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The Virtual Machine is Running in monitor mode that is incompatible for Fault Tolerance – How to Fix (ESX Virtualization)

When doing a testing in my lab today I had this error saying “The Virtual Machine is Running in monitor mode that is incompatible for Fault Tolerance” – when wanting to activate VMware Fault Tolerance (FT) on one of my test VMs. The test VM it was a Windows 2012 R2 VM and I was [...] Read the full post The Virtual Machine is Running in monitor mode that is incompatible for Faul...

SAP HANA Data Protection: Predictability in a world filled with uncertainties (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

By Srikanth Venkataseshu, Senior Marketing Manager, Backup, Recovery and Archive Solutions, HP Storage   @srikseshu   For most customers, the journey for SAP HANA usually starts with a sidecar implementation, then graduates to Business Warehouse (BW) workloads, before eventually moving to ERP, CRM applications—or, in other words, Suite on HANA (S/4 HANA).   HP has made str...

HP Storage at Discover (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

If you're coming to HP Discover a short few days from now, I wanted to help you get the most out of it. And if you can't join us in Las Vegas, I'll have a couple of URLs that will give you a front row seat to the action. Lots of exciting things happening in HP Storage and we'll have a few things to keep you busy learning and having some fun too.   Best of the Best Conferences like HP Disc...

Technology Short Take #51 (Scott's Weblog)

Welcome to Technology Short Take #51, another collection of posts and links about key data center technologies like networking, virtualization, cloud management, and applications/operating systems. Here’s hoping you find something useful in this collection! Networking I’m not sure if this falls here or into the “Cloud Computing/Cloud Computing” category, but Shannon McFarland—fell...

HP 3PAR Express Writes: this is what innovation looks like (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

By Ivan Iannaccone, Product Line Strategist, HP Storage  @IvanIannaccone   With the release of HP 3PAR OS 3.2.1, we introduced a new functionality called Express Writes that is aimed to lower the overall write latency for small block random writes. Six months later, we’ve gone back and looked at how this changed positively impacted customer workloads. In this 3PAR Thursday post, I’...

What is the entry cost for Nutanix Community Edition – CE (VirtualizeTips)

Advertise here with BSALast week Nutanix officially announced the Community Edition of their platform. They let everyone know that a private Alpha and Beta test period had already been completed and was starting a public Beta period. The public Beta will allow users to sing up and Nutanix will open up the Beta to a new set of testers each week. This will allow them to onboard new testers ea...

Amazon WorkSpaces Gains App Subscriptions but Still Falls Short (The Virtualization Practice)

Amazon has taken a big step forward in its application delivery strategy, taking to the stage at the April AWS Summit in San Francisco to announce the introduction of AWS Marketplace for Desktop Apps, a dedicated storefront for Amazon’s Desktop as a Service platform, Amazon WorkSpaces, through which customers can purchase off-the-shelf applications to run…Read more →Amazon WorkSpac...

VAAI support in vSphere Standard and up as of 6.0! (Yellow Bricks)

Advertise here with BSAAfter some internal discussions over the last months it was decided to move VAAI (vSphere APIs for Array Integration) and Multi-Pathing down to vSphere Standard as of 6.0. Main reason for this was that Virtual Volumes, by many considered as the natural evolution of VAAI, is also part of vSphere Standard. So if you have vSphere Standard and a VAAI capable array and l...

How-to use VMware vCenter Server Support Assistant 6.0 (ESX Virtualization)

VMware vCenter Server Support Assistant 6.0 is Free virtual appliance (and plugin) which aims to help to proactively monitor your environment for alerts and recommended fixes. It allows to receive alerts or monthly status emails. The appliance helps when filling up support requests for VMware (reactive support) as it collects and attaches the diagnostic information [...] Read the full post How-t...

Free e-learning course – VMware Integrated OpenStack Fundamentals (Eric Sloof - NTPRO.NL)

OpenStack is a framework for delivering cloud services. As a cloud operating system, OpenStack controls large pools of compute, storage, and networking resources throughout a datacenter. VMware Integrated OpenStack (VIO) is a VMware supported OpenStack distribution that makes it easier for IT to run a production-grade OpenStack-based deployment on top of their existing VMware infrastructur...

Cisco UCS firmware update bug (Gabes Virtual World)

Just ran into a Cisco UCS bug. When upgrading the UCS firmware of your environment, some B200M4 blades may reboot spontaniously. I won’t tell you how I found out, but be sure to read this article: Cisco Bug: CSCut61527 – B200M4 could reboot on shallow_chkpt when BMC returns invalid FRU data. https://tools.cisco.com/quickview/bug/CSCut61527 Affected firmware: 2.2(3) and 2.2(3a)A acc...

Using an Apt Proxy (Scott's Weblog)

In this post I’ll show you how to use apt-cacher-ng as an Apt proxy for Ubuntu systems on your network. I’m sure there are a lot of other resources that also provide this information, but I’m including it here for the sake of completeness and making it as easy as possible for others. Using an Apt proxy will help reduce the traffic coming from your network to external repositories, but it s...

