In a post from last year I documented how to create a CentOS 7 VMware Gold Template for all the non-Linux admins out there.
There were questions at the time on me not leaving this in a fully cleaned state making it not 100% usable outside of my homelab environment.
Following the instructions […]
I have been running the Condusiv Technologies V-locity 5 software on a couple of test machines in my home lab over the last couple of days, alongside those VMs I also ran a couple of VM’s with the older V-locity VM product to see how performance differed.
Testing on both products still takes a few […]
So I was recently offered the chance to test drive V-locity 5 to see how it compared against the previous V-locity VM product that I tested nearly two years ago, one of the big differences between the two products is that this time I am using the V-locity Management Console (VMC) as my centralised management […]
I have been a fan of both Nick Weaver’s WP-vSphereStats and Sean Duffy’s fork of that – vMetrics Plugin for WordPress but one of the things missing from vMetrics was additional Clusters.
I asked on Twitter if anyone knew how to add that functionality in and Sean kindly responded saying it was hard coded to […]
With the release yesterday of vCenter 6.0.0b I decided to do a quick post on how to patch your VCSA appliance.
Please download VCSA patch from here.
Nearly two years ago I was given the opportunity to take out the Condusiv Technologies V-locity VM version 4 product for a spin in my home lab, the results were pretty positive and certainly something I would suggest to anyone running a Windows estate to investigate.
Move forward a couple of years and I […]
It’s that time again, Eric Siebert from vSphere-Land.com runs a vote for the top VMware and Virtualisation blogs every year. As there are now over 450 blogs listed on the nominations page there are a lot of sites to choose from.
The voting is simple and should take no longer than a couple of […]