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Hi everyone, this week we bring you our featured article "The Next Virtualization Administrator”.


By Joe DePasquale

There is no doubt that IT changes at a rapid pace, not only from a technology perspective, but from an organizational perspective as well. About 10 years ago the OPEX and CAPEX benefits of virtualization propelled the industry in new directions, reducing the need for segregated physical servers while increasing the need for a new breed – the virtualization administrator. These pioneers came from all types of backgrounds, but most came from server administration – no doubt creating a few silos along the way.


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As you are probably also aware this week we released vSphere 6.0 for download. Along with this we also released updates to many of our other solutions. Here is a list of many of the releases from the March 12 Release cycle.



VMware vSphere 6.0n (ESXi, vCenter) 6
VMware vRealize Operations for Horizon 6.x 6.1.0
VMware vRealize Automation 6.x 6.2.1
VMware vRealize Orchestrator 6.x 6.0.1
vRealize Business Advanced\Enterprise 8.x 8.2.1
vRealize Business Standard 6.x 6.1.0
vRealize Business Standard 6.x for vSphere 6.1
vRealize Code Stream 1.x  1.1.0
vRealize Infrastructure Navigator 5.x 5.8.4
vRealize Operations Manager 5.x 5.8.5
VMware vCloud Networking and Security 5.5.4
VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager 6.x 6
VMware Virtual SAN 6.x  6
VMware vSphere Data Protection 6.x 6
VMware vSphere Replication 6.x 6
VMware Integrated Open Stack 1
VMware View 6.x 6.1
VMware Horizon Client for Windows 3.x 3.3
VMware Workspace Portal 2.x  2.1.1
VMware App Volumes 2.x  2.6
VMware vSphere PowerCLI 6.x  6
vRealize Orchestrator Active Directory plugin 2.0.0
vRealize Orchestrator vRealize Automation plugin 6.2.1

 

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    ALERT: Important Information Before Upgrading to vSphere 6 (http://blogs.vmware.com/kb/?p=6444)Before upgrading your environment to vSphere 6.0, VMware would like everyone to read the following KB article for important information regarding: Compatibility Considerations Database Considerations Backup and Restore Considerations Please proceed to read this article: Important Information Before Upgrading to vSphere 6.0 (2110293) Any updates to this information will be made in the KB article […]

     

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    vSphere 6.0 Lockdown Modes (https://blogs.vmware.com/vsphere/?p=16641)  Lockdown mode has been around in various forms for many releases. The behaviors have changed a few times since 5.1 with varying levels of usability success. For vSphere 6.0 we are trying to address some of these issues. Personally, what I’d love to see happen with all customers running V6.0 is that you run […]

     

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    The Next Virtualization Administrator (http://blogs.vmware.com/tam/?p=2007)By Joe DePasquale There is no doubt that IT changes at a rapid pace, not only from a technology perspective, but from an organizational perspective as well. About 10 years ago the OPEX and CAPEX benefits of virtualization propelled the industry in new directions, reducing the need for segregated physical servers while increasing the need […]

     

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    EMEA VCI of the Quarter Awarded to Andy Fox (http://blogs.vmware.com/education/?p=5341)EMEA VMware Certified Instructor (VCI) of the Quarter award is a regular prize given to those VCIs that aspire to be the best of the best. The awards are our version of the “Oscars,” identifying and rewarding excellence. The award recognises outstanding VCIs from the EMEA region who share their expertise about VMware technologies with others. The award is […]

     

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    Live VCDX Workshop Schedule (http://blogs.vmware.com/education/?p=5334)Last week we talked about the VCDX Workshop Online Webinar but there are several opportunities to attend the workshop in person over the next few months, many in conjunction with VMUG UserCon events. We’ve arranged to deliver the workshop at these upcoming events – join us! Location Date Facility Speaker Sign up Netherlands 3/18/15 conferentiecentrum 1931 […]

     

