Tag Archives: Virtualization

Using Variable Maps to Dynamically Deploy vSphere VMs with Terraform

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I’ve been working on a project over the last couple of weeks that has enabled me to sharpen my Terraform skills. There is nothing better than learning by doing and there is also nothing better than continuously improving code through more advanced constructs and methods. As this project evolved it became apparent that I would need to be able to

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VMware #1 in IDC Cloud System Management Software Report 7 Years in a Row!

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VMware ranked #1 in IDC Cloud System Management Software Report As mentioned in the press release, VMware has been ranked number one in the IDC cloud system management software report: “Worldwide Cloud System and Service Management Software Market Shares, 2018: Multicloud Strategies Take the Lead.”  The report provides an analysis of the worldwide system and service

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VMware #1 in IDC Automation Software Report 4 Years in a Row!

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VMware ranked #1 in IDC Automation Software Report As mentioned in the press release, VMware has been ranked number one in the IDC automation software report: “Worldwide IT Automation and Configuration Management Software Market Shares, 2018: Year of Market Expansion” – second consecutive year for this report.  The report provides a competitive analysis of the worldwide

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Migrate Windows vCenter to vCenter Server appliance

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With the release of vSphere 6.0 update 2, migration of windows based vCenter server 5.5 and 6.0 to vCSA is supported. If you are running with windows based vCenter Server 6.0, You will be able to migrate to the vCenter Server appliance using this migration tool. With vSphere 6.5, option to Migrate windows vCenter to vCenter Appliance is included with […]

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2 node direct connect vSAN and error “vSphere HA agent on this host could not reach isolation address”

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I’ve had this question over a dozen times now, so I figured I would add a quick pointer to my blog. What is causing the error “vSphere HA agent on this host could not reach isolation address” to pop up on a 2-node direct connect vSAN cluster? The answer is simple, when you have vSAN […] Continue reading

Troubleshooting vSphere Guest Operations API

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What is vSphere Guest Operations Recently I’ve been heavily utilizing vSphere Guest Operations API for automating vCenter patching. vSphere Guest Operations (GuestOps) is an API, which allows you to run commands on a virtual machine without needing to connect to it over the network. All you need is credentials to the vCenter managing the virtual […]

Visit the VMware NSX Team at SpringOne Platform 2019

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Come see VMware and the NSX team at SpringOne Platform in Austin, TX from October 7-11 in booth T1! Why Attend SpringOne Platform? SpringOne Platform is Pivotal’s annual conference for developers, IT operators and leaders, platform managers, and anyone else that wants to be part of one of the most vibrant software development communities in the world. Developers

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