vSphere 6.5 Encryption – How to configure encryption for VMs — via Enterprise Daddy
There were a lot of features that were introduced with the vSphere 6.5 and vSphere 6.5 Encryption of VMs was one among them.
How to revert an ESXi host to a previous version using DCUI
http://kb.vmware.com/kb/1033604 This video demonstrates how to revert an ESXi host to a previous version using Direct Console User Interface (DCUI). VMware recommends that you back up the configuration data before proceeding with any changes Reverting of an ESXi host is only valid if the host was updated using one of these methods: • VIB installation or removal • Profile installation or removal • ESXi host updated using VMware Update Manager • ESXi host updated from a ISO For additional information, see VMware Knowledge Base article 1033604 at the following URL http://kb.vmware.com/kb/1033604
#NSX Install Guide Part 2 – Data Plane — via ESXsi
In Part 1 we looked at the overall design of the environment and official documentation, as well as preparing the management and control planes by installing NSX Manager and an NSX Controller cluster. In this post we will focus on installing components in the data plane; preparing the hosts for NSX, configuring VXLAN, VTEP interfaces, Transport Zones, and creating a logical switch. To complete the routing configuration Part 3 will walk through NSX Edge and Distributed Logical Routers.
What’s New in VMware vCloud Director 8.20 — Technical White Paper
vCloud Director 8.20 includes major functional updates. The solution now integrates more closely with VMware NSX® network virtualization, which means that end users will be able customize many network settings.
VMware – Configure vSphere Auto Deploy — via driftar’s Blog
The last few days and weeks i was preparing for my VCP6-DCV exam. Well, i’m still preparing for it, there is ahelluva stuff to learn and understand. One thing is vSphere Auto Deploy.
Looking For A VMware Technical Paper Repository?
As an engineer, I tend to go looking for technical papers to provide information on requirements, install, and configuration information for solutions on a regular basis. In most cases, most of us go looking for them by searching Google. Well I was given this link by a co-worker which is a repository of technical papers for all of VMware solutions in one single place.