VMware: VMUG Event 2015 – Agenda

February 26th, 2015 No comments


Registratie & Welkom


Opening & VMware Keynote: Joe Baguley, CTO EMEA VMware

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Limousin 2

Limousin 3

Dexter 11-14



Micro-Segmentation & Security: Geordy Korte, VMware

What does this button do? “The power of Automation” Christiaan Roeleveld & Dennis Hoegen Dijkhof, ITQ

Building a Hybrid Cloud with VMware vCloud: René Bos





Real-time applicatie delivery met AppVolumes: Ton Hermes, VMware

vRA Advanced Service Designer Deep Dive: Viktor van den Berg, PQR

SDDC for the VMware minded: Erik Zandboer, EMC



vSphere 6 Technical Core: Rob Groenhuis, VMware

vSphere 6.0 VDI en NVIDIA GRID: Ruben Spruijt, PQR

Applicatie distributie in 5 minuten: Marko Elderson, Roel van Bueren & Kevin van Gool, Netflex




Keynote: Joseph Oubelkas



Introductie in VMware Automation & Orchestration: Erik Scholten, VMware

VMware <> Microsoft: Let’s Look beyond the war on checkbox compliancy: Kenneth van Surksum & Marnix Wolf, Insight24

NSX Bootcamp: Geordy Korte, VMware




VMware vCloud Air: Bouwsteen voor de Hybrid Cloud: Martijn Baecke, VMware

Deepdive VSAN and Virtual Volumes: Jan Smit, VMware

VMware User Environment Management (acquisitie van Immidio Flex+ UEM): Pim van de Vis, Immidio



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VMware: Yeeaaahhh vExpert 2015!!

February 5th, 2015 1 comment

This year’s vExperts 2015 were announced! Check it out. I’ve been honored again 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 as a vExpert this year. Great thanks to VMware and vExpert team behind the program!

It’s Correy Romero who announced the news on the VMTN blog, here is the full list of lucky people for vExperts 2015.

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VMware: What’s new in vSphere 6.0

February 3rd, 2015 No comments

Install & Upgrade

  • Enhanced Install and Upgrade Capabilities – Windows vCenter installation experience has been enhanced with additional capabilities including custom ports, custom paths, uninstall and error messaging improvements. Furthermore, all upgrade paths from Windows vCenter 5.0 and up are now supported. vCenter Server Appliance now has a guided installer. Separate ISOs and scripted installation for both vCenter Server for Windows and vCSA reduce the overall download time and improve automation capabilities respectively.


  • Expanded Support for New Hardware, Architectures, and Guest Operating Systems – Expanded support for the latest x86 chip sets, devices and drivers. Added support for FreeBSD 10.0 and Asianux 4 SP3 guest operating systems.
  • Increased Scalability – Increased configuration maximums in vSphere 6: Cluster maximums have increased to support up to 64 nodes and 6,000 VMs. Virtual Machines will support up to 128 vCPUs and 4TB vRAM and Hosts will support up to 480 physical CPUs, 12 TB RAM, 64 TB datastores, 1000 VMs and 32 Serial Ports. Increased support for virtual graphics including Nvidia GPU.
  • Instant Clone – Technology built in vSphere 6 that lays that foundation to rapidly clone and deploy virtual machines, as much as 10x faster than what is currently possible today.

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VMware: Upgrade vSphere ESXi 5.5 u2 to ESXi 6.0

February 3rd, 2015 No comments
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VMware: Install VMware vCenter Server 6.0.0

February 3rd, 2015 No comments

VMware: Inschrijving geopend – 19 maart 2015 – VMUG Den Bosch

January 26th, 2015 No comments

Op 19 maart vindt het NLVMUG event 2015 plaats in Den Bosch. De NLVMUG volunteers willen je hier graag voor uitnodigen. Er wordt een gevarieerd programma voorbereid met keynote sessies en verschillende tracks met top sprekers.

