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By: mhuppert | January 14, 2019

Announcing General Availability of vCloud Suite 2018 Platinum

Announcing General Availability of vCloud Suite...

vCloud Suite 2018 Platinum VMware vCloud Suite 2018 Platinum is now available for download! Cloud Management Platform with Intrinsic App Security As announced at VMworld 2018 in Barcelona, VMware is introducing vCloud Suite Platinum, VMware’s latest cloud management platform that helps IT enable developers to deliver VM and container-based applications with intrinsic security and consistent The post Announcing General Availability of vCloud Suite 2018 Platinum appeared first on VMware Cloud... Read More

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By: mhuppert | January 13, 2019

Testing NSX VTEP Communication

Testing NSX VTEP Communication

An in-depth look at the VXLAN network stack and VTEP to VTEP communication testing.

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By: mhuppert | January 13, 2019

Obtaining Specific PowerCLI Versions from the PowerShell Gallery

Obtaining Specific PowerCLI Versions from the...

The recommendation is to always be on the latest and greatest version of PowerCLI. However, whether it be for testing and validation or to possibly workaround an issue, there are instances where you may need to use an older version. The PowerShell Gallery has the potential to make this process incredibly easy when using the The post Obtaining Specific PowerCLI Versions from the PowerShell Gallery appeared first on VMware PowerCLI Blog.

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By: mhuppert | January 13, 2019

vSpeaking Podcast Episode 101: vSAN 6.7 U1 Deep Dive

vSpeaking Podcast Episode 101: vSAN 6.7 U1 Deep...

If you are a VMware administrator or want to be one, there are several books out there that will definitely help you out and should be on your desk. A few that come to mind are vSphere Clustering Deep Dive, vSphere Host Resources Deep Dive, and vSAN Essentials. This month the authors of vSAN Essentials The post vSpeaking Podcast Episode 101: vSAN 6.7 U1 Deep Dive appeared first on Virtual Blocks.

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By: mhuppert | January 13, 2019

How To Change E1000 into VMXNET3 without changing a MAC address

How To Change E1000 into VMXNET3 without...

You might end up in a situation where you have a VM which you want to change vNIC type, but you want to keep the current MAC address. Today's post will

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By: mhuppert | January 13, 2019

Adopting vRSLCM-2.0’s Certificate Management for vRealize Products

Adopting vRSLCM-2.0’s Certificate Management...

vRealize Suite of Products support different certificates for different products. Managing certificates for all products in dev, testing, staging and prod environment will be difficult. Wouldn’t it be good if the certificates for all the products can be managed from a single application? This is where vRSLCM 2.0 comes into the picture. vRSLCM-2.0 introduces certificate The post Adopting vRSLCM-2.0’s Certificate Management for vRealize Products appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.

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By: mhuppert | January 13, 2019

New vRealize Log Insight Content Pack for vSAN Released

New vRealize Log Insight Content Pack for vSAN...

vSAN customers who use vRealize Log Insight will be interested to know that a new Log Insight content pack for vSAN was released this week. Version 2.1 of the vSAN content pack introduces some changes that are worth noting for environments that rely on Log Insight’s dashboard and alerting capabilities. For those unfamiliar to Log The post New vRealize Log Insight Content Pack for vSAN Released appeared first on Virtual Blocks.

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By: mhuppert | January 13, 2019

How VMware vSAN Can Lower Your Storage Costs by 40% or More

How VMware vSAN Can Lower Your Storage Costs by...

I recently lost some weight after getting back into the habit of exercising regularly. On the positive side, I felt great, but on the downside, all of the clothes I had purchased in the last few years didn’t fit. Looking to replace some slacks for work, I went to the store and found that there The post How VMware vSAN Can Lower Your Storage Costs by 40% or More appeared first on Virtual Blocks.

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By: mhuppert | January 12, 2019

How to change the default CPU and Memory requirements for deploying the VMC vCenter Cloud Gateway

How to change the default CPU and Memory...

When deploying the VMware Cloud on AWS (VMC) vCenter Cloud Gateway (VCG), there is a minimum amount of vCPU and memory that is required for deployment. For customers who wish to evaluate this solution for non-production usage, such as a lab environment, it would be nice to be able to reduce the requirements purely for testing

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By: mhuppert | January 12, 2019

NVMe storage for dummies

NVMe Storage for Dummies

This ebook provides an overview of the storage landscape and how it's altered by the advent of NVMe technology. In particular, it examines how the NVMe interface reduces latency and enhances flash storage, to increase application performance by delivering data residing internally or across a data ce

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By: mhuppert | January 12, 2019

PowerCLI: Setting Resource Pools right

PowerCLI: Setting Resource Pools right

A summary about the right handling of resource pools and a script to automate the process. Many have written about the topic before, but few have provided ways that completely automate the solution of the problem.

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By: mhuppert | January 12, 2019

What Are VMware Exam Vouchers?

What Are VMware VCP Exam Vouchers?

VMware VCP Exam voucher is kind of an "electronic" tickets needed to pass a VCP Exam. You can buy it in advance (or plan the buy) when the IT budgets are

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By: mhuppert | January 12, 2019

NSX Security: Features And Use Cases

Part I of NSX Security - NSX: Features And Use...

Part I of NSX Security - NSX: Features And Use CasesVMwareVMware is the pioneer in the field of virtualization. Over the years, VMware

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By: mhuppert | January 12, 2019

Tech trends: 2018 review and 2019 predictions

Tech trends: 2018 review and 2019 predictions

Bruce Davie, CTO for Asia Pacific & Japan at VMware, provides a review on the technology trends from 2018 and his predictions for the big tech trends in 2019.

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By: mhuppert | January 12, 2019

VMware Horizon® 7 on VMware vSAN™ Best Practices

VMware Horizon® 7 on VMware vSAN™ Best Practices

How does vSAN deduplication work with virtual desktop clones? Should I choose per VM or per cluster encryption for VDI? Are Instant Clones supported on vSAN? These and other questions are answered in the VMware Horizon® 7 on VMware vSAN Best Practices technical white paper. One of the first core use cases for vSAN was The post VMware Horizon® 7 on VMware vSAN™ Best Practices appeared first on Virtual Blocks.

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