VMware Cloud at Dell Technologies World 2019 Join us for an action-packed four days of business innovation at Dell Technologies World 2019 in Las Vegas, April 29 – May 2, 2019. Learn how to simplify processes, innovate faster and create value that will change the game for your business and career. Don’t miss out, register today – and be sure to The post VMware Cloud at Dell Technologies World 2019 appeared first on VMware Cloud Community. VMware Social Media AdvocacyRead More →

vSphere and VMware Cloud on AWS at Dell Technologies World 2019 vSphere and VMware Cloud on AWS at Dell… Are you attending Dell Technologies World? The VMware team is excited to meet you at the show. We would love to tell you about the latest offerings on vSphere and VMware Cloud on AWS. Please join us to learn about our products through one of the many interaction opportunities listed below. vSphere Platinum With the The post vSphere and VMware Cloud on AWS at Dell Technologies World 2019 appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog. VMware Social Media AdvocacyRead More →

Dell Technologies World – The Where’s and When’s of SD-WAN Dell Technologies World – The Where’s and… Dell Technologies World is taking place April 29 – May 2 in Las Vegas and the team at VMware SD-WAN by VeloCloud will be in attendance to represent all things SD-WAN. If you’ll be there, we encourage you to come find us, find out what we’re up to, and get involved! And don’t forget The post Dell Technologies World – The Where’s and When’s of SD-WAN appeared first on VeloCloud by VMware. VMware Social Media AdvocacyRead More →

Among the 150,000 VMs deployed during VMworld 2017, here are the Top 10 most popular Hands-on Labs Just released: Top 10 VMworld 2017 Hands-on Labs Among the 150,000 VMs deployed during VMworld 2017, here are the Top 10 most popular Hands-on Labs. This is the perfect opportunity for you to learn about our latest and greatest products and solution VMware Social Media AdvocacyRead More →

While waiting for another session to start at TechSummit some colleagues @markmeulemans Bill Mansfield and I had the discussion around when is a dedicated Edge Cluster actually necessary.  This is the outcome of that discussion. Like many other VMware products, NSX for vSphere can actually be deployed in a relativity small footprint.  This is especially true for Proof of Concept / training / nested lab environments.  The decision to do things like a dedicated Management, Edge, and Payload cluster are typically “for us” associated with customer imposed constraints.  These constraints are often physical data center layout, compute limitations, or legacy design. Dedicated Edge Cluster HavingRead More →

VMware Honored for Professional Service Innovation & Excellence by Tech Services Industry Association -VMware Radius VMware Honored for Professional Services… VMware Professional Services is the 2016 Award Winner for Innovation in Enabling Customer Outcomes at the Technology Services World Conference. VMware Social Media AdvocacyRead More →

So recently at a customer we had the dreaded Not Ready Status under Networking and Security, Installation.  Clicking on Resolve does not fix the issue.  While this can be several things the most common issue is Update Manager not being available, closely followed by time.  Yep, time not being in-sync between vCenter, NSX Manager, SSO, and the ESXi hosts. However getting the details in the logs will give you a narrowed focus.  Whenever you have VIB installation issues always check the host logs and the vCenter logs. ESXi Logs /var/log/esxupdate.log vCenter Logs /storage/log/vmware/vpx/eam.log on Linux vCenter ProgramData/VMware/VMware VirtualCenter/Logs/ on Windows vCenter To see detailed stepsRead More →