Configure Content Library in vSphere 6.5

Content libraries are container objects for VM templates, vApp templates, and other types of files. vSphere administrators can use the templates in the library to deploy virtual machines and vApps in the vSphere inventory. Sharing templates and files across multiple vCenter Server instances in same or different locations brings out consistency, compliance, efficiency, and automation in deploying… Read More Configure Content Library in vSphere 6.5

Back up a vCenter Server Appliance 6.5

vCenter Server Appliance 6.5 has a native integrated backup and restore for the appliance itself. This new, out-of-the box functionality enables users to back up vCenter Server and Platform Services Controller appliances directly from the VAMI (vCenter Appliance Management Interface) or API. The backup consists of a set of files that is streamed to a… Read More Back up a vCenter Server Appliance 6.5

Top VMware Interview Questions and Answers

Virtualization is the answer to easy application deployment, maximum server utilization, and robust disaster recovery plans. To cater to this rising deployment of virtualization around the globe, VMware administrators are in great demand. VMware is the leading virtualization platform on market with vSphere product and it is a great career if you have choosen this… Read More Top VMware Interview Questions and Answers

Top things to know about vSAN

As we know so far VMware vSAN is a distributed layer of software that runs natively as a part of the ESXi hypervisor. vSAN aggregates local or direct-attached capacity devices of a host cluster and creates a single storage pool shared across all hosts in the vSAN cluster. While supporting VMware features that require shared storage, such as HA, vMotion, and DRS, vSAN eliminates the need… Read More Top things to know about vSAN