Tag: VMware

VMware Update Manager and Scratch Partition

A couple of weeks ago I came across a similar problem as in my previous post with update manager, this was a different problem however: I took another shot at examining the logfiles of vCenter Update Manager on the vCenter Server aiming at confirming the issue with the metadata at “C:\ProgramData\VMware\VMware Update Manager\Logs”: Vmware-vum-server-log4cpp.log => […]

VMware vCenter Orchestrator classes coming to EMEA

The coming months VMware Education Services will start to offer a training covering VMware vCenter orchestrator called “VMware vCenter Orchestrator: Develop Workflows [V4.1]” in EMEA. This hands-on training course explores the use of VMware vCenter Orchestrator for the automation of IT processes, both physical and virtual. This three day classroom training will be held at […]

Designing vSphere Platforms for Maximum Tier 1 Application Performance #BCA2817

On VMworld at Tuesday I attended the session “Designing vSphere Platforms for Maximum Tier 1 Application Performance #BCA2817” by Mark Achtemichuk and Reza Taheri. I summarized the key take aways from this session below: vSphere version When having the option, use at least vSphere 4.1 because of the major performance gain over earlier versions of […]