Free e-learning course – VMware vSphere: What’s…

Free e-learning course – VMware vSphere: What’s New Fundamentals [V6.0 to V6.5] – Eric Sloof – NTPRO.NL

Free e-learning course – VMware vSphere: What’s…

This course highlights the new features and enhancements in vSphere 6.5. It also presents use cases that describe how the new features align with customer needs.


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NSX: My Journey Towards Infrastructure…

NSX: My Journey Towards Infrastructure Enlightenment – doOdzZZ’s Notes

NSX: My Journey Towards Infrastructure…

Infrastructure Enlightenment? A pretty holistic term if you’d ask me but it is true, for those who know me I am an infrastructure geek and I handle most of it without touching the network part directly.


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New VMware Fling – Autopology (Drag and Drop…

New VMware Fling – Autopology (Drag and Drop NSX Network Topologies? Yes Please!)

New VMware Fling – Autopology (Drag and Drop…

The VMware Fling labs is one of my favourite things, as it brings some awesome new tech straight from VMware R&D. Some of these flings flow to the product cycles (remember the HTML5 client, now default in vCenter?). And they did it again!


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Tips for Passing your VCDX

Tips for Passing your VCDX

Tips for Passing your VCDX

The VMware Certified Design Expert (VCDX) is the most elite certification that VMware offers. Those that earn it have proven they can operate at the highest levels of expertise, showing not only their advanced technical knowledge but also their ability to think on their feet, to identify and recognize customer requirements, and begin creating a conceptual design within minutes.


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Latest Fling from VMware Labs – vCenter Cluster…

Latest Fling from VMware Labs – vCenter Cluster Performance Tool

Latest Fling from VMware Labs – vCenter Cluster…

vCenter Cluster Performance Tool is a Powershell script that uses vSphere PowerCLI to obtain performance data for a cluster by aggregating information from individual hosts. You have the following options to specify in the script. An “interval” of 20s or 300s. The default is 20s, and corresponds to real time statistics. 300s corresponds to the 5 min interval statistics. A stats query flag to obtain the list of counter IDs available on the vCenter Server. You can then pass the desired counter…Read More


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