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VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) 2.2 : What’s new

During Pat’s keynote yesterday, he mentioned how the industry is moving towards consuming the unified SDDC platform. Enterprises are looking for a platform that delivers cloud ready infrastructure which is easy to deploy, manage and secure. A fully integrated system that

Moving from windows vCenter to vCSA 6.5 using the migration-assistant

Since the introduction of vCenter Server appliance (vCSA), there has always been a debate on which one is better (Windows based deployment or vCSA) and what one’s advantages over the other is. Folks at VMware have spent lot of their time

VM Disaster Recovery using NAKIVO Backup & Replication v6.1

Disaster recovery (DR) is a process of protecting the workloads running on the primary site to another site known as the disaster recovery site. This keeps the application workloads up and running in case of a natural or any other kind

Replacing default certificates in vSphere 6 – Part 4

In the previous blog post we saw how to replace the SSL certificate for the PSC component of the vCenter server. So this brings us to the final blog post of the series. In this blog post we will look at

Replacing default certificates in vSphere 6 – Part 2

This is the second blog post in the Replacing default certificates in vSphere 6 series. The first post can be found here. In this blog post we take a look at how to obtain a CA certificate from the CA authority.

Replacing default certificates in vSphere 6 – Part 1

We all know that SSL certificates enable secure communication between a browser and a web server. During the initial setup, all the VMware components are installed with self-signed certificates and it is a best practice to replace the default certificates with