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opvizor is SaaS company that specializes in solutions for virtualization and cloud computing. These solutions help businesses automate and manage their virtual IT infrastructures within heterogeneous data processing centers, as well as solutions for the prevention of errors and failures. opvizor’s offices are located in Vienna, Austria and Houston, TX, USA. Dennis Zimmer is founder and CEO of the opvizor group.

VMware vSphere Integrated Containers – Application Repackaging

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Eduardo Meirelles da Rocha created an interesting blog post about Integrated Containers. You can find his blog here, with all comments or simply scroll down. When talking about containers it’s inevitable to think about modern application built natively for the cloud, but the reality for most companies is that the majority of, if not all, […]

Veeam and NetApp Take Relationship to New Level with Resell Agreement – what about combining monitoring?

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Veeam and NetApp Take Relationship to New Level with Resell Agreement – what about combining monitoring? Veeam® Software, the Availability for the Always-On Enterprise™ innovator, announced that NetApp will be adding Veeam Availability Solutions to the NetApp global price list. NetApp customers can purchase complete Veeam and NetApp solutions directly from NetApp and its resellers […]

“Shockwave Flash has crashed” workaround for vSphere Web (Flash) Client

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One of our favorite blog authors William Lam has posted some interesting news regarding vShere Web Client. He did some experience regarding Google Crome. Here is his article, or simply scroll down for his latest blog. On Saturday, I started to notice that logins to the vSphere Web (Flex) Client stopped working with Google Chrome. Upon a successful […]

Enabling shell access for Active Directory users via SSH to vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA)

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William Lam had a question the other day on whether it was possible to enable shell access for Active Directory users when logging into the vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA) via SSH? As always William created a very useful article we wanted to share. Please find his post here or scroll down. Here is William’s solution: The […]

VMware Fusion Powershell community module

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William Lam was experimenting around with the new Fusion REST API. Here is his article and we would like to share his information. As always William wrote a very helpful blog post and shared his information. Given the PowerShell module was pretty useful for my own use, I figure I would also publish it for others […]

Performance Analyzer: Monitor VMware vSphere VCSA 6.5 Appliance

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Performance Analyzer: Monitor VMware vSphere VCSA 6.5 Appliance – opvizor Your VMware vCenter Server Appliance or VCSA (or appliances) is the key management component for your VMware environment. You always want be on top of the performance and the disk space utilization of this appliance, as you don’t want to lose the vCenter capabilities due […]

Understanding the Impacts of Mixed-Version VMware vCenter Server Deployments

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Adam Eckerle wrote an interesting blog post a few days ago. Find his blog post here – or simply scroll down for more information. Thanks Adam for this detailed information. There are a few questions that come up quite often regarding vCenter Server upgrades and mixed-versions that we would like to address. In this blog […]

VMware expands hybrid cloud strategy with series of announcements at VMworld

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VMware, the company that gave rise to the virtual machine concept in the enterprise data center, announced a series of products and services today at VMworld in Las Vegas that show a company clearly shifting to managing hybrid environments. The hybrid strategy really began to gain momentum last year when the company forged agreements with the top […]

VMware vSphere 6.5 Update 1

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We would like to share the most important information, please scroll down for a short repost. General Updates and Enhancements First and foremost, vSphere 6.5 Update 1 allows customers who are currently on vSphere 6.0 Update 3 to upgrade to vSphere 6.5 Update 1. All of the security and bug fixes that were part of 6.0 […]

Opvizor Releases Performance Analyzer 4.4 for VMware

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Opvizor released version 4.4 of its Performance Analyzer product for VMware vSphere environments, NetApp and DataCore storage and Guest OS as well as applications today, which is a major step towards even better ease of use and simplicity. We’re proud that Performance Analyzer is considered the most easy to use monitoring and analysis solution for […]

VMworld 2017 in Las Vegas – Recap

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We hope everybody had a good time at VMworld in Las Vegas this year. Unfortunately we were hit by hurricane Harvey and had to cancel the trip to Las Vegas. Due to the fact that all flights were cancelled from Houston there was no possibility to take part this year. Luckily nobody from our team […]

VMworld News: Get OpBot for VMware and Slack for FREE

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End of last year Opvizor released an incredible helpful ChatOps Bot for VMware vSphere that works as your virtual assistant from anywhere, at any time within credible. OpBot can manage VMware vSphere via natural chat commands and adds itself as a Bot within the highly popular Slack Chat solution. Today we have great NEWS!! We […]

Download URLs for VMware vSphere Client

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As the Microsoft Windows VMware vSphere Client is not part of the installations anymore starting VMware vSphere 6.5, you might ask yourself where to get that installer. Still today the majority of people still uses the Windows vSphere client and is pretty happy with it for many tasks. Therefore, you should bookmark the following page, […]

How to split VMware vCenter Servers configured in an Enhanced Linked Mode (ELM)?

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William Lam once again brings up the interesting questions. Here is a repost of his articel, you can find the post here with all comments and scroll down for some more information. Thanks again William for your effort and your detailed information. An interesting question that came up on the VMTN forum the other day […]

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