Category: ESXi

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VMware Encryption – VM or vSAN Encryption?

To encrypt or not to encrypt, what is the difference??   The integrity, or rather the protection of data at rest and in motion are hot topics, both in and outside the datacentre. This article focuses more on the two VMware options of data at rest encryption – VM encryption and vSAN encryption. It’s easy…
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28th September 2018 0

VMware Homelab – Part #2

In this blog I go through my ideas on the lab architecture and design Part #1 to this blog series focused on the hardware choices I went through and the reasons I discarded some perfectly good options for others. This, as with so many things comes down to the bottom line – costs. This, the…
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21st September 2018 0

VMware Skyline updates and Global Availability

In an update from my previous post, I wanted to tell you about some of the exciting updates in Skyline v1.4 announced at VMworld Vegas 2018.  Skyline is no stranger to VMworld, and this year did not disappoint, with a raft of updates, hands on labs and expert sessions, including a few tables dedicated to…
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17th September 2018 0

VMware Home Lab – Part #1

In this blog I go through my initial thoughts and decisions on the choice of hardware. As this is my first blog article, I’m going to spread the topic over several parts. This multipart blog is my journey on architecting, purchasing and building my VMware home lab environment. I’m the kind of person who loves…
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7th September 2018 0

VMware ESXi on ARM

Yes you heard correctly VMware is releasing ESXi onto ARM Servers this has been done so that VMware can push there technology from the Datacenters to the edge and onto Internet of Things (IoT). VMware demostrated a box running VMware ESXi 6.8.2 which had been running on a windmill farm for over 180 days, the…
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29th August 2018 0