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  • by William Lam
    In case you have not heard the news, VMware had recently published a new knowledge base article (KB 85685) outlining details for the future removal of SD card/USB as a standalone boot device for ESXi. 📣 New VMware KB has just been published on the Removal of SD card/USB as a standalone boot device option […]
  • by William Lam
    In my previous article, I demonstrated how you can leverage the upcoming v0.7 release of the VMware Event Broker Appliance (VEBA) to publish and consume custom events to easily extend your event-driven automation to other event sources. As a recap, this is accomplished by constructing and sending a conformant CloudEvent to VEBA, which can then […]
  • by William Lam
    Over the weekend I received an interesting inquiry from a customer who had been playing with the ESXi-Arm Fling and wanted to know if it could run Victron Venus OS? I had never heard of Venus OS before, but a quick search online lead me to the company called Victron Energy which produces and sells […]
  • by William Lam
    One of the really exciting features that will be included in the upcoming release of the VMware Event Broker Appliance (VEBA) v0.7 release (currently in Tech Preview) is the support for incoming webhooks! This will allow customers to easily build event-driven automation for non-vSphere based events and even non-VMware events while still maintaining a consistent […]
  • by William Lam
    I saw an interesting question today from Robert Kloosterhuis in the private vExpert App Modernization Slack Channel who working with vSphere with Tanzu using NSX Advanced Load Balancer (NSX-ALB) and wanted to know if it was possible to deploy NSX-ALB with just a single Service Engine (SE)? The default behavior of NSX-ALB is to deploy […]
  • by William Lam
    It looks like while I was out on PTO, the VMware 2021 Cycling Kits (Men/Woman) went live on VMware's official Merchandise Store. I know many of you have been asking about prior VMware Cycling Kits and you now have the opportunity to ride in style with the latest VMware 2021 Cycling Kits. UPDATE (08/25/21) – […]
  • by William Lam
    During the enablement of vSphere with Tanzu, users can specify the size (Tiny, Small, Medium and Large) which will then dictate the amount of CPU and Memory that is allocated for the Supervisor Control Plane VMs. After vSphere with Tanzu has been successfully enabled, you will find that only a subset of the settings can […]
  • by William Lam
    Last week, Michael Gasch and I had the pleasure of presenting the VMware Event Broker Appliance (VEBA) solution to the Omaha VMUG community. The session was an introduction to VEBA, but we also covered some brand new topics including writing your own functions for VEBA and a quick look at the evolution of VEBA. Note: […]
  • by William Lam
    One very useful feature in the latest VMware Horizon (2106) release is the introduction of a new Audit Events API, that will finally allow users to retrieve all Horizon events in a programmatic manner. Previously, the only method of extracting the Horizon events was to unfortunately query the SQL Server database directly. Since VMware Horizon […]
  • by William Lam
    Over the weekend, I was troubleshooting an issue that was reported by one of our VMware Event Broker Appliance (VEBA) users who was helping with testing one of our upcoming features. The user found that after rebooting the VEBA appliance, the Antrea interfaces were no longer being re-created and pod networking seems to have been […]
  • 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
    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
    Windows 365 Cloud PC launched on August 2nd. Like many others I was super excited to try it out, particularly the Business Edition that uses Azure Active Directory Only. I have been using the Cloud PC for a while now. … Read more The post My Windows 365 Cloud PC Deep Dive appeared first on […]
  • by Rory Monaghan
    On this week’s episode of the podcast I cover a few very worrying vulnerabilities, an update to the Windows 11 health checker and much more! This episode is brought to you in large part thanks to my sponsors:     … Read more The post Episode 195 – Unpatched Exchange Bug, Win11 Health Checker Update, […]
  • by Rory Monaghan
    On this week’s episode of the podcast I cover the recent Apple product announcements, news of a major Apple vulnerability in multiples Apple devices and much more! This episode is brought to you in large part thanks to my sponsors: … Read more The post Episode 194 – New Apple Products, Major Apple Vulnerability, Azure […]
  • by Rory Monaghan
    On this week’s episode of the podcast I cover a couple of stories of very worrying ongoing cyber attacks via a Confluence vulnerability and Office 365 Zero Day, I also cover the new Microsoft Start feature, a new Azure Performance … Read more The post Episode 193 – Confluence Cyber Attacks, Office 365 Attacks, Microsoft […]
  • by Rory Monaghan
