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Hi everyone, we have left VMworld US behind us and now have a few more events to look forward to. vForum in the ANZ, Sydney region which will be held in october (more details and to register: http://info.vmware.com/content/APAC_ANZ_vForum). Then we also have VMworld Europe to look forward to. I will be attending vForum in Sydney as I do each year and presenting a topic that I think is important to my customers. I will provide more detail on this in the coming weeks but in the meantime make sure you have registered for vForum.

 

Have a great week.

 

Virtually Yours

Neil Isserow

Senior Technical Account Manager

VMware Australia

 

Local Events (BRISBANE)

- VMUG - VMworld 2013 Update (18 September)
- Lunch and Learn - vSPhere 5.5 update (18 September)


Local Training Classes

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VMware vCloud Director: Install, Configure, Manage [V5.1] - 16-18 Sept

 

VMware vSphere: Install, Configure, Manage [V5.1] - 30 - 04 Oct

 

VMware Bloggers

 

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    VMware Virtualization Management Blog: Announcing vCenter Log Insight 1.5 TP2 (http://blogs.vmware.com/management/?p=1610)Today, VMware released vCenter Log Insight 1.5 TP2, which can be downloaded once you join the technical preview program on the  Log Insight product page . I would like to walk you through some of the major changes available in this new version. If you do not feel like reading, take a look at the  video  I put together demonstrating the new features. Technology Preview A Technology Preview (TP) provides early access to upcoming product innovations. There are several important things to keep in mind…

     

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    VMware Accelerate: IT, It’s Time to Change Your Relationship with Change (http://blogs.vmware.com/accelerate/?p=1261)Author: Reid Engstrom Many IT organizations are reluctant to drive virtualization to high levels in their compute environment, while casting a speculative eye toward the software-defined data center (SDDC), which expands virtualization to include networking, storage, and management platforms. This reticence is hardly surprising since these advances require changing the data center environment, and change has always introduced the possibility of a technical fault widespread enough to affect business…

     

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    VROOM!: Simulating different VDI users with View Planner 3.0 (http://blogs.vmware.com/performance/?p=1510)VDI benchmarking is hard. What makes it challenging is getting a good representation or simulation of VDI users.  If we closely look at typical office users, we can get a spectrum of VDI users where at the one end of spectrum, the user may be using some simple Microsoft Office applications at a relatively moderate speed, whereas at the other end of spectrum, the user may be running some CPU-heavy multimedia applications and switching between many applications much faster. We classify the fast user as the…

     

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    VMware Support Insider: Top 20 Articles for August 2013 (http://blogs.vmware.com/kb/?p=5708)Here is our Top 20 KB list for August 2013. This list is ranked by the number of times a VMware Support Request was resolved by following the steps in a published Knowledge Base article. Uploading diagnostic information for VMware (1008525) Downloading and installing VMware Fusion (2014097) Installing async drivers on ESXi 5.x (2005205) Broadcom 5719/5720 NICs using tg3 driver become unresponsive and stop traffic in vSphere (2035701) Manually deleting linked clones or stale virtual desktop entries from…

     

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    vCO Team: Making vCO Workflow Wrappers (http://www.vcoteam.info/learn-vco/making-vco-workflow-wrappers.html)A vCO workflow wrapper is a set of workflow tasks that are added at the beginning of a workflow in order to take string values and look up a more complex data type or pre-defining inputs using attributes. You may have done these in the past already in vCO. Some examples would be finding a virtual machine by name or finding an Active Directory user by email address. If you're running the vCO workflow from within the vCO client or vSphere web client, you probably don't need to worry about this as both…

     

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    VMware vCloud Blog: Another VMware Cloud: GreenPages Runs Its Hybrid Cloud On VMware (http://blogs.vmware.com/vcloud/?p=2849)When it comes to the vCloud Hybrid Service, Matt Mock, IT Manager at GreenPages, Inc., shares, “What I am looking for in a hybrid cloud is the ability to easily move workloads and view all clouds within a single management pane. vCloud Hybrid Service will provide me the ability to extend our private cloud and utilize it for a secondary site.” A multimillion dollar national consulting and integration organization, GreenPages supports commercial, healthcare, and financial clients in fully virtualizing…

     

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    VMware vCloud Blog: Is Cloud the New Home for DR? (http://blogs.vmware.com/vcloud/?p=2852)This is a guest post from vCloud Service Provider,  Bluelock . VMworld 2013 is just wrapping up and cloud-based DR was certainly a hot topic on the show floor. VMworld attendees had lots of questions about security, ease of use and installation of RaaS solutions and they were treated to new and improved answers as the technology available to provide cloud-based DR has improved and matured over the past year, since VMworld 2012. Pat O’Day refers to the efficiency of the cloud-based DR technology as…

