Monthly Archives: May 2019

Terraform vCloud Director Provider v2.2.0 Released

Two months haven’t passed and we have a new version of HashiCorp Terraform vCloud Director Provider v2.2.0! You can now automatically download it via the terraform init command and find the corresponding documentation on the HashiCorp Terraform website: https://www.terraform.io/docs/providers/vcd/index.html In this particular release we had a primary goal of merging all of the open community contributions

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Top 20 Articles for vSphere, April 2019

Restarting the Management agents in ESXi L1TF related “esx.problem.hyperthreading.unmitigated” vCenter Server Updates: CVE-2018-3646 “503 service unavailable” error when connecting to the vCenter Server using the vSphere Web Client How to r… Continue reading

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Top 20 Articles for NSX, April 2019

Status of TLSv1.1/1.2 Enablement and TLSv1.0 Disablement across VMware products Guest Introspection status reports “Warning: Guest Introspection service not ready” “No NSX Managers available” error in the vSphere Web Client &#82… Continue reading

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Impact of adding Persistent Memory / Optane Memory devices to your VM


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I had some questions around this in the past month, so I figured I would share some details around this. As persistent memory (Intel Optane Memory devices for instance) is getting more affordable and readily available more and more customers are looking to use it. Some are already using it for very specific use cases, […]

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Cloudspot podcast focus on vCloud Availability for Disaster Recovery

Cloud Spot Podcast :2nd episode vCloud Availability Disaster Recovery   Please welcome Daniel Paluszek a Staff Solutions Engineer to talk about our newest release of vCloud Availability. Why is this release so special? Well, this is the converged solution architecture for our disaster recovery solution – exceeding all past architectures and capabilities into a very

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New KB articles published for the week ending 18th May,2019

VMware Cloud Provider Pod “ReferenceError: vcsaSize is not defined.” error when deploying the resource infrastructure with Cloud Provider Pod 1.1 Date Published:5/17/2019 VMware vSphere ESXi An ESXi host experiences a Purple Diagnostic Scre… Continue reading

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How to Report Monthly Usage with the Flex Pricing Model

In a previous blog post, we walked through How to Signup for the Flex Pricing Model. Now let’s walk through how to submit monthly reports. The Flex Pricing Model is a new consumption model that replaces the old bundles that have been around for years. They give partners much more flexibility in how they consume VMware

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Choose Your Own Cloud Adventure with VCPP Flex Pricing

We are thrilled to announce a major update to the VMware Cloud Provider Program (VCPP) that deliver partners the flexibility and control to granularly consume VMware solutions and easily build and offer new services. The VMware Cloud Provider Program (VCPP) has grown over the years to help partners build cloud environments for their customers. Throughout

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How to Sign Up for the new VCPP Flex Pricing Model

Since mid-2018, the VCPP Team at VMware have been talking about the new Flex Pricing Model that is coming. This is the new consumption model that allows partners to build their bundles and create the services that they want or their customers need. At the beginning of May 2019, VMware released the pricing information to

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Introducing CloudSpot: Our New Podcast to Keep you Cloud Ready!

Introducing CloudSpot: Our New Podcast to Keep you Cloud Ready!     What is CloudSpot? CloudSpot is a new podcast that discusses the latest cloud technologies from the Cloud Providers’ perspective and covers new products and updates from the VMware Cloud Provider team. The podcast series is not a detailed technical product pitch (although we

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