Google Hangout: The business benefits of Software Defined Networking
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A nice article from @Lenzker on how to migrate from a Standard vSwitch to a vDS in preparation for deploying NSX.
Get ready for NSX phase 0: Migrate from a vSphere Standard to a distributed switch
The distributed switch (vDS) is a really nice piece of software within the vSphere environment. It offers a variety of very useful features (NIOC, Health Check, Central management, LACP, LBT, Netflow, and so many (features with fancy abbreviations) more). Especially if you want to move to NSX the distributed switch is mandatory. Since analytics showed me that views about my vDS blogposts are increasing it seems that there is a demand for the vDS within our virtualized environments (it’s still an enterprise+ only feature)
Another bug in vSphere 6.0. Now CBT has inconsistent incremental virtual machine backups
At the VMworld Europe party on Wednesday October 14 UK bandFaithless will perform. The performance starts at 20:00. The group is best known for their dance songs (“Salva Mea”, “Insomnia”, “God Is a DJ” and “We Come 1”). Faithless recorded six studio albums, with total sales exceeding 15 million records worldwide. Tips for VMworld here.
VMware Samples Exchange goes into beta
When searching for scripts that relate to VMware (PowerCLI, Perl VILib, etc), you usually end up on a blog or a forum post somewhere, probably pointing towards GitHub for an example script. VMware themselves didn’t have a proper place for example scripts, like most vendors have in their developer centers. But an announcement on the VMware Community Podcast said that they are finally coming around to it and release a beta of the new VMware Samples Exchange. The VMware Samples Exchange (SVE) is…Read More