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By: mhuppert | October 17, 2017

vSAN Stretched Clusters & VM Swap Files

vSAN Stretched Clusters & VM Swap Files

My buddy Pete Koehler put together a good post a few days ago about SPBM Policies with vSAN Stretched Clusters: vSAN Operations: Use separate SPBM policies for VMs in stretched...Read More

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By: mhuppert | October 17, 2017

Episode 3: Performance Comparison of Native GPU to Virtualized GPU and Scalability of Virtualized GPUs for Machine Learning

Episode 3: Performance Comparison of Native GPU...

In our third episode of machine learning performance with vSphere 6.x, we look at the virtual GPU vs. the physical GPU. In addition, we extend the performance results of machine learning workloads using VMware DirectPath I/O (passthrough) vs. NVIDIA GRID vGPU that have been partially addressed in previous episodes: Episode 1: Performance Results of Machine The post Episode 3: Performance Comparison of Native GPU to Virtualized GPU and Scalability of Virtualized GPUs for Machine Learning...Read More

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By: mhuppert | October 17, 2017

PSC Load Balancing with NSX - Pascal's Wereld

PSC Load Balancing with NSX - Pascal's Wereld

In this blog post, I want to describe the manual steps on how to deploy and configure an NSX load balancer for the Platform Service Controllers (PSC). Hey wait, weren't you doing PowerNSX automation stuff before? Yes and I still mean to do so. But with automation comes checking if the procedure actually works before...Read More

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By: mhuppert | October 16, 2017

Tech Support (root) Access in NSX for vSphere 6.x

Tech Support (root) Access in NSX for vSphere 6.x

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By: mhuppert | October 16, 2017

New white paper available: vSphere APIs for I/O Filtering (VAIO)

New white paper available: vSphere APIs for I/O...

Advertise here with BSA Over the past couple of weeks Cormac Hogan and I have been updating various Core Storage white papers which had not been touched in a while for different reasons. We were starting to see more and more requests come in for update content and as both of used to be responsible for this at some " New white paper available: vSphere APIs for I/O Filtering (VAIO) " originally appeared on Yellow-Bricks.com . Follow me on twitter - @DuncanYB.

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By: mhuppert | October 16, 2017

Road to VCAP6-NV: Objective 1.3 – Configure and Manage Transport Zones | Let's v4Real on WordPress.com

Road to VCAP6-NV: Objective 1.3 - Configure and...

In this blog post I will cover section 1 objective 1.3 of the VCAP6-NV Deploy exam. Objective 1.3 - Configure and Manage Transport Zones Create Transport Zones according to a deployment plan Configure the control plane mode for a Transport Zone Add clusters to Transport Zones Remove clusters from Transport Zones Create Transport Zones according...Read More

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By: mhuppert | October 16, 2017

Deploy VCSA in Workstation 14 | The Wifi-Cable on WordPress.com

Deploy VCSA in Workstation 14 | The Wifi-Cable...

VMware Workstation 14 was released recently and you can now set up the VCSA in your Workstation Lab environment more efficiently than ever. I need to do some quick testing from my laptop and need to deploy the VCSA. There are many blog articles out there that outline how to do this in previous versions....Read More

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By: mhuppert | October 16, 2017

Virtual Networking: Poll-mode vs Interrupt

Virtual Networking: Poll-mode vs Interrupt

The VMkernel is relying on the physical device, the pNIC in this case, to generate interrupts to process network I/O. This traditional style of I/O processing incurs additional delays on the entire data path from the pNIC all the way up to within guest OS. Processing I/Os using interrupt based mechanisms allows for CPU saving The post Virtual Networking: Poll-mode vs Interrupt appeared first on NielsHagoort.com .

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By: mhuppert | October 16, 2017

VMware Global Impact Report: Annual Progress Update | VMware Radius

VMware Global Impact Report: Annual Progress...

2017’s Global Impact Report Update reflects the strides VMware is making across three pillars of impact: Product, Planet and People.

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By: mhuppert | October 16, 2017

vSAN Operations Guide: Managing Disk Groups

vSAN Operations Guide: Managing Disk Groups

This video demonstrates the options for creating and managing disk groups in a vSAN cluster.

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By: mhuppert | October 16, 2017

VMware Cloud on AWS - Elastic Resource Management

VMware Cloud on AWS - Elastic Resource Management

In my previous post, I talked about the setup of a SDDC on AWS. Now I want to focus on resource management and the scalability features Add/Remove Hosts One of the coolest features of VMC, i...Read More

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By: mhuppert | October 16, 2017

vSAN Ready Nodes + PowerEdge: Built to suit

vSAN Ready Nodes + PowerEdge: Built to suit

We caught up with Chad Fenner from Dell EMC to talk about how vSAN Ready Nodes are suited for customers with unique requirements.

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By: mhuppert | October 15, 2017

vSAN SexiPanels – SexiGraf

vSAN SexiPanels - SexiGraf

VSAN Monitoring

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By: mhuppert | October 15, 2017

VCAP6-NV Study Guide | Let's v4Real on WordPress.com

VCAP6-NV Study Guide | Let's v4Real

Section 1 - Prepare VMware NSX Infrastructure Objective 1.1 - Deploy VMware NSX Infrastructure components Objective 1.2 - Prepare Host Clusters for Network Virtualization Objective 1.3 - Configure and Manage Transport Zones Section 2 - Create and Manage VMware NSX Virtual Networks Objective 2.1 - Create and Manage Logical Switches Objective 2.2 - Configure...Read More

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By: mhuppert | October 15, 2017

vMotion between two vCenter Servers with different SSO domains

vMotion between two vCenter Servers with...

Last week i did my first vMotion between two vCenter Servers with different SSO domain by using PowerCLI. This functionality is also known as “cross vCenter vMotion” and is not included in the vSphere Web Client yet. Without downtime it’s possible to live migrate VMs from one vCenter Server to another. Cool stuff! Before starting ... Read more The post vMotion between two vCenter Servers with different SSO domains appeared first on IVOBEERENS.nl .

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