Monthly Archives: December 2016

Data Migration by EMC PowerPath Migration Enabler (PPME)

EMC PowerPath Migration Enabler (PPME) is a migration tool that enables non-disruptive or minimally disruptive data migration between storage systems or between logical units within a single storage system. Migration Enabler resides on the host and allows applications continued data … Continue reading

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Upgrade vSphere 6.0 to 6.5 by Offline Bundle

In previous post, we have learnt how to upgrade vSphere 6.5 via vSphere 6.5 installation ISO and Update Manager 6.5 (VUM). Now we will learn how to upgrade vSphere 6.0 to 6.5 via Office Bundle. Firstly you need to enable SSH on the vSphere … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas and happy new year !!

Merry Christmas to all and happy new year ! Wish you have a great holiday.

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Upgrade ESXi 6.0 to 6.5 via VMware Update Manager

VMware vSphere Update Manager 6.5 is now embedded into the vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA). If you have more ESXi hosts to upgrade patch or version upgrade, VMware suggest that choose VMware Update Manager (VUM) for upgrading hosts. The following demonstration, I will upgrade one vSphere … Continue reading

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Image Builder in VMware vSphere 6.5 – Cloning a Image Profile

In previous post Image Builder in VMware vSphere 6.5, we have learnt how to setup the Image Builder in vSphere 6.5. Some of the features provided through AutoDeploy GUI included the ability to add/remove Depots, list/create/modify Image Profiles, check compliance of hosts against these rules … Continue reading

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Image Builder in VMware vSphere 6.5

Prior to vSphere 6.5, AutoDeploy and Image Builder sevice can be executed by VMware PowerCLI only. Now you can build a custom image within the vSphere Web Client. In following demonstration, I was able to add custom drivers and remove drivers from the … Continue reading

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Cisco UCS Manager in HTML5 GUI

Beginning with UCS Manager Release 3.0(2), you can access Cisco UCS Manager using a browser-based GUI interface with HTML5, without needs for Java. The HTML5 GUI has a similar look and feel to the Java-based GUI.

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