When I was writing an installation document on vSphere I thought and have some friends on twitter check the doc and comment on it. I received a lot of responses and decided to make a blog post out of it, so here it is.
For my home lab Iâ€™m always testing several configs, creating VMs, removing VMs, reinstalling hosts and breaking them on purpose. Sometimes I have 40 VMs running and a week later Iâ€™m down to just 5. This week I stumbled upon something strange when cleaning up unused VMs. On my 3 hosts cluster I had enabled […]
Twitter is a great tool if you’re not in Vegas and still want to know what happened at VMware’s Partner Exchange. All the info posted below is info I picked up from twitter, so be aware that not everything is double checked !!! Please do use the comments section to correct or add info :-)
If you want to study for your VCP or VCDX exams, you really need a lab in which you can test what the study material is talking about. Hopefully you have a test environment at work that you can use, but if not, this blog post will help you put together your own homelab. Before […]
When you build your virtual infrastructure with only ESXi hosts that you also lock down for security reasons, you might be in for a little surprise when you want to get your VI up and running again after major maintenance or a failure. First thing to do after the virtual infrastructure has been down, is […]