VMware vCloud Director Basics, Introduction

VMware #vCloud #Director explained in simple words

VMware vCloud Director Basics, Introduction

Cloud computing is growing at a spectacular pace. Most organizations are either using cloud technology or developing products that support it. VMware’s cloud management tool is called vCloud Director (vCD), which works on Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) architecture. Some key points related to vCloud Director have been mentioned below:


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Kubernetes 1.6 Anticipated to Make its Debut…

New #containers are approaching…. Kubernetes 1.6 Anticipated to Make its Debut This Week

Kubernetes 1.6 Anticipated to Make its Debut…

Kubernetes 1.6 is forecasted to make its debut sometime this week, according to a Mirantis OpenStack blog. The latest version is expected to include new scheduling features and networking capabilities, as well as new capabilities for DaemonSets, and the beta release of Kubernetes Federation.


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What is VMware Enhanced vMotion Compatibility…

Fundamental for an efficient vMotion: What is VMware Enhanced vMotion Compatibility (EVC)

What is VMware Enhanced vMotion Compatibility…

I know many of you knows what that is, but this post is targeting people who do not or know a little bit, but they’re not sure if what they know is enough. If you’re experienced VMware admin you’ll won’t find probably anything you don’t already know. VMware Enhanced vMotion Compatibility (EVC) is a vSphere cluster feature which allows virtual machines (VMs) to use vMotion between hosts with different processors. (CPUs). The way that EVC works is basically masking the advanced capabilities of the newer CPUs in order to have the same level fo instructions across the whole VMware cluster.


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How to Email a Custom Alert (Part 1)

How to Email a Custom Alert (Part 1) [blogs.vmware.com/management]

How to Email a Custom Alert (Part 1)

In vRealize Operations, you can access a series of pre-defined alerts that give you immediate insight into problems when they arise. Many companies also use custom alerts to meet their unique business processes. In this blog post, I will highlight how you can create your own alert definitions and create notifications for the custom alert, making it easy to generate an email for those specific notifications.


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Updated – Official SQL Server on vSphere best…

Deploying #SQL Server on #vSphere? Have a look at the updated Official best practices guide

Updated – Official SQL Server on vSphere best…

Microsoft SQL Server is the most virtualized enterprise mission critical application today. In recent years it has become a mainstream effort among VMware customers to virtualize critical databases to allow better agility and scale while increasing availability and operational efficiency.


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vCloud Director 8.20: Orchestrated Upgrade

A foolproof step-by-step guide to upgrade #vCloud Director 8.20 #vCD – successfully followed right now

vCloud Director 8.20: Orchestrated Upgrade

vCloud Director architecture consist of multiple cells that share common database. The upgrade process involves shutting down services on all cells, upgrading them, upgrading the database and starting the cells. In large environments where there are three or more cells this can be quite labor intensive.


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What is The Difference between VMware vSphere,…

What is The Difference between VMware vSphere, ESXi and vCenter – not only cool words

What is The Difference between VMware vSphere,…

This post is not a deep dive, and it’s not even much technical. We’ll focus on VMware terminology. It’ is just a quick post for folks unsure about the differences between the base VMware products. Almost anyone knows ESXi, but the difference between vSphere and vCenter? People are often confused and unsure, but those answers are rather simple. Let’s get through this to clear any doubts. This post will teach you What is The Difference between VMware vSphere, ESXi and vCenter.


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