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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 3

This is the third blog post in the Replacing default certificates in vSphere 6 series. The first post can be found here. The second is here. In this bog post we will take a look at replacing the certificates on the

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

My VCAP6-CMA Design (3V0-632) Beta Exam experience

I took my VCAP-CMA Design beta on the 11th of March, which was the last available day to sit for the exam. It was my first ever VCAP exam and my first ever beta, two firsts there. Ever since I started

Cisco Champion and vExpert 2016 Results

Hello readers! It’s been a while since I wrote my last blog post (almost 3 months) and there are several reasons why I couldn’t. I’ve been traveling a lot and have had the opportunity to  deliver a project in the land of