Recently I finally bit the bullet and decided to bring the vCenter portion of a vSphere...Read More
One of my VCSA deployments, the only one running 6.0 experienced a switch failure and in result a network outage of roughly 5 minutes the other day. Not a big deal, but unfortunately this was a very “cost effective”...Read More
Today VMware has introduced the world to VMware vCenter Log Insight, labeling it as a "new automated log management and analytics product for the cloud era". In my opinion this is a great next step for...Read More
Wait! What! 3!?!?! Yes, you read correctly! While in the days of vCenter 5.0 and below we only had to worry about 1 database, the release of 5.1 has tripled that! This is something I hadn’t even thought about...Read More
vCenter Orchestrator in it’s basics is a workflow development tool that can be used to schedule and automate multiple tasks in your environment. A tool that can be used to create and execute workflows not only on your...Read More
It should be no surprise to any of my regular readers or followers that I am a huge fan of vCenter Operations. Being a VMware customer I find that it is a huge time-saver when trying to pin point performance issues within our...Read More
Something I’ve noticed on my 3 upgrades of vCenter so far is that after implementing SSO and upgrading to vCenter 5.1 users now have to log into the clients using the format DOMAIN\Username. Not a big deal, but different...Read More
Unitrends has been inside the backup industry for over 20 years! That’s a long time to be a key player inside of one industry. How do they do it? By staying on top of the ever so changing nature of backup. That’s...Read More
Alright, here is my second attempt at putting together a short video outlining some of the cool new features of vSphere 5.1, more specifically the new Web Client. In my last video I fumbled through trying to show you a little...Read More
So the release of vSphere 5.1 has brought us many new features; we have integrated backup, integrated replication, the vCloud Suite, Network HealthChecks…way to many to mention. One however that I haven’t seen very...Read More
OK another quick post with some hopefully useful information for someone.. Remember these? And how we could select Edit-Client Settings and uncheck the following box to get rid of them. That was great, but guess what, now we...Read More
Every morning I like to fire up vCOps and have a look at my environment and when I do this, I like to see nothing but green (maybe a bit of yellow :)) For the past week or so that hasn't been the case… Not...Read More
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