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Bulk VM Migration using new Cross vCenter vMotion Utility Fling

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Another great article from William Lam about bulk VM migration. You can find the complete article here, there is also a demo video available. We are pleased to share William’s article once more, great job William! Keep it going! Over the last few years, I have spoken to a number of customers who have greatly […]

VMware: Virtual Machine with more than 64GB memory fails to Storage vMotion to vSAN cluster

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An issue has been identified when trying to Storage vMotion a VM with a swap file larger than 64GB to the vSAN datastore.This occurs as the swap file cannot be created on the vSAN datastore, as the size of the file exceeds the default limit for storage vMotion operations. In the UI it can be […]

VMware and AWS Expand Capabilities and Availability of VMware Cloud on AWS

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VMware Cloud(TM) on AWS now available in U.S. East region Expanded VMware Cloud on AWS capabilities, including VMware Site Recovery and VMware vMotion, help customers move, run, and protect production workloads at scale [responsivevoice_button buttontext=”Click to Listen”] At AWS re:Invent 2017, VMware, Inc. (NYSE: VMW), and Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), an Amazon.com company (NASDAQ: AMZN), announced VMware Cloud™ on AWS is expanding […]

Datrium Audited as the Highest I Omark Benchmark Result in History – Mind-Blowing 10X!

“Datrium is the most scalable, fastest and lower latency storage solution (converged or not) on the market, beyond doubt.” We already knew that our solution is really competent, but there’s nothing like a 3rd party audited benchmark to convince even the most suspicious greybeards. The results are mind-blowing! In partnership with Dell and IOmark.org, we […]

AWS KVM adoption and Nutanix AHV

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Nutanix, which strives to bring the best of public cloud to the on-prem data center, has long incorporated AWS innovations as part of its enterprise cloud strategy. Nutanix diverged from the public cloud leader, though, in hypervisor selection and launched its own customized KVM hypervisor, AHV, almost two and a half years ago. AWS recently […]

New VMware KB articles published for week ending 5th November 2017

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VMware vRealize Business Standard vRA VMs that are deleted in the current month before upgrade will be missing in the current month’s vRA reports Date Published: 2017/10/31 VMware ESXi Unexpected VM crash with signal: 11 on svga Date Published: 2017/11/2 vMotion fails when running heavy 3D workload on the virtual machine Date Published: 2017/11/2 VMware […]

NVIDIA Grid Update at VMworld 2017 Barcelona with – Barry Coombs Video

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Barry Coombs from ComputerWorld talks to Jason Southern and Like Wignall of NVIDIA at VMworld 2017 in Barcelona. They discuss the latest updates to the NVIDIA GRID product range including the new P40 card that uses the latest pascal chipset. NVIDIA also demonstrate the technology in action including a preview of vMotion for vGPU based […]

New VMware KB articles published for week ending 9th September 2017

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VMware vRealize Automation Requests get stuck at ‘In Progress’ or ‘Pending Approval’ status in vRA Date Published: 2017/09/06 “Machine XXX: No reservation is available to allocate within the group XXX. Total XX GB of storage was requested” error when you request a machine in vRA Date Published: 2017/09/07 VMware vSAN Virtual Machine with more than […]

VMware vMotion Support for NVIDIA vGPU is Coming…And It’ll Be Bigger than you Think

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One of the cooler tech announcements at VMworld 2017 was on display at the NVIDIA booth.  It wasn’t really an announcement, per se, but more of a demonstration of a long awaited solution to a very difficult challenge in the virtualization space. NVIDIA displayed a tech demo of vMotion support for VMs with GRID vGPU […]

NVIDIA, vMotion, Resume and restart

One of the big “announcements” at VMworld for sure came from NVIDIA. They solved the equation and are able to move a GPU enabled virtual machine. I hear you think that can’t have been the big news and you’re right. Of course the vMotion of a GPU enabled machine is a big deal already but […]

VMware: Do you remember your #v1stTime?

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This year I attended several events, and I wanted to know one thing: do you remember the first time you ever saw or used VMware – your #v1stTime? When I asked people to tell me about their #v1stTime, there were a couple of common scenarios that everyone remembered. They lit up remembering the first time […]

New VMware KB articles published for week ending 19th August 2017

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VMware vRealize Automation Unable to view any groups in directory Sync Settings “Groups” tab after upgrading from vRA 7.2 to 7.3 Date Published: 2017/08/14 “The current data type SECURE_STRING for the ‘xxxxxxxxx’ field must be STRING with API operation” error when submitting a blueprint in vRA that contains encrypted properties Date Published: 2017/08/14 “Error getting […]

VMware: DRS Lens 0 A new UI dashboard for DRS

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DRS Lens provides an alternative UI for a DRS enabled cluster. It gives a simple, yet powerful interface to monitor the cluster real time and provide useful analyses to the users. TheUI is comprised of different dashboards in the form of tabs for each cluster being monitored. Cluster BalanceDashboardshowing the variations in the cluster balance […]

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