VMware executives & Kubernetes pioneers join forces to help you unlock the potential of your team to accelerate digital innovation in a multi-cloud world.
This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast it’s all about Home Labs. Our good friend William Lam has been aggregating an amazing collection of Home Labs in the IT Community. On this episode we welcome William, Max Abelardo and Johan van Amersfoort do discuss this new Home Labs aggregated list and things to consider when The post vSpeaking Podcast Ep 144: Home Labs Powered by vSAN appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
New KB articles published for the week ending 9th February,2020
VMware App Volumes Impact of March 2020 LDAP Channel Binding & Signing Requirement for Microsoft Windows (ADV190023) on App Volumes Environments Published Date:03-02-2020 VMware Cloud on AWS [VMC on AWS] Creating an SDDC with AWS CloudFormation template fails with an error on AWS console Published Date:03-02-2020 [VMC on AWS] Resize SRM/VR Protected Virtual Machine Disk The post New KB articles published for the week ending 9th February,2020 appeared first on VMware Support Insider.
VMware vSphere 6.0 Reaches EoGS in March 2020
Proactively inform your customers about the vSphere 6.0 End of General Support (EoGS) and help them upgrade to vSphere 6.5 or 6.7. Note that by upgrading to vSphere 6.5 or 6.7, customers not only get all the latest capabilities of vSphere, but also the latest vSAN release and capabilities (with the separate vSAN license). Learn […] The post VMware vSphere 6.0 Reaches EoGS in March 2020 appeared first on Partner News.
Along with the change in the recertification policy in February 2019, VMware has introduced a couple of easier ways to upgrade your previous certifications. The different upgrade paths for 2020 will be listed on our website within the next few weeks; this blog will help outline the general upgrade policy that you will see reflected The post Certification Upgrade Policy Update appeared first on VMware Education Services.
The NSX Troubleshooting Guide describes how to monitor and troubleshoot the VMware NSX® Data Center for a vSphere® system using the NSX Manager user interface, the vSphere Web Client, and other components, as needed.
This manual is intended for anyone who wants to use or troubleshoot any problem for NSX Data Center for vSphere in a VMware vSphere® environment. The information in this manual is written for experienced system administrators who are familiar with virtual machine technology and virtual data center operations. This manual assumes familiarity with vSphere, including VMware ESXi™, VMware vCenter Server®, and the vSphere Web Client.
Emad Younis & William Lam – Nerds with Appliances: vCenter Server Migration
The VMware vCenter Server deprecation for Windows has been announced, and the vCenter Server Appliance is the future. Don’t fear: Migrating your management from a vCenter Server on Windows to a vCenter Server Appliance does not have to be complicated. This session will cover native tools provided by VMware to help guide you toward a successful migration from a vCenter Server on Windows to a vCenter Server Appliance. You will learn about the migration process, get best practices, learn tips and tricks, and see some automation magic to guide you through your transition from Windows to the appliance.
PowerCLI module for Proactive HA (including simulation) [virtuallyghetto.com]
Proactive HA is a very cool new feature that was introduced in vSphere 6.5, which enables our hardware vendors to communicate their hardware specific health information directly into vSphere and specifically with vSphere DRS. This hardware health information can then be leveraged by vSphere DRS to take proactive actions to guard against potential hardware failures. Brian Graf, Product Manager for Proactive HA, DRS and overall vSphere Availability has a nice blog post here where he goes into more details on how Proactive HA works.
VCAP6-NV (3V0-643) Study Guide – Part 22. The Final Chapter: Administer and Execute calls using the VMware NSX vSphere API – vzealand.com
This is the final blog of the series I am writing covering the exam prep guide for the VMware Certified Advanced Professional 6 – Network Virtualisation Deployment (3V0-643) VCAP6-NV certification. The reference guide for the entire blog series is here. At the time of writing there is no VCAP Design exam stream, thus you’re automatically granted the…Read More
VCAP6-NV (3V0-643) Study Guide – Part 21. Troubleshoot VMware NSX Edge Services Issues – vzealand.com
This is part 21 of 22 blogs I am writing covering the exam prep guide for the VMware Certified Advanced Professional 6 – Network Virtualisation Deployment (3V0-643) VCAP6-NV certification.