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    What’s New? In a word “Everything”! (http://blogs.vmware.com/consulting/?p=2101)Lots of version releases this week.  Great work to all teams involved! VMware vSphere 6.0n (ESXi, vCenter) 6 12-Mar-15 Download Documentation Release Notes VMware vRealize Operations for Horizon 6.x 6.1.0 12-Mar-15 Download Documentation Release Notes VMware vRealize Automation 6.x 6.2.1 12-Mar-15 Download Documentation Release Notes VMware vRealize Orchestrator 6.x 6.0.1 12-Mar-15 Download Documentation Release Notes […]

     

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    Capacity Management in SDDC – Part 2 (http://blogs.vmware.com/management/?p=6111)In our previous post, we shared that capacity management in the software defined data center (SDDC) needs to be split into two different aspects: VM level infrastructure level. In this post, I will cover capacity management at VM level. I shared earlier that this aspect should be managed by the application team (which is the customer […]

     

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    VMware’s vRealize Air Compliance Beta is open (http://blogs.vmware.com/management?p=6212&preview_id=6212)Find out you can drive security and compliance by automating the detection of non-compliant infrastructure against industry best practices and hardening guidelines – without manual effort or custom scripting. VMware® vRealize™Air™ Compliance enables organizations to continuously monitor their virtual infrastructure for critical compliance and security issues. Its real-time, event driven assessments of non-compliant configuration changes, […]

     

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    Capacity Management in SDDC – Part 1 (http://blogs.vmware.com/management/?p=6119)Capacity management changes drastically with virtualization. In this series of posts, we will explain why it is one of the areas that is greatly impacted by virtualization. We will cover the following: Why capacity management is split into 2 distinct areas How you should perform capacity management at the VM level How you should perform […]

     

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    Create a Pipeline in vRealize Code Stream (http://blogs.vmware.com/management/?p=6245)In a typical release delivery process, after Dev checks in their enhancements or new features, often several additional groups need to test, stage, and accept the release prior to putting it into production. Not only does the process to deploy and test at each stage often take a long time, groups typically run into issues with coordination and […]

     

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    vCloud Air OnDemand. No Credit Card? No Problem! (http://blogs.vmware.com/vcloud/?p=5039)Need instant access to a production ready public cloud that you can use to seamlessly extend your VMware vSphere® environment? With VMware vCloud® Air™ Virtual Private Cloud OnDemand, you can easily provision the resources you need, while only paying for what you use. Virtual Private Cloud OnDemand is offered as a pay-as-you-go service, designed to meet […]

     


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    Introducing A New Release of VMware Horizon 6! (http://blogs.vmware.com/euc/?p=7360)By Shankar Iyer, VP of Product Management, Desktop Solutions, End-User Computing, VMware I am excited to announce today the newest release of VMware Horizon 6 featuring advanced capabilities for application publishing, 3D application support through high-performance virtual desktops, enhanced Chromebook support, software-defined data center optimizations including network virtualization benefits from VMware NSX, and new features […]

     

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    Subscription Purchasing Program (http://blogs.vmware.com/partnernews/?p=1651)The Subscription Purchasing Program (SPP) is a new, simpler and flexible channel transaction model for VMware vCloud Air Virtual Private Cloud OnDemand and VMware Horizon Air, and an alternative to credit card billing for customers. SPP provides partners a way to seed accounts with OnDemand and preserve the billing relationship with customers.

     

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    Horizon Mirage joins the PowerCLI club (http://www.virtu-al.net/?p=3330)VMware Horizon Mirage is a product in VMware’s EUC range of products that manage images across physical desktops and point of service devices. It uses something called layers to simplify OS and application rollouts.... Horizon Mirage joins the PowerCLI club 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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    When To Use Multiple Subnet iSCSI Network Design (http://wahlnetwork.com/?p=12586)Did you know that some iSCSI design scenarios can benefit from multiple subnets? Read further to find out how this affects your iSCSI architecture. The post When To Use Multiple Subnet iSCSI Network Design appeared first on Wahl Network . Related posts: Exercise Caution Using Dynamic Discovery for Multi-Homed iSCSI Targets Avoid LACP with iSCSI Port Binding or Multi-NIC vMotion Storage Network Design on the Packet Pushers Podcast Breaking Silos: An Open Chat on Networking and Virtualization Building…

     

