Today is an important day for the Cloud Management Business Unit at VMware as the latest release of vRealize Operations 6.7 is now GA and available for download from My VMware.
Last Friday was a highly anticipated day for the VMware Community as we would finally find out who was going to be awarded vExpert 2018 and be recognized among our peers. Originally the announcement was due near the end of February but more time was required this year to judge applications so it was postponed until March.
Recently, if you have been using the Management Pack for AWS in vRealize Operations you may have noticed that you are no longer receiving metrics for AWS objects in vRealize Operations. This may mean you need to update your SSL certs.
As we close another year I wanted to reflect on 2017 and what a year this has been for myself and in the spirit of blogging more here are my personal highlights for 2017
Read about my experience upgrading my MCSA from Windows Server 2008 to Windows Server 2012 and the path I chose.
Read about my recap of the #blogtober challenge where you had to write 5 posts in 31 days during October and how I was able to achieve this.
Still running vCenter Operations Manager 5.x? The time to Upgrade is NOW! Read about why you should upgrade to vROps 6.6.1 as vCOps 5.x is no longer supported by VMware.
After being set a challenge by Jake Robinson, PM for PowerCLI at VMworld Europe, I started working on a PowerCLI script to collect snapshot info for VM's. This post describes that process.
Read about my time during the final day of VMworld Europe 2017 where the main highlight was a breakout session on how a customer used vROps to make their environment run more efficiently. Finally I share my thoughts on my 1st VMworld.