vSphere – Where did the name come from?
Light reading to start off 2020…
We all use the term vSphere.
We know it refers to an infrastructure with vCenter & ESXi.
How did it come to be?
This VMware Blog post covers the story of then name vSphere.
Short Week of News
Continue reading “Virtual Updates 2020-01-06”
Well, the end of the year has been quiet.
This has got to be the shortest update ever.
At least the first story is fun….
PuTTY Gets updated
PuTTY is now version 0.73
Still funny that it is not even 1.0 yet….
Here is the change log.
Repointing vCenter to another SSO Domain
Continue reading “Virtual Updates 2019-10-14”
There were quite a few situations in vSphere 5.5 to 6.x migrations where this would have been handy. Now in 6.7 the domain-repoint command is available for performing this move.
VMware Blog post covering the steps.
VMware Security Advisory VMSA-2019-0010
This effects a long list of products.
It covers two issues, an important, and moderate issue.
Patches are still pending for most of the product list….
VMware vSphere 6.5.0 Update 3 released
Continue reading “Virtual Updates 2019-07-08”
For those of you still running 6.5, U3 has been released.
vCenter and ESXi installation media is available.
Check out the release notes here for vCenter.
Check out the release notes here for ESXi.
VMware EMPOWER is coming
There are 3 events (listed at the bottom of this post) scheduled for this year.
I am lucky enough to have been named a VMware EMPOWER Ambassador.
There will only be 10 x Ambassadors for each EMPOWER event.
What does this meant???
Anyone (who is a partner) can reach out to me, and chat about this event.
Unsure of whether or not to attend? Not sure if there is value? What would be the best use of my time?
Reach out to me on Twitter @MarkGabbs and we can chat.
Plus, Ambassadors can help you get $100 off registration!
VMware PowerCLI update
Continue reading “Virtual Update 2019-03-04”
PowerCLI has been updated to 11.2.0
Blog post highlighting some features are her
Release Notes are here
…just run Update-Module VMware.PowerCLI