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    Get your download engines running, vSphere 6.0 is here! (http://www.yellow-bricks.com/?p=16017)Advertise here with BSA Yes the day is finally there, vSphere 6.0 / SRM / VSAN (and more) finally available. So where do you find it? Well that is simple… here: ESXi 6.0 vCenter Server 6.0 vSphere Data Protection 6.0 vSphere Replication 6.0 vRealize Orchestrator Appliance 6.0.1 VMware vCenter Operations Manager Foundation 5.8.5 vCenter Site Recovery Manager 6.0 VMware […] " Get your download engines running, vSphere 6.0 is here! " originally appeared on Yellow-Bricks.com . Follow me on…

     

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    All Flash VSAN – One versus multiple disk groups (http://www.yellow-bricks.com/?p=16010)Advertise here with BSA A while ago I wrote this article on the topic of “one versus multiple disk groups“. The summary was that you can start with a single disk group, but that from a failure domain perspective having multiple disk groups is definitely preferred. Also from a performance stance there could be a benefit. So the question now […] " All Flash VSAN – One versus multiple disk groups " originally appeared on Yellow-Bricks.com . Follow me on twitter - @DuncanYB. Pre-order my…

     

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    Virtual Volumes primer (http://www.yellow-bricks.com/?p=15989)Advertise here with BSA I was digging through my blog for a link to a virtual volumes primer article and I realized I never wrote one. I did an article which described what Virtual Volumes (VVol) is in 2012 but that is it. I am certain that Virtual Volumes is a feature that will be heavily used with vSphere 6.0 and […] " Virtual Volumes primer " originally appeared on Yellow-Bricks.com . Follow me on twitter - @DuncanYB. Pre-order my upcoming book Essential Virtual SAN via Pearson today!

     


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    vSphere release cycle bounces back to the old VI3 days (http://vsphere-land.com/?p=5543)Back in 2013 I did a post comparing number of days between major vSphere releases that highlighted VMware’s fast pace of delivering new vSphere versions. That fast pace has now slowed down considerably with vSphere 6.0 as VMware wasn’t able to keep up with the zippy one year cycle they had fallen into. Now with the … Continue reading » [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

     

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    Only 4 vendors support VVOLs on Day 1 of vSphere 6 GA (http://vsphere-land.com/?p=5530)VMware has added a new category to their Hardware Compatibility Guide specifically to show vendor support for Virtual Volumes (VVOLs) called vSphere APIs for Virtual Volumes (VVols). On Day 1 of the vSphere 6 launch just 4 partners showed up as supporting VVOLs on their storage arrays, those partners & supported models are shown below: … Continue reading » [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

     

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    Maximum Virtual CPU support cut in half in vSphere 6.0 (http://vsphere-land.com/?p=5520)I was reviewing the Configuration Maximums document for vSphere 6.0 which was released today and comparing it to vSphere 5.5 to see what has changed and noticed that the maximum Virtual CPU support (vCPU) was reduced by half from 4,096 in vSphere 5.5 to 2,048 in vSphere 6.0. Not sure if this is a typo … Continue reading » [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

     

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    vSphere 6.0 is now available! (http://vsphere-land.com/?p=5512)You can download it here. Also check out the documentation here, the first doc that I always go to is the Configuration Maximums to see how things have grown. And be sure to read through my Summary of What’s New in vSphere 6.0 post and check out my huge vSphere 6.0 Link-O-Rama.   [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

     

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    New white paper and webinar on management of hyper-converged environments (http://vsphere-land.com/?p=5508)I recently wrote a white paper for SolarWinds on the impact of management in hyper-converged environments and will also be presenting a webinar along with fellow vExpert Kong Yang from SolarWinds on that topic next week. If you’re interested give it a read and I look forward to seeing you next week. Webinar: Hyper-convergence: Is it … Continue reading » [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

     

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    History of the Top vBlog Part II (http://vsphere-land.com/?p=5498)This years top blog voting is already in progress and while we wait to see the results I thought I’d refresh a post I did that provides a retrospect on how the top blog voting started and also comparing the voting results over the years. 2008 – The beginning Many years ago I used to do … Continue reading » [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

     

