VMware Horizon View provides solutions for remote working and access to business from anywhere. Users be able to use virtual desktop or applications via secure and fast display protocols such as PCoIP or VMware Blast. VMware did support monitoring VMware Horizon View via vRealize Operations (vROps) for Horizon but recent versions are not supported. You have to use third-party software or services such as ControlUp or develop your solutions.
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Sometimes you need to do troubleshooting about storage connectivity but you don’t have access to datacenter or SAN switches and you need to shutdown one of HBA ports to check server side problem. If the port was a network adapter port, disabling was to easy but what about HBA port on operating system?
This is second part of VMware vSphere 7 upgrade series which about hardware compatibility.
After the upgrade path is prepared and you are ready to pay for new hardware or upgrade current hardware, you have to choose compatible hardware, so you must know that why hardware compatibility is so important?
This post is first part of vSphere 7 Upgrade Series which about vSphere upgrade path to vSphere 7.
HPE C7000 Blade System using Onboard Administrator (OA) KVM module to manage devices and interconnects in chassis. To manage devices directly, OA will redirect to iLO of each device. OA...
If you have plan to deploy vCenter Server Appliance (vCSA) without DNS server, installation will be failed, if you have add standard information for deploying virtual appliance. Because installer ask you to add FQDN of server before start to deploy. By adding FQDN, installer will be try to resolve it.
VNC is a fast and secure way to managing Linux systems via GUI remotely. VNC needs proper configuration to work without issue. Configure VNC on Linux systems will be difficult and confusing for beginners. Fortunately, Red Hat provides an application to create VNC configuration as a script automatically.
VNX Storage arrays can be added to a domain for centralization logging and management for multiple storage arrays. Also Unisphere Central can be added to a VNX domain.
Sometimes, storage administrator makes mistake about adding or removing VNX storage arrays from VNX domain. As an example, administrator has to remove a VNX for send to repairing but forget removing storage array from domain. Another example, when there is multiple domains with multiple range of IP addresses, may be administrator add array to domain wrongly and after that, change IP and add to another domain.
In these situations, domains will contain some systems as unverified system, the unverified systems should verify again and otherwise should be removed.