     

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    VMware Support Insider: ALERT: VMware Horizon Workspace 1.5 password expiration (http://blogs.vmware.com/kb/?p=5660)VMware has become aware of an issue caused by expired passwords in the virtual machines that make up the Horizon Workspace vApp. The issue affects VMware Horizon Workspace 1.5.0 (Build Number 1220937) VMware Support has issued two new KB articles. One applies to those currently installing VMware Horizon Workspace, the other to those already using the product. We recommend you familiarize yourself with both articles. For new installations of VMware Horizon Workspace 1.5.0, download VMware Horizon…

     

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    VMTN Blog: VMware Communities Roundtable Podcast – 246 – VMworld Recap (http://blogs.vmware.com/vmtn/?p=7987)Hosts John Mark Troyer, VMware @jtroyer Mike Gordon Laverick, VMware @mike_laverick Guests Chris Wahl, Wahl Network  @ChrisWahl VCDX #104 Scott Lowe, VMware @Scott_Lowe News VMworld 2013 Photos VMworld TV on YouTube VMworld Mobile App Blog Posts from VMworld 2013 Blogger List Contributors VMworld 2013 Social Media & Community Around the Community vBrownbag Podcast VMUG Local Meetings – Check it today! AdaptingIT – Lauren Malhoit Podcast Virtualization Security Roundtable vCatchup Podcast –…

     

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    VMware Virtualization Management Blog: 5 VMworld Videos You Shouldn’t Miss (http://blogs.vmware.com/management/?p=1594)Hi folks, Now that it has been over a week since VMworld 2013 in San Francisco, I thought I’d make a quick post to share some very cool videos from VMworld that you shouldn’t miss. So here are my five! First up, we have Ramin Sayar, SVP & GM, Cloud Management, at The Cube, talking about VMware’s Cloud Management strategy and offerings. Next, here’s the interview with Jim Silvera who shows how vCenter Operations Management Suite helps you manage Business Critical Applications. Next is the…

     

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    VMware Consulting Blog: The Secret to Getting Security to Say ‘Yes’ (http://blogs.vmware.com/consulting/?p=852)By Richard Rees, Security & Compliance Architect, VMware Professional Services My post last week about the NSA and hybrid cloud I shared an important equation from the security world: Trust = Visibility + Control. In other words, if I’m going to trust a third party with my data assets, I need to have more visibility to make me comfortable with less control. Today I want to highlight the different requirements that security, IT, and business have for building trust, and how improved visibility can…

     

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    VMware Education & Certification Blog: Question of the Week: VCP5-DCV (http://blogs.vmware.com/education/?p=1682)This week’s “Question of the Week” comes from the VMware Certified Professional 5-Data Center Virtualization (VCP5-DCV) Official Study Guide . Which of following is not viewable on your vSphere Client when you are logged on directly to a host? a. The Events tab b. Recent Tasks c. The Tasks and Events tab d. The Performance tab See below for the answer Not sure of the answer? You can learn more about this topic in our VMware vSphere: Install, Configure, Manage course. Answer: c. The Tasks and…

     

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    VMware Support Insider: New VMware vCloud Networking and Security Goodies (http://blogs.vmware.com/kb/?p=5485)You may have see news of new (and FREE!) videos from our Education folks on  VMware vCloud Networking and Security Suite . If not, don’t miss out on learning something new. For those of you participating in the beta of VMware vCloud Networking and Security 5.5,  there is a new release candidate available for download (an extension of the beta for 5.5). Downloads ( found here ) include: vCloud Networking and Security 5.5 vShield Manager vCloud Networking and Security 5.5 Upgrade Bundle vCloud…

     

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    VMware Support Insider: VMworld 2013 wrap-up (http://blogs.vmware.com/kb/?p=5578)VMworld 2013 is a wrap, and it’s good to be home, but first a look back at the week. Global Services was well represented in the Solutions Exchange with the always busy Expert Bar, Education and Professional Services booths and more. This year we also occupied a booth in the Hang Space, specifically at the Community Bar. The atmosphere in the Hang Space was much more laid back and everyone seemed to open up a little more. I was stationed alongside VMware Education in the Support station and we worked in…

     

