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  • by Donna Goodison
    ‘It provides us with some tailwinds that should be able to help us bring more integrated solutions together for customers,’ said Andrew Vose, co-founder and CEO of CopperHill Consulting, an AWS Select Consulting Partner and Salesforce implementation partner.
  • by Michael Novinson
    Illumio expects to source most of its business through the channel as soon as this year, and is currently enhancing its products to make them more operationally friendly for MSSPs, says CEO Andrew Rubin.
  • by Dylan Martin
    To fight back against the growing influence of AMD, Nvidia, Arm and other companies in the semiconductor industry, new Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger is enacting a whirlwind of organizational changes, both on the manufacturing side and the product side. CRN reviews the eight biggest changes.
  • by Kyle Alspach
    With its ‘One Lenovo’ strategy now kicking into high gear, the company says it’s bringing together its PC and data center businesses into a unified partner program in early 2022.
  • by C.J. Fairfield
    ‘If you‘re not thinking about managed services or services in general, your business is going to stagnate,’ says Tom Turkot, vice president of sales at ACP CreativIT.
  • by William Lam
    One of the exciting new features of the Tanzu Kubernetes Grid (TKG) 1.3 release is the support for NSX Advanced Load Balancer (NSX ALB) as a Layer-4 load balancer solution for your Kubernetes (K8s) based workloads. Most recently, there were a couple of customer inquiries asking whether TKG 1.3 and NSX ALB is supported on […]
  • by William Lam
    One really cool feature of Tanzu Kubernetes Grid (TKG) is the ability to bring your custom images (BYOI) which can then be used to deploy TKG Workload Clusters. To do so, customers will need to use Kubernetes (K8s) Image Builder tool to author new OVA images and then make TKG aware by updating the Tanzu […]
  • by William Lam
    It has only been about two months since our jammed packed v0.6 release of the VMware Event Broker Appliance (VEBA) solution but the adoption and feedback has been extremely well received by our community. Within the first week or so, we already had a number of folks who had successfully deployed the new version and […]
  • by William Lam
    Happy to share that our popular USB Network Native Driver for ESXi Fling has now been updated to v1.8 which primarily adds support for ESXi 7.0 Update 2! This release also resolves a recent PSOD issue that a few folks in the community were hitting when using multiple USB NICs. For more details, please see […]
  • by William Lam
    A simple question with a simple answer, yes! I have seen this question get asked in various internal Slack channels on whether you can deploy both Tanzu Kubernetes Grid (TKG) and vSphere with Tanzu (formally Project Pacific) on the same vSphere Cluster? If you were an early user of TKG, you may recall that if […]
  • by William Lam
    Although I come across a fair amount of interesting and challenging questions posed by our customers, I have to say this is certainly one of the more stranger question that continues to surface every so often. The question itself is fairly straight forward, but what I find strange is the reasoning and justifications for needing […]
  • by William Lam
    It has been awhile since I have updated my Tanzu Kubernetes Grid (TKG) Demo Appliance Fling and I know a number of folks have been asking for an update. Today, I am happy to share that the TKG Demo Appliance v1.3.1 Fling is now available! What's New: Support for the latest TKG 1.3.1 (Patch 1) […]
  • by William Lam
    The default password expiry for vSphere Single-Sign On (SSO) users within the vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA) is 90 days and this of course be changed to match your organizations policy. Although the vSphere UI can remind you right before your password expires, you may want to manually check or proactively inventory this information periodically. To […]
  • by William Lam
    After many months of planning and discussions, today I am excited to share the Supermicro 2021 Homelab Group Buy with the VMware Community! 🥳 A big thanks to both Supermicro and the Aspen Systems team for supporting this community initiative. Details This group buy is for a barebones (includes CPU) Supermicro E300-9D-8CN-8TP, which is a […]
  • by William Lam
    When an ESXi host crashes, the generated core dump can be sent over the network to a remote core dump server. The vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA) can be configured as a destination by enabling the built-in vSphere Dump Collector service. By default, the storage repository for the vSphere Dump Collector service is configured to 2GB […]
  • by Andrea Mauro
    Reading Time: 2 minutes Usually the update process of Veeam’s software is really easy and simple. But recently I got a strange issue during the patching of Veeam Backup & Replication 10. It was not possible complete it because the Console part got an error. To update process of the console part (but also for […]
  • by Andrea Mauro
    Reading Time: 2 minutes The VCSA update procedure is usually easy and simple and can be performed from the VAMI as explained in a previous post: Manage VCSA updates with VAMI. But sometimes may failed for different reasons. For example a package installation failure, like this: In this case will be impossible resume or stop […]
  • by Andrea Mauro
