Tag Archive: U1

VMware vRealize Orchestrator Appliance 7.5 Released

A few days ago, 2018-04-20, VMware released a new version of vRealize Orchestrator Appliance (vRO), formerly known as vCenter Orchestrator (vCO), meaning the latest and greatest vRealize Orchestrator version is now 7.5 (7.5.0) There are some really good news in this release and the below once are the most critical from my point of view: …

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VMware vRealize Automation 7.5 Released

Yesterday, 2018-04-20, VMware released a new version of vRealize Automation (vRA), formerly known as vCloud Automation Center (vCAC) meaning we have reached vRealize Automation version 7.5.0. I wrote a short blog post about the vRealize Automation 7.5Β announcement back in August 2018 which you can read here Improvements and or new functionality in all the below …

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VMware vSphere 6.7 Released

Two days ago, 2018-04-17, VMware released a new version of vSphere meaning the latest and greatest version is now 6.7. The core of VMware vSphere is and has always been the management tool vCenter Server and the hypervisor ESXi (which was ESX initially). The best enhancement in the VMware vCenter Server 6.7 release is that …

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VMware vCenter Server 6.5 U1 & ESXi 6.5 U1 Released

Yesterday, 2017-07-27, VMware released an update to vSphere 6.5 meaning the latest release is now vSphere 6.5 Update 1. The release includes quite a few driver updates for ESXi and vCenter Server got a few new enhancements & features which I know a few of my customers have been waiting for such as: External database …

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Heads Up! 3D graphics enabled on ESXi 6.0 U1 can cause PSOD

So this issues was brought to me by my former colleague Toni Lindberg meaning i have not seen this myself. However, i thought it was kind of critical so i wanted to share it with you. So Toni’s customer runsΒ vSphere 6.0 U1 (upgraded from ESXi 6.0 GA with latest patches), Horizon View 6.1.1 and the …

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vCenter Server 5.5 won’t start

Last week one of my customers vCenter Server 5.5 crashed because the ESXi host where it was running crashed. Unfortunately the vCenter Server, running on Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2, did not start when the virtual machine (VM) was brought up on another ESXi host by vSphere HA. This was a fresh installation of vCenter …

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