Category Archives: VMware

My favorite VMware fling tools

VMware releases useful tools named flings. Those tools help not only in daily activities but also simplify migration or upgrade vSphere environment. Some tools are included in later version of VMware product after testing and solving potential problems/bugs during "fling phase" 🙂 In this post I will show my favorite fling tools that I often use. vSphere HTML5… Read More »

FTF 001: Replacing 3rd async with VMware inbox driver?

This post begins my series: "From the Field" about issues or opportunities that I have faced during doing projects for my customers. Recently during implementing VMware vSAN for my customer, we needed to replace 3rd async driver with VMware inbox driver (yes, something totally opposite what usually is done). In this post, you will find answers for the… Read More »

VMware NSX Endpoint - preparing for antivirus protection

As I already mentioned, since NSX 6.2.3, all vSphere customers with Essential Plus or higher can use NSX Edpoint for antivirus offloaded protection. When you deploy NSX Manager and register it to vCenter, you can find a "NSX for vShield Endpoint" license in the vCenter license inventory: vShield Manager was EOL in September this year so migration (upgrade… Read More »

VMware vSphere 6.5 announced - my favourite features

This week, during VMworld in Barcelona, vSphere 6.5 was announced with cool features which most of them I could test during beta, however now I can write about it. vCenter Appliance redesigned and highly available with VUM integrated vSphere 6.5 provides a lot of new things of vCenter Appliance. At first, VCSA 6.5 runs on VMware Photon OS.… Read More »