Using Azure PowerShell to deploy Microsoft Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) cluster in Microsoft Azure, Super simple step by step guide.
Network Monitoring Enhancements in vSAN 7 Update 2 Administrators need to be able to quickly understand the health and performance of a network. Visibility into the network is key to a reliable and consistent hyperconverged platform. VMware vSAN 7 Update 2 introduces several new metrics and […]
TGI Kubernetes 150: “Production Kubernetes” Book Discussion
This week we are trying something new on TGIK! Joe is inviting the authors of “Production Kubernetes” on to talk about the book. Come, hang out and ask questions. Let’s see how many of Josh, Rich, Alex and John we can get to join us. You can get a FREE (in exchange for email) copy here: https://tanzu.vmware.com/content/ebooks/production-kubernetes. You can also buy a paper copy book: https://www.amazon.com/Production-Kubernetes-Successful-Application-Platforms/dp/1492092304
Nabil Quadri, Group Product Manager, presents VMware SaaS Orchestrator and cloud service configuration. VMware Cloud DR greatly simplifies the process of setting up a DR plan with its built-in DR orchestration capabilities. This presentation is a technical deep dive into these capabilities and […]
As most of you probably know, vSAN File Services is not supported on a stretched cluster with vSAN 7.0 or 7.0U1. However, starting with vSAN 7.0 U2 we now fully support the use of vSAN File Services on a stretched cluster configuration! Why is that? In 7.0 U2, you now have the ability to specify […]
New Release – PowerCLI 12.3
It is my pleasure to announce the release of PowerCLI 12.3. Here are some of the key highlights for this release. Release Highlight Workload Management Support for vSphere with Tanzu with vSphere Networking New cmdlet New-WMNamespaceNetworkSpec to create a network specification for Namespace network vSphere Support for Native Key Provider Cross vCenter VM Cloning vSAN … Continued The post New Release – PowerCLI 12.3 appeared first on VMware PowerCLI Blog.
Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS) Enhancement for vSAN Stretched Cluster
Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS) Enhancement for vSAN Stretched Cluster VMware vSphere Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS) automates the initial placement of virtual machines and workload balancing across a vSphere cluster. DRS also makes cluster maintenance easier by streaming the migration of virtual machines to and from hosts as each host enters and exits maintenance mode. These … Continued The post Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS) Enhancement for vSAN Stretched Cluster appeared…Read More
Deployment of VMware Cloud Director 10.2 on VMware Cloud Foundation 4.0
VMware Cloud Director on VMware Cloud Foundation is quite beneficial for providers as it saves time in the deployment and configuration of underlying infrastructure required for VMware Cloud Director. There are various ways by which one can deploy VMware Cloud Director on VMware Cloud Foundation. This video talks about one of the deployment scenario and demonstrates the end to end deployment process of VMware Cloud Director 10.2 in the management domain of VMware Cloud Foundation 4.0. Products covered: VMware Cloud Director, VMware Cloud Foundation
Announcing Limited Extension of VMware vSphere 6.5 General Support Period
By — Paul Turner, VP Product Management, Cloud Platform Business Unit, VMware This month marks a full year that many businesses transitioned to a work from home model with the onset of the global pandemic. That’s created challenges for some of our customers with regards to IT operations and strategic planning. It has also led … Continued The post Announcing Limited Extension of VMware vSphere 6.5 General Support Period appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
Announcing Limited Extension of vSAN 6.5 and 6.6 General Support Period
VMware is committed to supporting our customers for growth and success. In these trying times, some of you have contacted us to share that the global pandemic has made it more difficult to execute your planned infrastructure upgrades. We can help address this challenge by offering both increased flexibility and continued support as we work … Continued The post Announcing Limited Extension of vSAN 6.5 and 6.6 General Support Period appeared first on VMware vSAN Virtual Blocks Blog.
Find a VM by Note I am sure most of you are aware that vCenter Server provides the ability to add free-form textual information to a Virtual Machine (VM). In the vSphere UI this feature is available in the VM Summary view: For those of you who love programming, the vCenter Server API is […]
As you can see from my weekly Tweets, I am usually doing something that involves Kubernetes (K8s), whether that it is playing with Knative and our VMware Event Broker Application solution or doing some deep R&D research. I wanted to share some of the tips and tools that I have been using which […]
Congratulations To Our New 2020 VCDXs
Earning a VCDX certification is no easy feat. It takes years of experience, months of preparation, and an intense defense. VMware CEO, Pat Gelsinger, has called it the “PhD” of VMware. Congratulations to all of the candidates who overcame the hurdles this year to become official VCDXs.
Tanzu Advanced Edition & Training Resources Now Available
The latest edition of VMware Tanzu, Tanzu Advanced, is orderable via ELA. Tanzu Advanced helps customers simplify container lifecycle at scale and speed app delivery. Read the official blog post, replay the vmLIVE, or head over to the Tanzu editions page to learn more. Plus, find answers to all [..]
If you’ve watched any of my YouTube videos over the last year or so you know that I’m fond of Bruce Schneier’s essay “The Process of Security.” He wrote it in the year 2000, and in it he espouses the idea that security is a process, first and foremost. His list of security processes at […]
vExpert 2021 Award Announcement
Thank you to everyone who applied for vExpert and to the vExpert PROs for managing the voting process, it’s a lot of work! We are pleased to announce the list of 2021 vExperts. You can visit the vExpert Directory to see the list and profiles of each vExpert.
My last post was about my 100GbE implemetation, this one is even more on the physical side. I decided to re-arrange my entire datacenter I. Both 42U racks have been moved to better arrange all the cables and interconnections. […]
Certified Kubernetes Administrator is a challenging exam by CNCF. Unlike many other certifications, it’s a practical lab. There are many aspects to clearing the exam with ease, one of the aspects is “Time Management”. We will look into time management today and look at the other aspects in an […]