A few weeks ago VMware announced Project nanoEDGE on their blog virtual blocks. I had a whole bunch of questions the following days from customers and partners interested in understanding what it is and what it does. I personally prefer to call project nanoEDGE “a recipe”. In the recipe, it states which configuration would be […]
In part 1 of this series, we built a Windows 10 desktop using HashiCorp Packer. Now we will script the installation of the VDI agents needed for our VMware Horizon environment. After this, we will patch the box with the latest updates, before applying the VMware OS Optimization Tool to produce a lean and clean … Continue reading Automating VDI Template Creation with VMware Code Stream and HashiCorp Packer – Part 2: Installing the VDI Agents
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Windows Server Failover Clustering (WSFC) can be a great fit for clustering applications and services on Microsoft Windows. Application and service availability with WSFC is just as important today as it was when Microsoft Clustering Services (MSCS) was first introduced. VMware vSphere has provided additional flexibility and choice that augments and extends the capabilities of
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VMware’s vExpert program is made up of industry professionals from around the vCommunity. The vExpert title is awarded to individuals who dedicate their time outside of work to share their experiences and useful information about VMware products with the rest of the community. In July of 2019, we spun off a sub-program called vExpert Cloud
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Actually, yesterday should be the day at which I migrate one of the last physical Windows vCenter servers installed in my customer base. Actually… the migration failed twice. And each time I had to rollback, power-on the old physical server, reset the computer account etc. The update was from VMware vCenter Server 6.0 Update 3d […]
In a previous post I explained how to deploy a routed network in an automated way using VMware Cloud Assembly and NSX-T. In this article I will explain another network construct that is included in Cloud Assembly: a NAT network. VMware Cloud Assembly is part of VMware’s next generation automation & orchestration platform vRealize Automation […]
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I recently had to deal with a situation were our vCenter server was unreachable. This vCenter runs vCenter HA (VCHA) and each node runs on a different ESXi host in a 3 hosts cluster thanks to an anti-affinity DRS rule. The management IP would not reply to ping. I opened…
Backblaze recently announced Version 7.0 of its cloud backup solution for consumer and business and I thought I’d run through the announcement here. Extended Version History 30 Days? 1 Year? One of the key parts of this announcement is support for extended retention of backup data. All Backblaze computer backup accounts have 30-Day Version […]