vR Ops 6.5 What’s New: Improved Scalability

vR Ops 6.5 What’s New: Improved Scalability [blogs.vmware.com/management]

vR Ops 6.5 What’s New: Improved Scalability

vRealize Operations 6.5 became generally available this month and in that release we announced improved scalability for new and existing vR Ops clusters. These improvements bring a new cluster node size, supported memory scale-up options and increased capacity for existing nodes. In this blog post we will cover these product enhancements in further detail. We will also take a quick look at the updated sizing guide.


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vSphere 6.5 Virtual Machine Encryption Performance

vSphere 6.5 Virtual Machine Encryption Performance [ntpro.nl]

vSphere 6.5 Virtual Machine Encryption Performance

VMware vSphere virtual machine encryption (VM encryption) is a feature introduced in vSphere 6.5 to enable the encryption of virtual machines. VM encryption provides security to VMDK data by encrypting I/Os from a virtual machine (which has the VM encryption feature enabled) before it gets stored in the VMDK.


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Heads Up! No More Third Party Virtual Switches…

Heads Up! No More Third Party Virtual Switches API For ESXi [vcdx56.com]

Heads Up! No More Third Party Virtual Switches…

Since I know quite a few of my customers are using third party switches in their vSphere environment instead of the VMware native Virtual Standard Switch (VSS) or vNetwork Distributed Switch (VDS) i wanted to provide you with some information I have seen in some communities over the past few days.


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