So here we are, after a big pause since last year, finally got the inspiration to write something that might be helpful for others and will be a good reminder for me. Since this Covid-era many things have changed, our routines changed gradually, some kind of a roller coaster so writing left a little bit … Continue reading Babbling about AWS Solutions Architect Associate exam (SAA-C02).
As all of us are already aware (unless you are on some cave with no internet, cellphone, people around you and TV) you know that COVID-19 is getting worst and worst day by day for many countries. Italy currently is in the worst situation but many other countries following their behavior and their numbers. Before … Continue reading Let’s fight COVID-19 with VMware!
So yesterday evening was announced the new era (as I would like to say) for VMware products and VMware strategy. Of course as it was expected a lot of kubernetes, cloud-native, orchestration all these "trend" stuff that we see and were seeing around have been announced. But wait, is this all about? In general, no, … Continue reading VMware vSphere 7.0 – What’s new?!
Yesterday was one of these days of the year that you have to wake up really early but full of energy, until you reach the airport 🙂 So excited joining VMworld 2018 in Barcelona for 2nd time. At least this year I was traveling with my friend and colleague Nedin Ametovski so I had company … Continue reading VMworld 2018 Europe – Day 0, VMworld Begins with YOU!
Before a couple of days, I had some discussion with a friend on how to deploy vRealize Log Insight when you are running a Multi-Site environment (2 sites) and vCenter High-Availability. First of all let’s speak about on what is vRealize Log Insight. vRLI delivers innovative indexing and machine learning based Intelligent Grouping, to enable … Continue reading How to deploy vRealize Log Insight when you are running vCenter High Availability in multi-site environment
Hello, Four (4) days ago and after a lot of reading around on different options for a home lab equipment, I bought my new equipment for the lab and I would say that I am happy more than I was expected. First of all I would say that I had some constraints that I had … Continue reading New home lab in the hood: Specifications! – Part 1
Today VMware announced once again the results of the VMware vExpert Program. I would like to say that I am honored to be named for 3 years in a row and thank you very much to all of my supporters. Special thanks to VMware for bringing this program every year with many many benefits and … Continue reading VMware vExpert 2018
Hello, after a long break I found a small amount of time to write really fast what made my excited last week (unfortunately I didn't had the time because of work to finish this blog when I started it)... PowerCLI 10.0.0 Released!!! This means that finally I can work easily from my MacOS with the … Continue reading VMware PowerCLI 10.0.0 Released with MacOS installation!!!
Hello folks, on previous days I was experiencing the following error during removing a Cluster Object from vCenter Srever: On the "Target: " is the name of the Cluster object that I was trying to delete for instance 'Cluster01' (I cannot use the actual name of the Cluster Object) and below the name of the … Continue reading VMware vCenter Server – Error Removing Cluster Object
Taratadum, time for the second part of my home lab rebuild. As I said in my previous article I had to go after the "design" to the deployment of my VMware components and the first one (after the ESXis) was the Platform Services Controller (PSC) in order to be able later to point my vCenter … Continue reading vEnterprise (Home Lab) goes wild Part 2 – Platform Services Controller (PSC) 6.5 Update 1 Installation