In vSphere Data Protection we have shown the minimum requirements , how to deploy vDP and configure. Now in this post i am going to share how you can restore the virtual machine and perform the file level recovery. 1. Once vSphere Data Protection is configured , you will find its plugin in here. 2. Click on this vDP 3. After that a job is required in which we get an option to select the particular virtual machine, datacenter or partiicular hard disks of a virtual machine. 4. We have to…Read More
It is available as a Virtual Appliance.Minimum requirement:RAM – 4GBvCPU- 4 running @ 2GHzDisk Space: 873GBProvides disk based back up for virtual machines.It is based on the industry-leading EMC® Avamar® deduplication backup and recovery software. A maximum of 20 vSphere Data Protection appliances can be deployed per vCenter Server.As many as eight external proxies (virtual appliances) can be deployed per vSphere Data Protection virtual appliance. vSphere Data Protection supports as much as…Read More
DEPLOYMENT & CONFIGURATIONVirtual VNX (vVNX) is a software stack that provides many VNX features. It allows VNXe software to be available as a downloadable virtual storage appliance (VSA) for use with a VMware ESX or ESXi hypervisor. Most of the folks who wants to test the new feature of VMware for the Software Defined Storage i.e VVOL like most of us have came across so far can test with the help of this solution by EMC ie. VVols technical preview for vVNX from their website.It is available…Read More
NetFlow is an industry standard for collecting and analyzing network data. It is a collection of related network packets traveling in sequence in the same direction, sharing specific characteristics, including […]
Intels 6th Gen NUCs are out and it’s time to take a look on their capabilities as homeserver running VMware ESXi. NUCs are not officially supported by VMware but they arevery widespread in many homlabsor test environments. Theyaresmall, silent, transportable … Read more »
By 2007, the prototype connection broker was introduced to customers to help with the development, before it was given to the VMware product organization to productize it and turn it into a real product. The released product was called Virtual Desktop Manager 1.0 (VDM). The year 2007 was a busy year, and it also saw VMware acquire Propero for $25 million, to accelerate their connection broker development, leading to the VMworld announcement and release of VDM 2.0 in January 2008.After the…Read More
Engineers, designers, and scientists have traditionally relied on dedicated graphics workstations to perform the most demanding tasks, such as manipulating 3D models and visually analyzing large data sets. These standalone workstations carried high acquisition and maintenance costs, and they required the user to be present in the lab or office. In areas such as oil and gas, space exploration, aerospace, engineering, science, and manufacturing this meant that an organization’s individuals had…Read More
This free e-book is written by @roie9876 @stretchcloud @michaelahaines @vConsultant and Ajit Sharma Server virtualization has been accepted well in our IT industry over the past decade. As a result, we have seen a completely new way of provisioning and managing workloads in the data center. This concept of server virtualization saved businesses from spending billions of dollars. However, the way these workloads are connected to the network has not been so agile. The solution that every one is…Read More
By Bernie Watson, Systems Engineer, End-User Computing, VMware This post shows how to package the different versions of Microsoft Internet Explorer using VMware ThinApp, and how to enable the ThinDirect feature. Before following these instructions, you need a clean capture virtual machine (VM) with Windows 7 SP1, the latest version of ThinApp installed on the […] The post How to Package Microsoft Internet Explorer with VMware ThinApp and Enable the ThinDirect Feature appeared first on VMware…Read More
Consolidating and Protecting Enterprise Applications on vSphere 6 with XtremIO This great Whitepaper was published this month and is well worth a read if you have or are planning to deploy XtremIO. The paper covers the following: Multi-site VMware based infrastructure with integrated Replication and Disaster Recovery XtremIO 4.0 with: vSphere 6.0 / RecoverPoint 4.1 […]
VMware Horizon is a family of desktop and applications virtualization solutions designed to deliver Windows and online services on premises. With Horizon 6, VMware extends the power of virtualization from data centers to devices to deliver desktop (VMware VDI) and application virtualization with great user experience and closed-loop manageability.Horizon deliver virtual or hosted desktops and […] The post Horizon view licensing – Overview and Configuration appeared first on VMware Arena.
Today, vRealize Operations (a.k.a. vROPS or vCOPS) version 6.2 was released. This has been a long awaited update. vRealize Operations Manager 6.2 is the latest release of the VMware integrated vRealize Operations Suite. Updates cover all major areas of the product including installation, configuration, licensing, alerting, dashboards, reports, and policies. We looked at the release notes and this is what you need to know. What’s New? Enhanced Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS) Integration….Read More
About PowerNSX is a PowerShell module that abstracts the VMware NSX API to a set of easily used PowerShell functions. This module is not supported by VMware, and comes with no warranties express or implied. Please test and validate its functionality before using in a production environment. It aims to focus on exposing New, Update,… Continue reading…Read More
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Hello and welcome to 2016! We have seen quite a few questions from people having trouble finding our older labs, so I wanted to take a few minutes and explain the VMware Hands-on Labs release and naming conventions.
By Daniel Bakshi, Consultant, Professional Services Organization, VMware On November 24, 2015, VMware announced general availability of VMware App Volumes 2.10.There are two important reasons to upgrade to App Volumes 2.10: To enjoy new product features To focus your team on planning rather than troubleshooting, due to many resolved issues As a member of the […] The post Why Upgrade to App Volumes 2.10: Experience from the Field appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog .