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The VMware and AWS partnership was announced last year in October and here is my first blog about it. During VMworld 2017 in Las Vegas in late August came the much anticipated big keynote announcement made by VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger and … Continue reading
This is a bunch of VMware NSX links for getting started with fundamentals.
The purpose of this article is to help any one extend a logical volume in Centos VM that is running on VMware Workstation. I started with VMware KB 1006371 which is a good start and there was couple of fill … Continue reading
I have played with VMware vSphere for years and started back in the VCP 3.5 days, while developing and creating VMware solutions in 2008 at Sun. Back in the day I was part of a team know as the “Solutions Factory Team” … Continue reading