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    Voting now open for the 2015 top VMware & virtualization blogs (http://vsphere-land.com/?p=5489)The number of blogs devoted to VMware and virtualization continues to grow, this year there are more than 400 of them on the ballot. Here’s your chance to show your appreciation to the bloggers for all their hard work by picking your favorites which will determine the top blogs for 2015. Last year over 1,400 people … Continue reading » [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

     

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    vRealize Automation 6.2.1 released (http://vcdx56.com/?p=5312)A new version of the vRealize Automation (vRA) formerly known as vCloud Automation Center (vCAC) software was released yesterday, actually the same day as when vSphere 6.0 was released. Based on that and the fact that is just a minor release i can unedrstand it didn’t got that much attention. However, there are one really … Continue reading »

     

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    Two years as a blogger (http://vcdx56.com/?p=5305)Today, March 13 2015, i have been a blogger for two years. During my first year as a blogger i posted 113 blog posts and the last year i followed up with 116 blog posts meaning a total of 229 blog posts. As i mention in my one year as a blogger summary, which you … Continue reading »

     

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    vRealize Automation monitoring (http://vcdx56.com/?p=5233)Since i started to work as a consultant back in 2007 monitoring has been part of pretty much all design, implementations and heath checks i have done. Every now and then i receive questions about how to implement monitoring for certain software and this week i received a question about monitoring the vRealize Automation (vRA)  formerly … Continue reading »

     

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    Top vBlog 2015 voting is now open (http://vcdx56.com/?p=5279)As usual, Eric Siebert, has made an awesome job putting together the annual top vBlog voting for the best virtualization blogs and i just wanted to let you know that the 2015 voting is now open unless you haven’t seen that already. There are more than 400 blog to select from so you got plenty of … Continue reading »

     

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    VMware vSphere Update Manager service fails (http://vcdx56.com/?p=4930)So a few days back i had some problem with the VMware Windows based vSphere Update Manager (VUM) Server that didn’t start after rebooting the virtual machine (VM) where the service runs. All other VMware related services running on the VM started without any problem. vCenter Server (and VUM) version running was 5.5.U1b was running … Continue reading »

     

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    vSphere 6.0 Install Pt. 4: vCenter Upgrade Best Practices (http://www.derekseaman.com/?p=2505)Advertise here with BSA Upgrades can be scary times with any enterprise product. The more your critical infrastructure relies on a particular solution, or set of solutions, the more imperative it is you fully understand and test the new product. Prior vSphere releases has taught us that thorough testing cannot be skipped and you should not rush a new product into production. No product […] The post vSphere 6.0 Install Pt. 4: vCenter Upgrade Best Practices appeared first on Derek Seaman's Blog . …

     

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    Ready, set, go! Download vSphere 6.0 NOW (http://www.derekseaman.com/?p=2627)Advertise here with BSA After some teasing at VMworld 2014, and a few more sessions at PEX 2015, vSphere 6.0 is finally available for download! If you are in a big hurry to download, here are some useful links. vSphere 6.0 release notes can be found here. As always, TEST TEST TEST before putting this into production. Also remember […] The post Ready, set, go! Download vSphere 6.0 NOW appeared first on Derek Seaman's Blog .                     Related Stories vSphere 6.0 Install Pt. 4:…

     

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    Top Blogger Voting in Full Swing! (http://www.derekseaman.com/?p=2621)Advertise here with BSA Each year Eric Siebert over at vSphere-land.com spends an enormous amount of time setting up the top blogger voting. This recognizes the very hard work that the top bloggers do, and the support they give to the community. Recognition is always fun, but shouldn’t be the primary purpose to blog. So this year you, again, […] The post Top Blogger Voting in Full Swing! appeared first on Derek Seaman's Blog .                     

     

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    VMware vRealize Operations Manager 6.0.1 & Dell Storage Speed Run (http://www.boche.net/blog/?p=5060)For the most part – 12:38 was my time. There are a few spots where I could improve but what you see here is what you get – a quick video I threw together outlining a simple VMware vRealize Operations Manager 6.0.1 appliance deployment, including: vCenter adapter configuration Active Directory role integration Dell Storage Solutions […] 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…

     


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    NetApp cDOT, RDB, & Epsilon (http://datacenterdude.com/?p=2439)NetApp clustered Data ONTAP is designed to provide a solution that eliminates downtime and offers feature-rich scale-out, cloud-ready storage. This is done by taking a series of HA pairs and connecting them via a cluster network backend to provide a single namespace, single point of management and "pay as you grow" functionality.

