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January, 2015

  • 5 January

    Configuring the vCenter Operations Manager 5.8 – Part 4

    This article will help you to configure the vCenter Operating Manager 5.8 . Once you have deployed the vC Ops using the OVA file , new vApps will be created along with  two new VM’s. (Analytics VM & UI VM). When you power on the vApps , Analytics VM gets power on and it takes nearly 10 minutes  to initialize. There are plenty …

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  • 1 January

    Deploying vCenter Operation Manager 5.8 – Part 3

    VMware provides the vC Ops installable software for windows & Linux.VMware also provides the pre-configured vApps to deploy vCenter Operation manager in few clicks and this will be the most common method. If you plan to install it on Linux or Windows hosts, you need to buy license for operating systems  along with vC Ops. But when you deploy vC Ops …

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December, 2014

  • 31 December

    Creating Network profile for vC Ops 5.8 – Part 2

    In this article ,we will see that how to configure the network protocol profile for vC Ops vApps using vSphere web-client. Network protocol profiles provide a network identity to vApps. A network protocol profile is a pre-defined network configuration that is assigned to a network used by a vApps. The vApp can then leverage vCenter Server to automatically provide an …

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  • 30 December

    vCenter Operations Manager 5.8 Overview – Part1

    VMware offers vC Ops “aka”  vCenter Operations Manager to monitor VMware vSphere and vCloud environments in the most efficient way.It provides the great visibility on VMware infrastructure to the system administrators and stake holders.The most important feature of vC Ops is capacity planning.It projects the resource consumption growth with help of the historical statistics. VMware vSphere itself  provides the necessary performance …

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  • 19 December

    Nutanix – Web-Scale Converged Infrastructure

    The entire world’s IT infrastructure  is driving towards the virtualization to reduce the IT costs by consolidating the small and mid-range workload environments. When it comes to Virtualization, hypervisors are ruling the market and VMware is top among those. Microsoft Hyper-V,Oracle VM for X86 and Redhat Enterprise  Virtualization(RHEV) also competing with each other on the hypervisor market along with VMware. Now the questions is …

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  • 12 December

    How to find the Redhat Linux version & Release details ?

    Redhat Linux Version details

    Are you new to Redhat Enterprise Linux ?  If yes, this article is going to help you to identify the Redhat Linux version, code name, release name and kernel version. You may require those details to check the application compatibility or future Operating system update. By viewing “/etc/redhat-release” file, you can identify the Redhat version. “unmae -r”  command will provide the …

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  • 11 December

    LDOM – How to find the physical Memory size ?

    In UnixArena,we have talked more about LDOM aka Oracle VM for SPARC.But this article will provide the solution to identify the installed physical memory of the server from control domain. There is no direct command available to find out the total physical memory and un-allocated memory  from control domain.Once you have set the resources limit to control domain, all the …

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November, 2014

  • 29 November

    Dynamically Adding Memory CPU to VM on VMware

    VMware vSphere’s hot-add Memory and hot-plug CPU functions allow you to add the CPU and Memory while virtual machine is up and running. It will help you to add the additional  resources whenever required and  no need to bring down the VM for each time.But  you can’t remove the resources once you have added the VM while its  running.This Hot-add …

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