Over the years I have experienced a lot of VMware training, whether that’s been with a VMware VATC (VMware Approved Training Centre), Directly with VMware or via the VMware Academy route.
My previous VCP 4 and 5 training has been carried out via the Academy route and rarely differed from the usual VATC provided training, […]
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 […]
This is an updated post covering VMware Workstation 11 instead of Workstation 9, it’s been updated to cover installing using the formatwithmbr switch during the initial boot process as well as highlighting an issue with creating multiple USB keys from the same VM template.
This is still the the quickest and easiest method for […]