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vMiss.net was founded as a blog about virtualization and VMware technologies.  If you are looking learn about VMware, this is the place for you!  I have over ten years of VMware experience, and became a VMware Certified Design Expert (VCDX) in 2016.

Upgrading VMware vSphere

Remember, end of general support for ESXi 5.5 is coming, and you cannot directly upgrade from ESXi 5.5 to 6.7.  You must upgrade to ESXi 6.5 as an intermediate step.
How to Upgrade to ESXi 6.5 Using VMware Update Manager
How to Upgrade to ESXi 6.7 Using VMware Update Manager

A Guide to vSphere Command Line Management Tools
melissa • June 21, 2016 • No Comments

VMware vSphere command line management has always been a big part of managing a vSphere environment. Back in the earlier days of ESX, many used

Get Set With PowerCLI and Distributed Virtual Switches, Part 1
melissa • June 07, 2016 • No Comments

This article is a continuation of the series I like to call To continue learning about PowerCLI, I want to now focus on PowerCLI for

Continuing to Get Set With PowerCLI and Standard vSwitches
melissa • May 26, 2016 • No Comments

In If you do not have This is why PowerCLI is such an important tool when creating a vSwitch.  You can write a PowerCLI script

A Guide to Fumbling Through VMware PowerCLI
melissa • May 23, 2016 • No Comments

VMware's PowerCLI can come in quite handy in a vSphere environment, especially when you are managing a large number of hosts.  Sure, you can find

Productive Procrastination with #CloudCred
melissa • November 06, 2015 • 1 Comment

Do you like learning about all things VMware? Ever find yourself with that weird type of downtime where you don’t necessarily have anything to do,

Upgrading Your VMware Certification – VCP5-DCV to VCP6-DCV
melissa • November 03, 2015 • No Comments

For those of you who are VCP certified on VCP 5, tis the season for your upgrade! Last year I took the online VCP 5.5