Feedback on default behavior for VM Storage Policy

Today, the vCenter REST (vSphere Automation) APIs currently does not support the use of VM Storage Policies when relocating (vMotion, Cross Datacenter vMotion & Storage vMotion) or cloning an existing Virtual Machine. Customers have provided feedback that this is something that they would like to see get added to the current REST APIs and while […]

How do you "log a reason" using PowerCLI when rebooting or shutting down ESXi host?

I am sure many of you have seen this UI prompt asking you to specify a reason before issuing a reboot or shutdown of an ESXi host and I assume most of you spend a few seconds to type in a useful message and not just random characters, right? 😉 Have you ever tried performing […]

New VMware Configuration Maximum Tool

VMware has just released a new web-based tool that will enable customers to easily view and compare product configuration maximums across different VMware product versions. You can access the easy to remember URL by going to: https://configmax.vmware.com In this first release of this tool, customers will have the ability to look up configuration maximums for vSphere (includes VSAN) […]

Converting a vSphere Content Library from Subscriber to a Publisher?

This is a blog post on some old Content Library research which I had looked into several months back for a customer inquiry and realized I never got a chance to write about. When you create a Subscriber Content Library (CL) which synchronize content from a Published CL, the Subscriber CL is basically in read-only […]

Getting started with VMware Pivotal Container Service (PKS) Part 1: Overview

This past week and half, I have been spending quite a bit of time familiarizing myself with the recently released VMware Pivotal Container Service solution, also referred to as VMware PKS for short (yes, that is a K not a C which is a nod to Google’s container scheduler Kubernetes). VMware PKS is part of […]