There was an excellent blog post from Duncan a couple of weeks back going over the new vMotion capabilities in vSphere 6.0 which includes: Cross vSwitch vMotion, Cross vCenter vMotion (xVC-vMotion) and Long Distance vMotion (LD-vMotion). If you have not checked out his article, I highly recommend you give it a read before proceeding further. After reading through Duncan’s article, I noticed he had missed out on one additional vMotion capability which might not be obvious as the option is no where to be found in the vSphere Web Client UI. In fact, I was only aware of this additional capability after hearing about it from Engineering during the development of vSphere 6.
Windows Server 2016 will come up in two releases. Standard and Datacenter.The standard edition will however not contain some features that the Datacenter will provide. This wasn’t the case of the curent Windows Server 2012R2 where Standard and Datacenter editions provided the same features, but the only difference was in the possibilities to virtualize two […] Read the full post Windows Server 2016 – What is the difference between Standard And Datacenter Edition at ESX Virtualization.
As 2015 wraps up another great year for VMware certification holders, we thought it would be interesting to illustrate where to find VMware Certified Professionals (VCPs). Hint: they are everywhere. Which country do you represent? The post Where in the World are VCPs? [Infographic] appeared first on VMware Education and Certification Blog .
X-mass time is over but I though that this post would keep this “gift” atmosphere a bit longer, by introducing you to Xtreme Download Manager. This Free download manager is a class. It’s super fast, being able to increase a download speed up to 500% by launching multiple streams each downloading another piece (uses segmentation […] Read the full post Xtreme Download Manager Freebie at ESX Virtualization.
VMware Learning Zone subscribers get one year of unlimited access to our cloud-based video training library taught by top VMware experts, including all the new videos we release, like these: vRealize Operations Reporting: Distribution View – Ellis Paul shares specific details and options available to you in the “Distribution View”. vRealize Operations Reporting: Trend View – […] The post New vRealize Videos in the VMware Learning Zone appeared first on VMware Education and Certification Blog .
We have finally brought the plane in for a landing, and it is time to hit the beach! In this third and final post in a series, we are thrilled to announce that the App Volumes 2.10 Reference Architecture is now available. Author’s Note : I have always wanted to go to Maho Beach, St. Maarten, and watch the planes land! #bucketlist
By Michael Haag, Product Line Marketing Manager, VMware Adapted from an earlier blog post on the VMware Virtual Blocks blog site. Over 2,000 organizations that have deployed VMware Virtual SAN are using VMware Hyper-Converged Infrastructure for all kinds of solutions. These uses range from supporting large Oracle databases, to powering remote IT rooms, to simplifying […] The post Is VDI Causing You Gray Hair? Virtual SAN and Horizon 6 Can Help! appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog .
Hello All, Today I seen a strange issue in my production environment . Issue : The Vm (OS : Linux –Centos X) is showing an error and shutdown itself after flashing the message. Cause : This is the issue both in vmware/Linux itself. Reason VMware doesn’t actually provide that level interface for CPU access, but… Continue reading…Read More
NetFlow Logic extends both vRealize Operations and vRealize Log Insight capability. It is ananalytics engine for network flow data (NetFlow, IPFIX, sFlow, etc.). It has Log Insight Content Pack and vRealize Operations Management Pack. The installation has a few stages. Install and configure NetFlow Integrator. Configure vSphere, NSX & physical switch to send netflow, sFlow, […] The post NetFlow Logic Integrator for vRealize Operations Insight appeared first on virtual red dot.
VMware Network Virtualization Platform (NSX ) is the network virtualization platform for the software-defined datacenter (SDDC). Network virtualization using VMware NSX enables virtual networks to be created as software entities, saved and restored, and deleted on demand without requiring any reconfiguration of the physical network. Logical network entities like logical switch, logical routers, security objects, logical load balancers, distributed firewall rules and service composer rules are created as part of virtualizing the network.
Hints, tips and reviews about VDI (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure), in particular VMware View. Wednesday, December 23, 2015 After upgrading my environment from View 5.3.2 to Horizon View 6.0.1, I started having the following issues once production loads returned to normal:The Event database performance in VMware View 6.0.x is extremely slow when browsing within ViewHigh CPU usage on the SQL server, hosting the Event databaseThe larger the Event database becomes, the slower the queries run….Read More