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vCenter for Windows 6.5 to vCSA 6.7 migration

Historically, many infrastructures are based on vCenter for Windows, especially, those which were not deployed after vSphere 6.5 was announced. Prior vSphere 6.5  vCSA appliance has a limited set of features and many companies instead prefer to use a full-feature vCenter server running on windows. From vSphere 6.5, vCSA is the preferred vCenter deployment option, and […]

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Insta Clone

One of the new features in vSphere 6.7 is Instant Clone. Well, it’s not exactly new feature, some of you might heard about something called VMfork but since vSphere 6.7 its fully integrated into the vSphere itself. So, what it is? Imagine a situation when you need to (almost) instantly create dozens or even hundred […]

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VMware Update Manager

Keeping your infrastructure up-to-date is one of the crucial tasks of day to day operations of every system administrator. Path management and compliance checks of the environment is usually long run and unfortunately not every environment is patched periodically. There are several major results of un-patched environment Missing security patches that might lead into compromising […]

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