Monthly Archives: October 2018

What’s new in vCloud Availability Cloud-to-Cloud DR 1.5

Recently vCloud Availability for Cloud-to-Cloud Disaster Recovery (C2C DR) 1.5 launched with a number of new features. Here is a summary of the new features that are introduced with this release. Embedded vCloud Availability user interface Replication policies vCloud Availability API Enhanced Scale If you are new to vCloud Availability Cloud-to-Cloud DR, or would like

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New KB articles published for the week ending 27th October,2018

VMware App Volumes Directory –> Users –> User page does not display assigned appstacks if appstack assigned to group Date Published: 23-Oct-18 VMware ESXi “VASpace (08/13) DiskDump: Partial Dump: Out of space o=0x63ff800 l=0x1… Continue reading

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VMworld 2018 Europe – What you can’t miss!

Enterprises globally are on a journey towards a multi-cloud world to gain the agility and performance needed to realize true digital transformation and meet their business objectives. At VMworld 2018 Europe, we have a plethora of sessions to enhance your multi-cloud knowledge and empower you through your journey to the multi-cloud world. Here are some

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Moving from Infrastructure Deployment to Cloud Consumption with a VMware Cloud Provider

Cloud-sprawl is a growing problem   If you’re an enterprise IT lead, it’s likely that cloud-sprawl is on your mind. Per latest research, a majority of enterprises have deployed IT technologies that span, on average, more than 4 cloud vendors. Driven by the Enterprise’s growing application needs, different cloud vendors bring their own specialty to

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HA Futures: VMCP for Networking – Part 3 of 4 – (Please comment!)


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VMCP, or VM Component Protection, has been around for a while. Many of you are probably using this to mitigate storage issues. However, what if the VM network fails? Well, that is a problem right now… if the VM network fails then there’s no response from HA. This by many customers is considered to be […]

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HA Futures: VMCP for Networking – Part 3 of 4 – (Please comment!)


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VMCP, or VM Component Protection, has been around for a while. Many of you are probably using this to mitigate storage issues. However, what if the VM network fails? Well, that is a problem right now… if the VM network fails then there’s no response from HA. This by many customers is considered to be […]

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New KB articles published for the week ending 20th October,2018

VMware ESXi vCenter with no internet access (air-gapped) reports ” Controller Not Certified for ESXi release” warning in Health Check Date Published : 17-Oct-18 VMware SDDC Manager The Network Connectivity Validation step fails during VMwar… Continue reading

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New KB articles published for the week ending 20th October,2018

VMware ESXi vCenter with no internet access (air-gapped) reports ” Controller Not Certified for ESXi release” warning in Health Check Date Published : 17-Oct-18 VMware SDDC Manager The Network Connectivity Validation step fails during VMwar… Continue reading

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HA Futures: Admission Control – Part 2 of 4 – (Please comment, feedback needed!)


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Admission Control is always a difficult topic when I talk to customers. It seems that many people still don’t fully grasp the concept, or simply misunderstand how it works. To be honest, I can’t blame them. It doesn’t always make sense when you think things through. Most recently for Admission Control we introduced a mechanism […]

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