Allocate Correct vCPU In #VMware Virtual Machine
When You Are Creating Virtual Machine At that time you have to define How many vCPU ( Number of Virtual Sockets and Cores Per Socket ).
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Configure Edge Load Balancing in NSX (via Virten.net)
An Edge Services Gateway allows to connect services running on Logical Switches outside of NSX based networks. I’ve explained the base installation from zero to the first ESG here. This post explains how to connect Web servers running on logical networks VXLAN to the outside.
The Beginner’s Guide to integration between #vRealize Automation & NSX
Chances are that if you’re using vRealize Automation in your organization, you’re looking to automate IT tasks as much as possible. Taking advantage of that oh-so-sweet automation on your network will require some sort of SDN solution, I’m talking about NSX of course.
Creating #vCenter Server Database with Microsoft MSSQL Database
When You Are using vCenter server 6.0 you have multiple choices for the database. Either go with Internal or External and if you are choosing External again you have multiple choices. ( why go with Internal or External already discussed).
Proactive Monitoring VSAN 6.2 Infrastructures w/ New Content Pack for vRealize Log Insight
Back in December 2015, I published an article announcing the release of the Virtual SAN content pack for vRealize Log Insight. In the article, I delved into some of the key details of what the content pack delivers with the ability to automate the management of Virtual SAN logs. The product’s ability to combine the aggregation of analytics, together with search capabilities it provides operational intelligence and enterprise-wide visibility into dynamic environments with Virtual SAN.
#vRealize Operations Tech Tip: Building Interactive Dashboards
vRealize Operations ships with a number of predefined dashboards to help visualize the infrastructure from day one of deployment, but a powerful feature of vRealize Operations is the ability to build your own custom dashboards. Dashboards are built up from widgets, which are part of the product and can be used to display various types of different information in a variety of visual formats to help you manage your infrastructure the way you want to.
5 Free #VMware Flings for your Virtualization Toolbox (via vmblog.com)
For the last few years, VMware engineers have been turning out a number of free experimental tools that operate within the company’s server virtualization platform. Dubbed Flings, these VMware Lab creations are intended to be a “short-term thing.” While these interesting freebie tools are not part of any official product offering, they have been well received over the years within VMware’s community of virtualization users.