Testing vSphere Integrated Containers

So you’ve probably all heared about vSphere Integrated Containers (VIC), VMware’s awesome approach to make containers enterprise-ready. Maybe you also heared of it’s predecessor Project Bonneville, which was a VMware internal testrun to see if their ideas check out (and they did!). But have you yet seen it in action? In this quick introduction I’ll show you what you need as of VIC version 0.8.

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Remove vRealize LogInsight Password complexity

If you hate to remember complex passwords for your lab environment: so do I. Unfortunately there are applications out there that have no easy way to disable password complexity. VRealize LogInsight is one of them. Here’s how to set the password to whatever you like anyways.

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WinSCP and the VCSA

Have you ever tried to upload / download files using WinSCP to / from the VCSA >= v. 6.0? Out of the box, this won’t work. In this post I’ll show you how to fix this.

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Step by Step Upgrade to Veeam Backup and Replication 9.5

Today is the day many of you guys were waiting for. Veeam Availability Suite 9.5 is released. I was at a customer today so we decided to directly upgrade his envoronment. The Upgrade was as easy as we know it from Veeam and it just works. I decided to make a step step guide to empower all of you to make this upgrade by yourself.

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Veeam Backup and Replication 9.5 - What´s New

Hi Folks, so Veeam Backup & Replication version 9.5 is about to release in a couple of weeks. Most of you guys should had seen some of the new features poping up in Veeam Marketing newsletters but there is much more under the hood. This post will show you all new features and a short explaination of what do you have to expect.

Keep in mind this is a minor release but with a mass of new great features. If you plan to upgrade your existing Veeam v9 deployment you do not need a new license file. Especially if you ran out of support and subscription you are welcome to update either.

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