Posted in UCS on May 10, 2018
One major selling point for UCS is its scalability. But how scalable is it really? You have a double point of failure (the FIs) that manage all of the network and storage communication for hundreds of blades and potentially thousands of servers. The supposedly “agile” UCS service profile requires at a minimum for […]
Posted in VMware on April 18, 2018
I like to think of the virtualization design work as creating a modern piece of art, with each new piece of the puzzle adding to its beauty. I get a lot of satisfaction out of deepening my understanding of the technology.
Posted in Uncategorized on April 3, 2018
The SAML token is just an XML file that is signed by PSC/SSO (not sure which specific certificate is used): No idea why the documentation made this so hard to understand.
Posted in Uncategorized on October 12, 2017
Things I’d like to see for VMware: vCenter and PSC combined into a single appliance running photon OS Better documentation of the upgrade requirements HTML5 with feature parity with Adobe HA for vCenter/PSC supported without a load balancer. Who thought it was a good idea to have single points of failure? Ability to log into […]
Posted in VMware on August 6, 2015
You could have VMHosts running without a vMotion network and with DRS disabled. HA does not use vMotion to power on VMs.
Posted in VMware on November 23, 2014
List of what should be backed up There is some overlap between components listed below – some are within the vCenter database, but should still be exported separately (such as vDS’s). Other components can be disregarded if you have VM-level backups that can perform file-level restores. This is not a complete list, but it might […]
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