Tag: 7.0

Quick Tip: kubectl vsphere login without entering a Password

With the release of vSphere 7.0 Update 2, a new version of the vSphere authentication plugin for kubectl has been released. The new plugin, which can be downloaded from the Supervisor Control Plane after enabling

Create Virtual Machines in vSphere with Tanzu using kubectl

This article explains how you can create Virtual Machines in Kubernetes Namespaces in vSphere with Tanzu. The deployment of Virtual Machines in Kubernetes namespaces using kubectl was shown in demonstrations but is currently (as of

VMware ESXi 7.0 Update 2 on Intel NUC

VMware vSphere ESXi 7.0 Update 2 has been released this week and before you start to deploy it to production, you want to evaluate it in your testing environment or homelab. If you have Intel

Failed to load crypto64.efi – ESXi 7.0 U2 Upgrade Error

When you try to upgrade your ESXi host to the latest 7.0 U2 release using either the predefined update baselines or by using esxcli with the upgrade bundle, your ESXi host might fail to reboot

vSphere with Tanzu – SupervisorControlPlaneVM Excessive Disk WRITE IO

After deploying the latest version of VMware vSphere with Tanzu (vCenter Server 7.0 U1d / v1.18.2-vsc0.0.7-17449972), I noticed that the Virtual Machines running the Control Plane (SupervisorControlPlaneVM) had a constant disk write IO of 15

How to Shrink vCenter Server Appliance (vCSA) Disks

After upgrading a vCenter Server Appliance (vCSA) multiple times, it might result in having very large virtual disks. The reason for the growth is, whenever you upgrade the vCenter you have to select a bigger

Deploy Container Service Extension (CSE 3.0) in VMware Cloud Director 10.2

With the release of Cloud Director 10.2, the Container Service Extension 3.0 has been released. With CSE 3.0 you can extend your cloud offering by providing Kubernetes as a Service. Customers can create and manage

New Tool: VMware Product Interop Diff

I’ve published a new tool that allows you to quickly compare the list of supported product versions for VMware products. The tool’s goal is to make the upgrade process easier. You no longer have to

VMware vSAN on Consumer-Grade SSDs – Endurance analysis

When you are running an ESXi based homelab, you might have considered using vSAN as the storage technology of choice. Hyperconverged storages are a growing alternative to SAN-based systems in virtual environments, so using them

vSphere 7.0 Performance Counter Description

This is a list of all available performance metrics that are available in vSphere vCenter Server 7.0. Performance counters can be views for Virtual Machines, Hosts, Clusters, Resource Pools, and other objects by opening Monitor