     

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    It’s time for the annual vBlog voting – Only 2 days left (http://www.viktorious.nl/?p=5198)The post It’s time for the annual vBlog voting – Only 2 days left appeared first on viktorious.nl - Virtualization & Cloud Management . It's time for the 2015 Top vBlog Voting. Take a minute or 2 to let Eric Siebert know what your favorite blog is! Last year over 1400 people voted on the 320 different blogs, all devoted to VMware & virtualization. For an overview of all the blogs, take a look at the vLaunchpad .All blogs that are included in the vLaunchpad are participating in the voting.…

     

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    Project VRC ‘State of the VDI and SBC union 2015′ – Sneak preview (http://www.viktorious.nl/?p=5235)The post Project VRC ‘State of the VDI and SBC union 2015′ – Sneak preview appeared first on viktorious.nl - Virtualization & Cloud Management . A couple of weeks ago I've asked you to participate in the Project VRC "State of the VDI and SBC union 2015" survey. This survey ran until February 15th, the full report including all the results will be published in a couple of weeks. I hoped you participated in this survey. Let's take a look at what Project VRC and the State of the…

     

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    Internet facing vRA: Some considerations (http://www.viktorious.nl/?p=4672)The post Internet facing vRA: Some considerations appeared first on viktorious.nl - Virtualization & Cloud Management . This article discusses important considerations if you want to connect vRealize Automation (vRA) directly to the internet. The article doesn't discuss if you should do or want to do this, this all depends on your specific requirements. Let's first take a look at the different components vRA consists of: Identity appliance - Responsible for authentication/authorization…

     

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    Are you ready for the NLVMUG Usercon 2015? (http://www.viktorious.nl/?p=5192)The post Are you ready for the NLVMUG Usercon 2015? appeared first on viktorious.nl - Virtualization & Cloud Management . It's almost time for the 2015 edition of the NLVMUG Usercon. The NLVMUG Usercon is successor of the very successful Dutch VMUG Event, the annual meeting of the Netherlands VMware Usergroup. Mark your agenda and head to 's-Hertogenbosch (or call it Den Bosch if it's easier for you) on March 19th for some good keynotes, breakout sessions and an NSX bootcamp. Mister Joe…

     

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    VMware Horizon news: Desktop transformation solution for every type of user (http://vinfrastructure.it/?p=15528)End User Computing (EUC) scenario has change in the last year… not one single killer application for all cases, but multiple Technologies for different user cases or customers needs. Does not make sense say that this could be the year of VDI… VDI is growing but will never been a killer application… just one solution with its market segment. But there are also Apps and RemoteApps, DaaS, FLEX, Mobile, Managed desktop/laptop, and lot of other solutions! VMware still consider the EUC a main pillar, but…

     

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    VMware vCloud Suite 6.0 is now available (http://vinfrastructure.it/?p=15755)Finally, after the official announce of one month ago (and after 2,5 year after the VMware vCloud Suite 5.5 GA), the new vCloud Suite 6.0 (but also the single products like vSphere 6.0) it’s in GA and available on the download site (so the rumors about the 12th March as possible release date were true). Also the offical documention site has been update to the new products: VMware vCloud Suite 6.0 – Download – Documentation VMware vSphere 6.0 – Download – Documentation VMware vSphere Hypervisor…

     

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    X-IO launches all flash array storage solution (http://vinfrastructure.it/?p=15726)Seems the all flash (or full flash) storage momentum: most of the storage vendor are announcing a full flash solution, in the past months. For sure means more attention (and probably more demand) of this kind of storage, considering that some years ago there were only few solutions available. X-IO is a storage vendor with a really long term (over two decades with different names) of expertise to deliver unmatched price/performance for enterprise applications. I’ve already wrote about their history, their…

     

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    Scale Computing make virtualization simple (and different) (http://vinfrastructure.it/?p=15505)Scale Computing has an interesting storage hyperconverged solution: its HC3® platform can be used for small- and medium-sized businesses but also in some enterprise departments with a simple (and different) approach to virtualization and storage. As data requirements at organizations of every size continue to require more storage assets and additional compute power, virtualization becomes a more-attractive option. For IT staffs at smaller organizations, the introduction of a virtualization layer can add…

