Last week VMware released vSphere 6.7 Update 1. While the buzz around this release was less than the previous release it still contains a ton of enhancements for vCenter, ESXi and vSAN. Like 6.7 before it, this is a lot more than a point release and represents a significant upgrade from vSphere 6.7. Looking through the release notes, there appears The post vSphere 6.7 Update 1 – Top New Features and Platform Supportability appeared first on VIRTUALIZATION IS LIFE! .
PowerCLI and VVols Part V: Array Snapshots and VVols
Another post in my series on VVols and PowerCLI, for previous posts see these: PowerCLI and VVols Part I: Assigning a SPBM Policy PowerCLI and VVols Part II: Finding VVol UUIDs PowerCLI and VVols Part III: Getting VVol UUIDs from the FlashArray PowerCLI and VVols Part IV: Correlating a Windows NTFS to a VMDK This … Continue reading PowerCLI and VVols Part V: Array Snapshots and VVols →
If vSAN Powered The Matrix, Extended Edition
The presentation featured in this post is from the October 2018 Dallas VMUG UserCon and is the extended edition of an idea born from a vBrownBag presentation at VMworld 2017. After giving that pre…Read More
Recently I’ve had the pleasure of testing the new version of Runecast Analyzer, version 2.0. Being a Cloud Management specialist at VMware, I’ve heard of Runecast but I default to vRealize Operations when it comes to managing a vSphere environment. So, I never had any… The post Health check your vSphere environment using Runecast Analyzer appeared first on VMGuru .