Category: VMware

Upgrading VCSA 6.5 to VCSA 6.7

Hello guys! As you all know, 17 / 04 / 2018 was the 6.7 version of VMware products. We have some cool news, including vCenter's HTML5 interface is almost 100% ready. The list with all the news you can see in the following links: vSphere 6.7 Link-O-Rama All vSphere 6.7 Release Notes & download

I spent in VCP6-DCV!

Hello guys! Yesterday I finally did my test for VCP6-DCV and managed to pass 410 points with 500! I was very happy because I had been studying as well as I could (reconciling work, wife, personal life, etc.) and I was not so confident that I would pass on the first try. As many of you know, in order to have VCP-DCV certification you need

VMWorld US 2017 - Impressions

Hello guys! Last week was the VMWorld 2017 US in Las Vegas. For the first time I had the chance to attend the event and also to speak at vBrownBag's Tech Talks. It was a really cool experience and I would like to record some impressions I had during and after the event, which I think was

VMWorld 2017 - VCDX Workshop

Hello guys! As I was able to come to VMWorld 2017 a few days earlier, I decided to attend a community workshop that exists every year, the VCDX Workshop. For those who do not know, VCDX is VMWare's highest level certification. This is a different certification because you need to write a design project

Using VMware vCenter Converter Standalone

Hello guys! Do you know VMware vCenter Converter Standalone? If you do not know, you should know and use it! Primarily for ESXi Free environments or environment ESXi is not being managed by a vCenter. The Converter (which will call it during the article) is capable of converting physical machines to virtual machines (P2V), machines

How do Snapshots work?

Hello guys! One of the most commonly used and known features of any hypervisor is the famous Snapshot, or Checkpoint in Hyper-V. Regardless of the name, it's a function that we not only use on a day-to-day basis, as many professional backup tools use as a resource to generate a backup of a VM (VEEAM, for example). Well, my