vSphere 6.7 – What’s in it for Service Providers Part 1

A few weeks ago after much anticipation VMware released vSphere 6.7. Like 6.5 before it, this is a lot more than a point release and represents a major upgrade from vSphere 6.5. There is so much packed into this new release that there is an official page with separate blog posts talking about the features […] Read More

Released: vSAN 6.7 – HTML5 Goodness, Enhanced Health Checks and More!

VMware has announced the general availability of vSAN 6.7. As vSAN continues to grow, VMware are very buoyant about how it’s performing in the market. With some 10,000 customers at a run rate of over 600 million they claim to lead the HyperConverged market with a 32% market share. From my point of view it’s […] Read More

Cloud Connect Subtenants, Veeam Availability Console and Agents!

Cloud Connect Subtenants have gone under the radar for the most but can play an important role in how Service Provider customers consume Cloud Connect services. In a previous post, I described how subtenants work in the context of Cloud Connect Backup. Subtenants¬†can be configured by either the VCSP¬†or by the tenant consuming a Cloud […] Read More

Upgrading Windows Agents with Veeam Availability Console

One of the Veeam Availability Console’s key features is it’s ability to deploy and manage Veeam Agent for Windows. This is done through the VAC Web Console and is achieved through the connectivity of the providers Cloud Connect Gateway to the tenant’s Veeam Backup & Replication instance. Weather this is managed by a service provider […] Read More

Released: NSX-v 6.3.6

Last week VMware released NSX-v 6.3.6 (Build 8085122) that doesn’t contain any new features but addresses a number of bug fixes from previous releases. This has been done independently of any updated release of NSX-v 6.4.0 that went GA in January. This is good to see though interesting to also see that people are still […] Read More

VeeamOn 2018: Recognizing Innovation and what it means to be Innovative

True innovation is solving a real problem…and though for the most, it’s startups and tech giants that are seen to be the innovators, their customers and partners also have the ability to innovate. Innovation drives competitive advantages and allows companies to differentiate themselves compared to others. In my previous roles I was lucky to be […] Read More

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