“VMware vSphere Performance” – Released !!

Aimed at VMware administrators and engineers and written by a team of VMware experts, this resource provides guidance on common CPU, memory, storage, and network-related problems. Plus, step-by-step instructions walk you through techniques for solving problems and shed light on possible causes behind the problems.

  • Divulges troubleshooting methodologies, performance monitoring tools, and techniques and tools for isolating performance problems
  • Details the necessary steps for handling CPU, memory, storage, and network-related problems
  • Offers understanding on the interactions between VMware vSphere and CPU, memory, storage, and network

VMware vSphere Performance is the resource you need to diagnose and handle VMware vSphere performance problems, and avoid them in the future.

VMware vSphere Performance

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Latest Fling from VMware Labs – WebCommander

WebCommander is a way to do this! WebCommander was designed as a framework to wrap your PowerShell and PowerCLI scripts into an easy-to-access web service. Now you can hand off the tasks your users need by simply adding a new script and giving them access to WebCommander.

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https://labs.vmware.com/flings/web-commander

EMC Storage Analytics for VNX Overview and Deployment

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Installation Demo Procedure:

Software specifications,

ESXi 5.5, vCenter 5.5, vCenter Operation Manager 5.8, EMC-vcops-adapter-2.1.1 and EMC Clariion CX4-240 (R30, 04.30.000.5.526)

1) Following instructions in installing vCenter Operation Manager

2) Install the EMC Adapater and dashboards, start the vCenter Operations Manager administrative user interface in your web brower and log in as administrator.

http://<vCops_ip_address>/admin

3) On the Update tab, click Browse to locate the adapter PAK file and click Update.

4) Add an EMC Adapter instance for vCenter, start the vCenter Operation Manager customer user interface and log in as administrator.

http://<vCops_ip_address>/vcops-custom

Select Environment > Configuration > Adapter Instances

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Add New Adapter Instance icon

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5) To test the configuration, click Test. If the adapter instance is correctly configured, a confirmation box appears.

6) To finish editing the adapter instance, click Ok.

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