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VCP Expired? Here's how you can save some bucks on Re-certification

Hello all,  VMware today has announced a change in plan for all those who have an expired VCP. Earlier, you had to retake the entire 5 day training class to be able to get re-certified, but things changed a bit now.  115 more words

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What's new in VMware vSphere 6.5

Below is the link to a VMware blog on the new look and features in vSphere 6.5


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Part 11 - Configure Inventory Mappings

As promised in the previous post, we will now configure mappings between the Protected and Recovery Site. Mappings have to be done for Resources, Folders, Network and Datastores for the SRM to work properly. 472 more words

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Part 4 - Installing HP VSA on VMware Worstation - Step By Step

Well, in our previous post we have seen how HP VSA can be installed on vSphere, in this post we will see how HP VSA can be installed on VMware Workstation. 446 more words

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vSphere 6.0 Update 2m - KB article

Interesting KB article to read if your considering utilising the VMware migration tool to vSphere 6.0 Update 2m.

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Using vSphere On-Disk MetaData Analyzer (VOMA)

What do you do when you have problems accessing some files on a VMFS datastore or you cannot delete files on datastore? Well, all such problems related to VMFS datastore can now be detected and also can be fixed sometimes. 273 more words

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iSCSI LUN masking in ESXi 6 - Step by Step

Today, while setting up things for SRM home lab, i was using the same iSCSI Storage server for the Protected and Recovery Site, i know this is a bad design but for a home lab it should be fine and obviously the ESXi hosts at both protected and recovery sites see the LUNs presented at each site. 495 more words

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