VMware recently added NVMe over Fabric (NVMe-oF) as a storage network protocol option in vSphere 7.0. The fact that the fastest shared storage solution is now able to be used by the world’s most popular virtualization software is a game changer, opening a whole new set of use cases for a […]
As you all know, vSphere certificate management is one of the most important aspects of security in an organization. VMware had introduced VMware Certificate Authority as the default certificate authority in vSphere-6. It provides the certificates to ensure secure communication over SSL for […]
After upgrading my vCenter server appliance to the latest patch, 126.96.36.19900 Build 16620007, I found out that the CPU usage was abnormally high than before. Specifically on “observability”. Constant 4 to 5Ghz usage with just 4 hosts connected. […]
This is the last phase of our upgrade process. In our last two articles, we successfully upgraded our vCenter Server from 6.7 to v7.0, and we then used vSphere Lifecycle Manager to upgrade our ESXi cluster from ESXi 6.7 to v7.0. Today’s post will discuss the upgrade of virtual machine hardware and VMware Tools.