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VMware’s New In-Product Support Experience – Help At Your Fingertips

  VMware is committed to re-imagining the support experience for our customers. VMware is trusted to run the digital foundation of over 500,000 customers globally. Technology innovation and cloud computing are reshaping customers’ expectations and… Continue reading

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Allegis Group Protects and Speeds Its Environment with a Host of Software-Defined Solutions

With more than 500 locations around the world, 10 subsidiary companies and around 15,000 employees, staffing company Allegis Group has a large and sophisticated IT environment. The company is building a flexible, secure, cloud-ready data center with a … Continue reading

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VMware Skyline – Bolsters Proactive Support for Customers with New Features

Today, VMware announced new features and broadened availability to VMware Skyline, its innovative proactive support technology to help customers operate VMware environments with increased reliability, security and performance. Skyline automatically col… Continue reading

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VMware Skyline – Bolsters Proactive Support for Customers with New Features

Today, VMware announced new features and broadened availability to VMware Skyline, its innovative proactive support technology to help customers operate VMware environments with increased reliability, security and performance. Skyline automatically col… Continue reading

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How VMware is Reimagining Support for You

Scott Bajtos, Chief Customer Officer at VMware Over the past year, I’ve travelled around the world listening to VMware customers. You’ve told me what you love about our products, solutions and support offerings, and what we need to improve. I’ve heard … Continue reading

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Inconsistencies between the IDP hostname and the vRA hostname producing behavior and authentication issues in vRealize Automation 7.x

Questions: Have you been getting certificate trust issues when logging into vRealize Automation 7.x only to find that the certificate is trusted once you are logged in? Have you ever noticed that your login page for vRA 7.x uses a different host name in the URL than the application? Have you been having difficulty logging […]

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Path failover may not be successful when using Cisco MDS Switches on NX-OS 7.3 and FCoE based HBAs

So I wanted to get this blog post out sooner rather than later as it might effect a significant number of customers. In a nutshell, if you perform array maintenance that requires you to reboot a storage controller, the probability of successful path failover is low. This is effectively due to stale entries in the […]

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NSXv License Versions

In NSX 6.2.2 VMware introduced 3 different license editions; Standard, Advanced, and Enterprise. These license editions allow you align NSX with your company’s use case. Standard Edition: Automates IT workflows, bringing agility to the data center network and reducing network operating costs and complexity. Advanced Edition: Standard Edition plus a fundamentally more secure data center […]

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Host disconnected from vCenter and VMs showing as inaccessible

Another deep-dive troubleshooting blog today from Nathan Small (twitter account: @vSphereStorage) Customer problem description: Host is getting disconnected from vCenter and VMs are showing as inaccessible. Only one host is affected. Analysis: A quick review of the vmkernel log shows a log spew of H:0x7 errors to numerous LUNs. Here is a short snippet where […]

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