This article is a continuation of the series I like to call Fumbling Through PowerCLI. My goal is to provide an overview of learning and using PowerCLI by logically working through how to accomplish common administrative tasks. I also like … Read More
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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
In A Guide to Fumbling Through PowerCLI, we focused on how to get information on a vSphere environment through the VMware vSphere PowerCLI command line interface. Now, since we now have an idea on how to move around our environment … Read More
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 sample scripts on the Internet to run, but it is also a good idea to … Read More
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, but don’t want to resort to just surfing around the internet? Your answer may be … Read More
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 Delta test to extend my VCP 5. Unfortunately, if you’re going the VCP 6 Delta … Read More
Recently, I had a friend who has been known as “the network guy” message me after he started a new job, and logged into VMware vCenter for the first time. His goal was to figure out what he needed to … Read More