vSphere 6.7 General Availability

  As many of you know, yesterday, vSphere 6.7 was released. There are some awesome updates, and while this isn’t an all-encompassing list of features, I wanted to round up the ones I felt were the most important (especially to my customers). First and foremost, it should be noted that you cannot upgrade from vSphere…

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Who put a GUI on my script logs?

You know nothing, Jon Sn… er VMware Engineer One of the great things about automation is the ability to execute a complex or tedious task in a consistent and repeatable way. And it works every time exactly as it should… Or we live in the real world filled with inconsistencies, imperfect humans writing code, and…

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What do you mean share resources?

Sharing is caring Resource pools are certainly nothing new in the world of virtualization but they can still come up as a topic of debate on how to be properly managed. Whether you use them or not largely depends on your environment. If your environment is fairly lax on resource over provisioning and utilization then…

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My Journey to VCIX6-DCV

In this post I will share my journey to achieving the VMware Certified Implementation Expert 6 – Data Center Virtualization (VCIX 6 – DCV) achievement this year with the methods that I used, in the hopes that others will be able to replicate my results. The VCIX is an achievement earned by passing both advanced…

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Someone left keys in the front door…

Hi my name is Greg Madro and I am here because someone thought it would be a good idea that I share my innermost thoughts with the world (cough Jeremiah Megie). Clearly Jeremiah never actually listened to me when we worked together or he thought this would be a fun social experiment. Nonetheless I thank…

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