Finally deployed and configured vRealize lifecycle manager over a week. Imported vRealize automation as well as deployed new components. This blog covers my journey in form of step by step guide on vRealize Lifecycle Manager. So let’s get started.Continue reading “vRealize Lifecycle Manager – A Step by Step Guide”
Announcing General Availability of Google Cloud Plug-in for VMware vRealize Automation
The Google Cloud Plug-in for VMware vRealize Automation is now available for download on VMware Solution Exchange (VSX)! Google Cloud Plug-in for VMware vRealize Automation As announced last year in July, Google Cloud and VMware have been collaborating to develop a native integration between Google Cloud and VMware vRealize Automation via a Google Cloud plug-in The post Announcing General Availability of Google Cloud Plug-in for VMware vRealize Automation appeared first on VMware Cloud…Read More
Announcing VMware Cloud Foundation 3.7 General Availability
Announcing General Availability of VMware Cloud Foundation 3.7 Today, it’s my pleasure to announce the release of VMware Cloud Foundation 3.7. We’ve introduced a number of new features in this new release, and I’d like to take this opportunity to provide a short overview of some of them. As with every new release of Cloud The post Announcing VMware Cloud Foundation 3.7 General Availability appeared first on Cloud Foundation.
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In middle of environment upgrade and integrating new components. Its quite tiring but exciting as well to play around with newest technologies. So, in pursuit of building central patch and upgrade management using vRealize LifeCycle Manager, started with vRA upgrade which was pending for quite a while now. New upgrade process is such a breeze and in this blog i will be covering whole vRA upgrade process step by step. So let’s get started.Continue reading “Upgrading vRealize Automation 7.3.x Distributed Deployment to 7.5”
In this part of blog, I will be covering file structure of Virtual Machine. What make up a virtual machine and what are important files that you shouldn’t be deleting at all. Well you can delete them but then you can say your virtual machine bye – bye. Jokes aside, let’s jump right into it.Continue reading “Objective 1.10 – Describe virtual machine (VM) file structure”
It’s been a while since my last bog on configuring virtual networking as I got stuck with some issues and work. I am drafting those issues as part of blog as some were quite interesting. So keep following as more adventure is yet to come. In last blog, we look at how to configure virtual switches. In this part, we will see how to manage virtual networking. How to add new hosts or change existing networking policies? So let’s start.Continue reading “Objective 7.1 – Manage virtual networking”
As part of this blog we will look at how to configure virtual networking. This blog covers exam objective 1.8 as well i.e. Differentiate between vSS and vDS.
vSphere 6.7 exam has two objective, one is configuring and other is managing virtual networking. So I will divide this blog in two part series. In part one I will cover basic of virtual networking, how to setup vSphere standard switch and vSphere distributed switch, configuring VMkernel networking and some other topics. In second part of blog we will cover objective 7.1 which talks about managing virtual networking. So let’s jump right into it.Continue reading “Objective 4.5 Configure virtual networking”
In this blog we will look at how to deploy and configure vCenter server appliance. I am covering these exam objectives in sequence you will configure a vSphere environment, hence i am covering exam objectives back and forth. As part of this blog, we will cover various deployment models of vCenter server, how to deploy VCSA and what are initial configuration that goes in VCSA.Continue reading “Objective 4.6 – Deploy and configure VMware vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA)”