Cisco to Buy Nutanix: Only the Truly Divine Would Deny Their Divinity (The Virtualization Practice)

There has been a rumor flying around the twitterverse and other social media outlets that Cisco is about to announce that it is buying Nutanix. This rumor started circulating when a report from a Portland-based equity research firm was released, opining that as a last post, John Chambers was going to buy Nutanix. Now, as…Read more →Cisco to Buy Nutanix: Only the Truly Divine Would De...

This host currently has no network management redundancy (Yellow Bricks)

Advertise here with BSABumped in to this a billion times by now, and I wouldn’t recommend applying this in production but for your lab when you need to take clean screenshots it works great. I’ve mentioned this setting before but as it was part of a larger article it doesn’t stand out when searching so I figured I would dedicate a short and simple article to it. Here is wh...

VMturbo 5.2 Released with QoS Adherence for Applications (ESX Virtualization)

VMturbo has released new version of their flagship product – VMturbo Operations Manager 5.2. A very interesting feature has been added to this release – QoS for applications. The previous VMturbo release has brought Application Control Module (ACM) and in the 5.2 release a SQL and Oracle support has been added for ACM. So it [...] Read the full post VMturbo 5.2 Released with QoS Adhe...

Use Lightwave to authenticate SSH logins to Photon (VCritical » VCritical » )

Project Lightwave is an open source identity and access management platform from VMware. One of the many capabilities offered is authentication of SSH logins, eliminating the need to manage local user accounts on Photon container runtime instances.  This article walks through the basic steps required to enable this feature — please see the quick start guide for instructions on how to set...

Building a Fully Automated Ubuntu Installation Process (Scott's Weblog)

Recently on Twitter, I mentioned that I had managed to successfully create a fully automated process for installing Ubuntu Server 14.04.2, along with a method for bootstrapping Ansible. In this post, I’m going to describe the installation process I built and the components that went into making it work. I’ll discuss the Ansible bootstrap process in a separate post. I significantly doubt that...

Learn more about data protection with our StoreOnce ChalkTalks and videos (Around the Storage Block Blog articles)

By Ashwin Shetty, Product Marketing, HP Storage   @ashwinkshetty   Last week in our BURA Sunday anniversary blog, I listed some of my favorite StoreOnce posts from the past year. This week, I’m sharing some of my favorite ChalkTalks and product overview videos plus a ShortTake that will make it simpler for you to understand and appreciate how StoreOnce can make a difference in t...

Z-Drive 6000 – High Performance PCIe Enterprise SSD with NVMe Interface (ESX Virtualization)

Z-Drive 6000 is a new NVMe compliant PCIe enterprise SSD from OCZ Storage Solutions (Now part of Toshiba Group). NVM Express (or NVMe) stands for Non-Volatile Memory. NVMe has larger queue depth than SCSI (64000 over 254 for SAS, or 31 for SATA). NVMe Host Controller Interface Specification (NVMHCI), is a specification for accessing solid-state drives [...] Read the full post Z-Drive 6000 ̵...

It’s That Season Again! (The Virtualization Practice)

It’s that season again! For those of you that might not know, I live in Florida and yes we do have seasons down here. We have Tourist Season, Lovebug Season and of course our best known Hurricane Season. With Hurricane Season starting on June 1st, most companies should have finished their pre-season disaster recovery test by now. Oh how things have changed from the days of flying off to the ...

Video – App Volumes Technical Overview (Eric Sloof - NTPRO.NL)

Ray Heffer, End-User Computing Senior Architect at VMware, presents a technical overview of VMware App Volumes.

Ballooning, Queue Depths and other back pressure features revisited (frankdenneman.nl)

Recently I’ve been involved in a couple conversations about ballooning, QoS and queue depths. Remarks like ballooning is bad, increase the queue depths and use QoS are just the sound bits that spark the conversation. What I learn from these conversations is that it seems we might have lost track of the original intention of these features. Hypervisor resource management Features such as balloo...

What you need to know about OpenStack and VMware (Eric Sloof - NTPRO.NL)

Are you the OpenStack advocate at an organization that already uses VMware? Or are you a VMware admin looking to learn more about OpenStack? Either way, this session is for you. Come learn the latest about: 1) VMware's involvement in the OpenStack community 2) How VMware technologies integrate with OpenStack, and 3) How our customers are being successful leveraging their existing VMware ...

Project Lightwave Quickstart (VCritical)

Last month, VMware held a launch event for Cloud-Native Applications and announced two open source projects in support of this initiative.  Project Photon and Project Lightwave are infrastructure components focused on running and securing apps that leverage Linux containers. Project Lightwave source code was just released on GitHub, but binary RPMs are also available and quite easy to instal...

Deploy VCSA 6.0 firstboot error (Yellow Bricks)

Advertise here with BSAI was doing some tests in my lab and while deploying a new VCSA 6.0 I received an error that firstboot was unsuccessful. Not really a great error message if you ask me but okay. I had already validated DNS twice before I got started, but I checked it again just in case… DNS was all good, what else could it be? Figured NTP could be another problem and my friend W...






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