VMware vSAN 6.7 U3 is Generally Available
Download vSAN 6.7 U3 VMware vSAN 6.7 Update 3 (U3) is generally available to download! vSAN 6.7 U3 delivers container-ready infrastructure through Cloud Native Storage (CNS) to support agile, next-gen application development; enhancements to management for consistent operations across hybrid clouds; under-the-hood performance improvements; and a new vSAN Enterprise Plus edition, which includes vRealize Operations to enable self-driving operations, intelligent remediation, The post VMware vSAN…Read More
New Release: PowerCLI 11.4.0
August is always a great month when it comes to new releases, and this year is no different. Even before VMworld, there have already been announcements for vSphere 6.7 Update 3, NSX-T 2.4.2, and a new version of HCX. The PowerCLI team has one more exciting release for you in the form of PowerCLI 11.4.0! […] The post New Release: PowerCLI 11.4.0 appeared first on VMware PowerCLI Blog.
Organizations today are on a multi-cloud journey, and VMware is committed to investing in solutions that address the core needs of our customers. In that spirit, VMware is announcing its intent to acquire Bitnami, a leader in application packaging solutions providing the largest catalog of click-to-deploy applications and development stacks for major cloud and Kubernetes The post VMware to Acquire Bitnami appeared first on VMware Cloud Community.
I thought I should share my finding of this rather simple process (when you finally get it working) after spending a few hours troubleshooting and researching.
By default vCenter holds its own CA that caters to all moving parts within vSphere. From version 6.0 it’s possible to just replace the machine SSL certificate on the VCSA and the external PSC, a model also know as the hybrid model.
Hybrid because it keeps the internal CA for all other functions that don’t relate to the machine certificate.
Today I was looking for at way to test some php code quickly and easily.
Friday turned out to be a tinker day, one of those where you come home a little wiser than when you left 🙂
In production we have some HPE servers running large data collections, something I guess would qualify as big-data. They are based on CentOS 7.2 and each have a data volume of 15TB that was running low.
The last couple of days there has been a lot of talk about the latest vulnerabilities affecting all modern CPU’s. This should be a concern for all of us as they have been proven to be somewhat easily exploitable and it is just a matter of time before targeted exploits are found in the wild.
Or maybe the title should have been “How to correctly license Microsoft Server 2016 in a virtual environment”
I know it’s not a new thing and there are many sites describing the procedure on how to find out what license packs you need when having to license correctly with the changes made to the license model beginning with Server 2016.
I found this little thing on my pc that I did almost three years ago.
In this guide we will go through the steps required for getting 802.1x authentication up and running on a single server that only has the domain controller role installed.