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
When VMware Cloud Foundation 4.0 released in April 2020, it introduced support for VMware vSphere with Kubernetes. With the initial release, users were required to create a virtual infrastructure (VI) domain to enable vSphere with Kubernetes. This meant that a minimum of seven servers was needed to run vSphere with Kubernetes on Cloud Foundation: four The post Announcing VMware vSphere with Kubernetes Support on the VMware Cloud Foundation Management Domain appeared first on Cloud Foundation.
Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) can deliver real productivity improvements across a number of enterprise use cases such as Immersive Training, Augmented Workflows, Design Visualization and much more. Given that AR/VR are emerging technologies within the enterprise, there are a wealth of challenges that IT and line of business face when trying to The post vSpeaking Podcast Ep 157: Augmented and Virtual Reality on VMware vSphere appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
VMware Certified Professional (VCP) and VMware Certified Advanced Professional (VCAP) represents two of the most popular levels of certification offered by VMware to validate your knowledge and skills. These certifications provide many benefits and span across five tracks including: Data Center Virtualization Cloud Management and Automation Desktop and Mobility Network Virtualization Digital Workspace. The post VCPs and VCAPs Around the World: Are you on the map? appeared first on VMware…Read More
Last week I had an attempt at the vSAN Specialist exam (5V0-21.19) and I’m happy to say I passed. This was also my first exam done with the Pearson VUE remote proctoring option so I’ve written a few points on that as well…Read More
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
CORFU /config disk space may get full reaching 100% upon upgrading to NSX-T 3.0.0 vMotion between VDS/VSS and N-VDS (NSX-T switch) ESXi upgrade to vSphere 7.0 with NSX-T Data Center 3.0.0 Steps to recover if ESXi 7.0 NSX kernel module are not installed after ESXi upgrade Service Deployment fails in NSX-T Data Center 2.5.0 Poor The post Top 20 articles for NSX, April 2020 appeared first on VMware Support Insider.
VMware Skyline is included – at no additional charge – with customers’ Production and Premier Support contracts. Visit our new page to learn how to articulate the value of VMware Skyline proactive support for their environments and download the new resources and enablement toolkit. Become their hero by helping them learn how to avoid technical […] The post VMware Skyline – Proactive Support to Keep Customers Out of Harm’s Way appeared first on Partner News.
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
On a recent call with a customer, I was asked for help showing the value of vRealize Operations from a financial perspective. Cost management has been a native feature within vRealize Operations since the 6.7 release, but the costs needed to show the Return on Investment (ROI) are available in multiple locations. Potential cost savings The post ROI Dashboard for vRealize Operations 8.1 appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.
Recently i worked on a customer requirement where the use-case was to evacuate the datacenter and move the workloads to the cloud. The customer is a US $6.7 billion trading and supply chain solutions provider serving over 30+ emerging markets. A company with over 4700 strong workforce and global…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.
This video walks through the latest key features released in the Workspace ONE Hub Services 20.04 release, including updates to the Intelligent Hub and Hub Assistant. Please visit techzone.vmware.com to find more Workspace ONE technical resources.
As we continue to acclimate to the reality of the workplace climate of today, I’ve found myself thinking about how this niche of IT where I’ve spent my career–desktop virtualization–has become so important to the work from home, remote learning and other business continuity-related efforts that are affecting nearly everyone. Of course, I wish things […] The post Now is the Time to Optimize Your Desktop Virtualization Environments for the Next Phase of Work From Home appeared first on VMware…Read More