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vSphere 7 – Why Upgrade? Here’s What Beta Participants Think!
Before I joined VMware in late 2018 I was a VMware customer for over 15 years. One of the many things I looked forward to was participating in the vSphere Beta Program. It was a chance to see new features and offer feedback to the product managers and engineering teams more directly. It also helped The post vSphere 7 – Why Upgrade? Here’s What Beta Participants Think! appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
Another new feature added to the vSphere CSI driver in the vSphere 7.0 release is the ability to offline extend / grow a Kubernetes Persistent Volume (PV). This requires a special directive to be added to the StorageClass and, as per the title, the operation must be done offline whilst the PV …Read More
NSX-T Edge OVF property to automatically join NSX-T Management Plane
After publishing my vSphere 7 with Kubernetes automation lab deployment script, I was looking at my NSX-T Edge code which leverages the vSphere VM Keystroke API to automate the joining of the the NSX-T Edge to the NSX-T Management Plane. This technique is used to avoid the need for SSH access to both NSX-T Edge […]
VMware has moved its effort to embrace Kubernetes forward by making elements of its Tanzu portfolio of services for building, deploying and managing applications in Kubernetes environments more broadly available.
Whats New in VMware vRealize Network Insight 5.2
With great pleasure, I’m excited to showcase a few of the technical highlights that are in the new vRealize Network Insight version 5.2 and have also rolled up into the vRealize Network Insight Cloud service. As per usual with vRealize Network Insight, there are a ton of new features in this quarterly release, and I’ll The post Whats New in VMware vRealize Network Insight 5.2 appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.
vSphere 7 – Lifecycle Management
We greatly improved lifecycle management in vSphere 7. The new innovations for lifecycle management in vSphere 7 make it easy for customers to have consistent and up-to-date systems. The major lifecycle management improvements in vSphere 7 are vCenter Server Profiles, Update Planner and vSphere Lifecycle Manager (vLCM). vCenter Profiles is way to ensure configuration and The post vSphere 7 – Lifecycle Management appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.