Introduction to AWS!!

One of the cloud vendors which I am following and working very closely is Amazon Web Services (AWS) they are the pioneer in the cloud computing that makes on-demand computing platform. As part of my job I spend significant amount of time on AWS technology so I have decided to take up one of the […]

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Back to Blogging!!

Its almost two years that I have published any post on my blog. Due to my personal and work commitments I was not able to concentrate on my blog. I was thinking for long time to start blogging  and keep myself active & known in the Industry as I have made lot of contacts after investing […]

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vExpert 2015 Announced

VMware has announced the vExpert 2015 list and I am happy to say that I am part of this prestigious group for the third year in a row. Congrats to all new & returning vExperts. The whole list of vExpert can be found here

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vSphere 6.0 Enhancements

VMware has recently announced the GA of the next major vSphere version vSphere 6.0. Let’s see some of the enhancement available in this version: Scalability: Comparing to the previous vSphere version the scalability has dramatically increased Cluster can scale up to 64 hosts Support up to 8000VM’s on a single cluster Support 480 Physical CPU’s […]

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VM Resource and Availability Service – VMware Fling

A new fling VM Resource and Availability Service has been announced by VMware Labs. The fling is a SaaS based solution which will allow to upload the DRM dump file and allow to simulate failure of one or more hosts from a cluster (in vSphere) and identify how many: VMs would be safely restarted on different hosts VMs […]

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VMware certification roadmap

With the announcement of vSphere 6, VMware has also announced the new roadmap for the VMware certification.  A notable change in the certification program is the VMware has replaces the VMware Certified Advanced Profession (VCAP) with VMware Certified Implementation Expert (VCIX) level. The VCIX level has been first introduced with the NSX and from the vSphere 6 […]

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VM Created and Deleted events using PowerCLI

A quick one liner to find the the users who created or deleted the VM in the past 7 days. This can be fetched using the TaskEvent which has the description VmBeingDeployedEvent or VmBeingClonedEvent and VmRemovedEvent . If you want  to know the count for longer period then change the number AddDays to longer value Here is code for getting the VM creation […]

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VMware announces vCenter Heartbeat End of Availability

VMware has announced the the End of Availability of the vCenter Heartbeat product as on June 2, 2014.Don’t worry though if you’re using it today; the current iteration will be supported through late 2018. What does that mean? Are we getting away from protecting vCenter? Not by a long shot. We have big plans in […]

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