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Startup update: Runecast 2.0


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Last week I was briefed by Runecast (together with Cormac) on the new version, Runecast 2.0, which was released/announced today. I always enjoy talking to Stan as every time we talk they have something new which surprises me, or he tells me about something cool on the roadmap. For those who did not read my […]

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Startup update: Runecast


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A while ago I introduced Runecast on my blog. I have known these guys for a while and this week I had to pleasure to be briefed on their new release: Runecast 1.7. The big ticket item in this release for sure it the vSAN Support. You may ask yourself why you would need Runecast […]

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Check your VSAN disk controllers against the HCL with PowerCLI


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Every now and then customers ask if it is possible to check if disk controllers are on the VSAN HCL for a given set of hosts through PowerCLI. Alan Renouf figured he would knock something out, thanks Alan for sharing! (Next up would be validate drivers and firmware of all components, thanks!) What this script […]

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