Category: VMware Hosting

Mark Your Calendars – The Modern Network for a Future Ready Business

Applications are going through a major transformation – they are becoming more dynamic, complex, and distributed.  They are often built on cloud-native principles and run on-premises and in the cloud.  As we speak with our customers and industry analysts, we consistently

Delete a VCF VI workload domain using vRA

In part four of our Automating VMware Cloud Foundation Series, we show you how leveraging vRealize Orchestrator (vRO) and VCF’s SDDC Manager APIs can benefit deleting VI Workload Domains using Automation. In my previous post

ESXi-Arm on Raspberry Pi – Send CPU Temperature to Graphite

Posted by Florian Grehl on November 9, 2020 With the recently released ESXi-Arm-based driver for the Raspberry Pi’s GPIO interface, it is possible to poll the Pies CPU temperature. With the provided module, I’ve created

Get Raspberry Pi CPU Temperature on ESXi-Arm

Having proper cooling is very important when you run the ESXi-Arm Fling on a Raspberry Pi. With the Fling itself, it is not possible to get the actual CPU temperature. Luckily, a few days ago

New SDDC Linking capability for VMware Cloud on AWS

Original blog posted on November 3rd, 2020. Want a simpler way to manage all vCenter Servers within your Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC)? It’s now possible thanks to a new feature called vCenter Linking for SDDC

Power over Ethernet HAT Options for ESXi-Arm on Raspberry Pi

Power over Ethernet is a nifty solution to run your Raspberry Pi without an additional power supply. You can fully run ESXi-Arm on a Raspberry Pi with a single RJ45 network cable. If you want

Photon OS 4.0 Beta Release is now available

Photon OS team at VMware is pleased to announce the Beta release of the Photon 4.0. Photon 4.0 builds upon the innovation of our enterprise class, Open Source virtual appliance OS, which can be found

Introducing VMware Tools New Download Page & Inclusion in the Product Lifecycle Matrix

Overview VMware Tools are an indispensable component of the vSphere environment, be it to enhance the VM’s overall performance or to ensure that VMs are secure, safeguarded, and hardened. VMware tools have always played an


Bitfusion 2.5.0 Release Gives You the Features You Want

VMware announces the release of vSphere Bitfusion version 2.5.0 with exciting new features, these include bare metal support for clients, backwards compatibility for clients, improved health checks, and much more. You can read the details

Automating VMware Cloud Foundation: Auto-scale Workload Domain Clusters

In part three of our Automating VMware Cloud Foundation Series, we show you how to auto-scale workload domain clusters using vRealize Operations (vROps) to monitor your environment. For Automating VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) use cases,