SSL certificates are everywhere where there’s a computer. Without them, you can forget about a safe network. Find out what to do if when a certificate is expired!
The more elaborate your infrastructure is, the harder it is to maintain. Any admin knows that even such action as mere traffic distribution can become quite a headache. Well, not for long. Find out about different types of load balancing with vSwitch!
If you have worked with the virtualized infrastructure for a while now, you probably know too well that VMs inevitably start to have performance issues. Luckily for those who use VMware vSphere, there’s a chance to find out more to fix such problems or even prevent them!
The perfect infrastructure could never exist, but our goal is to move towards one. Learn from the comprehensive guide about upgrading VCSA (VMware vCenter Server Appliance) 6.5 to 6.7u2, and explore a lot of new benefits it offers!
As the name of this article is hinting, I’m going to discuss the answers to the said questions. My beginner colleagues are often wondering what virtual disk is preferable to choose. Therefore, although I was talking about this topic a while ago here and there, it’s time to get to the point.
Once engineers came up with the way to virtualize graphics processing units (GPUs), the new era started for machine learning, gaming, modeling, and whatever else IOPS-hungry: all these applications can now go cloud! In this article, I’d like to take a closer look at why GPU virtualization is so promising, who pioneers this tech, and how VMware managed to cover the gap between the virtual and bare-metal GPUs.
Some time ago, discussing how cool VMware vSphere 6.7 Update 1 is, I briefly mentioned content libraries. That article was just an overview, so I decided not to go into details, saying that some features need their own posts. In today’s article, I’d like to share my hands-on experience with content libraries and help you to decide whether this feature can make your life any easier.
While extending a VMDK file is a fairly easy task that can be performed right in Disk Manager, shrinking a virtual disk is a bit tricky. And, you need to be really careful because unless done properly, reducing virtual disk size may cause data loss! Sure, you can just use VMware Converter to make a VMDK smaller, but, for my money, it is always better to have a script at hand. In this article, I’ll discuss how to shrink virtual disks with 2 simple PowerShell scripts.
An ability to back up and restore vCenter Server Appliance (vCSA) configurations appeared back in vCSA 6.5. I guess that many have already used it. If you were unlucky to restore from that backup, you know that this procedure is not that straightforward. Bad news: In vCSA 6.7 Update 1 configuration restore process is still like that. In today’s article, I take a closer look at how you back up and restore VMware vCSA 6.7 configuration.