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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 […]

Top 20 VMware NSX articles for June 2017

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The following are a list of the top 20 VMware NSX articles for June 2017. Update sequence for vSphere 6.5 and its compatible VMware products Best Practices for upgrading NSX for vSphere Update sequence for vSphere 6.0 and its compatible VMware products vCenter Server certificate validation error for external solutions in environments with Embedded Platform […]

New VMware KB articles published for week ending 1st July 2017

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VMware NSX for vSphere Guest Introspection for NSX – Licensing Date Published: 2017/06/26 NSX Manager high CPU utilization triggered by many simultaneous vMotion tasks Date Published: 2017/06/26 No flows shown in Flow Monitoring of VM Date Published: 2017/06/26 Upgrade,redeploy and deleting an NSX Edge fails Date Published: 2017/06/26 NSX Host vsfwd agent intermittent connection fail […]

VMware vSAN Encryption, vSphere Replication and SRM – It just works!

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I’ve seen a few questions around this and I wanted to put together a quick post to put them to rest. Long story short, vSphere Replication and SRM work together the same with vSAN Encryption turned on as they do with it turned off. The reason for this is that vSAN encryption happens at the […]

VMware: Migrating From a 2-Node to a 3-Node vSAN Cluster

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A few months back I put together a post outlining the deployment of a 2-node vSAN cluster (located HERE). Well just like in a customer scenario, a 2-Node cluster might just not be enough resources and there is a need to expand. My lab has proven to fall into that category as my need for […]

VMware: Application Workload Guidance and Design for Virtualized SAP S/4HANA on vSphere – Part 1/4

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SAP Business Suite 4 SAP HANA (or SAP S/4HANA) is the SAP Business Suite that is built on SAP’s in memory columnar database platform SAP HANA. SAP HANA®, the in-memory real-time platform, was initially introduced as a physical appliance and has steadily evolved to include support for virtualization with VMware vSphere® and SAP HANA tailored data center integration (TDI). […]

VMware – Amadeus Transforms Travel Industry Services with Private Cloud Based on VMware Integrated OpenStack

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Global IT Provider for Travel Industry Rolls Out Private Cloud to Support DevOps Practices, Deliver Highly-Available Cloud-Native Applications to Customers VMware, Inc. (NYSE: VMW) today announced that Amadeus IT Group, a leading technology partner for the global travel industry, has deployed an enterprise private cloud based on VMware Integrated OpenStack to support digital transformation initiatives. […]

Native VCSA bootstrap installer in VMware vSAN 6.6

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Almost four years ago, I documented a really cool vSAN capability here and here, which demonstrates how to bootstrap a vSAN datastore onto a single ESXi host. This powerful capability, which was by design, enables customers to easily standup new infrastructure including the vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA) in a pure greenfield environment where you only had bare-metal hardware to start with […]

VMware: Understanding Layer 2 Extensions for the Hybrid Cloud

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Taking a VLAN and extending that broadcast domain across two sites can be identified by many names including; Data Center Interconnect (DCI), Data Center Extension (DCE), Extended Layer 2 Network, Stretched Layer 2 Network, Stretched VLAN, Extended VLAN, Stretched Deploy, Layer 2 VPN.  With all these different aliases, it’s no wonder why people are confused […]

VMware on Embracing Hyper-Converged Infrastructure

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According to the latest free ebook from VMware on the subject: Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (HCI) revolutionizes the data center, bringing all the benefits of server virtualization to storage. It is composed of two essential elements: hyper-converged infrastructure software and industry-standard hardware. Together they provide the performance, flexibility, and efficiency that budget-conscious, resource-starved IT departments crave. Download […]

VMware Video – VM Encryption and vMotion Encryption

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This videos goes over the new VM Encryption and vMotion Encryption features introduced in vSphere 6.5 , using an innovative white board style presentation. This video is from the fine folks at VMware vSphere.

Liquidware Labs FlexApp Layering = Enterprise Optimization Revolution

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I was presenting to our sales teams at the Liquidware Sales kick off recently and was fascinated by the following response I received. “Why wouldn’t you leverage FlexApp in your environment? At this point enterprises have virtualized infrastructure, desktops, networks, and storage but still continue to install applications natively.” After reflection, it is kind of […]

VMware: Designing vSAN networks – Dedicated or Shared Interfaces?

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Every week my top vSAN questions tend to concentrate around networking design. A lot of questions center on if it is ok to share physical interfaces for multiple purposes. Do I need dedicated interfaces for vSAN? In talking to customers a little more than half choose to put other traffic classes (Virtual machine, Management, vMotion etc) on […]

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