When it absolutely, positively has to be there – VMware AlwaysOn Desktop Solution
By Tisa Murdock, Director of Industry Solutions, VMware and Farid Agahi, Business Strategist Industry Solutions, VMware The term ‘mission critical’ in IT has been synonymous with major business applications that perform core functions within an enterprise. However, we are starting to see that term also being applied to the underlying end-user computing platform – in […] The post When it absolutely, positively has to be there – VMware AlwaysOn Desktop Solution appeared first on VMware End-User…Read More
vSphere with Operations Management Product Walkthroughs #VCDX #vExpert #vcdx181.com
If you’ve ever tried to watch a product demo video, or tried to use it to show a product to someone else, often times you find yourself trying to pause the video at the exact right moment, and then having scrub backwards or forwards because you missed the timing. At VMware we’ve created an alternative […]
Capacity Management in SDDC #VCDX #vExpert #vcdx181.com
In Part 5, I explained a new concept, where we use Contention as the basis of Capacity Management in SDDC. In Part 6, I provided the super metric equation for each charts. In this part, I will provide example of the super metric formula and dashboard screenshots. Tier 1 (Highest) To recap, we need to […]
#VMware and F5 Hands-On-Lab Now Available! #VCDX #vExpert #vcdx181.com
VMware and F5 are proud to announce the availability of one of the first partner-centric labs utilizing VMware’s global Hands-On-Lab infrastructure. In close collaboration with the VMware End-User Computing Technical Enablement team, the VMware Alliance team at F5 created this lab for easy-to-use yet rich technical exercises.
#EVO:Rail Hands-on Lab Challenge: #VMware Announces 1st Winner #VCDX #vExpert #vcdx181.com
In the spirit of competition, we are excited to announce the winners of the EVO:RAIL Hands-on Lab Challenge for May. In the contest, you are faced with three challenges and have 60 minutes to complete them.
Save on Training and Certification at VMworld EMEA #VCDX #vExpert #vcdx181.com
Maximize your VMworld 2015 EMEA experience with discounted training and certification offers. 1) Join us in Barcelona the week before VMworld and take advantage of these discounted pre-conference training courses. VMware vSphere: Optimize & Scale [V6] VMware NSX: Install, Configure, Manage [V6.0] VMware vSphere: Bootcamp [V6] VMware vRealize Operations Manager: Install, Configure, Manage [V6.0] VMware vSphere: Design […]
How to deploy #vCSA with external Platform Services Controller #VCDX #vExpert #vcdx181.com
In one of my previous posts we had a closer look on how to upgrade the vCenter Server Appliance from version 5.5 to version 6.0. This upgrade procedure described the upgrade process of the vCenter Server Appliance with an embedded Platform Services Controller (PSC) but doesn’t provide an upgrade or migration process if you want to deploy the vCenter Server Appliance with an external Platform Services Controller. According to the vSphere 6 Installation and Setup guide, if you want to use the vCenter Server Appliance with an external Platform Services Controller, you must deploy a new vCenter Server Appliance and select the appropriate options during the setup if you want to deploy an external Platform Services Controller. Before we jump…Read More
I registered, what are YOU waiting for? #vmwmobility #VCDX #vExpert #vcdx181.com
There’s an exciting world of new opportunities evolving — a world where early movers can take advantage and winners will be defined by mobile-first or mobile-only strategies. Register today for the one event you won’t want to miss.
Unable to verify certificate for #vCenter on Horizon View Connection Server #VCDX #vExpert
Recently during an outage of my host during to hardware issue in my home lab where my vCenter 6.0 sit on it, resulted some strange behaviour on my View Connection Server 6.1.
#vRealize Operations with Blue Medora #NetApp Management Pack #VCDX #vExpert #vcdx181.com
There are many things that a VMware admin would love to see from their storage. Often, all they know is the LUNs. What’s backing up those LUNs are not exposed. For example, on the following screenshot you can see that it shows the number of systems I have. For each system, it shows the NetApp aggregate, volume, etc. The Environment tab shows the relationship.