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    VMware Support Insider: iSCSI Port Binding (http://blogs.vmware.com/kb/?p=5630)Here is our second Support Insider Live episode of tips straight from the mouths of our front-line Technical Support Engineers! This episode features Kiwi Ssennyonjo talking about iSCSI port binding. Port binding is used in iSCSI when multiple VMkernel ports for iSCSI reside in the same broadcast domain and IP subnet to allow multiple paths to an iSCSI array that broadcasts a single IP address. In three minutes Kiwi gives us the real deal when approaching this configuration issue. Additional information…

     

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    VMware vSphere Blog: Allow me to introduce you to vCenter Single Sign-On 5.5 (http://blogs.vmware.com/vsphere/?p=10064)With the announcement at VMworld on the upcoming vSphere 5.5 release, one area that I have been greatly involved with (hence why I have been in stealth mode), has been the new and improved vCenter Single Sign-On. You may still say why do we need it? and why change something that wasn’t broke to begin with! but hang in there and let me highlight the changes and the benefits you will see as you begin to look at vCenter Server 5.5. With the new release, this shows we heard you loud and clear! vCenter Single…

     

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    VMware Support Insider: VMware Fusion 6 fails to start on some Macs (http://blogs.vmware.com/kb/?p=5584)A few customers are reporting a problem after installing or upgrading to Fusion 6 — Fusion crashes right after being launched. They see a screen that looks like this: Click the image to see a larger version. This problem happens when there are Fusion 1.x or Fusion 2.x license keys still present on the Mac. To resolve this crash — that is, to start up Fusion properly — it’s necessary to delete the old license files. For the full steps to do this, please refer to: VMware Fusion 6 fails to start…

     

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    VMware Support Insider: New KBs for the new releases of Fusion and Workstation (http://blogs.vmware.com/kb/?p=5617)As you know by now, VMware released new versions for it’s desktop virtualization products: VMware Fusion , and Workstation . To go along with these new versions, we have also created some new Knowledgebase articles and/or updated existing articles. Here is a list of what you need to know. Fusion Upgrading VMware Fusion 5.x to 6.0 (2056803) Downgrading VMware Fusion 6.0 to 5.x (2056786) Creating a new OS X virtual machine from the recovery partition in VMware Fusion 6.0 (2056798) Restricting virtual…

     

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    VMware vSphere Blog: Attention Storage DRS & Storage I/O Control Users… (http://blogs.vmware.com/vsphere/?p=10195)…please help us on the future direction of these products. The new Product Manager for Storage DRS and Storage I/O Control has asked me to reach out the the community and ask for your input on what we should do next in these product areas. I know many of you actively use these technologies, so you are certainly the best folks to highlight what works well, what doesn’t work well and what additional features you would like to see added. Please take the quick survey on Storage DRS & Storage I/O…

     

External Bloggers

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    Best Practices for running vSphere on iSCSI (http://vsphere-land.com/?p=4158)VMware recently updated a paper that covers Best Practices for running vSphere on iSCSI storage. This paper is similar in nature to the Best Practices for running vSphere on NFS paper that was updated not too long ago. VMware has tried to involve their storage partners in these papers and reached out to NetApp & [...]

     

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    VMworld 2013–San Francisco–My View (http://www.virtu-al.net/?p=2923)Another VMworld and I have to say, one of the best I have been too, the level of energy was huge this year at VMworld both for the speakers and the attendees, I think the Software Defined Datacenter is really a message that VMware customers can not only relate to but see how it is […] VMworld 2013–San Francisco–My View is a post from: Virtu-Al . Virtu-Al is one of the authors of VMware vSphere PowerCLI Reference: Automating vSphere Administration" Buy it now from: Amazon USA Amazon UK Sybex

     

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    vSphere HA Futures: Restart Order (http://www.yellow-bricks.com/?p=13525)At VMworld I hosted a group discussion together with Keith Farkas (HA Lead Engineer) on the topic of HA Futures. Based on this discussion group session Keith and I decided to gather more feedback from the field, this post will hopefully help us with that. Please do not hesitate to comment. I will have a […] " vSphere HA Futures: Restart Order " originally appeared on Yellow-Bricks.com . Follow me on twitter - @DuncanYB. Looking for a VMware Training ? Sign up for a Free 3 day Trial today on…

     

