Monthly Archives: February 2014

vMotion Error: Different offload or security policy

While working in the my lab vSphere environment today, I tried to do a typical vMotion and encountered the following error: Currently connected network interface ‘NIC_NAME’ uses network ‘VM_Network_Name‘, which is configured for different offload or security policies on the … Continue reading

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RVTools version 3.6 is released

RVTools is a windows .NET 2.0 application which uses the VI SDK to display information about your virtual machines and ESX hosts. Interacting with VirtualCenter 2.5, ESX Server 3.5, ESX Server 3i, VirtualCenter 4.x, ESX Server 4.x, VirtualCenter 5.0, VirtualCenter … Continue reading

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VMware Certified Professional – Cloud (VCP-Cloud) 5.5 is released

Become VCP-Cloud Certified There are three paths to earning your VCP-Cloud certification. If you are just getting started with VMware technologies using vCloud Director v5.5 Attend a qualifying course vCloud Director: Install, Configure, Manage [V5.5] VMware vCloud Automation Center: Install, … Continue reading

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VMware VSAN Demo

Thanks for Vladan SEGET’s testing demo

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VSAN: Administrator’s Guide to VMware Virtual

VMware Virtual SAN (VSAN) is a new storage solution from VMware, released in 2013, that is fully integrated with vSphere. It is an object-based storage system and a platform for VM Storage Policies that aims to simplify virtual machine storage … Continue reading

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New Book – Learning PowerCLI

Automate your VMware vSphere environment including hosts, clusters, storage, and vCenter Server virtual machines and networks Create good-looking, clean reports in no time, increasing your efficiency Get to grips with PowerCLI to automate routine tasks using practical examples

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New Book – VMware vCenter Operations Manager Essentials

Written by VMware expert Lauren Malhoit, this book takes a look at vCenter Operations Manager from a practical point of view that every administrator can appreciate Understand, troubleshoot, and design your virtual environment in a better and more efficient way … Continue reading

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