Testing NSX VTEP Communication
An in-depth look at the VXLAN network stack and VTEP to VTEP communication testing.
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vExpert 2019 – Why The vCommunity is Still Important to me
Overnight, applications for the 2019 VMware vExperts where opened up and as per usual it’s created a flurry of activity on social media channels and well as private communications such as the vExpert Slack. There is no doubting that IT professionals still hold the vExpert award in high regard…though it’s also true that others have bemoaned (included myself at times) an apparent decline of its relevance over the past few years. That said it still generates lots of interest and the program is still going strong more than a decade since its inception in 2009.
The 10 Coolest New Hyper-Converged Systems Of 2018
CRN breaks down the hottest hyper-converged infrastructure offerings of the year as the hyper-converged infrastructure market hits a sales record high in 2018.
Is a DNS server still required when using a Static IP for VCSA?
When deploying a vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA), customers have two options for setting up a static network address: using either a hostname (Fully Qualified Domain Name) or just a static IP Address (e.g. no DNS). In the first option when using an FQDN, it should be no surprise that you need to also specify a […]
New Release: PowerCLI 11.1.0
As 2018 comes to a close, we have one more release for you in the form of PowerCLI 11.1.0! If you’re keeping track, that brings us to 6 official PowerCLI releases in the 2018 calendar year. To quickly summarize 2018: PowerCLI has gone multi-platform, added 2 new modules, added 25 new cmdlets, and supported new […] The post New Release: PowerCLI 11.1.0 appeared first on VMware PowerCLI Blog.
“A general controller error occurred. Connection refused while powering on” – Never let vCSA space disk fill up of logs
Recently I had an issue where I was trying to power on a VM from vCenter but unable to power on. While powering on getting below …Read More
Top Reasons to Upgrade To vROps 7.0 & How to Get the Most Of It – Live Demo and the benefits of moving to vROps Advanced.
vRealize Operations continuously optimizes the performance of your data center to help achieve your goals. In our Dec. 12 webcast, we’ll conduct a live demo of vROps 7.0 and explore the benefits of moving to vROps Advanced. RSVP now!
VMware NSX Data Centre – Application Rule Manager
With the release of VMware NSX 6.3.0 back in February 2017, we saw the introduction of the Application Rule Manager (ARM). The Application Rule Manager allows us to a) simplify the process of creating grouping objects and distributed firewall rules for the micro-segmentation of existing workloads, a
Customizing Cloud Assembly Deployments with Cloud-Init
Automation is great. We all love the idea of hitting a request button, and a few minutes having a resource (Virtual Machine in most cases) drop in our lap. It’s like magic! That being said, the magic wears off quickly when the machine isn’t actually useful. How do we make machines useful? Through varying forms The post Customizing Cloud Assembly Deployments with Cloud-Init appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.
Now Available – Upgrading to VMware vSphere 6.7 eBook
I am proud to announce availability of the new VMware vSphere eBook Upgrading to VMware vSphere 6.7, authored by Nigel Hickey and David Stamen. This is a free resource to assist customers upgrading to vSphere 6.7. The eBook further builds on the foundational guide Upgrading to VMware vSphere 6.5 by Emad Younis which has been widely adopted when The post Now Available – Upgrading to VMware vSphere 6.7 eBook appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.