WebCommander – VMware Lab Flings

Reading Time: 3 minutes An other post in the VMware Lab Flings series. This time a fling that I was re-introduced to when following the PowerCLI session at VMworld Europe. So what’s is WebCommander? Webcommander is a GUI framework around PowerShell and PowerCLI scripts. It gives an easy to use web interface. This can be used to provide users … Continue reading »WebCommander – VMware Lab Flings

Sites for you bookmark list – VMware WalkThroughs

Reading Time: 2 minutes VMware has a site on the world wide web called vmwarewalkthroughs.com. This site contains product walk throughs. These walk throughs provide a step by step overview of VMware architecture components, and a how to configure these. For the viewer this is not only following the slides, but some interactive clicking of menu or object items. Several … Continue reading »Sites for you bookmark list – VMware WalkThroughs

My Maiden VMworld Europe 2013 – Overall Experience

Reading Time: 5 minutes This blog post is about my experience or my own recap of my maiden VMworld Europe voyage that brought me to Barcelona. Like most experience it is good to start with a small lesson learned (do and don’t) part. So here goes…. Lessons Learned – Bring several sets comfy shoes and socks. One set on … Continue reading »My Maiden VMworld Europe 2013 – Overall Experience

VMware vCenter – Remove Infrastructure Navigator Extension

Reading Time: < 1 minute Installation of trial applications sometimes goes wrong and you will have to remove the extension from vCenter. How will you do that with the web client? Go to your Managed Object Browser vCenter URL. That is https://<vcenter fqdn or ip>/mob. Logon with vCenter credentials. Click on content link in the Contentservice colum. Click on ExtensionManager. Find … Continue reading »VMware vCenter – Remove Infrastructure Navigator Extension

VMware vBenchmark – Lab Flings

Reading Time: 3 minutes Last month I did a blog post of a fling I often use in project phases (read it at https://www.pascalswereld.nl/post/58225706990/vmware-io-analyzer-fling). I want to blog about another fling you can use in a project and also in normal management of virtual infrastructures. This fling is called vBenchmark and can create reports of your virtual environment with measurements … Continue reading »VMware vBenchmark – Lab Flings

Evaluations – VSAN Beta – The what and installation

Reading Time: 4 minutes I finally received my new company notebook. I use my notebook as my demo and evaluation lab. Before I was extremely lagging in my labs due to minimal RAM (6GB) and a magnetic none performance HDD. I still can’t believe how patienced I was (cause I normally am not even near patience). But now with … Continue reading »Evaluations – VSAN Beta – The what and installation