My company Sovereign Systems was recently named a TAG Top 40 Innovative Technology Company.
We are doing some really cool stuff around Cloud Management Platforms with our SovLabs modules, which provides an end-to-end solution unmatched in the industry.
Check it out!
New RS 3 hatchback, where I am from, looks awesome and I am sure a beast to drive. Hope they got some of that understeer under control.
Yesterday VMware released both NSX for vSphere 6.3.o as well as the accompanying vCenter 6.5a and ESXi 6.5a.
Before upgrading your NSX environment to 6.3 you would need to upgrade your vCenter and ESXi hosts to 6.5a as describe in the KB 2148841
It seems there was a pretty good reasons for VMware holding out on NSX so long since they introduced a lot of great new features with just a fews standouts listed below:
VMware just keeps steaming ahead and making great progress with the HTML5 Web client. There are I really hope to see the HTML5 client have feature parity by end of year with the flash web client.
Here are some of the new standout features. A complete list of new features, enhancements and bug fixes are available from the fling page.
- Edit iSCSI Advanced Options
- Chart for datastore usage by file type
- Resource utilization charts for VMs, RPs and vApps
- DRS per-host utilization charts for CPU and Memory
- Storage DRS recommendations, faults and action history
- ‘New Distributed Switch’ wizard
- Remove Distributed Switch
- Edit VMkernel adapter settings
- Migrate VM: Added ‘Change storage only’ option
- Migrate VM: When changing compute resource only, you can now migrate VM networking (‘Select networks page’)
- Register VM or VM template (from a datastore’s File browser)
- Remove from inventory a VM or VM template
- Move a VM to a VM folder or datacenter using ‘Move to’ dialog