Its been a while, since i posted a troubleshooting article. But, recently I ran into an issue which was quite interesting and would like to share with you all.
There are two sites. Let’s name them Site-1 and Site-2. Site-1 and Site-2 are configured in Cross Site NSX, with universal switch and universal DLR configured. Site-1 has its own universal DLR-1 and Site-2 have its own universal DLR-2. Now, due to some issue, VXLAN in Site-1 stopped working. This issue is for some other day. But VXLAN was working fine in Site-2 with no issues. So, to restore connectivity we moved LIF with gateway 192.168.74.1 (virtual wire) from DLR-1 to DLR-2. And gateway starts to ping absolutely fine thanks to dynamic routing in place. But, when we moved VM (IP – 192.168.74.2) to Site-2 and attaches them to LIF, they are unreachable. So, what went wrong.
vSphere 7.0 has been announced as General Available by VMware and is ready for download. So, its time to start upgrading lab. Starting vSphere 7.0, option to use external PSC is completely removed and any existing distributed deployment needs to be migrated to embedded deployment. In this article, we will be looking at how to upgrade a distributed deployment of vCenter server 6.7 to vCenter server 7.0.
vSphere 7 The new generation of vSphere for existing enterprise apps. Available in two editions. VMware vSphere 7, the new generation of vSphere, is now generally available. This major new release brings a massive improvement in the work experience of vSphere administrators, folks who are responsible for the security, performance, and resiliency of the infrastructure The post vSphere 7 – Announcing General Availability of the New Generation of vSphere appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
Cross vCenter vMotion capability have been introduced sine vSphere 6.0. But, what if vCenter servers are joined to different SSO (single signon) domain. You will not get option in GUI to migrate VM to different vCenter then. So, is it still possible to do migration between them. In this blog, we will see how to migrate VM in such scenario.
So, one of target to achieve VCAP-NV was completed successfully. Now, its time to upgrade lab as well, as old lab was running on VCSA 6.0 and VMware has recently released 6.7 U3. This blog will explore step by step process to upgrade vCenter server appliance. This upgraded lab will serve for NSX-T deployment as well.
So, its been a while i have written anything. Got so many projects in line waiting for their turn. So, blogs will be much more regular from now on, now that life is sorted out and back on old track we are. Now, without wasting any time let’s get started with our first blog of season.
The VMware Workspace ONE and VMware Horizon Reference Architecture is now available and is a must read for anyone considering, designing, or undertaking a digital workspace project using VMware Workspace ONE, VMware Horizon 7, or VMware Horizon Cloud Service on Microsoft Azure. The VMware Workspace ONE and VMware Horizon Reference Architecture guide provides a framework and guidance for architecting using Workspace ONE and Horizon, whether using […] The post The New VMware Workspace ONE and…Read More
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.
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 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.