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VCP-NV Review Task Series at CloudCredibility.com

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VCP-NV Review Task Series at CloudCredibility.com

This extensive series of review tasks, following the VCP-NV exam blueprint, has been created by the #vExpert and #CloudCred Communities. Section 7 tasks are new this week, and find Sections 8 & 9 in the next weeks upcoming. Thanks to Andrea Mauro (@Andrea_Mauro), Richard Dowling (@virtRich), Dan McGee (@VMVernak), Caio Oliveira (@Oliveirac_Caio), and Richard Dowling (@virtRich) for their contributions thus far. 


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Want to hear all about VSAN 6.2? Watch the…

Want to hear all about VSAN 6.2? Watch the #SFD9 recordings! (via Yellow Bricks)

Want to hear all about VSAN 6.2? Watch the…

Last week my colleagues had the pleasure to present at Storage Field Day 9 (SFD9). The topic was Virtual SAN, and more specifically what we released with 6.2 and how we are doing from a business point of view / where we stand in the industry. Great explanation by the team on all the different aspects of this release, and even around some of the basic constructs like disk groups etc.


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Simulate A Delay To Test And Validate VSAN…

Simulate A Delay To Test And Validate VSAN Stretched Cluster (via Virtual Blocks)

Simulate A Delay To Test And Validate VSAN…

Since the inception of Virtual SAN Stretched Cluster many current and potential Virtual SAN users have grappled with how to validate Stretched Cluster given the high cost and difficulty with setting multiple networks across geographically distributed sites without impacting production environments. The purpose of this blog is to address these concerns.


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New release: PowerCLI 6.3 R1–Download it today!

New release: PowerCLI 6.3 R1–Download it today!

New release: PowerCLI 6.3 R1–Download it today!

It is my pleasure to inform you that vSphere PowerCLI 6.3 Release 1 has now been released and as usual we have some great features to ensure you are able to automate even more features and in this release, faster than ever! As always we take feature requests directly from customers, through feedback at conferences, by looking at the communities and multiple other ways. please do keep giving us your feedback to enable us to keep making the product easier and making automation tasks less painful.


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