My vSphere 6.7 homelab upgrade experience
24th July 2018
on My vSphere 6.7 homelab upgrade experience
vSphere 6.7 was released several months ago, and I've been meaning to upgrade my homelab for a while now. vSphere 6.5 has been pretty rock-solid, but it's time
Automated NIC names in Linux on VMware vSphere
5th July 2018
on Automated NIC names in Linux on VMware vSphere
A colleague of mine was working with a customer recently on some changes to their automated VM provisioning process (they're not vRA customers... yet). He got
vCenter’s Number – Is It Up?
11th October 2013
on vCenter’s Number – Is It Up?
(This is all based on information that's in the public domain at the time of writing and is all my own opinion. I may very well be wrong!) ESXi first saw the
New Book – VMware vSphere Design (2nd Edition)
19th March 2013
on New Book – VMware vSphere Design (2nd Edition)
Forbes Guthrie and Scott Lowe have been busy. I very much enjoyed the first edition of the VMware vSphere Design book and now the second edition is up on
Adding disks to 2008 R2 Server Core VMs
7th May 2012
on Adding disks to 2008 R2 Server Core VMs
In a lab environment, sometimes anything can go. Solutions aren’t always standards compliant or don’t always follow best / sensible practices. One that I
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