VMware Cloud on AWS – Pricing and Packaging

VMware Cloud on AWS – Pricing and Packaging

VMware Cloud on AWS – Pricing and Packaging

VMware Cloud on AWS service is offered in a simple and flexible packaging structure wherein you get VMware’s software capabilities delivered as a service on AWS’s powerful bare-metal infrastructure. Find out more about VMware’s Cloud Services: http://cloud.vmware.com


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Simple, Agile and Secure – Announcing VMware…

Simple, Agile and Secure – Announcing VMware Cloud Foundation 2.3

Simple, Agile and Secure – Announcing VMware…

VMware Cloud Foundation provides the easiest way to deploy and run a hybrid cloud. VMware Cloud Foundation provides integrated cloud infrastructure (compute, storage, networking and security) and cloud management services to run enterprise applications in both private and public environments.


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VMware vCenter how to work with Alarms

vCenter alarms are very useful to get the notification when we having a problem in our VMware environments. There are some predefined alarms also available in the vCenter.

Alarms will be trigged on depend on the condition or event.

First of all we will have a look on predefined alarms in our vcenter environment.

How to:

Login to the vcenter > Click on the Vcenter > Go to the Monitor tab> Select Alarm Definitions

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We can use “Filter” option to get some specific alarms.Ex- We need to get all the alarms which are related to ESX hosts.

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­Benefits of VMware Certification: 6 Key Stats

­Benefits of VMware Certification: 6 Key Stats

­Benefits of VMware Certification: 6 Key Stats

With over 120,000 VMware Certified Professionals (VCPs) and more than 260 VMware Certified Design Experts (VCDXs) worldwide, there must be something driving people to earn and maintain their VMware certifications. We wanted to know what impact certifications have had on people’s careers. Is it easier to find a job? Do certification holders earn more? Does The post ­Benefits of VMware Certification: 6 Key Stats appeared first on VMware Professional Services and Education Insights .


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VMware Hybrid Cloud Extension for VMware Cloud…

VMware Hybrid Cloud Extension for VMware Cloud on AWS

VMware Hybrid Cloud Extension for VMware Cloud…

Today VMware is announcing a preview of VMware Hybrid Cloud Extension service (previously known as HCX Technologies) as an add-on service to VMware Cloud on AWS. VMware announced the initial availability of Hybrid Cloud Extension at VMworld 2017 Europe, with VMware’s Cloud Provider partners IBM and OVH.


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vSphere 6.5 Update 1 – Under the Hood

vSphere 6.5 Update 1 – Under the Hood

vSphere 6.5 Update 1 – Under the Hood

I’m excited to announce that vSphere 6.5 Update 1 is now available and it has some great enhancements. While we have seen 5 patch releases so far, 6.5 Update 1 rolls all of those updates together as well as includes some long awaited functionality. Without further ado, let’s take a look under the hood of this highly anticipated release!


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Service Providers Benefit from SD-WAN

Service Providers Benefit from SD-WAN

Service Providers Benefit from SD-WAN

VMware’s signing of a definitive agreement to acquire VeloCloud signals a strong commitment to build deeper partnerships with communication service providers (CSPs) by providing solutions that align with their business objectives. These CSP priorities include offering of new services, delivering a superior quality of experience, improving agility and lowering costs.


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How to create multiple vms using powercli

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powershell script to create multiple vms in VMware cluster

 

 

connect-viserver vcenter01 -user administrator@vsphere.local -password VMware1!

Write-host “No of VMs to deploy”

$noofvms=Read-host

write-host “Enter the naming convention”

$vmaname=read-host

for($count=0;$count -le ($noofvms-1);$noofvms++)

{

new-vm -name ($vmname+$count) -vmhost (get-cluster cluser01|get-vmhost|get-random) -disksizemb 100 -portgroup vlan100

}