In the latest release of VyOS, a new feature has been added to the product called VRF. VRF or Virtual Routing and Forwarding is a technology that makes it possible to create multiple routing tables on a single router. In this blog post, we are going to set up a VyOS management VRF for […]
NSX deep dive sessions at VMworld 2020
It’s that time of year again; VMworld! This VMworld is unprecedented in its delivery this year. VMworld 2020 will be entirely online and general sessions available for anyone who wants to attend for free! There is a small fee track for Premier pass which has access to additional sessions. More on that in the links The post NSX deep dive sessions at VMworld 2020 appeared first on Network and Security Virtualization.
vSphere 7.0 U1 with Multi-Instance GPUs (MIG) on the NVIDIA A100 for Machine Learning Applications – Part 1: Introduction
This article introduces the new Multi-Instance GPU (MIG) software functionality that can be used with the NVIDIA Ampere A-series GPUs. It describes how MIG can be used in virtual machines on VMware vSphere 7 Update 1 (U1). The MIG functionality optimizes the sharing of a physical GPU by a set of VMs on vSphere in The post vSphere 7.0 U1 with Multi-Instance GPUs (MIG) on the NVIDIA A100 for Machine Learning Applications – Part 1: Introduction appeared first on Virtualize Applications.
Monitoring and troubleshooting virtual machine (VM) performance inevitably leads to a desire to compare the performance characteristics between two or more VMs. This typically means that the administrator must navigate back and forth between multiple locations in the User Interface (UI) of […]
The release of VMware Cloud on AWS (VMC) 1.12 brings a number of exciting new capabilities to the managed service offering. A comprehensive list can be reviewed in the release notes. A key feature that is now Generally Available (GA) in all VMC commercial regions worldwide is VMware Transit […]
vSphere continues to deliver the ability to scale your infrastructure to meet the demands of modern application workloads such as Kubernetes clusters/pods, or high-performance application workloads. Let’s glance at the increased scalability numbers and see how it can benefit you in your journey[…]
vSphere 7 Update 1 – vSphere Clustering Service (vCLS)
The vSphere Clustering Service (vCLS) is a new capability that is introduced in the vSphere 7 Update 1 release. It’s first release provides the foundation to work towards creating a decoupled and distributed control plane for clustering services in vSphere. The challenge being that cluster services, like the vSphere Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS), depend on The post vSphere 7 Update 1 – vSphere Clustering Service (vCLS) appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
ESXi 7.0 Update 1 now includes NIC driver for Intel NUC 10
With the upcoming release of vSphere 7.0 Update 1 and specifically ESXi 7.0 Update 1, support for the onboard NIC of the Intel NUC 10 (Frost Canyon) is now included and the community ne1000 VIB driver is no longer needed. If you had previously installed the community driver, you can uninstall the VIB after successfully […]
Lifecycle Management with vLCM in vSAN 7 U1 vSphere 7 introduced an entirely new solution for unified software and firmware lifecycle management that is native to vSphere. vSphere Lifecycle Manager, or vLCM, is a powerful new framework based on a desired state model to deliver simple, reliable […]
In this session, UK-based Eleanor Abbiss (@abbiss96) describes how she converted the NSX-T design guide into a custom health check guide for her customer’s environments and runs through some of the top technical checks and resolutions.
The Nessus is an external remote scanning tool developed by Tenable. It is used for Vulnerability Assessments, penetration testing in a wide range of technologies including operating systems, network devices, hypervisors, databases, web servers, and critical infrastructure.