    On this week’s episode of the podcast I cover some of the info on the now official release of Windows Server 2022 as it becomes generally available, info on a major vulnerability in Cosmos DB, MSIX and MSIX App Attach … Read more The post Episode 192 – Server 2022 Generally Available, MSIX for Citrix, […]
  • by /u/2Skin4SkinButtSkin
    I have a ryzen 7 5800x and an rtx 3080. I primarily use my PC for gaming so I don't want anything compromise that performance. I've read little bits that say I would get a performance hit from just having Hyper V enabled. Obviously there would be a performance hit when the VM is running […]
  • by /u/Finalxxboss
    So I've been messing around with VMs in Unraid over the past few months and was wondering what are some lesser known OS that would be fun to try to virtualize in your opinion. I just learned about things like PoP! OS and Bliss the android OS and thought those were pretty cool. What OS […]
  • by /u/GB_VKE
    Hello all. Work is considering making the work from home thing permanent for about 30 customer service positions. They are currently working from home by remoting in (RDP over VPN) to their work PCs on our local network. Management wants to look into the possibility of virtualizing them so they can save office space. Can […]
  • by /u/InevitableAd6135
    I have tried updating the bios, disabling hyperthreading, adding xen.efi to its proper location within Ubuntu, building xen from source, etc. My next guess is to disable iommu, does anyone know how to do this? what would you do differently? Thanks for reading! ​ EDIT 0: disabling iommu did NOT work submitted by /u/InevitableAd6135 [link] […]
  • by /u/Zekoyu_
    Hey, I currently have a Win 10 VM running fine with 3 cores of my ryzen 5 3600, I didn't tested with fewer cores (I do not plan to game on it), so I'm just wondering, is a Threadripper 1900x good enough to virtualize 4 win 10 VMs ? Since I can find some for […]
  • by Duncan Epping
    We’ve all seen those posts from people about worn-out SD/USB devices, or maybe even experience it ourselves at some point in time. Most of you reading this probably also knew there was an issue with 7.0 U2, which resulted in USB/SD devices wearing out a lot quicker. Those issues have been resolved with the latest […]
  • by Duncan Epping
    I have various test environments, and one of my environments I was testing the command-line upgrade of vCenter Server. Now, most of my environments we tend to use for destructive testing and strange update/upgrade scenarios, so we hit some strange issues every now and then. While I was doing the command-line based upgrade of vCenter […]
  • by Duncan Epping
    I was updating my environment to vCenter Server 7.0 U2c, while going through the process I got this error that says “Test RPM transaction failed”. Below is the screenshot of the error. if you click “resume” you then, unfortunately, get stuck in an infinite loop. The only way to get out of the loop is […]
  • by Duncan Epping
    There was a question posted on the VMware Community Forums, and as this is something I have been asked regularly, I figured I would do a quick blog post about it. Although I have covered this before, it doesn’t hurt to repeat, as it appears to be somewhat confusing for people. When you create a […]
  • by Duncan Epping
    I wanted to inform the Yellow-Bricks readers that I started a podcast recently with Frank Denneman and Johan van Amersfoort. The name of the podcast is “In de aap gelogeerd” and that may already reveal that it is not in English, but it is in Dutch. Some may wonder why, well I guess that is […]
  • 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 Paolo Valsecchi
    VMware Horizon: secure logins with Azure MFA (NPS extension) To add an extra layer of security for the external accesses to VMware Horizon infrastructure, login procedure must be enforced with a multi-factor authentication (MFA) solution, such as Azure MFA. In the market there are several solutions that provide MFA, but Azure MFA is becoming popular […]
  • by Paolo Valsecchi
    Windows Server 2016: Windows Update stuck at 0% During the Windows Update procedure via proxy server, in Windows Server 2016 the download process stuck at 0%. Although is a pretty old Windows version, a lot of organizations still have version 2016 in production and you may face a similar issue. This behavior may occur in […]
  • by Paolo Valsecchi
    VMware Horizon 2103: deploy published apps with RDS Farms RDS Farms provide Windows-based applications to users through the Horizon Client in the same way as Virtual Desktops using Blast Extreme or PCoIP protocols. Applications are published and provided to users by installing on a Microsoft Remote Desktop Session (RDS) host the desired applications. One or […]
  • by Paolo Valsecchi
    Runecast Analyzer 5.1 with Configuration Vault and Remediation Runecast released few weeks ago the new Runecast Analyzer 5.1 providing Configuration Vault and Remediation as new features. You can now keep track of configuration changes in your environment and remediating the problems found during the Runecast Analyzer scans.   Runecast Analyzer 5.1 what's new After introducing the support for […]
  • 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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