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EMC and VMware are disrupting Server SAN

Post by Keith Townsend (thank you)

The Server SAN market is pretty new but VMware and EMC have already started disrupting the market. Both VMware and EMC have entered the competition of hyper-converged infrastructures or more specifically the Server SAN market with purely software plays. 18 more words


[VMware] Security Alert! Heartbleed OpenSSL security issue

【4/20 Update】





このバグはOpenSSL 1.0.1から1.0.1fまでのバージョンに影響し、4月7日修正された1.0.1gがリリースされています。

VMware社からも、この”Heartbleed” バグによる影響や対象プロダクトに関するアラートが発表されました。

次の製品が”Heartbleed” バグによる影響を受けるリスクがあり、現在修正パッチを準備中とのことです。

  • ESXi 5.5
  • vCenter Server 5.5
  • VMware Fusion 6.0.x
  • VMware vCloud Automation Center (vCAC) 5.1.x
  • VMware vCloud Automation Center (vCAC) 5.2.x…
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Alert - vSphere 5.5 Update 1 and NFS - dropped connections

Hello all,

I started to see comments about this on Twitter yesterday afternoon – NFS hosts losing connections to ESXi hosts.  I saw it from VMware, and NetApp people / customers first.  382 more words


Setting up your first VM - Creating the virtual machine

Now that we’ve set up a new datastore we’re ready to deploy our first virtual machine. In this tutorial we’re going to be configuring and deploying a Windows Server 2008R2 virtual appliance, but the steps are the same regardless of the operating system you choose.


Part 4: Customizing the Health-Workload Scoreboard widget in vCenter Operations Custom UI

Part 4 of the series will go into detail about how to configure the ‘Health-Workload Scoreboard’ widget with the vCenter Operations Manager Custom UI. This, as others, will help in you creating your custom dashboards for quick references for specific systems and/or environments. 464 more words


Configuring your ESXI host - Setting up a datastore

Now that we have the vSphere client up and running we need to configure our ESXi host and set up some virtual machines. In this tutorial we’re going to go over the first step in the configuration process, setting up a new datastore.


Add and remove VMware NFS datastores via PowerCLI

Been experimenting with these recently, and they have to be added to or removed from each host individually, which is tedious via the GUI.

Easy via PowerShell/PowerCLI though. 46 more words