How to set up a Docker host on vCloud Air (via TechTarget)
Virtualization expert Stuart Burns gives us an introduction to VMware’s public cloud strategy with this tutorial to set up Docker instances on vCloud Air.
How to Prepare for Your VCP6 Exam
For many, VCP training and examinations can be a complex, nerve-racking process that often leads to the question, “Where do I start?” If you find yourself already asking this question, you came to the right blog! I will outline my recent experience, which will guide you through your VCP6 in the most efficient and effective way possible.
Recently I had a strange problem. Power off VM’s would not power on, and would give this generic error.
I found KB 1006232 and was able to power on the VM by command line, but I was still not able to power them on by directly connecting to the host through the C client. Or using vCenter through the web and C client. I tried a lot of things, but in the end restarting the vCenter server fixed everything.
AirWatch 8.3: A Smarter, More Secure Digital Workspace
New AirWatch release enables unified user experience and no-password mobile single sign-on, bringing intelligent workflow templates and end-user education tools to IT leaders worldwide.
I am very happy to be able to say that I am a vExpert 2016. I aim to be one every year. Congratulations to all my fellow vExperts!
EMC and VMware introduce VxRail, a new hyper-converged appliance
Advertise here with BSA As most of you know I’ve been involved in Virtual SAN in some shape or form since the very first release. Reason I was very excited about Virtual SAN is because I felt it would provide anyone the ability to develop a hyper-converged offering. Many VMware partners have already done this, and with the VSAN […] ” EMC and VMware introduce VxRail, a new hyper-converged appliance ” originally appeared on Yellow-Bricks.com . Follow me on twitter – @DuncanYB.
I was recently built up a new Cluster of 3 host with a Distributed Switch. I had created my Management and vMotion groups with no issues, but when I created the server port group it did not show up under hosts. The VM’s were already built and working on the network, and I only noticed this issue when I tried to vMotion one of the VM’s to another host.
To fix the issue I had to create a new port group for that vlan and migrate the VM’s over to it. I then deleted the old port group, and renamed the new one to the old ones name. I have no idea why this happened my only guess is that I hit some really weird bug.