Monthly Archives: June 2017

New KB articles published for week ending 24th June 2017

vSphere ESXi “Unable to set the network parameters\n” error when deploying VCSA 6.5 Date Published: 2017/06/20 Cross-vCenter NFC Actions with offline Storage Migrations or Cloning and ‘Netstack’ with ‘TCP/IP Stack’   Date Published: 2017/06/19 ESXi loses network connectivity, and/or virtual machines experience network problems Date Published: 2017/06/19 Palo Alto Networks 7.1.9 integration with NSX 6.2.4 and  […]

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Virtually Speaking Podcast: VMworld 2017 Preview

Advertise here with BSAI had the pleasure to be on the Virtually Speaking Podcast again, this episode is all about VMworld. Which sessions to attend and some general tips as well. Have a listen. Thanks John and Pete for having me on again.

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Why there are almost no VVols sessions at VMworld this year

I submitted two sessions on VVols as part of the VMworld Call For Papers this year. Based on the great attendance at my VVols session last year I was hoping to get at least one through. So when the notices went out that both my sessions were declined I was a bit disappointed. The rational …
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NSX Pooling Manages Multiple Data Centers with Ease

It’s not out of the ordinary that a single company may have multiple data centers spread across the globe. Having several locations to store company data is often a necessary step in enterprise growth, ensuring redundancies in the event of disaster or outage. But moving workloads efficiently between data centers is the stuff of IT

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Introducing docs.vmware.com

Today we are pleased to announce the official launch of docs.vmware.com. This portal unifies the product documentation for all VMware products, versions, and languages into a single platform so you can find the information that you are looking for more quickly and easily. VMware products offer a wide range of business solutions from desktop virtualization […]

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How to Customize vCloud Director UI

This post was originally featured on Tomas Fojita’s Blog. Service providers who are offering additional services beyond vanilla vCloud Director IaaS were asking how to add links to them in the existing (Flex) vCloud Director UI. vCloud Director 8.20 provides very simple way to extend the right column of the Home screen with additional sections and static

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Introducing docs.vmware.com

Today we are pleased to announce the official launch of docs.vmware.com. This portal unifies the product documentation for all VMware products, versions, and languages into a single platform so you can find the information that you are looking for more quickly and easily. VMware products offer a wide range of business solutions from desktop virtualization […]

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VMworld 2017 is around the corner, which sessions should you attend? My tips!


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Every year I go over “all” accepted VMworld sessions which are publicly listed and provide my top 15 / 20 / 25 / 30 list of VMworld sessions. (Some sessions won’t be revealed until the day before as they could be on the topic of certain announcements) I have had comments in the past around […]

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New KB articles published for week ending 17th June 2017

VMware NSX for vSphere How to determine if vShield or vCloud Networking & Security is installed before deploying NSX Date Published: 2017/06/12 “Disabled” HA Service status on Edge Appliances after enabling HA Date Published: 2017/06/15 VMware Horizon Computer-based Global Policy Objects (GPOs) that require a reboot to take effect are not applied on instant clones. […]

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vCAT: Storage and Availability

We’re back with another installment of our monthly series: vCloud Architecture Toolkit for Service Providers (vCAT-SP). Each month we share a new article in our ongoing series detailing the numerous use cases of the VMware vCloud Solution. Together, this collection of posts will help you take full advantage of the superior cloud solutions found in the

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