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  • by C.J. Fairfield
    ‘NinjaRMM was the name of the company when we started it and we were a one-product company,’ says Sal Sferlazza, NinjaOne CEO. ‘That acronym, remote monitoring and management, is the name of the product that we built. Today we’re more of a platform now because we’re going to be shipping out more products towards the […]
  • by Dylan Martin
    The semiconductor giant calls its new flagship Intel Core i9-12900K the ‘world’s best gaming processor,’ saying it can outperform rival AMD’s 16-core Ryzen 5950X across a variety of games. However, while the chipmaker is claiming a ‘groundbreaking’ hybrid architecture for multi-threaded applications, it didn’t say how the new CPUs compared to AMD’s processors in this […]
  • by Mark Haranas
    ‘The expansion of our platform announced today is a leap forward but it’s just the start of our $500 million commitment to investment in the continent over the next decade,’ says Digital Realty CEO William Stein.
  • by C.J. Fairfield
    ‘You can’t have those difficult conversations … during an emergency. It’s supposed to be on a good day when nothing is the matter that you’re really talking about and dissecting the business’ relationship with technology and how to get there’ says Ryan Coyne, vice president of Overview Technology Solutions.
  • by Wade Tyler Millward
    ‘The case for digital transformation has never been more urgent or more clear,’ Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said during the call for the company’s first quarter of the fiscal year. ‘Digital technology is a deflationary force in an inflationary economy. Businesses small and large can improve productivity and the affordability of their products and services […]
  • by William Lam
    VMware Cloud with Tanzu services is VMware's new managed Kubernetes offering that incorporates the vSphere with Tanzu technology delivered as a managed service as part of our VMware Cloud service offering. The initial release of Tanzu services is currently available on VMware Cloud on AWS, which will require SDDC version 1.16 and a request for […]
  • by William Lam
    Last week the VMware Cloud team released one of the highly requested feature which is the ability to control notification preferences for an individual user, which is provided as part of the VMware Cloud Notification Gateway (NGW) service. Users can now login to the VMware Cloud Console (VMC UI) and on left hand side, you […]
  • by William Lam
    I recently received a question from a customer who was concerned that after a VM has been migrated from one vCenter Server to another using Cross vCenter vMotion, that the original source VM MAC Address could potentially be recycled and re-used at a later point. Back in 2015, I actually wrote about this very topic […]
  • by William Lam
    The simple answer is Yes. Now, you might be wondering why anyone would want to put themselves through the pain without setting up proper DNS and NTP? Well, not all environments have the luxury of having either outbound connectivity and/or access to basic infrastructure services like DNS and NTP. This may come as a surprise […]
  • by William Lam
    After upgrading my homelab to vSphere 7.0 Update 3, I noticed that my VMware Event Broker Appliance (VEBA) vSphere UI Plugin which is included as part of the VEBA Appliance was no longer functioning properly and would display no healthy upstream error message. I initially thought this might be environmental, since I had just upgraded […]
  • by William Lam
    As a follow up to my recent blog post on how to install Metallb as a service load balancer with Tanzu Community Edition (TCE), I also wanted to take a look at the other alternative which is using kube-vip. As mentioned in the previous blog post, I also noticed that Scott Rosenberg, an awesome VMware/Tanzu customer […]
  • by William Lam
    There have been a few questions in the community asking about service load balancer options when using Tanzu Community Edition (TCE). Out of the box, TCE does support NSX Advanced Load Balancer (NSX-ALB), but most folks will probably not have access to NSX-ALB or the resources to set that up. As an alternative, either kube-vip […]
  • by William Lam
    The VMworld 2021 on-demand video library is now available for anyone to watch, simply login with your free VMworld account. I have already watched over a dozen+ session and I am finding more sessions that I need to add to my watch queue. One thing that I wish the VMworld portal provided was a simple […]
  • by William Lam
    There have been a number of questions that have been raised by the community regarding the specific vSphere features and/or editions that is needed to deploy Tanzu Community Edition (TCE). I honestly thought I knew the requirements quite well myself but when it came to specific vSphere Editions, it made me second guess on what […]
  • by William Lam
    One of the new features highlighted in the latest vSphere 7.0 Update 3 release is the integrated NSX-T deployment and configuration workflow found directly within the vSphere UI as shown in the screenshot below. After you click on the the "Install NSX" button, it will prompt for the NSX-T OVA and then take users through […]
  • by Andrea Mauro
    Reading Time: 2 minutes The file-level backup feature introduced in vCSA 6.5 is very powerfull and schedulable (starting with vCSA 6.7) because sometimes the image-level backup may not provide the proper integrity if you have corrupted files inside the VM. Also with vSphere 7.0 is possible monitoring the status of the file-level backup directly from […]
  • by Andrea Mauro
    Reading Time: < 1 minute Meet leading industry experts for hybrid IT infrastructure management during the UPTIME 2021 event. The annual event organized by Runecast will include over 9 hours of valuable discussion about hybrid cloud management, vulnerability management, security compliance, disaster recovery and more. This year I will not only attend, but also presenting […]
  • 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 Dimitri de Swart
    Kubernetes is just another infrastructure platform to run your new modern cloud-native applications on. But if you have been working with it, you probably know that it is complex, difficult to setup and maintain and that many organisations have security concerns and challenges running it… The post K8s deployment tools – An overview appeared first […]
  • 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 Rory Monaghan
    On this week’s episode of the podcast I share some of my highlights from the Apple announcements plus the exciting news of PolicyPak getting acquired AND much more! This episode is brought to you in large part thanks to my … Read more The post Episode 199 – PolicyPak Acquisition, Apple Announcements, Canon Lawsuit & […]
  • by Rory Monaghan
    If you ask any IT leader whether they plan to include more automation or less in the future, they will undoubtedly state their intention to bring in more robotic automation. In IT, automation has been commonplace for processes such as … Read more The post Automation for Application Packaging [Excerpt] appeared first on Rorymon.com.
