Best Practices for vSphere Web Client Extensions
This video covers best practices for developing secure extensions for the vSphere Web Client
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Quick Tip – How to disable the landing page for vCenter Server 5.x & 6.x?
The question of wanting to disable the default landing page for the vCenter Server is one that comes up infrequently. In fact, I probably see this maybe once or twice a year. However, when it does come up, it usually revolves around two topics: some sort of security risk and limiting users from obtaining software […]
VVols Reloaded – Putting Virtual Volumes to Work – Storage Best Practices for vSphere 6 and Beyond
In this VMworld session Howard shares his view on the promise of Virtual Volumes, how implementations can vary, and some of the practical benefits VVols enables for customers.
NSX-V: Multi-site Options and Cross-VC NSX Design Guide
Check-out the new NSX-V Multi-site Options and Cross-VC NSX Design Guide The goal of this design guide is to outline several NSX solutions available for multi-site data center connectivity before… The post NSX-V: Multi-site Options and Cross-VC NSX Design Guide appeared first on The Network Virtualization Blog.
Bootstrap a Single-node VSAN Cluster under Running vCenter Server — vMusketeers
In my NSX Lab, I needed a single-node cluster with VSAN enabled beside another normal cluster with three nodes. William Lam has a genius post about how to bootstrap a single-node VSAN cluster to add your vCenter on it in your lab, but unfortunately even thoughhis adviceworks perfectly when you have a single ESXi host, itdoes not work well when you already have a vCenter in place. Mystory begins from the VSAN Default Storage Policy. This policy enforces that adeployment of VMs needs tohave:…Read More
Fifth year of vInfrastructure blog
Just five years ago this blog has started its life (see the first official post: Blog goes live), initially with a different domain name, but fastly changed with the final one (shorted and probably simpler). In those four years I’ve wrote about all the vSphere 5.x editions (starting with the first 5.0 announce), but not only on vSphere, by covering also other VMware (and non VMware) products. Compared to the previous year (see the related post:Fourth year of vInfrastructure blog), the blog…Read More
2 VCAP Design Certification Exams Available
Today we released the live (aka “GA”) versions of two of our VMware Certified Advanced Professional 6 (VCAP6) exams: VMware Certified Advanced Professional 6 — Data Center Virtualization Design (VCAP6-DCV Design) VMware Certified Advanced Professional 6 — Cloud Management and Automation Design (VCAP6-CMA Design) These exams can now be scheduled and taken at any participating […] The post 2 VCAP Design Certification Exams Available appeared first on VMware Education and Certification Blog .