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Virtual SAN 6.2 Is Now Generally Available!

VMware Virtual SAN 6.2 Is Now Generally Available!

Virtual SAN 6.2 Is Now Generally Available!

I am excited to announce the availability of VMware Virtual SAN 6.2, the 4th edition of the radically simple, vSphere-embedded storage solution that is powering HCI solutions at over 3,000 customers! Get your hands on it today by downloading an evaluation copy and see for yourself why VMware Hyper-Converged Software—the combination of Virtual SAN, vSphere and vCenter Server—is one of the most popular and fastest growing software platforms for Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (HCI).


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Monitoring vCenter Health Remotely with…

Monitoring vCenter Health Remotely with vRealize Operations – Part 1

Monitoring vCenter Health Remotely with…

By: Greg Hohertz, Blue Medora Over the years, vCenter has gained more and more importance. As a command center to central administration and a focal point for API access to your vSphere environment, vCenter is a cog in your virtualization environment that brings everything to a halt if it’s not performing or unavailable. In this […] The post Monitoring vCenter Health Remotely with vRealize Operations – Part 1 appeared first on VMware Cloud Management .


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VMware All Flash VSAN Implementation (Home Lab)

VMware All Flash VSAN Implementation (Home Lab)

VMware All Flash VSAN Implementation (Home Lab)

I’ve been waiting for a while to be able to implement an all flash VSAN in my lab and now that VSAN 6.2 has been announced, I thought it would be time to upgrade my capacity disks from HDD’s to SSD’s and get cracking..! (note: despite the announcement, VSAN 6.2 binaries are NOT YET available to download. I’m hearing it would be available in a week or two on My VMware though so until then, mine is based on VSAN 6.1 – ESXi 6.0U1 binaries)


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vSphere 6.0 Update 2 hints at Nested ESXi…

vSphere 6.0 Update 2 hints at Nested ESXi support for Paravirtual SCSI (PVSCSI) in future

vSphere 6.0 Update 2 hints at Nested ESXi…

Although Nested ESXi(running ESXi in a Virtual Machine) is not officially supported today, VMware Engineering continuesto enhancethis widelyusedfeature by making it faster, more reliableand easier to consumefor our customers. I still remember that it was not too long ago that if you wanted to run Nested ESXi, severalnon-trivial and manual tweaks to the VM’s VMX […]]>…Read More


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