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    vSphere Flash Read Cache and esxcli (http://www.yellow-bricks.com/?p=13570)As most features these days in vSphere you can configure them using the awesome esxcli command. I’ve already mentioned esxcli in my vSphere Flash Read Cache FAQ blog but I wanted to call it out explicitly here as I found it very useful. You can get some nice details using the esxcli command. So where […] " vSphere Flash Read Cache and esxcli " originally appeared on Yellow-Bricks.com . Follow me on twitter - @DuncanYB. Looking for a VMware Training ? Sign up for a Free 3 day Trial today on…

     

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    Frequently asked questions about vSphere Flash Read Cache (http://www.yellow-bricks.com/?p=13446)Last week I received many emails on the topic of vFlash so I figured I would start collecting these questions and answer them in a “frequently asked questions about vSphere Flash Read Cache” article. That way the info it is out in the open and it should be fairly easy to find using google. If […] " Frequently asked questions about vSphere Flash Read Cache " originally appeared on Yellow-Bricks.com . Follow me on twitter - @DuncanYB. Looking for a VMware Training ? Sign up for a Free 3 day…

     

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    Startup News Flash part 5 (http://www.yellow-bricks.com/?p=13409)After the VMworld storm has slowly died down it is back to business again… This also means less frequent updates, although we are slowly moving towards VMworld Barcelona and I suspect there will be some new announcements at that time. So what happened in the world of flash/startups the last two weeks? This is Startup […] " Startup News Flash part 5 " originally appeared on Yellow-Bricks.com . Follow me on twitter - @DuncanYB. Looking for a VMware Training ? Sign up for a Free 3 day Trial today…

     

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    VMware vSphere Virtual SAN design considerations… (http://www.yellow-bricks.com/?p=13289)I have been playing a lot with vSphere Virtual SAN (VSAN) in the last couple of months… I figured I would write down some of my thoughts around creating a hardware platform or constructing the virtual environment when it comes to VSAN. There are some recommended practices and there are some constraints, I aim to […] " VMware vSphere Virtual SAN design considerations… " originally appeared on Yellow-Bricks.com . Follow me on twitter - @DuncanYB. Looking for a VMware Training ? Sign up for a…

     

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    VMworld TV, it just rocks! (http://www.yellow-bricks.com/?p=13464)VMworld TV has been around for a long time, and I truly enjoy the videos. I know what kind of work goes in to recording these episodes and the long hours these guys make, so thanks for doing this Eric, Jeremy and production/camera crew! It is awesome work, and even though I attend VMworld, and […] " VMworld TV, it just rocks! " originally appeared on Yellow-Bricks.com . Follow me on twitter - @DuncanYB. Looking for a VMware Training ? Sign up for a Free 3 day Trial today on Train Signal!

     

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    vSphere 5.5 UNMAP Deep Dive (http://www.boche.net/blog/?p=4783)One of the features that has been updated in vSphere 5.5 is UNMAP which is one of two sub-components of what I’ll call the fourth block storage based thin provisioning VAAI primitive (the other sub-component is thin provisioning stun).  I’ve already written about UNMAP a few times in the past.  It was first introduced in [...] Post from: boche.net - VMware Virtualization Evangelist Copyright (c) 2010 Jason Boche. The contents of this post may not be reproduced or republished on another web page or…

     

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    The Great Jumbo Frames Debate (http://longwhiteclouds.com/?p=2298)Over the last couple of weeks the debate about whether or not to enable Jumbo Frames has been coming up quite a bit. This has been largely driven by discussion around VSAN in vSphere 5.5 and other types of network based storage access. A couple of people have been questioning the wisdom of having “enable […]

     

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    VMworld USA 2013 By The Numbers (http://longwhiteclouds.com/?p=2271)This will be a brief article highlighting some of the numbers that are of interest from VMworld US 2013 and some of the major announcements. I will dig deeper into some of the features that are important for customers virtualizing business critical apps in additional articles and only cover some of the important aspects here […]

     

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    How does VMware VSAN help Horizon View? (http://myvirtualcloud.net/?p=5425)During last VMworld US VMware unveiled a new product called VMware Virtual SAN, or VSAN. For those not yet familiar, VSAN leverages local storage from a number of vSphere hosts that are part the same cluster. A distributed datastore is then created leveraging the local storage from each host. VSAN can be thought of as … Continue reading »

     

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    The World runs on Non-Persistent Virtual Desktops (http://myvirtualcloud.net/?p=5419)Last week I launched a SurveyMonkey poll to determine what VDI desktop user assignment model the industry, administrators and organizations are currently using in live production deployments.   A quick retrospect first - Couple months back I wrote an article entitled ‘Open letter to non-persistent VDI fanboys…‘ providing reasons to why persistent VDI makes more sense … Continue reading »

