In part 2 of a 2 part series to discuss the blueprint for VCP6-DCV Section 2, Ariel Sanchez covers Objective 2.2 Configuring Network I/O Control VCP6-DCV Section 2 Video You can find Ariel on Twitter @arielsanchezmor Originally published at http://vbrownbag.comm – Sign up for the live #vBrownBag broadcast at http://vbrownbag.comm/brownbags/ where you can also get updates and view our past series such Read more about #vBrownBag Follow-Up VCP6-DCV Exam Section 2 (con’t) with Ariel Sanchez (@arielsanchezmor)[…]
In this episode of the #vBrownBag, Ariel Sanchez covers section 6 of the VMware Certified Professional 6 – Data Center Virtualization (VCP6-DCV) exam. VCP6-DCV Exam Section 6 Objective 6.1 – Configure and administer a vSphere backups/restore/replication solution You can follow Ariel on Twitter @arielsanchezmor Originally published at http://vbrownbag.comm – Sign up for the live #vBrownBag broadcast at http://vbrownbag.comm/brownbags/ where Read more about #vBrownBag Follow-Up VCP6-DCV Exam Section 6 with Ariel Sanchez (@arielsanchezmor)[…]
Geoff Wilmington covers objective 5.5 as we continue with the #vBrownBag VCP6 Foundation Series. Section 5, Objective 5.5 Video Objective 5.5 – Describe backup and recovery options – Snapshot requirements and best practices, how snapshots work, when not to use snapshots – How VDP works, requirements, sizing – How vSphere replication works, requirements, sizing – Read more about #vBrownBag Follow-Up VCP6 Foundation Exam Section 5 (con’t) with Geoff Wilmington (@vWilmo)[…]
Joe Hoegler, Microsoft Exchange 2010 and 2013 Microsoft Certified Master and Matt Liebowitz, author of Virtualizing Microsoft Business Critical Applications on VMware vSphere and Virtualization Discipline Lead with EMC join the #vBrownBag to discuss considerations for virtualizing Microsoft Exchange 2013. They cover real world example as well as Microsoft best practices and supported configurations. Video Read more about #vBrownBag Follow-Up Virtualizing Exchange w Matt Liebowitz (@mattliebowitz) & Joe Hoegler (@joehoegler)[…]
This came up on #VMware on Freenode this weekend. Basically the concern was “How do I Backup my ESXi USB Key?” Other than ripping the USB key out of a production machine… how was the user to do this? Well, vMA and the vCLI provide a method for this: Backing up your ESXi Configuration: To Read more about How To Backup ESXi Configuration – The Missing Piece[…]
After you’ve spent the time installing VMware Data Recovery (vDR), you may find that some of the defaults do not work well. Some of these, like the retention policies are an easy change. Others, like the behavior of the vDR appliance, however, are a bit more difficult. To that end, you can create a datarecovery.ini Read more about Advanced vDR Configuration[…]
I likely should have started with a post or two about vDR (VMware Data Recovery), what it is, and how to install it. Instead, I’ll point you to some of the docs on those: Info & Installing. The installing guide is especially recommended after I spent a few days unsuccessfully installing vDR (Hint: Use the Read more about Few, More, Many – vDR Retention Policy Autopilot[…]
Still cleaning out my feed reader after having slacked for a few days, and came across this gem on Yellow-Bricks: I’ll have to give this a test shortly to see how well it performs. Woot!