  • by Rory Monaghan
    On this week’s episode of the podcast I share stories about a major Azure disruption that occurred this week, reports of more printing woes for Windows 10 clients, info about an upcoming Apple event plus more! This episode is brought … Read more The post Episode 198 – Major Azure VM Disruption, Printing Woes Return, […]
  • by Rory Monaghan
    On this week’s episode of the podcast I share my highlights from the many announcements at VMworld 2021, talk about Windows 11 Launch fallout and news plus more! This episode is brought to you in large part thanks to my … Read more The post Episode 197 – VMworld 2021 Highlights, Windows 11 Launch, Citrix […]
  • by Rory Monaghan
    On this week’s episode of the podcast I cover details of a brand new update to Skype, discussion of the enhanced Citrix and Nutanix Partnership and some Microsoft MFA woes plus more! This episode is brought to you in large … Read more The post Episode 196 – Windows 11 Launch Update, MFA Vulnerability, Nutanix […]
  • by /u/intothedragon2
    is it safe to download a sandbox.bat installer from this website ? submitted by /u/intothedragon2 [link] [comments]
  • by /u/Bar-Man
    I want run Fedora as host and Windows 10 as guest simultaneously,with virt manger how can i dedicate more vram to the guest os? i have a 8 gb gpu and i want to dedicate 3 gb to the guest os. submitted by /u/Bar-Man [link] [comments]
  • by /u/Ammar__
    Hi, Running windows 10 host and using hyper v to run windows xp as guest. I need this setup because I'm running an old software that requires oracle 9. I want to run the oracle database server on the guest machine and have it accessible to all computers on the network to which the host […]
  • by /u/SaleB81
    Backstory: I have tried multiple virtualization options when I had spare hardware to do it but never tried it with a type 1 hypervisor. My setup of choice at the moment is, VMWare Workstation on W10, with multiple VMs, some windows based some Linux-based, and one instance of Linux for Docker specifically. I use some […]
  • by /u/eggheadecologist
    Hey hey people, i have my old PC HDD with windows 8.1 x64 in an external case, i was wondering if i could use Virtualbox to boot it up and how do i do it? Sorry if is a stupid question, i new to virtualization, thanks in advance 🙂 submitted by /u/eggheadecologist [link] [comments]
  • by Duncan Epping
    One of my goals for this year was starting the Unexplored Territory Podcast. A podcast however is only relevant when people bother to listen to it, as such I figured I would use my blog to promote the podcast for now. As you can imagine, we are hoping to grow our audience fast, and we […]
  • by Duncan Epping
    Frank, Johan, and I have been working on this for a few months already, but today I can finally share that a brand new podcast series will be out soon. This bi-weekly podcast (released on Monday) is titled “Unexplored Territory“. We will be discussing topics such as public cloud, virtualization, cloud-native applications, Kubernetes, end-user computing, […]
  • by Duncan Epping
    I briefly discussed the enhanced stretched cluster resiliency capability in my vSAN 7.0 U3 overview blog. Of course, immediately questions started popping up. I didn’t want to go too deep in that post as I figured I would do a separate post on the topic sooner or later. What does this functionality add, and in […]
  • by Duncan Epping
    I have written about vCLS a few times, so I am not going to explain what it is or what it does (detailed blog here). I do want to talk about what is part of vSphere 7.0 U3 specifically though as I feel these features are probably what most folks have been waiting for. Starting […]
  • by Duncan Epping
    In this blog post, I want to go over the features which have been released for vSAN as part of 7.0 U3. It is not going to be a deep dive, just a simple overview as most features speak for themselves! Let’s list the feature first, and then discuss some of them individually. Cluster Shutdown […]
  • by Paolo Valsecchi
    Veeam v11: upgrade the Hardened Repository With the introduction of the Immutability feature in Veeam Backup & Replication v11, a Hardened Repository requires a specific procedure to be upgraded. A normal upgrade of this type of repository cannot be performed in the "classic" way due to the restrictions applied during the configuration procedure of the […]
  • by Paolo Valsecchi
    RecoverPoint 5.3: upgrade the HTML plugin server Introduced in RecoverPoint 5.3, the HTML plugin server must be included in the upgrade process to complete the overall procedure. Used to manage RecoverPoint from the vCenter Server, when the RecoverPoint cluster 5.3 and above has been upgraded to a new version the HTML plugin server must be […]
  • by Paolo Valsecchi
    Veeam v11a released Veeam v11a has been released for the backup solution Veeam Backup Backup & Replication introducing several new features and fixing the issues reported by the customers. Before upgrading your Veeam Backup & Replication installation, make sure you are running version 9.5 Update 4b (build 9.5.4.2866) or later. From the Veeam console, click […]
  • by Paolo Valsecchi
    Nakivo v10.4: protect logins with 2FA To enforce security, Nakivo Backup & Replication v10.4 provides the Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) capability to prevent unauthorized access to your data protection activities. When 2FA feature has been enabled, an additional code generated by Google Authenticator o similar apps is required to complete the login process to your Nakivo […]
  • by Paolo Valsecchi
    5 common Office 365 backup mistakes you should avoid Office 365 is the most popular platform in the enterprise sector, where data protection often fall in 5 common Office 365 backup mistakes you should avoid to keep your data safe. Moving services such as emails to SaaS solutions (Microsoft Office 365 for example), not always […]
  • 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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