“End of Support for vSphere 5.0 & vSphere 5.1” via Virtual Valley
I was looking through the recent docs in the VMware KB and noticed one describing the end of availability of vSphere 5.1. This led me to VMware’s product
[Webcast] How Best to Run, Manage, Optimize and Future-Proof your Virtualized Data Center
Explore the benefits of vSphere with Operations Management, a platform that manages your entire vSphere environment from one place, in our free, expert-led webcast on 7/21. Sign up now.
How can a vSphere Distributed Switch improve your networking experience?
Tools like the vSphere Distributed Switch help numb the pain of networking by introducing robust network features and aggregating virtual switches into a single distributed switch.
Lab test: vSphere Fault Tolerance performance impact
Triggered by some feedback on the VMware reddit channel, I was wondering what is holding us back in adopting the vSphere Fault Tolerance (FT) feature. Comments on Reddit stated that although the increased availability is desirable, the performance impact is holding them back to actually use it in production environments. Use cases for FT could be, The post Lab test: vSphere Fault Tolerance performance impact appeared first on Cloudfix .
VMware’s NSX, VSAN Sales Surge In Q2, CEO Gelsinger Bullish On Dell-EMC Deal Impact
VMware is seeing strong momentum as sales of its software-defined data center technologies overtake sales of older computing-based technologies such as ESX and vSphere, and as sales through Dell and non-Dell OEMs continue to grow.
Now Available: iOS 10 & macOS Sierra Public Betas
Last week, Apple released public betas of its highly anticipated operating system (OS) updates: iOS 10 and macOS Sierra. Available through the Apple Beta Software Program, each public beta comes with a built-in Feedback Assistant to provide feedback to Apple. VMware AirWatch is working to support the new features in Apple iOS 10 and macOS […]
Let’s Virtualize: Back to Basics – Part 11 Distributed Switches
In our couple of blog post related to Back to Basics Series we discussed about Virtual Machine Files (Part1), Standard Switches (Part2), vCenter Server (Part 3),Templates (Part4) vApp (Part 5), Migration (Part 6),Cloning (Part 7), Host Profiles (Part 8), Virtual VolumesAKA VVOL’s (Part 9) Fault Tolerance (Part10) and we also discussed about the various tasks related to building Home Lab Part1, Part 2, Part 3,Part 4 and Part 5.
How To : Customize the vSphere Login UI 6.0 U2 whenever you want (via VMwareMinds)
Hello All, Today I am sharing info for how to change the Login UI of your vCenter 6.0 U2. As this info is Already shared by William Lam in his blog. Thanks to him for introducing such wonderful inf…Read More
Free Elearning: Hyper-Converged Infrastructure and VMware Software-defined Storage Fundamentals
This free, self-paced eLearning course overviews Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (HCI) and VMware software-defined storage (SDS…Read More
Container Volumes in VIC v0.4.0–cormachogan
I mentioned yesterday that VMware made vSphere Integrated Containers (VIC) v0.4.0 available. Included in this version is support for container volumes. Now, as mentioned yesterday, VIC is still a work in progress, and not everything has yet been implemented.
Free e-learning course – VMware vRealize Operations Manager Fundamentals [V6.2]
This free e-learning course demonstrates how VMware vRealize Operations Manager delivers intelligent operations management from applications to infrastructure across physical, virtual, and cloud environments. After completing the program, you should be able to: Explain how an analytics-based operational process addresses the challenges of IT operations Name the three main use cases for intelligent operations Describe how the architecture of vRealize Operations Manager supports scalability,…Read More
Take a tour of new vmware.com website
As when i accessed the VMware site today i experienced complete new VMware.com web page. Take a tour of new vmware.com website today. To experience it click on this link > http://www.vmware.com/in.html
4 New Courses: Horizon 7, VCP6-NV Exam Prep, HCI, and vRealize
In the last month VMware Education Services released three new courses designed to help you get the most value from your VMware investment. For more information about these or any of our other courses, or assistance developing a learning plan for yourself or your team, please contact the Education Specialist for your area. Horizon 7: Install, Configure, […] The post 4 New Courses: Horizon 7, VCP6-NV Exam Prep, HCI, and vRealize appeared first on VMware Education and Certification Blog .
Introducing VMware Verify Two-Factor Authentication
We’re excited to release VMware Verify, a brand new two-factor authentication (2FA) app for securing your digital workspace, available for free with VMware Identity Manager. Download the Verify app for iOS and Android. VMware Identity Manager (IDM) integrated with third-party 2FA solutions for a long time through RADIUS and SAML protocols. This allowed customers to leverage their existing […] The post Introducing VMware Verify Two-Factor Authentication appeared first on VMware End-User…Read More
Getting Started with vSphere Integrated Containers v0.4.0–cormachogan
I’ve been working very closely with our vSphere Integrated Container (VIC) team here at VMware recently, and am delighted to say that v0.4.0 is now available for download from GitHub. Of course, this is still not supported in production, and is still in tech preview. However for those of you interested, it gives you an opportunity to try it out and see the significant progress made by the team over the last couple of months. You can download it from bintray. This version of VIC is bringing us closer and closer to the original functionality of “Project Bonneville” for running containers as VMs (not in VMs) on vSphere. The docker API endpoint now provides almost identical functionality to running docker anywhere else, although there is…Read More
Introducing the vCenter Server Appliance 6.0 Reference Poster
As we talk to customers on a daily basis, there are many questions about the vCenter Server Appliance. We wanted to provide a quick reference to help answer questions and guide them. Introducing the vCenter Server Appliance 6.0 Reference Poster. The poster structure is to help guide not only new, but also existing deployments. Note: Download link to full The post Introducing the vCenter Server Appliance 6.0 Reference Poster appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog .
How to automate vSphere MOB operations using PowerShell? via virtuallyGhetto
A couple of weeks back I was investigating something that involved the use of the vSphere Managed Object Browser (MOB) and I needed to automate a particular operation. For those of you not familiar with the vSphere MOB, it is a UI debugging tool that allows you to visualize and invoke vSphere APIs using just a web browser. The vSphere MOB is available […]