Welcome to the VMware alphabet! When we think about VMware, the first thing that usually comes to mind is the VMware vSphere data center virtualization platform. The truth is there is much more to VMware than the ever classic vSphere! … 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
One of the biggest barriers to cloud adoption has always been complexity on a number of fronts. IT administrators are worried about new processes and technologies. IT directors are worried about losing control of their infrastructure. Executives are worried about … Read More
When it comes to virtual environment, VMware vSphere networking can be one of the most critical components. After all, how can your ESXi hosts and virtual machines communicate? Since the virtual network is key to how everything else operates, we … Read More
When it comes to VMware virtualization technologies, some of the hallmarks are the amazing features VMware has provided for virtual machines. Things like VMware HA (High Availability) which restart virtual machines on surviving ESXi hosts in the vSphere cluster after … Read More
VMware vSphere 6.7 Update 2 is here! We are going to take a look at some of the enhancements to ESXi 6.7 U2 and vCenter 6.7 U2, and what you need to know going forward. VMware vSphere 6.7 U2 – … Read More
When I talk to people who are new to the world of VMware virtualization, I have noticed VMware vMotion and DRS (Distributed Resource Scheduler) can be confusing topics. They are distinctly different technologies that do different things, and the terms … Read More