We kunnen al een tipje van de sluier oplichten over een zeer interessante spreker die over zal komen uit de UK: VMware’s Chief Technology Officer EMEA Joe Baguley. Binnen de Cloud Community wordt Joe gezien als één van de meest invloedrijke personen in Europa (quote Computer Weekly UKtech50).

De volledige agenda zal binnenkort online beschikbaar zijn op http://www.nlvmug.com. Schrijf je nu in voor het NLVMUG event 2015, het inschrijfformulier is hier beschikbaar. Deelname aan de NLVMUG kost 49,00 euro excl BTW.

Donderdag, 19 maart 2015
Event tijden:

1931 Congrescentrum Brabanthallen
Oude Engelenseweg 1
5222 AA ’s-Hertogenbosch

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VMware: Host IPMI System Event Log Status alarm is triggered repeatedly in VMware vCenter Server

January 22nd, 2015 2 comments




To resolve this issue, stop the alarm from triggering repeatedly and clear the IPMI System Event.log file and reset the sensors.

To clear the IPMI System Event.log file and reset the sensors:

  1. Open vCenter Server using vSphere Client.
  2. In the vCenter Inventory, select the ESXi/ESX host.
  3. Click the Hardware Status tab.
  4. Click System Event log under View.
  5. Click Reset Event Log. The red alert is removed from the System Event log.
  6. Click Reset Sensors to reset the host sensors.

Introduced in ESXi 5.1 Update 2 (Build Number: 1483097) and ESXi 5.5 Patch 1 (Build Number:  1474528), there is a new localcli command line to clear the IPMI SEL logs:

localcli hardware ipmi sel clear

To run localcli command on the ESXi 5.1 or 5.5 host:

  1. Connect to the ESXi host via SSH. For more information, see Using Tech Support Mode in ESXi 4.1 and ESXi 5.x (1017910).
  2. Run this command:
  3. localcli hardware ipmi sel clear

More information: VMware

VMware: Manual set static IP-address to vCenter Appliance (VCSA)

January 19th, 2015 No comments

When deploying the VMware vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA) it will default look for a DHCP address. When there is no DHCP server available the following error is displayed:





1. Press F2 to login

2. Enter default username: root

3. Enter default password: vmware

4. Run command: /opt/vmware/share/vami/vami_config_net

5. Press 6 to setup eth0


6. After allocate a static IP Address to the VCSA the post configuration can be done by using the following URL: 


[Sponsor: Unitrends] What Is The Future of Backup?

January 15th, 2015 No comments

Hyper-Convergence Meets Data Protection and High Availabilityimage

In 2014, there were 28 million IT professionals worldwide. IDC expects this number to grow to 36 million by 2020. The trouble here is that the amount of data for which these professionals are held responsible is growing at a much higher rate. Today, each IT professional on average is responsible for 230GB; by 2020, that number will explode to 1,231GB. This massive spike is made even more challenging by the increasing richness of data sources and formats, driven by everything from new applications to the Internet of Things.

This is the reason that productivity — doing more with less — has never been more important for the engineers creating and building next generation data centers. This is one reason that hyper-converged storage has been increasingly popular. Hyper-converged infrastructure systems offer a software-defined scale-out architecture that integrates compute, networking, and storage via virtualization. At the end of the day, what these systems offer to the overburdened IT professional is a more productive way of creating and managing IT infrastructure.

The future of backup lies in hyper-convergence as well. The basic architecture of a backup appliance — a server, networking, storage, operating system, and backup software — will need to take advantage of more and faster processors and cores, memory, backplane and I/O performance. Flash-enabled architectures will increasingly become mandatory — not just to enable faster backup and recovery, but also because of the increased functionality that the backup appliance must support in terms of more capability and high availability. Techniques such as on-appliance virtualized instant recovery of virtual and physical environments, as well as off-appliance support of virtual environments, will present very different I/O loads that can only be reconciled with tiered flash and rotational storage.

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