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Paul Armenakis

Paul Armenakis

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High Availability and Redundancy Features in vSphere 6.5

VMware announced the new version of its core data center product, vSphere 6.5, at VMworld Barcelona last week. With it, as always, comes new ESXi and vCenter features—and make no mistake, there are some great ones!

One thing I personally liked is the attention to the core feature set that makes vSphere so great:

Topics: VMware

7 PowerCLI Learning and Coding Tools I Learned about at VMworld 2016 US

With VMworld 2016 US coming to a close, there’s no time like the present to review one of the major tracks from the conference. Up first, one of the main pillars of VMware automation and scripting: PowerCLI.

Topics: Tips

VMware 101: Virtual Network Design

One of the most common questions we receive regarding VMware vSphere environments (and virtualization environments in general) is how to set up virtual networking.

Topics: Networking Virtualization

How VMware Virtual SAN 6.1 Can Support Your Remote Applications And PoPs

With the ecommerce industry growing each year, international business is no longer an enterprise-only sport. With small and midsize companies entering the global footprint game, their IT infrastructure needs to follow suit as they seek to engage and keep customers around the world.

Topics: Networking Tips

Fault Tolerance in vSphere 6

In previous versions of VMware vSphere, real-time fault tolerance (FT) was only possible for single vCPU VMs. The problem was that most modern apps need more than one CPU. That’s why it's no surprise that virtualization admins everywhere are thrilled about vSphere 6 supporting 4 virtual CPUs in a fault-tolerant configuration.

Topics: Products and Services