VMware Skyline A proactive support mechanism, which automatically and securely collects, aggregates, and analyzes product usage data which proactively identifies potential problems and helps VMware Technical Support Engineers improve the resolution time. Benefits: Proactively identify and prevent problems. Solve problems, not symptoms. Improve the reliability and stability of your environment. Reduce time-to-resolution for service requests.…

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AWS Outposts – announced today. Well this is going to be an interesting one. Next year are we going to be seeing lots of companies rolling racks or 1/2 racks of Amazon hardware in to their local data centers to run EC2 instances in their own DC’s? Are we going to see service providers doing…

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  A requirement arose to patch my vRealise Log Insight manager 4.6.0 to 4 .6 1 based on Advisory ID: VMSA-2018-0028 so as it’s an pretty easy task I have upgraded to 4.7.1 instead.   Advisory ID: VMSA-2018-0028 Severity:    Moderate Synopsis:    VMware vRealize Log Insight updates address an authorization bypass vulnerability Issue date:  2018-11-13 Updated…

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While investigating VMware on AWS, I was struggling to get an idea data charges in and out through various elements, until a friendly VMware SA pointed me in the direction of the blog of Gilles Chekroun This blog excellently illustrates all charges, therefore hand to share, all credit to Gilles.   Data Transfer IN : To…

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VMware Cloud Foundation 3.5 VMware Cloud Foundation makes it easy to deploy and run a hybrid cloud. VMware Cloud Foundation provides integrated cloud infrastructure (compute, storage, networking, and security) and cloud management services to run enterprise applications in both private and public environments. KEY BENEFITS VMware Cloud Foundation dramatically shortens the path to a true…

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Scenario: I have two separate vCenter Servers. Each has a vSAN cluster. Each cluster is connected to additional separate storage. Each cluster is on a different IP range, different naming convention and different domain. Hosts in each cluster are identical in spec, reside in the same rack and are physically connected to the same e/w…

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