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How To Manage and Monitor Nutanix AHV With ControlUp

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ControlUp has always prided itself in being an agnostic and universal system, allowing IT admins to manage and monitor their various workloads and IT Infrastructure elements, regardless of their manufacturer – making room for Citrix, VMware, Microsoft and now – Nutanix. So alongside your VMware vCenter, XenServer and Hyper-V, you can now also see and […]

Opvizor Performance Analyzer – VMware Horizon View Performance

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Since we started the Performance Analyzer development some years ago, it was always important that our customers cannot just monitor and analyze the VMware vSphere performance, but also checking the applications and the underlying hardware. The integration of VMware Horizon View Performance is another step into that direction to monitor the virtual desktop performance from […]

VMware vCenter Server Appliance 6.7 File-Based Backup & Restore – Video

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In this video, we will demonstrate how to backup and restore the vCenter Server Appliance 6.7. This video is from the fine folks at VMware.

A Single Pane of Glass for Managing Servers by Sean O’Sullivan – Remote Desktop Manager Case Study

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Client Snapshot: Sean O’Sullivan A self-described “technology addict,” Sean has been working in the IT industry for over a decade, doing his best to keep servers (and their users) happy.  Outside of work, you’re likely to find him playing an unhealthy amount of Forza or attempting to build something. (The time machine is still a […]

VMware Delete an orphaned PKS cluster

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You may run into a situation where your PKS cluster is orphaned or you’re unable to delete it with the pks delete-cluster command. I’m going to show how to manually clean up the PKS cluster in the database. In the background I’ve reproduced this issue by deleting the BOSH deployment that backs the PKS cluster. […]

VMware vSphere 6.7 General Availability – Virtual Insanity

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As many of you know, yesterday, vSphere 6.7 was released. There are some awesome updates, and while this isn’t an all-encompassing list of features, I wanted to round up the ones I felt were the most important (especially to my customers). First and foremost, it should be noted that you cannot upgrade from vSphere 5.5 […]

Remote access for home labs and offices with Veeam PN

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On January 2018, Veeam publicly announced the release of Veeam PN (powered network) version 1, a lightweight SDN appliance that was released completely FREE to use. And while Veeam PN was released as part of a greater solution focused on extending network Availability for Microsoft Azure, Veeam PN can also be deployed as a standalone tool via […]

Citrix Machine Creation Services Demystified Part II

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In the first part article we discussed the first steps for creating and maintaining Citrix Machine Creation Services (MCS). We talked quickly about creating the master image, followed by the available MCS deployment type with their characteristics. In this article we will discuss what happens under the hood when creating a MCS machine catalog per deployment […]

Veeam Management Pack v8 Update 5 is Now Available!

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Veeam Management Pack (MP) for System Center has always been a great way for enterprises to clearly connect mission-critical applications to the vital systems they run on down to the virtualization and hardware levels. This app-to-metal visibility is truly a requirement in enterprises today, and for organizations who have implemented Microsoft System Center, you have […]

VMware vCenter Appliance (VCSA) root Partition Full

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What a mess! VCSA cannot be updated anymore or is stuck because of a full root Partition. Luckily there are straightforward procedures to investigate what files are filling the root partition and how to get rid of them. Typical symptoms? ISO staging of the update fails vCSA update fails at step #/# some vCSA services […]

VMware Skyline – Proactive Recommendations for Issue Avoidance

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VMware Skyline is a proactive support technology that listens for changes, events and patterns within your VMware environment. This information is then analyzed using a robust rules and machine learning engine. Once data analysis has completed, proactive recommendations are provided for each potential issue identified within your environment. These recommendations are based on VMware’s ever-growing […]

Cloud Wars – IBM vs Microsoft vs Google vs Amazon IaaS

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In my previous blog post I did a short overview of the different cloud vendors, a bit about their focus areas and also a bit about strengths and weaknesses. The blogpost can be found here –>http://bit.ly/2CrBgZA .In this post I want to focus more on IaaS and the offerings surrounding it, first I want describe […]

Hyper-V Backup Guide for VMware Administrators

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With Microsoft Hyper-V gaining more market share and coming of age, VMware administrators are finding themselves having to administer Hyper-V alongside vSphere in their environments. There are certainly similarities in administering the various hypervisors, including VMware and Hyper-V, but there are also subtle (if not more major) differences as well. Often, out of habit, we […]

Intel Design Bug – What about VMware ESXi and VMs?

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By now probably everyone with an internet access who read news in the last couple of days noticed the bad Intel design bug that is affecting millions or even billions of devices, server and client computer. While potential hacker might not be extremely interested spending time to bother personal computer and mobiles, the situation changes […]

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