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Customizing vROps – Creating Relationships and…

Customizing vROps – Creating Relationships and Changing Collection Intervals

Customizing vROps – Creating Relationships and…

Greg Hohertz, Blue Medora Often times what you get out of the box isn’t exactly what you need. The great thing about vRealize Operations is that it is quite customizable – from it’s great dashboarding capabilities, reporting, capacity planning, to policies, which allow for customizing how vRealize Operations treats different groups of resources. In this […] The post Customizing vROps – Creating Relationships and Changing Collection Intervals appeared first on VMware Cloud Management .


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RUSH POST: Microsoft Convenience Update and…

RUSH POST: Microsoft Convenience Update and VMware VMXNet3 Incompatibilities

RUSH POST: Microsoft Convenience Update and…

Microsoft recently released a “Convenience Update” patch for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1. This update has incompatibility issues with virtual machines running on the VMware vSphere virtualization platform. This incompatibility is confined to one specific configuration scenario – It impacts VMs that use the VMware VMXNet3 virtual network adapter type.


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vExpert 2016 Second Half Applications are Now Open

vExpert 2016 Second Half Applications are Now Open

vExpert 2016 Second Half Applications are Now Open

Applications for the 2016 vExpert program are now open. This is the second and last chance to apply for vExpert in 2016. Applications will be accepted until July 1st at midnight PDT. The vExpert 2016 second half announcement will be on August 19th 2015. Current 2016 vExperts do not need to apply.


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Michael Ryom: OVFtool wrapper for vCloud Air

Michael Ryom: #OVFtool wrapper for vCloud Air

Michael Ryom: OVFtool wrapper for vCloud Air

Lately I’ve started using vCloud Air. That’s is a new experience for me, being used to using the fat client for a vSphere environment – The vCloud Air is a different experience, not bad, just other ways to get the normal day-to-day operations to work. One of the things I have played with is OVFtool, which is a command-line tool to upload ISOs and VMs to vCloud Air. Working with long command-line strings can be a bit annoying, as small typos quickly breaks things and it can be hard to spot the single digit error somewhere in the long text string.


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How vRealize Automation Can Provision VMs From…

How vRealize Automation Can Provision VMs From an OVF

How vRealize Automation Can Provision VMs From…

Provisioning a VM from an OVF is easy with vRealize Automation Since the Project Cava team started writing about how they use vRealize Automation to serve the needs of the VMware teams that work on vRealize Automation, its been clear that customers want to know how we manage to keep a small catalog by deploying […]


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Comprehensively Monitor your Enterprise Stack…

Comprehensively Monitor your Enterprise Stack with #vROps Management Packs

Comprehensively Monitor your Enterprise Stack…

If you use VMware virtualization products at your company, then you should check out Blue Medora’s management packs. Blue Medora’s solutions extend the capabilities of VMware’s vRealize Operations Manager (vROps) to provide monitoring solutions for the hardware, software, applications, and workloads that power your business on a single pane of glass.


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