Monthly Archives: February 2019

Singtel Delivers Robust Hybrid Cloud Services Through Partnership with VMware and Adoption of the VMware Cloud Provider Platform

Singapore Telecommunications Ltd. (Singtel) is the largest telecommunications provider in Singapore, with business operations in Asian, African, and Australian markets. Today, businesses in 21 countries rely on Singtel and its portfolio of information and communication technologies (ICTs) and services to do business in a competitive digital world. To support these customers, Singtel undertook a company

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Meet AVA: VMware Launches Beta of a Virtual Assistant

By Steve Liang, AVA Project Lead Today we’re excited to introduce a beta of AVA, VMware’s Automated Virtual Assistant. We designed Ava to help users of VMware Docs find answers to common product questions. Using natural language processing, Ava is trai… Continue reading

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New KB articles published for the week ending 9th February,2019

VMware vSphere ESXi Storage Center systems with Front End SAS connectivity show lun capacity 0MB Date Published: 2/5/2019 VMware Horizon Installation of Horizon View Agent 7.7 or newer on Windows 2008 R2 Server may fail Date Published: 2/5/2019 Issues … Continue reading

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New KB articles published for the week ending 2nd February,2018

VMware vSphere ESXi NFS warning entries displayed in vmkernel logs for NFS version 4.1 and ESXi 6.7 Date Published: 1/28/2019 VM deployed from template shows the original Network adapter in Summary tab incorrectly after powering VM on Date Published: 1… Continue reading

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Changed advanced setting VSAN.ClomRepairDelay and upgrading to 6.7 u1? Read this…


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If you changed the advanced setting VSAN.ClomRepairDelay to anything else than the default 60 minutes there’s a caveat during the upgrade to 6.7 U1 you need to be aware of. When you do this upgrade the default is reset, meaning the value is configured once again to 60 minutes.  It was reported on twitter by “Justin […]

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Welcome to our vCommunity Slack Workspace – VMware Cloud Providers!

Within the VMware Cloud Provider Solutions Engineering team, we are always looking for new ways to collaborate with our Cloud Service Providers. One of the recent additions is a Slack workspace called VMware Cloud Providers. Intent and Goals The intent of this Slack workspace is further our field collaboration with Cloud Service Providers. Many of

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HA Admission Control Policy: Dedicated Failover Hosts


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This week I received some questions on the topic of HA Admission Control. There was a customer that had a cluster configured with the dedicated failover host admission control policy and they had no clue why. This cluster had been around for a while and it was configured by a different admin, who had left […]

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Usage Meter 3.5 End of General Support

VMware Usage Meter 3.5 End of General Support VMware Usage Meter 3.5 has set end of general support (EoGS) for March 31, 2019. Users of Usage Meter 3.5, or earlier, will be required to upgrade to version 3.6.1. This update needs  to be completed prior to March 31 to ensure the new appliance is reporting for

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Integrating SD-WAN with vCD

Integrating SD-WAN with vCD (vCloud Director) Introduction SD-WAN is a highly-available, well-established, carrier class solution that facilitates on-demand, seamless and secure connectivity between any two points in a network. It is typically sold as a service with centralized, cloud-hosted orchestration and life-cycle management with zero touch deployment for rapid expansion of service footprint. SD-WAN is

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