Month: November 2014

My second article published at IntenseSchool.com – Creating and Administering vCenter Server alarms.

excitedI am really excited that my second blog has been now published at Intenseschool.com . Back in May my first article got published on “ESXi and Virtual machine patch management” and you can find my blog post here with the link to my article.

Hope you find my article’s useful, informative and feel free to comment.

New blog post link.

Cisco UCS Networking videos

I recently missed out on a Cisco UCS training and was looking for some deep dive content in UCS. Thanks to Brad Hedlund for the series of Cisco UCS videos in his blog.

I am thrilled to share this 12 part video series covering Cisco UCS Networking! obviously the entire credit for this work goes to Brad Hedlund.

 

Part 1 – The Physical Architecture of UCS

 

Part 2 – Infrastructure Virtualization & Logical Architecture

 

Part 3 – Switching Modes of the Fabric Interconnect

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Free e-learning course – VMware vRealize Hyperic Fundamentals [V5.8]

VMware® vRealize™ Hyperic® (formally known as VMware® vCenter™ Hyperic®) is a component of the VMware® vRealize™ Operations Management Suite™ (formally known as VMware® vCenter™ Operations Management Suite™). It monitors operating systems, applications, and services running in physical, virtual, and cloud environments. VMware vRealize Hyperic offers the unique ability to automatically discover, inventory, and monitor servers, regardless of type or location, and enables application operations teams to ensure that business-critical applications run without fail.

This eLearning course presents an overview and high-level architecture of VMware vRealize Hyperic , describes the installation process, and demonstrates how VMware vRealize Hyperic can be used to effectively monitor and manage resources.

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VMware Management with PowerCLI 5.8 Release 1 Poster

Powercli

VMware vSphere PowerCLI contains snapins of cmdlets based on Microsoft PowerShell for automating vSphere and vCloud administration. It provides C# and PowerShell interfaces to VMware vSphere and vCloud APIs. You can download the VMware Management with PowerCLI 5.8 Release 1 Poster here

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