VMware NSX – Getting Started Hands-on Lab
Here’s a great way to get your feet wet and start testing and using NSX.
Register for VMware NSX 60-Day Hands-on Lab Trial
Put your skills to the test – take a VMware Challenge Lab
For those of you that unfamiliar with the Challenge lab series, we have worked on these labs alongside our Global Support Services team. These are the people that provide awesome support for our products when you need it. We gathered a list of potential pitfalls that they receive calls on most often and built scenarios around them in a lab. It is then up to you to resolve that issue, almost a we break it, you fix it lab!
vSphere 6.5 Update 1 – Under the Hood
I’m excited to announce that vSphere 6.5 Update 1 is now available and it has some great enhancements. While we have seen 5 patch releases so far, 6.5 Update 1 rolls all of those updates together as well as includes some long awaited functionality. Without further ado, let’s take a look under the hood of this highly anticipated release!
I personally got a printed version at VMworld, but also grabbed the free e-book as well. Nothing like being able to have the book available for me to read at a moments notice when I’m not home.
In June of this year, Niels and I published the vSphere 6.5 Host Resources Deep Dive, and the community was buzzing. Twitter exploded, and many community members provided rave reviews. This excitement caught Rubriks attention, and they decided to support the community by giving away 2000 free copies of the printed version at VMworld. The […] The post Free vSphere 6.5 Host Resources Deep Dive E-Book appeared first on frankdenneman.nl .
New vSAN migration guide available!
Due to the number and variety of customers interested in, and indeed, deploying vSAN – questions come up all the time to do with migrations from existing infrastructures to a new one running on VMware vSAN, some of these are trivial, while others take a little planning. To make your migration journey to vSAN more The post New vSAN migration guide available! appeared first on Virtual Blocks .
Kubernetes Introduction for VMware Users – Part 1: The Theory
By Hany Michaels, Senior Staff Solutions Architect NSBU, VMware This is the second part of my “Kubernetes in the Enterprise” blog series. As I mentioned in my last article, it is important to get everyone to the same level of understanding about Kubernetes (K8s) before we can proceed to the design and implementation guides. I am The post Kubernetes Introduction for VMware Users – Part 1: The Theory appeared first on Cloud-Native Apps .
Google Chrome crashes with vSphere Web Client 6.x – The Virtualist
A lot has been written in the last few days about the Shockwave Flash crashing when using vSphere Web Client 6.x VMware produced KB2151945 on how to workaround the problem, yes a workaround, because until now there is no resolution for the problem. Until now nothing new, just follow the KB … Continue reading
Now Shipping: VMware Workstation 14 & VMware Fusion 10
Today, after two years of tireless work by teams on multiple continents, we deliver VMware Workstation 14 Pro, VMware Fusion 10 Pro, Workstation 14 Player and Fusion 10 to our expectant fans. You will
New VMware Fling: DRS Dump Insight
DRS Dump Insight is a service portal where users can upload drmdump files and it provides a summary of the DRS run, with a breakup of all the possible moves along with the changes in ESX hosts reso…Read More
VMware Gets Its Mojo Back At VMworld 2017. VMworld this year was full of some great announcements. AppDefense and the Amazon AWS partnership were the biggest to name a couple. I’m very much looking forward to the future of VMware and where they are heading. It seems they are finally listening to customers and putting that feedback to good use.
VMware has finally stopped apologizing for existing and also acknowledged that cloud is something customers want to use.