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[Blog] What's new in vSphere 6.5 #VMware #vExpert #VMWorld

As of today 18 October 2016, the VMware vSphere 6.5 has been officially announced at VMWorld Europe! VMware vSphere will continue the innovations in the industry-leading virtualization platform from VMware. That’s some exciting news right? Great! Let’s…
VMware vSphere 6.5 has just been announced at VMWorld Europe! Read here all the new stuff that is coming in this release.
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[Blog[ How to enable hidden Power Metrics in #vROps 6 #vExpert #VMware

According to vROps 6 Reference Guide, page 47, table 1-56, the Power Metrics for the Cluster Compute Resource are still included in vROps so they should be available from the object selector. Unfortunately, they are not. As by design, the Power Metrics…
A quick and easy blog post this time on how to enable hidden Power Metrics in vROps 6 when designing a custom view and dashboard for the ESXi hosts.
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[Blog] How to create custom #vROps group based on tags #VMware #vExpert

Personally, I love tags in the vCenter Server. Tags makes objects more sortable and searchable in the vCenter Server and other solutions as vROps. For example, you can create custom vROps groups based on tags. Let’s have a quick look how to create this in…
A quick bog post about how to create custom vROps groups based on tags defined in the vCenter Server.
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What's new in Infinio Accelerator 3.0? #Infinio #VMware

  Infinio, a market leader in storage acceleration, today announced the general availability of Accelerator 3.0, bringing raw performance of 1,000,000 IOPS, 20GB/sec throughput and 80 μs response time to VMware datacenters.  Built on VMware’s vSphere APIs…
Infinio, a market leader in storage acceleration, today announced the general availability of Accelerator 3.0, bringing raw performance of 1,000,000 IOPS, 20GB/sec throughput and 80 μs response time to VMware datacenters. Built on VMware’s vSphere APIs for I/O Filters (“VAIO”) framework, Accelerator is certified as “VMware Ready” and integrates with VMware’s Storage Policy-Based Management. This release furthers Infinio’s reputation for deliveri...
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This is a blog post on how to upgrade Site Recovery Manager 6 to version 6.1. It covers the steps and order needed for a successful upgrade.
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[Blog] vSphere C# client is dead, now what?! #VMware #vExpert

Today (18-05,2016), VMware officially announced the following about the vSphere C# client: “The vSphere C# client will no longer be available with the next release of vSphere” While VMware has been signalling this transition over the past few vSphere…
Official announcement from VMware regarding the availability of the vSphere C# client. Also included a FAQ regarding the changes and future releases.
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New Product from Devolutions: Introducing Wayk Now Beta! #vExpert #MVPbuzz

I’ve got some great news for you today from our friends at Devolutions! A new product called Wayk Now is being launched in the upcoming weeks. What’s Wayk Now? Using Wayk Now, you can take control of a remote computer, or allow an authorized user to take…
Devolutions will release a new product in the upcoming weeks called Wayk Now. Read on if you are interested in a beta access.
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[Blog] How to exclude ESXi host from #vROps licensing #vExpert #VMware

Excluding a ESXi host form vROps licensing and thus preventing it from being monitored is not a good idea in general. However, there are some use cases where you would like to exclude ESXi host from vROps monitoring. One case I came across recently is one…
A quick post on how to exclude an ESXi host from vROps licensing. Generally, it is not a good idea but there are some use cases sometimes. Read more here.
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[Blog] How to create custom vROps groups based on vCenter Server folder #vExpert #VMware #vROps

A quick post on how to create custom vROps groups based on the vCenter Server folders this time. It is a nice feature in vROps that lets you (dynamically) categorize your objects and display the data collected from those objects in dashboards and views…
A quick and easy blog post on how to create custom vROps groups based on vCenter Server folders that will help you organise the objects in vROps.
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This is a blog post on how to upgrade Site Recovery Manager 6 to version 6.1. It covers the steps and order needed for a successful upgrade.
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[Blog] How to upgrade Site Recovery Manager 6 to version 6.1 #VMware #vExpert #SRM #BCDR

The Site Recovery Manager 6.1 has been released for a while now so it is a good time to have a look at the upgrade process from version 6.0. Before you jump into the upgrade process, have a quick look at what’s new in Site Recovery Manager 6.1 in one of…
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VMTurbo VMWorld 2016 Giveaway is back! #VMWorld #vExpert

Great news today from our friends at VMTurbo today! Do you want to attend VMworld 2016 US in Las Vegas this year, but your company won’t pay for the conference passes? Try your luck and win two full conference passes to VMworld on VMTurbo. Let VMTurbo…
Great news today from our friends at VMTurbo today! Do you want to attend VMworld 2016 US in Las Vegas this year, but your company won’t pay for the conference passes? Try your luck and win two full conference passes to VMworld on VMTurbo. Let VMTurbo send you to VMworld 2016! Enter for a chance to win two free tickets. There will be 3 drawings May, 27th June, 17th July, 15th Sweepstakes starts May 4, 2016 and ends on July 15, 2016 at 11:59PM EST...
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