New product enhancements include: Stretched clusters: Virtual SAN 6.1 supports stretched clusters that span two geographic locations to protect data from site failures or loss of network connection. This enables active-active Datacenters Virtual SAN for Remote Office / Branch Office (ROBO): Virtual SAN 6.1 provides the ability and support to Continue reading VMware Virtual SAN 6.1 is here!
Disclaimer! This is using an unsupported change to vCenter and the setting also controls concurrent vMotions. Use this at your own risk. Always snapshot or backup your vCneter Server and database before attempting this change.
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True story, recently my car was broken into and my Mac Book was stolen. Not a total loss as I keep most of my files synced to VMware Horizon data. However I did invest a lot of time setting up my Mac just the way I like it. So it Continue reading Apple Time Capsule as a Service with vRA/vCAC and VMware Photon
In this article, I’ll show you how you can quickly perform an integration between VCAC and Service Now for the purposes of creating and updating CIs in the CMDB for VM machine instances. I’m using the VCO/VCAC plugin for this integration, instead of the previously used VCAC Designer (no longer Continue reading Service Now CMDB Integration in 30 Minutes
There I said it. I keep hearing this recurring theme that customers want to to provide self service with AIX or HP-UX. First of all, how often do you provision AIX to warrant self service anyway? In my experience it is not nearly as often as Window’s or Linux. Second, Continue reading AIX is not cloud
In this two part guide I walk you through the magic of vCAC to vCO extensibility. You will be able to automate any part of your provisioning process like the following: Two part guide here: How to extend vCAC with vCO Part Continue reading vCAC to vCO Magic Secrets Revealed
Opening the Infrastructure tab fails when the administrator is a member of several hundred groups When using Active Directory and SSO, an IaaS administrator who is a member of many groups might be unable to display the Infrastructure tab. Attempting to do so may yield one of the following errors: Continue reading REPO 404 Error when clicking Infrastructure tab in vCAC 6.0.1
After installing vCAC 6, you can utilize the built-in vCO workflows via the embedded vCO instance. Since the embedded vCO instance is installed on the vCAC 6 appliance, all you need to do is run the “Add a vCAC host” workflow from your for vCO client. Please ensure you have Continue reading VCAC 6 Plugin for vCO – Adding a vCAC Host for IAAS