthrough (also known as vSphere DirectPath I/O), which doesn’t let you use […]
While we’re slowly getting used to 2022, it’s already time for another vRealize Network Insight and vRealize Network Insight Cloud release! This release is a big one, packed with some major features and a ton of smaller ones. I’ve cherry-picked a few for you below. Let’s dive into the details! Guided Network Troubleshooting Troubleshooting network … Continued The post Now Available: vRealize Network Insight 6.5 appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.
Today, We have released PowerCLI 12.5 and with this, we are continuing to expand our cmdlet coverage to various VMware products and solutions. Below are some of the key highlights out of this release- Release Highlights New cmdlets to support the appliance service management Support for Encrypted vMotion Support for CPU and Memory hot add/remove … Continued The post PowerCLI 12.5 – What’s New appeared first on VMware PowerCLI Blog.
Critical vulnerabilities in Apache Log4j identified by CVE-2021-44228 and CVE-2021-45046 have been publicly disclosed which impact VMware products. On this episode of Virtually Speaking, we welcome Bob Plankers to share what you need to know about Apache Log4j.
You Wouldn’t Try to Combine Self-Driving Technology and a Manual Shift Car Many people see Tesla as the future of driving. Tesla cars come standard with software-enabled autopilot features and full self-driving (FSD) capabilities in beta that continue to improve through over-the-air software […]
Since it’s early January, it’s the season where everyone makes predictions about the upcoming year. At VMware EUC, we decided to share some of our predictions too, but not in a “pie in the sky” non-relevant way. More like, “If you’re an EUC professional, here are 11 trends we think are going […]
As we ring in the new year, VMware leaders share their 2022 technology predictions. Learn more about their views on: ➡️ Cloud ☁️ ➡️ Security 🔒 ➡️ Apps 👩💻 ➡️ Anywhere Workspace 💻 ➡️ Enterprise Blockchain ⛓️
The VMware Ports and Protocols tool compiles a complete list of all ports and protocols used by VMware products and versions. When deploying multiple VMware products, you no longer have to hunt for ports data for different products in different places. You can easily create a dynamic list […]
Couple of years ago I worked with VMware Sales team and my awesome ex-colleagues in Citrus Consulting on a potential opportunity that time for VMware Cloud on AWS. I’m saying potential that time because we were successfully able to convert that opportunity into VMC on AWS client. VMC was […]
With the release of vROPS 8.6, creating alert definitions is easier than ever before. With the new addition of being able to configure “Conditions” into the Alert itself, there is not much of a need to create Symptom definitions anymore […]
I recently came across an issue with creating subscribed VMware Content Libraries, and deploying templates from a Content Library. An error similar to the one below, would be received when attempting to deploy a VM template or OVF from a Content Library, or an error related to connection issues [..]
In this post, we will look at how we can use the VMware vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager (vRSLCM) API to complete Day 2 Operations in vRSLCM to manage access to our My VMware account so we can access licenses, download Products Binaries and consume Marketplace content.
In the previous post, we created a PVC. Lets proceed with the next steps. 1.) Create a Pod The next step is to create a k8s pod which we will attach to our PVC. Use VI to create the pod.yaml file: ice@tanzu-jumpsrvr01:~$ cat pv-pod.yaml apiVersion: v1 kind: Pod metadata: name: test-pv-pod spec: [..]
KB Article: This article only encompasses environments running vSphere and the VMware Horizon Suite of End User Computing (EUC) products. This includes: -vSphere (vCenter Server and ESXi); -Horizon; […]
You did it! You studied hard, finished the exam in the allotted time limit, hit submit and PASS popped up on your screen.* Victory dance commence! As you bask in your success, you may be curious as to your actual score. Regardless of the certification exam, final scores are reported on a 100 […]
KB Article: Managing the Tasks, Events and Statistics stored in vCenter Server database is a common responsibility of the VMware Administrator. In this KB we will use scripts to help with this operation and keep vCenter Server’s database healthy.
With network virtualization via VMware NSX, University Hospital Essen manages the balancing act between innovation pressure from researchers and doctors, and the high security requirements that make network views clearer and allow firewalls to be controlled more efficiently.
The University hospital Essen (UME) struggled with the need to implement smart services and protect highly sensitive patient data from cyber-attacks. By adopting VMware Cloud Foundation ™ with Tanzu and VMware NSX®, their data center is not only more efficient, flexible, and scalable, with improved security and failsafe features guaranteed, but capable of innovative app development as well. NSX Data Center,vRealize Network Insight,Tanzu Kubernetes Grid,VMware Cloud Foundation,Workspace ONE Anywhere Workspace,App Modernization,Multi-Cloud Kubernetes,Data Center Modernization,Multi-Cloud,Scale on Demand,Virtual Cloud Network,Employee Experience,Hybrid Cloud
When most of us think about getting a technical certification, one of the first questions we have is what area of technology we want to be certified in. But a quick follow-up question will likely be where to get the certification. For a virtualization certification, VMware is an excellent bet. […]