Monthly Archives: October 2016

Cisco UCS Central – Create a VLAN and Assign Org Permission

Enter “create vlan” on search engine and select “Create VLAN”. Select UCS domain on Domain Group Location menu, input VLAN Name and VLAN ID. Select your UCS domain into Access Control, then click “Create” button. Finally the VLAN is created … Continue reading

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EMC Unity – FAST VP

EMC Unity Fully Automated Storage Tiering for Virtual Pools (FAST VP) monitors the data access patterns within Pools on the system, and dynamically matches the performance requirements of the data with drives that provide that level of performance. FAST VP … Continue reading

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EMC VxRail 3.5 Demo

This demo can let you know more detail about VxRail operation and configuration. Take the VCE VxRail for a spin, and get hands-on time with the following features: Scale-Out: Ease & Speed to Scale-Out an existing VxRail Infrastructure Perform this … Continue reading

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VNX Monitoring and Reporting

EMC VNX Family Monitoring and Reporting is a software solution that extends Unisphere element manager capabilities by providing unified performance and capacity trending information of VNX and Next-Generation VNXe storage systems. This solution complements Unisphere health alerts and Unisphere Analyzer. … Continue reading

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Cisco UCS Central 1.5 – Domain registration

Login into Cisco UCS Central, then go to Domain Management and clicks Register Domain. Input UCS Domain Hostname/IP Address, User Name and Password on Basic page. Go to Policy Resolution Control page, and make sure all policy is configured to … Continue reading

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VMware VSAN 6.5 – What’s New

Accelerate Responsiveness The vSAN API and vSphere PowerCLI have been updated in this release. It is now possible to automate the configuration and management of cluster settings, disk groups, fault domains, and stretched clusters. Activities such as maintenance mode and … Continue reading

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