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Key Storage and Availability Activities at VMworld 2017

Hyper-converged Infrastructure is HOT HOT HOT, and we&#rsquo;ve got the only vSphere-native HCI solution available. Over 8,000 customers have taken the plunge with vSAN, and VMworld is the perfect place to investigate how vSAN can help you too! From the Storage & Availability team at VMware - Welcome to VMworld! It is the perfect time

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Welcome to vSphere Central!

I am pleased to announce the release of a brand new technical resource center called vSphere Central. This site brings together a variety of technical assets from VMware that helps users understand how vSphere works, how to implement various features, plan upgrades, and more. With content in a range of formats, including text, video, and rich media tools such as walkthrough demos, the goal is to be a one-stop shop for original and curated technical content on vSphere.

A highlight of the site in this first release is thevSphere 6.5 Topology and Upgrade Planning Tool. I encourage you to read more about this tool if you are planning to upgrade to vSphere 6.5 (and if you haven’t already, it’s the perfect time now that vSphere 6.5 Update 1 has been released).

We plan to add more content to this site over time, so please make sure to bookmark vspherecentral.vmware.com, and let us know what you’d like to see.

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VMware Tackles HCI Security with Unique Software-Defined Encryption

Building a Secure Private Cloud with VMware vSAN Hyper Converged Architecture A financial firm recently shared with us that it was fending off 10,000 unauthorized hacking attempts per day. A hospital shared their need to comply with the latest privacy regulations, and a transportation firm explained how decommissioned hard disk drives needed to be physically

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VMware Announces General Availability of vSAN 6.6

vSAN 6.6 is here! Today, we are excited to announce the general availability of vSAN 6.6.vSAN 6.6 accelerates the modernization of data center infrastructure with improved security, lower cost, and faster performance. vSAN 6.6 provides native software-based vSAN Encryption, local failure protectionwith stretched clusters, cost savings with ease of management and up to 50% higher

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Recovery Testing and SRM pt 2 – Alternatives

  The previous postin this seriesdiscussed the recovery plan test process built into SRM. In this post I’ll talk about some alternative methods of testing SRM recovery plans as well as recommendations around SRM and testing. SRM has a robust method of testing the operation of a recovery plan non-disruptively. However, for some customers and

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vSAN and SRM RPO and RTO

A question came up recently from a customer that went something like this: “I am looking for an active/active configuration for disaster avoidance and disaster recovery with a recovery time objective of 0 minutes and a recovery point objective of 0 minutes. Is this something I can achieve with VMware vSAN and/or Site Recovery Manager

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Planning Highly Available, Mission Critical SQL Server Deployments with VMware vSphere

The VMware Experts Database program (MS SQL Server and Oracle editions) invites the specially selected industry Experts to contribute to the breath of VMware industry knowledge by presenting sessions at VMware events to and developing white papers. Often these papers are commissioned by VMware (sometimes jointly with other partners) and in this case partial funding for development of this paper was provided by VMware.

Allan Hirt of SQLHA is a MS Cluster MVP and a member of the VMware Experts Database program and is considered to be one of the worlds foremost experts on SQL Server High Availability. Allan provides the prospective of a 3rd party expert in this field whose core competency is Microsoft SQL Server. This paper which is listed on the VMware BCA homepage for SQL Server describes various different approaches of implementing and deploying High Availability and Disaster Recovery for SQL Server in a vSphere environment. The clear theme is that the innate vSphere HA/DR capabilities are the perfect compliment to the HA/DR features of MS SQL Server.

Alan presented the paper at VMworld US at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas in August 2016 and at the VMware Experts Event in October 2016 in Sofia Bulgaria. He will also be presenting this work in a VMlive session Jan 13, 2017.

Planning Highly Available Mission Critical SQL Server Deployments with VMware vSphere

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Planning Highly Available, Mission Critical SQL Server Deployments with VMware vSphere

The VMware Experts Database program (MS SQL Server and Oracle editions) invites the specially selected industry Experts to contribute to the breath of VMware industry knowledge by presenting sessions at VMware events to and developing white papers. Often these papers are commissioned by VMware (sometimes jointly with other partners) and in this case partial funding for development of this paper was provided by VMware.

Allan Hirt of SQLHA is a MS Cluster MVP and a member of the VMware Experts Database program and is considered to be one of the worlds foremost experts on SQL Server High Availability. Allan provides the prospective of a 3rd party expert in this field whose core competency is Microsoft SQL Server. This paper which is listed on the VMware BCA homepage for SQL Server describes various different approaches of implementing and deploying High Availability and Disaster Recovery for SQL Server in a vSphere environment. The clear theme is that the innate vSphere HA/DR capabilities are the perfect compliment to the HA/DR features of MS SQL Server.

Alan presented the paper at VMworld US at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas in August 2016 and at the VMware Experts Event in October 2016 in Sofia Bulgaria. He will also be presenting this work in a VMlive session Jan 13, 2017.

Planning Highly Available Mission Critical SQL Server Deployments with VMware vSphere

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Planning Highly Available, Mission Critical SQL Server Deployments with VMware vSphere

The VMware Experts Database program (MS SQL Server and Oracle editions) invites the specially selected industry Experts to contribute to the breath of VMware industry knowledge by presenting sessions at VMware events to and developing white papers. Often these papers are commissioned by VMware (sometimes jointly with other partners) and in this case partial funding for development of this paper was provided by VMware.

Allan Hirt of SQLHA is a MS Cluster MVP and a member of the VMware Experts Database program and is considered to be one of the worlds foremost experts on SQL Server High Availability. Allan provides the prospective of a 3rd party expert in this field whose core competency is Microsoft SQL Server. This paper which is listed on the VMware BCA homepage for SQL Server describes various different approaches of implementing and deploying High Availability and Disaster Recovery for SQL Server in a vSphere environment. The clear theme is that the innate vSphere HA/DR capabilities are the perfect compliment to the HA/DR features of MS SQL Server.

Alan presented the paper at VMworld US at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas in August 2016 and at the VMware Experts Event in October 2016 in Sofia Bulgaria. He will also be presenting this work in a VMlive session Jan 13, 2017.

Planning Highly Available Mission Critical SQL Server Deployments with VMware vSphere

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What’s New in vSphere 6.5 Paper

Ever since we announced vSphere 6.5 at VMworld Europe 2016, the reaction we’ve heard has been overwhelmingly positive. It’s easy to see why, with major new features in areas ranging from vCenter Server and the VCSA, to Security, to the new developer and automation APIs and CLIs. vSphere 6.5 also features important enhancements to core features such as Host Profile, Auto Deploy, and vSphere HA & DRS. And let’s not forget vSphere Integrated Containers, which was announced at VMworld 2015 and is now finally available one of thesupported features of vSphere 6.5.

Apart from these main features, there are quite a number of other enhancements worth knowing about. In networking, for example, new features include dedicated gateways for VMkernel network adapters, automated SR-IOV provisioning, and support for ERSPAN. In storage, new enhancements include support for Advanced Format drives, NFS 4.1, software iSCSI static routing and automated UNMAP.

To provide a more comprehensive look at vSphere 6.5, we have put together a paper entitled What’s New in vSphere 6.5. Download this paper to learn about the major features as well as the other areas (please consult this comparison table to see which features are included in which license edition of vSphere). Happy reading!

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