vSAN Operations Guide: Converting a Hybrid to All-Flash vSAN Cluster
This video demonstrates the process for converting a hybrid to an all-flash vSAN cluster.
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What PowerCLI Version Am I On Anyways?
When PowerCLI was converted to modules, it introduced the ability to pick and choose which modules are loaded. Taking it a step further, it also allowed users to specify which versions of those modules are loaded. Historically, PowerCLI was released as one large ‘bundle’ of modules, and was not a great release practice. This meant […] The post What PowerCLI Version Am I On Anyways? appeared first on VMware PowerCLI Blog .
A change to sub-blocks on VMFS-6
Something that I only just recently noticed is that we have made a change to the sub-blocks structure on VMFS-6, compared to VMFS-5. Sub-blocks are small allocations on a VMFS volume, and they are used to back small files. They were introduced as a space-saving measure to prevent using a full file block to back […] The post A change to sub-blocks on VMFS-6 appeared first on CormacHogan.com .
The Hands-on Labs & Meet the Expert Roundtables You Can’t Miss at VMworld
Cloud-Native Applications is set to make quite a splash at this year’s VMworld US conference, taking place Aug. 27-31 at the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Convention Center in Las Vegas, NV. Over the course of these five days, the Cloud-Native Applications Business Unit at VMware will be holding sessions, Hands-on Labs, product demos, Meet the The post The Hands-on Labs & Meet the Expert Roundtables You Can’t Miss at VMworld appeared first on Cloud-Native Apps .
VCAP6-DCV Design Journey – Objective 2.2 – Map Service Dependencies
This post is intended to cover the VCAP design objective around mapping service dependencies. At the time of writing, the required ‘Skills and Abilities’ listed by VMware for this topic are: Evaluate dependencies for infrastructure and application services that will be included in a vSphere design Create Entity Relationship Diagrams that map service relationships and […]
VMware OS Optimization Tool – New App Volumes Packaging Machine Template
The VMware OS Optimization Tool is a VMware Fling that helps optimize Windows 7/8/2008/2012/10 systems for use with VMware . The optimization tool includes customizable templates to enable or disable Windows system services and features, per VMware recommendations and best practices, across multiple systems. Because most Windows system services are enabled by default, the optimization […] The post VMware OS Optimization Tool – New App Volumes Packaging Machine Template appeared first on…Read More
Automate IT Sessions at VMworld 2017 Las Vegas
VMworld 2017 Las Vegas is only one week ahead! August 27-31 is going to be crazy in Las Vegas. The week will hold a lot of exciting news, a great number of new features and a slew of great talks and sessions. We are all geared up for “Automate IT” related events and activities. Here is The post Automate IT Sessions at VMworld 2017 Las Vegas appeared first on VMware Cloud Management .
Improving workload performance with DRS and vROps 6.6
The DRS Dilemma. vSphere’s Distributed resource scheduler has long been a part of our data centers, keeping an ever vigilant watch over our hosts and their workloads. Distributed resource scheduler, or DRS for short, is responsible for choosing the best host for each of our virtual machines to run on. When you deploy a new The post Improving workload performance with DRS and vROps 6.6 appeared first on VMware Cloud Management .