Category Archives: VMware

2018 – Blogs which helped me to gain knowledge.

Below is the list of the blogs which helped me to gain knowledge on some new technologies in 2018. https://theithollow.com/2017/06/26/migrate-vsphere-vms-amazon-aws-server-migration-service/ http://mistwire.com/2017/09/use-aws-lambda-to-schedule-instance-startsstops-and-save-some-money/ https://theithollow.com/2017/03/06/using-packer-create-vsphere-aws-images/ https://theithollow.com/2017/12/11/use-amazon-cloudwatch-logs-metric-filters-send-alerts/ https://jsimon-public.s3.amazonaws.com/reinvent2017.html https://www.portal.reinvent.awsevents.com/connect/search.ww#loadSearch-searchPhrase=vmware&searchType=session&tc=0&sortBy=abbreviationSort&p=%3Fsc_channel https://cloud.vmware.com/community/2017/12/04/using-aws-vpc-endpoint-access-data-s3-spark-vmware-cloud-aws-2/ https://acloud.guru/courses https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/developer/announcing-lambda-support-for-powershell-core/?sc_channel=sm&sc_campaign=Serverless,Developer_Blog&sc_publisher=TWITTER&sc_country=SDK&sc_geo=GLOBAL&sc_outcome=awareness&trk=_TWITTER&sc_content=PowerShell&sc_category=AWS_Lambda&linkId=56724189 https://sqldbawithabeard.com/2018/12/24/running-windows-and-linux-sql-containers-together/ https://code.vmware.com/samples?id=5121 https://blogs.vmware.com/vsphere/2018/12/the-vsphere-upgrade-blog-series-wrap-up.html https://docs.microsoft.com/en-au/azure/architecture/aws-professional/?wt.mc_id=MVP https://blogs.vmware.com/vsphere/2018/10/vcenter-server-windows-migrations.html https://graham-beer.github.io/2018/AWS-Lambda-with-PowerShell-1/ https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/teamblog/introducing-ms-learn?wt.mc_id=docsmsft-twitter https://vports.info/ports/ https://vmiss.net/2018/09/19/how-to-get-started-with-vmware-vsphere-security/ https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/site-recovery/migrate-tutorial-windows-server-2008 https://blogs.vmware.com/vsphere/2018/09/introduction-to-automating-your-vsphere-upgrade.html?src=so_5a314d0604f0c&cid=70134000001SluU https://domalab.com/copy-files-veeam-console/?platform=hootsuiteContinue reading

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Tips to edit the .vmdk (descriptor file)

We are in the situation to change the scsi adapter detail in the disk vmdk (descriptor file) and the count of the VM list is very high so used the below steps to change it on the multiples VMs. Log-in … Continue reading

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Tips to update the certificate request with SANs (subject alternative names)

When we deploy our custom certificate in the https://<vrops>/admin UI, vROps will take care of distribute that same certificate to all vROps nodes. Because vROps uses one certificate for all nodes, we must have every nodes’ IP address and FQDN … Continue reading

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Inactive VMs in SRM recovery.

We were testing the SRM recovery and noticed few VMs are skipped during the testing without any error and when we generated the logs ,skipped  VMs were showing as inactive. After few investigation we have noticed that the Guest OS … Continue reading

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Bug in some vSAN code that Logic Monitoring is polling

As per the below link  if we are using the Logic Monitoring for VSphere environment, It looks like due to a change in the server-side API behavior of VMware 6.5, could trigger host instability, or possibly a crash of an ESXi 6.5 host. https://communities.logicmonitor.com/topic/1945-fyi-lm-can-trigger-esxi-65-hostd-to-crash/?tab=comments#comment-4839Continue reading

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Adding the AWS Account in to the Trend DSM – Part 2

Add your AWS account to Deep Security. This imports all your Amazon EC2 instances into Deep Security Manager. Your EC2 instances appear on the left under Computers > your_AWS_account > your_region > your_VPC > your_subnet. From there, you can manage them like any other computer. If you previously added Amazon EC2 instances … Continue reading

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Trend Deep security Protection on AWS – Part 1

Enable agility with security built for Amazon EC2. Trend Micro’s instance-based  protection, deep API integration and AWS CloudFormation templates help you automate security and accelerate compliance. Together Trend Micro and AWS deliver proactive cloud security that Security trusts and DevOps likes. With AWS … Continue reading

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