It has been a while since I looked at Velero, our backup and restore product for Kubernetes cluster resources. This morning I noticed that the Velero team just published version 1.4. This article uses the previous version of Velero, version is v1.3.2. The version should not make a difference […]
In recently published benchmarks with VMware VMmark, we’ve seen lots of great results with the AMD EPYC 7002 Series (known as 2nd Gen EPYC, or “Rome”) by several of our partners. These results show how well a mixed workload environment with many virtual machines and infrastructure operations […]
Migrate from VMware NSX for vSphere to NSX-T with Minimal Downtime In order to help easily migrate from NSX for vSphere to NSX-T, with minimal downtime, the latest release of VMware NSX-T 3.0 introduces Maintenance Mode to NSX-T Migration Coordinator (a tool that has been built into NSX-T […]
In my previous post “DevOps: Where Are We and How Did We Get Here?” I attempted to define DevOps by examining its roots and mapping its exponential growth to digital transformation initiatives. In this post, we will look at some of the early adopters of DevOps practices and the successful […]
Advertise here with BSA It seems that Event Season has lifted off, and the virtual roadshow has really started. I can’t remember a point in time where I had this many events scheduled in a few months. Actually, I think I have more events scheduled in the upcoming 3 months than I had in the […]
We’ve reviewed and changed the lay-out for ESXi system storage partitions on its boot device. This is done to be more flexible, and to support other VMware, and 3rd party solutions. Prior to vSphere 7, the ESXi system storage lay-out had several limitations. The […]
In this blog post I’m going to dive into what makes up a “vSphere Pod”. If you read my previous blog on the vSphere Pod Service, I touched on the different components that make up the service. One of those components was the vSphere Pod itself. Let’s dive in! What is a vSphere Pod? It’s […]
After updating my homelab to the latest version I stumbled across a new feature which may not have that much attention it should have. The renamed Lifecycle Manager does have the ability to plan and precheck the vCenter server appliance update itself through an “Update Planner”. It also does […]
vSphere 7 is already here but are adding even more value to the platform. Are you running AI/ML (Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning workloads)? Let VMware show you how to create an optimized and efficient infrastructure for these workloads that leverages hardware accelerators like GPUs. We are very excited about this milestone. Please attend our special Crowdchat The post Join Us for an Exciting Announcement About Running AI/ML Workloads with vSphere 7 appeared first on VMware vSphere…Read More
In the previous post HCX & Virtual Machine Power State, we explored HCX handling of the various virtual machine power state scenarios. For this post I am exploring various vSphere operations and their implications for HCX services. The following terms are used:Transfer phase: In this context it refe
Adding Virtual Machine advanced settings to custom properties in vRealize Operations I’ve been working with a customer recently that want to display advanced settings from a virtual machine in vRealize Operations manager. If you didn’t know vROPs does a fantastic job of collecting object settings an
This is an Open Source fling. https://www.vmware.com/opensource.htmlSummaryRequirementsInstructionsChangelogCommentsBugs ptp_vmw is a Linux driver for VMware Precision Clock, a new type of virtual device available in ESXi 7.0 (hardware version 17 on-wards) that provides virtual machines with access to the underlying ESXi host’s system clock. Guests can use the device as a reference clock in Chrony time synchronization software to synchronize their system clocks with. Precision Clock offers an alternative to existing methods of time synchronization in the guest, such as NTP. A potential benefit of using Precision Clock, when compared to a network time synchronization, is that it uses a VMware proprietary paravirtual interface between a…Read More
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Virtual desktop (VDI) and published application deployments have been providing companies of all sizes with many great benefits, including streamlining desktop and app management, lowering IT operational burden, and improving security and compliance. VMware Horizon is the platform that customers continue to rely on to help deliver virtual desktops and apps, regardless of whether desktops […] The post Introducing New Dell EMC Ready Solutions for VDI to Simplify Desktop and App Deployments…Read More
With vSphere 7, we released the greatly improved Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS) logic. We received numerous requests from customers to provide more information about the VM DRS Score. This blog post details the new DRS algorithm, with a focus on the VM DRS Score. DRS works to ensure that all workloads in a cluster are The post vSphere 7 – A Closer Look at the VM DRS Score appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.