Tag Archive: virtual environment

Veeam Availability Suite 9.5: An Overview

To hands-on backup and recovery solutions, I’ve downloaded Veeam Availability Suite from Veeam’s website, and want to install and test the enterprise level product, and as a blogger, I feel that I should further explore this awesome product and share…
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vSphere 6.0: Setting Up iSCSI Adapters (Part-3)

This series of posts is to cover storage concepts and its configuration. Storage is one of the important features of configuring and managing your virtual environment. Storage options give the flexibility to set up your storage based on your cost,…
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vSphere 6.0: Understanding iSCSI Storage (Part-2)

This series of posts is to cover storage concepts and its configuration. Storage is one of the important features of configuring and managing your virtual environment. Storage options give the flexibility to set up your storage based on your cost,…
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vSphere 6.0: Understanding Virtual Storage (Part-1)

Storage is one of the important features of configuring and managing your virtual environment. Storage options give the flexibility to set up your storage based on your cost, performance, and manageability requirements. Shared storage is useful for disaster recovery, high…
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Vembu BDR Suite 3.7.0: How to Replicate a VM in VMware Environment (Part-3)

Vembu BDR Suite 3.7.0 U1 (included support for vSphere 6.5) is a 5-in-1 solution for small and medium environment to manage backup and recovery requirements not only for VMware and Hyper-V environments but also for physical servers. It offers a…
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Vembu BDR Suite 3.7.0: Backup and Restore VMs in VMware Environment (Part-2)

Vembu BDR Suite 3.7.0 U1 (included support for vSphere 6.5) is a 5-in-1 solution for small and medium environment to manage backup and recovery requirements not only for VMware and Hyper-V environments but also for physical servers. It offers a…
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vSphere 6.0: About the VMKernel Networking Level (Part-7)

In pervious post of this series, we learned pretty simple process about adding ESXi host(s) and migrating VMs to vSphere Distributed Switch (vDS) using step by step process. In this post, we’ll learn how VMKernel Networking layer provide connectivity to…
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vSphere 6.0: Configuring vSphere Standard Switch Policies (Part-3)

In pervious post of this series, we learned about pretty simple steps regarding creation of standard switch. In this post, we’ll see what policies can be applied on standard switch to protect virtual environment against unwanted scanning. If you missed…
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vSphere 6.0: Reset ESXi Root Password via Active Directory

In your virtual environment, you’re in a situation where you’ve lost your one of ESXi hosts root password, how will you reset it? It can be reset via Host Profiles (requires Enterprise Plus License), and Microsoft Active Directory. In this…
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vSphere 6.0: AD Authentication in vCenter Server

In previous post of this series, we’ve learnt about how to manage vCenter Server inventory such as data center objects, organizing inventory objects into folders, events, and logs. If you missed previous posts regarding vCenter Server, you can follow them:…
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