     

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    Feature Update to VDI Calculator v4.1 (http://myvirtualcloud.net/?p=5414)Hello all, I have just released a new version of the VDI Calculator – 4.1. This is a small release that introduces a new feature that tells you when the calculator is out-of-date. I have implemented this feature after observing that many people are using an old version of the calculator.   What’s New Added … Continue reading »

     

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    VMware Workstation 10 can also downgrade virtual hardware. Did you know? (http://www.vladan.fr/?p=32078)The other day I was trying VMware Workstation 10. I can’t remember if previous release was able to downgrade the virtual hardware, but the release 10 of Workstation can. I was actually trying to upload a Windows 2012 R2 server VM which I installed by using Workstation. This is something that has been around since […] You might also like: Downgrade Virtual Machine Hardware – what’s your VMware Workstation 10 and VMware Fusion 6 Released! VMware Workstation 8.0.1 Released Read the full post VMware…

     

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    VCSA 5.5 Installation and configuration – Part 2 (http://www.vladan.fr/?p=32059)In the first part of the article we simply deployed the vCenter 5.5 VM from the OVF file - vCenter Server 5.5 Linux Appliance – Install/config  . Fast and efficient. While we successfully integrated the VCSA to the Windows domain and we could see the computer account in the AD, we still had to log in with […] You might also like: VMware vCenter Orchestrator Overview Configuration Can’t access via SSH After upgrade to ESX 4.1 vCenter Server Appliance 5.5 (vCSA) – Installation and Read the full…

     

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    VMware VSAN Video (http://www.vladan.fr/?p=32044)VSAN is hot. It’s time to check my vSphere 5.5 page and see all the new features of vSphere 5.5 that has been unveiled during VMworld 2013. I have been playing with VMware VSAN (one of the pre-release builds) and in one of my earlier articles you could read about the VSAN configuration steps, but […] You might also like: VSAN Observer – upcoming tool for monitoring VSAN… VMworld 2013 General Session – Lot’s of demos… Free VMworld 2013 Session – The Next Phase in the… Read the full post…

     

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    vSphere Best Practices on iSCSI – Deployments and Design (http://www.vladan.fr/?p=32031)Newly updated white paper by VMware is all about design and deployment of vSphere on iSCSI storage, which is the most used by smaller and bigger customers. It’s a document which has been updated last week called iSCSI Design Consideration and Deployment guide teaches the best practices for running VMware vSphere on iSCSI storage.  Authored by Cormac […] You might also like: VMware Best Practices on NFS – get this new PDF Configure iSCSI port binding in VMware vSphere 4.1 video How to configure ESXi…

     

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    VMware vFlash Read Cache (vFRC) configuration steps (http://www.vladan.fr/?p=32017)Upcoming VMware vSphere 5.5 which has been announced during VMworld 2013 brought another interesting feature called vFlash Read Cache (vFRC).  A special formatting is applied to each SSD in each host, and each SSD device is formatted with new filesystem called VFFS (Virtual Flash File System). This VFFS spans the cluster and forms a flash resource which […] You might also like: VMware vSphere 5.5 vFlash Read Cache vSphere 5.5 demos – New Interactive Product… How-to save resource pool tree before…

     

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    VMware VSAN configuration steps with nested ESXi hypervisors (http://www.vladan.fr/?p=31969)You can test VMware VSAN configuration even if you don’t have 3 physical servers. By simply creating 3 virtual ESXi hosts (VMs) which runs on the same box it’s possible to test VSAN. Each virtual ESXi needs to have at least one spinning disk and one SSD disk. You can also use computer running VMware Workstation. In […] You might also like: VMware VSAN Video VSAN Observer – upcoming tool for monitoring VSAN… VMware VSAN introduced in vSphere 5.5 – How it works… Read the full post VMware VSAN…

     

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    Copy files from one cloud service provider to another – with Mover (http://www.vladan.fr/?p=31956)There is a nice and convenient service called Mover.io which allows easily make transfer of your files from Dropbox to SkyDrive for example. But not only. There is quite a few connectors available through the service. It’s possible to transfer files and folders from many online storage service providers. This can be useful for individuals, […] You might also like: Free Tool: CloudFogger for Dropbox, Google Drive, SkyDrive… Which Dropbox features makes me happy Send files to Dropbox with right click…

     

 

KB Articles

 

VMware ESX
Understanding TCP Checksum Offloading (TCO) in a VMware Environment (2052904)
Date Published: 9/2/2013