     

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    More thoughts about the cross vCenter vMotion (http://vinfrastructure.it/?p=15688)As written in a previous post, the new VMware vSphere 6.0 introduce several enhancements in the vMotion by adding more VM mobility. If the long distance vMotion seems the big news, in my opinion the best and most amazing news is the cross vCenter vMotion (that could also be a long distance vMotion, but not necessary). Moving a VM across vCenters seems a big challenge and bring new level of freedom in the VM… like the vMotion 1.0 it can liberate a VM from its boundaries: in vMotion 1.0 the boundary was the…

     


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KB ARTICLES

 

Desktop
How to use License Tracker Tool in My VMware (2108170)
Date Published: 3/2/2015
My VMware
Changing the payment method for a Subscription Service to a Subscription Fund (2102043)
Date Published: 3/7/2015
VMware ESXi
Migrating virtual machine may cause guest operating system clock to fall behind real time (2108828)
Date Published: 3/3/2015
Migrating a virtual machine configured with Virtual Hardware version 7/8 to an ESXi host with newer CPU generation fails with the error: The virtual machine requires hardware features that are unsupported or disabled on the target host (2109065)
Date Published: 3/4/2015
VMware Fusion
Installation/Configuration of CoreOS OVA image (2109161)
Date Published: 3/2/2015
VMware Mirage
VMware Mirage Management Server fails during installation with the error: Quiet exec failed running process (2105800)
Date Published: 3/2/2015
Mirage considers specific BIOS and UUID as missing numbers for device identification (2107820)
Date Published: 3/2/2015
VMware NSX for vSphere
Connecting virtual machines to a Logical Switch fails with the error: Failed to connect virtual device ethernet0 in VMware NSX for vSphere 6.x (2107951)
Date Published: 3/6/2015
Publishing VMware NSX for vSphere 6.x Distributed Firewall Rules takes a long time to complete (2109193)
Date Published: 3/4/2015
VMware vCenter Server
The Storage DRS cluster Virtual Machine Settings shows virtual machines that no longer reside in the Storage DRS cluster (2108635)
Date Published: 3/4/2015
VMware vCloud Automation Center
Invalid credentials displayed in VMware vRealize Automation 6.1 Application Services when connecting to Amazon Web Service (2099980)
Date Published: 3/6/2015
VMware vCloud Director
Adding multiple VMware vCenter Servers to VMware vCloud Director you get a warning: Some datastores no longer support the storage policy (2108583)
Date Published: 3/6/2015
VMware vRealize Automation Desktop
Configuring internal vPostgres Database Server for replication in VMware vRealize Automation virtual appliance (2108923)
Date Published: 3/6/2015
VMware vRealize Log Insight
VMware vRealize Log Insight is not accessible after a reboot (2109396)
Date Published: 3/3/2015
VMware vRealize Operations Manager
Datastore clusters and their member datastores are not present in the VMware vRealize Operations Manager 6.x inventory (2108948)
Date Published: 3/2/2015
Automatic deletion of objects from VMware vRealize Operations does not work (2109276)
Date Published: 3/2/2015
Some Horizon properties have no values in VMware vRealize Operations Manager Views and Reports (2109530)
Date Published: 3/5/2015
Data Import fails in VMware vRealize Operations Manager with OutOfMemory errors (2109545)
Date Published: 3/5/2015
Custom Dashboards Migrated from VMware vRealize Operations Manager 5.8.x to 6.x show incorrect resource names (2109639)
Date Published: 3/6/2015
vRealize Operations Manager 6.0.1 Sizing Guidelines (2109312)
Date Published: 3/4/2015
vRealize Operations Manager 6.0 Sizing Guidelines (2109314)
Date Published: 3/4/2015
List of metrics no longer collected by default in vRealize Operations Manager 6.0.1 (2109869)
Date Published: 3/6/2015
User-defined Symptom Definitions might not function as expected in VMware vRealize Operations Manager (2108273)
Date Published: 3/2/2015