VMware Converter issue while converting a VM (V2V) onto a VC at destination

We spend a lot in planning our activities in DC migration projects. We make sure we have all the pre-requisites covered so that we don’t run into silly issues when we are finally doing that bit of converting a physical machine or moving a virtual machine from it’s source to destination. After all the extensive planning we do run into small technical problems here and there while doing the conversion. It is of course better to run a test migration

VMware product walk-through released with all new products and features

VMware has released the new product walk-through portal where one can find all the interesting things related to products and their features. This portal gives a really good technical overview of the products and their features for everyone who is interested in knowing what the products have to offer. It even gives you a clue on the kind of use case you can run to test/showcase the products. It will be very useful for most of the folks as this is

The vmx-10 Paradox

    Since the introduction of vmx-10 there has been a lot of debate on whether to use it or not. The ¬†main shortcoming is that one cannot edit the settings of a Virtual Machine that is running on VM hardware version 10 (vmx-10) using the vSphere client. It can only be done using the web client, so if you are running just an ESXi server and you have a VM with vmx-10, you are in trouble.   Also, I