    Reading Time: 4 minutes Evolution of the security landscape The digital security landscape has changed faster in the last years and more in the last months with the COVID-19 pandemic. People are working more and more from home with smart working, but not all companies are prepared to secure those access and their digital workspace. […]
  • by Andrea Mauro
    Reading Time: < 1 minute Join VMware executives, customers and industry thought leaders for an online event discussing the need for a modern network. They will showcase VMware’s Virtual Cloud Network, and highlight networking solutions that deliver agility, transparency and simplicity. Virtual Cloud Network Event – EMEA November 17, 2020 | 11:00 AM CET The […]
  • by Andrea Mauro
    Reading Time: 14 minutes VMware Horizon is an End User Computing (EUC) solution that simplifies administration and delivery of personalized virtual desktops, remote sessions, and applications. The Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) part (in past called VMware View) consists of several components and delivers a secure optimized virtual desktop infrastructure: Virtual Desktops are the virtual machines […]
  • by Dimitri de Swart
    In my previous blog post I wrote about using NetApp Trident for orchestrating Kubernetes Persistent Volumes running on NetApp ONTAP storage. In Part 1 I’ve explained installing and configuring Trident and how to create and resize a Persistent Volume. One of the advantages using Trident… The post Kubernetes persistent volumes with NetApp Trident – Part […]
  • by Dimitri de Swart
    When you followed my blogs lately then you know that I recently installed Rancher locally in my homelab and deployed an RKE Kubernetes cluster on vSphere using Rancher with a simple WordPress workload that makes use of persistent storage on vSphere. For this to happen,… The post Kubernetes persistent volumes with NetApp Trident – Part […]
  • by Dimitri de Swart
    In my previous post, I showed you how to install Rancher on k3s running on top of VMware vSphere 7. Once installed, Rancher makes it easy to deploy, run and manage Kubernetes everywhere. This post will take you to the next level and shows you… The post How to deploy RKE on vSphere with Rancher […]
  • by Anne Jan Elsinga
    A couple of months ago, Alex and I were talking about the ‘vMotion’ of Dimitri de Swart from VMware to NetApp. We wanted to know why anyone would move from a virtualization company to a ‘legacy’ storage vendor. Luckily Dimitri wrote a rather extensive post… The post Interview with a NetApp Cloud Architect | VMGuru […]
  • by Dimitri de Swart
    In this blog I’ll explain how to install Rancher on a high-available k3s kubernetes cluster with an embedded etcd database and kube-vip as the load balancer in front of the kubernetes controlplane. For those who don’t know Rancher, Rancher is an enterprise container management platform… The post How to install Rancher on k3s appeared first […]
  • by Rory Monaghan
    On this week’s episode of the podcast I dive into some of the “leaked” info regarding a potential Windows 11, I talk about the upcoming release of Visio for Office 365 customers, I cover a worrying attack surface in enterprise … Read more The post Episode 181 – Windows 11 Details, New Visio for o365, […]
  • by Rory Monaghan
    On this week’s episode of the podcast I cover some news about the June patches, discuss the major Internet disruption that occurred on Tuesday, the announcement of the acquisition of ExtraHop, my highlights from the WWDC event plus more! This … Read more The post Episode 180 – Patch Tuesday News, Major Internet Disruption, ExtraHop […]
  • by Rory Monaghan
    I am very fortunate that in my last job, I was a ControlUp customer with access to Scoutbees and now I am beyond thrilled to work full-time for ControlUp. One of the first things I did when joining ControlUp was … Read more The post Detecting and Resolving my Website Issues with Scoutbees appeared first […]
  • by Rory Monaghan
    Carrying on from my previous post on building an Automated Application Packaging Factory with Robotic Process Automation, I have been looking for ways to further streamline the process and wouldn’t you know it, Microsoft just released version 1.0 of the … Read more The post Windows Package Manager to Streamline Automation appeared first on Rorymon.com.
  • by Rory Monaghan
    On this week’s episode of the podcast I cover an exciting Microsoft event due to take place at the end of June, the news of yet another large company that got hit with Ransomware and much more! This episode is … Read more The post Episode 179 – Stack Overflow Acquired, WVD Update, Norton Crypto […]
  • by /u/creamycat1
    I am having problems in getting virgl and 3d acceleration working in kvm with Linux Guest VMs. My host OS is Arch Linux, and my GPU info: Graphics: Device-1: NVIDIA GF119 [GeForce GT 610] driver: nvidiafb v: kernel Device-2: NVIDIA TU116 [GeForce GTX 1650 SUPER] driver: nouveau v: kernel Display: x11 server: X.Org 1.20.11 driver: […]
  • by /u/Dalleuh
    Hi, after a discussion with a senior engineer, he said that only vmware can do legit love migration with no downtime with vmotion, but after a google search I got confusing responses. So here am I out of curiosity, as of today, which hypervisors can do live migration seamlessly ? thanks submitted by /u/Dalleuh [link] […]
  • by /u/xilanthro
    Hi! – I'm running VirtualBox 6.1 on macOS 10.13.6 and this morning the VirtualBox Manager had the focus when I went to do something in iTerm2 or maybe in a Slack session in FireFox, and lo & behold up pops this extremely useful floating window showing a dynamic graph of CPU and RAM usage and […]
  • by /u/SnickerBarz12
