Category Archives: VMware

AZ Failure Recovery Within VMware Cloud on AWS

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Occasionally a customer will ask if there is any risk of losing data in the event of a transient AZ failure. The short answer is no; there is no need to worry. Temporary failures such as a power outage are not terminal.   A source of this confusion is a mix of terminology. VMware and

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Wavefront Plugin for Jenkins: The Native Wavefront-Jenkins Integration Solution

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By Dimitar Parapanov Wavefront by VMware (Wavefront) is a massively scalable, real-time, analytics platform for metrics monitoring. Offered as software-as-a-service (SaaS), Wavefront allows you to ask almost any question of your data and get answers back in real-time, then easily turn such queries into dashboards and alerts. Jenkins server can be challenging to monitor. With hundreds

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How to manage ESXi hosts remotely with PowerCLI

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How to manage ESXi hosts remotely with PowerCLI How to manage ESXi hosts remotely with PowerCLI When choosing to administer VMware-based virtual machines (VMs), administrators have a few decisions to make when prepping their bare-metal hosts and configuring the guest OSes, the storage spaces, and switches used to communicate with each other and across networks. The choices center on how to…Read More VMware Social Media Advocacy

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Export VMware Horizon pool settings

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I created a simple PowerShell script that exports all the pool settings on a Horizon Connection Server and saves them in a separate JSON file. To run this script follow the requirements below: Download the script from my GitHub page. Edit the ‘Export-HorPool.ps1’ script and enter the correct file location in the ‘$fileloc’ variable. The … Read more

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migrate to vcsa 6.5 U3 GUI xlarge issue

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For a customer I’m migrating their legacy vSphere 5.5 environment to vSphere 6.5 U3.The migration is from a windows vCenter to the VCSA.First, we tried to use the GUI and stumbled over an issue. GUI The GUI, is of course a nice, friendly way to do this process. But when we got at the stage … Continue reading “migrate to vcsa 6.5 U3 GUI xlarge issue”

Top 20 articles for vSAN, November 2019

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Status of TLSv1.1/1.2 Enablement and TLSv1.0 Disablement across VMware products Thick-provisioned VMs onhttps://kb.vmware.com/s/article/ vSAN detected on vSAN-health check “Host cannot communicate with all other nodes in vSAN enabled cluster” error VASA Provider Registration Troubleshooting vSAN Health Service – Online Health – Controller Utility Is Installed on Host Unable to retrieve vSAN related information via HTML5

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FortiGate-VM – VMware NSX-T Data Center

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By extending the FortiGate-VM native integration with the VMware NSX-T Data Center, Fortinet delivers advanced security for east-west and north-south traffic.

This deep integration provides customers with the confidence to extend their virtualized infrastructure across multi-hypervisor environments, private, and public clouds with a unified security layer.

This joint solution enables zero-trust security across hypervisors and clouds, mitigating the lateral movement of threats and providing advanced L7 security. It also enables policy-based firewall controls on each virtualized network interface card across the data center for east-west traffic inspection. 

FortiManager has a built-in NSX-T fabric connector to enable automation and provide dynamic object updates between the VMware NSX Manager and the FortiGate-VM security nodes.