VMware ESXi
VMware Tools fails to start on a Solaris 10 virtual machine with the error: Unable to start services for VMware Tools (2058154)
Date Published: 9/4/2013
ESXi host reports an error: unsupported ioctl (2058568)
Date Published: 9/2/2013
Possible data corruption after a Windows 2012 virtual machine network transfer (2058692)
Date Published: 9/4/2013
Windows 8.1 virtual machine is slow or unresponsive when a USB device is connnected (2057809)
Date Published: 9/4/2013
vSphere Distributed Switches do not support IPv6 addresses for encapsulated remote mirror sessions (2054387)
Date Published: 9/3/2013

VMware Fusion
Downgrading VMware Fusion 6.0 to 5.x (2056786)
Date Published: 9/4/2013
Upgrading a Windows 7 virtual machine to Windows 8 (2057651)
Date Published: 9/4/2013
Creating a VMware Fusion mass deployment package (2058680)
Date Published: 9/5/2013
Boot Camp virtual machine fails to boot after upgrading VMware Fusion 5 to Fusion 6 (2059136)
Date Published: 9/6/2013
Upgrading VMware Fusion 5.x to 6.0 (2056803)
Date Published: 9/4/2013
Restricting virtual machines in VMware Fusion 6.0 (2058673)
Date Published: 9/4/2013
VMware Fusion 6 fails to start (2058900)
Date Published: 9/4/2013

VMware Service Manager
Viewing the Call History in the HTML Only version in VMware Service Manager fails with the error: Buffer too small for CLOB to CHAR or BLOB to RAW conversion (2058198)
Date Published: 9/3/2013

VMware vCenter Configuration Manager
Automated installation wizard installs unsupported Agent on HP-UX 11.11 and HP-UX 11.23 (2057123)
Date Published: 9/3/2013

VMware vCenter Converter Standalone
VMware Converter Standalone conversion fails with the error: Unable to create a VSS snapshot of the source volume(s). Error code: 2147754767 (0x8004230F). (2058046)
Date Published: 9/3/2013

VMware vCenter Orchestrator
Non-admin users cannot see workflow tokens in Orchestrator (2058033)
Date Published: 9/3/2013

VMware vCenter Server
Storage DRS keeps VMDKs together and does not allocate to most optimal datastore (2053792)
Date Published: 9/5/2013
Installing or upgrading the vCenter Single Sign-On component of vCenter Server 5.1 on Windows fails with the error: Error 1335 with ssoser~1.cab (2057691)
Date Published: 9/4/2013

VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager
VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager service fails with the error: Panic: Assert Failed: “!vmKernelIp.empty()” @ d:/build/ob/bora-820150/srm/src/storage/vc/accessMapUtil.cpp:108 (2057469)
Date Published: 9/2/2013
Restore vSphere Replication 1.0.x if ESXi Server Host is Moved (2051389)
Date Published: 9/2/2013

VMware vCloud Automation Center
Cannot provision virtual machines using VBscript customization in the vCloud Automation Center blueprint (2058304)
Date Published: 9/5/2013

VMware vCloud Director
VMware vCloud Director cannot add same template to vApp multiple times (2048054)
Date Published: 9/4/2013
VMware vCloud Director Web site reports an incorrect or huge number for CPU or memory allocations on an Organization vDC (2058683)
Date Published: 9/6/2013

VMware vFabric Hyperic Server
Data is not averaged in VMware vFabric Hyperic Server (2055715)
Date Published: 9/6/2013

VMware vFabric Postgres
Resolving B-Tree index sibling errors in VMware Postgres (2053886)
Date Published: 9/6/2013

VMware vSphere Data Protection
vSphere Data Protection appliance fails with the error: Cannot open the disk /vmfs/volumes/xxxxxxxx-xxx/vm_disk.vmdk or one of the snapshot disk it depends on (2056256)
Date Published: 9/5/2013

VMware Workstation
Editing the .vmx file of a VMware Workstation and VMware Player virtual machine (2057902)
Date Published: 9/4/2013
Restricting virtual machines in VMware Workstation 10 (2058671)
Date Published: 9/4/2013
Evaluating VMware Fusion and Workstation (2057823)
Date Published: 9/4/2013
Upgrading from VMware Workstation 9 to VMware Workstation 10 (2056782)
Date Published: 9/4/2013
Downloading and installing VMware Workstation (2057907)
Date Published: 9/4/2013
Downgrading from VMware Workstation 10 to VMware Workstation 9 (2056784)
Date Published: 9/4/2013