    So I have a virtual machine running windows 10 on a laptop, my specs are GTX 1060, 16GB ram, and an i7 7700. Now I allocated 2 cores with 4GBs of ram and am primarily trying to run the game assault cube which is an older game and should have no trouble running with it […]
  • by /u/moustafa-7
    Can anyone give me a brief description of how cloud providers are built from a backend point of view and their tech stack? Thanks submitted by /u/moustafa-7 [link] [comments]
  • by Duncan Epping
    Some of you may have noticed it already, and some may not, but a lot of the configuration details that were traditionally stored in “esx.conf” have now moved elsewhere. The question is where did it go? Well it went into “configstore” and with “configstore” now also comes a commandline interface called “configstorecli”. I briefly mentioned […]
  • by Duncan Epping
    Last week there was a question on VMTN around maintenance mode, this customer wanted to find out which vSAN Maintenance Mode option was used while the host was placed in maintenance mode. The person who placed the host into maintenance wasn’t around, and I guess the customer wanted to know if data was moved from […]
  • by Duncan Epping
    Today I was talking to one of our field folks and he asked if there was an issue with Tags in combination with vCLS VMs in 7.0 U2b specifically. I had tested assigning tags to vCLS VMs before, and it worked just fine. With 7.0 U2b unfortunately this has stopped working. The error you will […]
  • by Duncan Epping
    There was an interesting question on the VMware VMTN Community this week, although I wrote about this in 2016 I figured I would do a short write-up again as the procedure changed since 7.0u1. The question was if it was possible to make a particular host in a cluster the vSphere HA primary (or master […]
  • by Duncan Epping
    Some of you may have seen the blog that William Lam posted last year titled the “VMUG Advantage Homelab Group Buy Discount”. Some of you may have not seen this. Basically, William worked with the VMUG on a discount for the VMUG Advantage Program. Why am I posting this? Well, I am pleased to announce […]
  • by Paolo Valsecchi
    Nakivo: storing backups on Data Domain with DD Boost Nakivo backup & Replication supports the EMC Data Domain with DD Boost protocol to increase backup speed and optimize disk space. DD Boost is a protocol that optimizes performance since offloads part of the Data Domain deduplication to the backup application side: Less network load – […]
  • by Paolo Valsecchi
    Veeam v11: Linux Backup Proxy configuration In Veeam Backup & Replication v11, Linux Backup Proxy has been improved and now works in the same way as Windows version providing all the available features. Linux Backup Proxy has been introduced in previous version providing hot-add capability only, but with Veeam Backup & Replication v11 all transport […]
  • by Paolo Valsecchi
    VeeamON Tour EMEA 2021 VeeamON Tour is the upcoming free and virtual event by Veeam that covers latest Veeam releases and features to accelerate your data protection strategy. This June VeeamON Tour will be available in the following local languages: Russian, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Polish, and Baltics.   VeeamON Tour EMEA 2021   Main Topics […]
  • by Paolo Valsecchi
    Migrating a Citrix XenServer VM to VMware If you need to migrate a Citrix XenServer VM to VMware vSphere platform, there is a specific procedure to follow since a direct migration is not supported. The migration procedure is composed by three steps: export, disk conversion, finalization.   Export XenServer VM to VMware To export a […]
  • by Paolo Valsecchi
    Nakivo: best practices to backup VMware vSphere VMs Backup is the only way to protect your data in case of a disaster and to ensure data integrity you should follow the best practices to backup VMware vSphere VMs. To backup VMware vSphere virtual machines, there are some rules you should follow to be sure that […]
  • by varun
    Reading Time: 5 minutes In the previous blog – Part 2, I shared some of the on-demand courses available on-line and the ones I shortlisted for my studies and the reasons why. In part 3, I’ll share my study approach, synopsis and tips for the CKA and CKAD exams… The post Kubernetes – Part 3: […]
  • by varun
    Reading Time: 4 minutes In the previous blog – Part 1, we discussed the need for learning Kubernetes (K8s), the certifications that CNCF/LF offer, pre-requisites, my motivation and answers to a few queries from a non-developer perspective. In this Part 2, I’ll share some of the on-demand courses available on-line for CKA and CKAD and […]
  • by varun
    Reading Time: 4 minutes In this Part 1, I’ll discuss my motivation, why the need for Kubernetes (K8s), the certifications that CNCF/LF offer, pre-requisites and answers to a few queries from a non-developer perspective… The post Kubernetes – Part 1: Why the need? Certifications (CKA, CKAD, CKS), pre-requisites, queries and motivation. appeared first on Virtualization […]
  • by varun
    Reading Time: 3 minutes After executing the firmware upgrade package, it throws the error “Package and System Mismatch”, “Update failed”…“Update is not meant for this system”. My ‘use case’ was relevant to upgrading firmware of “IBM ServerRaid M5110” on a non-IBM server i.e. Supermicro X10DRi, but this process could also be applied to any LSI […]
  • by varun
    Reading Time: 3 minutes I wrote my first blog on 21st November 2018 and here I am, less than a couple of years later – one of my blogs (Home Lab Setup – Nested ESXi Host’s networking for NSX-T) being the first to cross 10K views and few more in the pipeline to reach the […]

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