Phew, what a Year. So many changes in my professional career, many new blog post released and so much fun with VMware community.
Hello, VMware fans!
VMworld EU 2018 is past us. Again VMware recorded all sessions and allows us watching videos on their website. In this post, you will find out how to download VMworld 2018 EU sessions.
Two days ago VMware announced a Sub-Program called vExpert PRO. I was selected as the “local” vExpert PRO from Poland.
What is the vExpert PRO program?
vExpert PRO is a program which is focused on recruiting, mentoring and support a new vExperts from each particular region.
I recently had to rebuild homelab due to the SSD disk failure. I had backups but the initial setup wasn't optimal. I decided to rebuild it from scratch.
Quite a neat feature of modern backup solutions is a possibility to send “offsite” backup copies to the cloud. Many Public Cloud providers offer very affordable storage solutions. In this post, we will send VMware backups to the cloud using Altaro Offsite Copies to an Azure Cloud Storage. Altaro offers this option using Microsoft Azure Cloud.
Hello, VMware fans!
Yet another VMworld 2018 US is past us. Unfortunately, Las Vegas is far away from home and I didn't attend it. Luckily for all of us which are in the same situation, VMware allows watching videos on their website. In this post, you will find out how to download VMworld 2018 US sessions.
vSphere 6.7 was released a few months ago but recently I finally found a few minutes of time to upgrade my Homelab to vSphere 6.7.
You can read more about new features introduced in vSphere 6.7 on VMware blog https://blogs.vmware.com/vsphere/2018/04/introducing-vcenter-server-6-7.html</a>.
Today I will show you how you can easily upgrade vCenter Server Appliance 6.5 to version 6.7.
Quite recently Vembu released a new version of VMbackup its flagship backup solution.
With this release, Vembu introduced New Standard Edition of Vembu BDR Suite.
In my last project, I was working with Nutanix metro cluster running on VMware ESXi. Unfortunately, Nutanix and VMware vSphere don't provide any way to automatically distribute virtual machines based on datastore to site location.