Vladan Seget
Vladan Seget
IT and Virtualization consultant, owner of vladan.fr - ESX Virtualization - one of the top independent virtualization blogs. VCAP5-DCA/DCD, VCP4/5

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Posted by Vladan Seget on March 5, 2020
How to Automate the Upgrade of VMware Tools and VM Compatibility

Each new VMware vSphere release introduces new features and functions in addition to fixing the drawbacks that may have been in the previous version. With each new one, you need to upgrade VMware Tools in all your VMs and check if you need to upgrade their VM compatibility, otherwise they won’t have access to the desired perks.

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Posted by Vladan Seget on February 6, 2020
Veeam Backup and Replication 10 with Linux Proxy

Although you still won’t be able to install Veeam on Linux and the new Linux proxy won’t be superior to Windows Proxy in performance, there are certain benefits to consider still. For example, Linux has a smaller disk footprint, it doesn’t need a license, and it can act as a gateway server. Subsequently, there will be easier ways to maneuver within you backup.

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Posted by Vladan Seget on January 2, 2020
VMware ESXi Performance Tips

If you want your IT infrastructure to go virtual, you need to know all the angles. However good your hypervisor may be, there’s always a catch. In this case, the potential of VMware ESXi doesn’t matter if the hardware is not up to date. For the highest performance possible, learn a few fine-tuning tricks!

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Posted by Vladan Seget on November 26, 2019
What Is New in vRealize Operations Manager 8.0?

Cohesiveness is something hyperconvergence vendors have been really going for this year. Recently, VMware has introduced its vRealize Operations Managers 8.0, an update of its “friendly admin” type of product. The new version has additions to workload planning, cost comparison, HCI nodes removal, scalability, on-prem/cloud health monitoring, and more.

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Posted by Vladan Seget on October 15, 2019
Top 5 New Features in Windows Server 2019

Perfection knows no limits and so does Windows Server. Microsoft is on a crusade of ever-perfecting it, and the new version has something to say, indeed. It seems like the company might be coming after virtualization vendors. Why? Well, some of the new features include storage migration, Windows Subsystem for Linux 2, and ReFS deduplication… Just saying…

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Posted by Vladan Seget on September 17, 2019
VMware vSphere snapshots best practices and recommendations

VMware snapshots are important part of vSphere infrastructure. Using snapshots is very flexible way of being able to go back in time and revert changes. VMware snapshots are used by admins, developers and other IT team members who are not all VMware specialists. As such it might be a good idea to learn some good practices about snapshots and this technology, to get the most out of it.

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Posted by Vladan Seget on August 21, 2019
How to manually patch VMware vCenter server Appliance (VCSA) in a Highly Secure or Offline Environments

Even the least experienced users know a few things vital for an undisrupted working process if they are dealing with VMware vSphere infrastructure, one of those things being patching. Back in the good old days, risks of cyber threats were something that happens to people in the movies, but today you won’t go very far without security patches. Keep your environment up to date with patching VMware vCenter Server Appliance!
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Posted by Vladan Seget on July 24, 2019
What’s new in Microsoft Hyper-V 2019 Free version and download your copy now

Microsoft Hyper-V 2019 Free version release can come off as deja vu because it would appear that this product has already been released and there is nothing new for you to hear about. There is a truth to it, but the previous version was taken down, so this is the new one. Therefore, both the prior users and those who want to try it might want to take a look at its features, pros and cons, and handy tips!

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Posted by Vladan Seget on June 25, 2019
Converge and Decommission External Platform Service Controller (PSC) in VMware vSphere 6.7 U2

VMware released its new vSphere 6.7 U2 update where vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA) has acquired the capability to converge external Platform Service Controller (PSC) into embedded. In addition, it’s now possible to decommission external PSC virtual appliances via the UI instead of CLI. Embedded PSC is right up your alley! It not only simplifies the overall architecture but also facilitates environment patching, upgrading, and management.

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Posted by Vladan Seget on May 23, 2019
How to Deploy and Configure VMware vRealize Operations Manager (vROPS) 7.5 on vSphere 6.7

Anyone who has ever heard of virtualization technology has heard of VMware. This company is one of the industry leaders, and instead of resting on its laurels continues to develop flagship projects such as vRealize Operations Manager (vROPS). The latest update of this product introduces quite a few new features and enhancements. You can not only find out about the pros and cons of vROPS 7.5 but how to deploy and configure it in the VMware environment!

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