PowerShell script to collect VM Snapshot details

Snapshots are the most widely used features in vSphere environment. Ever since this feature was introduced  by VMware it has been popular among customers. But many a times VM level snapshots are mislead with virtual machine backup which creates lot of performance issues and administrators have to spend numerous hours to fix it. Refer to VMware KB 1015180 for... Continue Reading →

Upgrading to vROps 6.5

vROps 6.5 has been in talks since the day it was released. In my last blog I shared information on what's new in vROps 6.5 so in this blog I'll be showing how to upgrade your existing vROps environment to 6.5 In order to upgrade to vROps 6.5 customer has to be atleast on version 6.2.x... Continue Reading →

Docker on vSphere

There are lot of talks about Docker/Container these days. If we take a look at companies like Facebook, Twitter, Uber, Lyft, AirBNB etc they are really changing face of business as well as IT operations. Let me put it this way - every time there is a Facebook update from user side all I need to do is... Continue Reading →

What is vRLI (vRealize LogInsight 4.x)

With the growing infrastructure and huge amount of  components (both physical as well as virtual) accountability and availability of these components are also increasing. Every time if there is any incident and customer logs a case with vendor support team the first thing they ask for is Logs. With the increase in number of various software components... Continue Reading →

vROps 6.5 What’s new..!

vROps has always been a trusted product for monitoring & forensics and customers have relied on its ability to analyze their infrastructure to get a holistic view of the environment. With the GA release of vROps 6.5 the abilities of this product have gone even far and some out of the box features make this release more... Continue Reading →

VMWare+AWS -“Breaking Myths”

VMWare+AWS partnership has been a hot topics since the day both giants announced their partnership. Many customers are showing their interest to adopt this strategy so that they can take advantages from both the worlds. Last week I got chance to attend session focused on this topic and many caveats got clear as how this integration... Continue Reading →

Importing & Exporting vROps Dashboard

In my last post I discussed about creating custom dashboard in vROps. But many a times there comes a situation where customer wants to import dashboards or views into their vROps environment or export an existing dashboard  (.json) to be used to another vROps system. This is very much possible and in vROps and the... Continue Reading →

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