VMware NSX 6.2: From zero to full deployment

VMware NSX is the SDDC technology of the future. What ESX was once for Servers, NSX is now for Networks. I highly encourage everyone to make yourselves familiar with this technology. NSX with all its features is quite complex, but the entry point is quite simple and requires only basic vSphere and networking skills. This beginners Read more about VMware NSX 6.2: From zero to full deployment[…]

Mastering VMware Snapshots

What is VMware Snapshot? VMware Snapshot preserves the state and data of a virtual machine at a specific point in time. Snapshot state includes the virtual machine’s power state (ex, powered-on, powered-off, suspended) and the data includes all of the files (disks, memory, and other devices, such as virtual network interface cards.) that make up the virtual Read more about Mastering VMware Snapshots[…]

What’s new in NSX 6.4.x ?

VMware’s latest version of NSX for vSphere has just been released, version 6.4.0, bringing with it a number of changes operations and security services, updates to the NSX interface as well as some enhancements to the Edge appliance. For an incremental release, there has been a lot of new features added. Security Services Identity Firewall Read more about What’s new in NSX 6.4.x ?[…]

What’s New in VMware vSphere 6.5

The big virtualization news from the past week or so was definitely the release and General Availability of VMware vSphere version 6.5, available for download now. New features include: Improvements to vCenter Server 6.5 Transition to Web Client-only Improved host management Enhancements to VMware Tools vRealize Operations Manager updated to 6.4 Enhancements to the API, Read more about What’s New in VMware vSphere 6.5[…]