Announcing the VMware Cloud on AWS – Quick…

Announcing the VMware Cloud on AWS – Quick Reference Poster

Announcing the VMware Cloud on AWS – Quick…

We wanted to provide a quick and easy way to help customers get started with VMware Cloud on AWS. Today it is our pleasure to announce the VMware Cloud on AWS Quick Reference Poster. This poster is divided up into five sections, each with hyperlinked headings, providing additional information. The Firewall Rules section is the The post Announcing the VMware Cloud on AWS – Quick Reference Poster appeared first on VMware Cloud Community.


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Book Giveaway – vSAN Fan March Madness is here!

Book Giveaway – vSAN Fan March Madness is here!

Book Giveaway – vSAN Fan March Madness is here!

March Madness is here, and for college basketball fans the NCAA tournament in March and April is the what you wait for all year. For vSAN Fans, we’re having a different kind of tournament. During the next four weeks in March and April, we’re giving those of you who live and breathe vSAN multiple opportunities The post Book Giveaway – vSAN Fan March Madness is here! appeared first on Virtual Blocks.


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Part 1: Architect and Create Cloud Services…

Part 1: Architect and Create Cloud Services Organizations for Skyline

Part 1: Architect and Create Cloud Services…

In November of 2018, VMware Skyline became available as a VMware Cloud Service. The primary reason we enabled Skyline as a Cloud Services was to provide customer’s with greater control of their Skyline proactive findings and recommendations. This is part one of a multi-part blog series that will help you architect and create your Cloud The post Part 1: Architect and Create Cloud Services Organizations for Skyline appeared first on VMware Support Insider.


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Getting Started with VMware Skyline

Getting Started with VMware Skyline

Learn how to set up VMware Skyline on VMware Cloud Console, including creating Skyline organizations, associating support entitlements, and installing and registering Skyline Collectors. With Skyline on VMware Cloud Console, you can set up multiple organizations and easily manage user access and permissions. Learn more about VMware Skyline: http://www.vmware.com/go/skyline


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VMware Cloud on AWS expands to three additional…

VMware Cloud on AWS expands to three additional AWS regions across three continents

VMware Cloud on AWS expands to three additional…

VMware Cloud on AWS delivers a seamlessly integrated hybrid cloud service that extends on-premises vSphere environments to a VMware SDDC running on Amazon EC2 elastic, bare-metal infrastructure that is fully integrated as part of AWS. This service fulfils the needs of our customers across cloud migration, data center extension, disaster recovery and next-generation applications. Accelerated The post VMware Cloud on AWS expands to three additional AWS regions across three continents appeared…Read More


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Lenovo ix4-300d SSH, root home directory and cronjobs

Couple of weeks ago I got my hands on 3 Lenovo ix4-300d storage boxes. These boxes are no longer produced and sometimes you can get them really cheap. First I had plans to use them as iSCSI storage for my home lab but the performance is not good enough. Therefore I decided to play around with one of the boxes to see what is possible.

I started searching in google about SSH access. Outcome was great blog post which contained a how to enable SSH.

Steven Breuls SSH access ix4-300d

In short just access this page http://[NAS IP]/manage/diagnostics.html and you can enable SSH and set a password for root.

Attention:

Username : root
Password : soho + password (if password = VMware ==sohoVMware )

As soon as you have successfully logged in you can change the password by simply running passwd like on any other linux. Afterwards the soho …

Get all guest IPs of all your Virtual Machines using Powershell

This is a small powershell script to get all Guest IPs from all virtual machines

$VCENTER="10.1.1.3"
Connect-VIServer -Server $VCENTER

$vms = Get-VM | Sort

$file = "c:\ip_list.txt"

foreach ($vm in $vms){
	
	foreach($ip in $vm.Guest.IpAddress){
		Write-Host "$vm $ip"
		"$vm $ip" | Out-File -FilePath $file -Append

	}

}

Disconnect-VIServer -Server $VCENTER -Confirm:$false -Force:$true