VMware NSX – Getting Started Hands-on Lab
Gain experience with Logical Switching, Distributed Logical Routing, Dynamic Routing, Distributed Firewall & other Logical Network Services.
The Smartest Eye in the Sky at Mobile World Congress 2018
There used to be a time not too long ago where the ‘cool’ gadgets to own were drones. Typically, these drones were about 12 inches long and were fairly lightweight. They were fun to operate around the neighborhood with the ability to fly up to about 200 feet in the sky and had a total […] The post The Smartest Eye in the Sky at Mobile World Congress 2018 appeared first on VMware Telco NFV Blog .
What is VMware vSphere On-Disk Metadata Analyzer – VOMA
VMware vSphere and ESXi has a very solid storage system. You might be interested in a fact, that there is a tool, similar to Windows chkdsk, which can check and identify incidents on metadata corruption which might affect file systems or underlying logical volumes. During such situations, you might want to run VMware vSphere On-Disk Metadata Analyzer […] Read the full post What is VMware vSphere On-Disk Metadata Analyzer – VOMA at ESX Virtualization .
NSX Bytes: Updated – NSX Edge Feature and Performance Matrix
For a few years now i’ve been compiling features and throughput numbers for NSX Edge Services Gateways. This started off comparing features and performance metrics between vShield Edges and NSX Edges. As the product evolves, so does it’s capabilities and given the last time I updated this was around the time of NSX-v 6.2 I thought it was time for an The post NSX Bytes: Updated – NSX Edge Feature and Performance Matrix appeared first on VIRTUALIZATION IS LIFE! .
Meltdown and Spectre: What You Need to Know to Secure Your End-User Computing Environment
Although Meltdown and Spectre have been publicly disclosed since January, the two security vulnerabilities remain at the top of daily technology and digital security news feeds for good reason: These can be used to exploit modern processors that power millions, maybe billions of devices. This means desktops, servers, and mobile devices are all subject to […] The post Meltdown and Spectre: What You Need to Know to Secure Your End-User Computing Environment appeared first on VMware End-User…Read More
NSX Troubleshooting Scenario 5 – Solution | vswitchzero
Welcome to the fifth installment of a new series of NSX troubleshooting scenarios. Thanks to everyone who took the time to comment on the first half of scenario five. Today I’ll be performing some troubleshooting and will resolve the issue. Please see the first half for more detail on the problem symptoms and some scoping….Read More
Road to VCAP6-NV: Objective 3.3 – Configure and Manage Additional VMware NSX Edge Services | Let’s v4Real
In this blog post I will cover section 3 object 3.3 of the VCAP6-NV Deploy exam. Objective 3.3 – Configure and Manage Additional VMware NSX Edge Services Configure DHCP services according to a deployment plan: Create/edit a DHCP IP Pool Create/edit DHCP Static Binding Configure DHCP relay Configure DNS services Configure NAT services to provide…Read More
Using the VMware Log Insight – Cisco ASA Content Pack to gain visibility and alerting
For those unaware, VMware Log Insight, is VMware’s syslog monitoring and alerting platform. It collects and automatically identifies structure in all types of machine-generated log data (appl…Read More
Storage Administration in VMware Cloud on AWS
VMware Cloud on AWS empowers anyone to quickly spin up or down a VMware vSphere powered SDDC on demand. This kind of dynamic provisioning is relatively straightforward from the network and compute perspectives, but storage administrators are quick to bring up the question of their role in such a managed service. The answer to this The post Storage Administration in VMware Cloud on AWS appeared first on Virtual Blocks .