Month: May 2015

vmware-kb-windows-7-virtual-machines-running-on-esxi-6-0-hosts-restart-unexpectedly

Microsoft Windows 7 virtual machines running on ESXi 6.0 hosts restart unexpectedly There has been a new bug reported by VMware that is currently unsolved and causes MS Windows 7 VMs to restart without any warning on an ESXi 6.0 host. If you can find entries like the following within the vmkwarning.log files then you’re affected. …

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how-we-use-new-relics-docker-integration-at-opvizor

How we use New Relic and Docker at Opvizor New Relic, Inc, the software analytics company, announced recently an addition of features for Docker container monitoring, currently in open public beta.  Docker is now widely used, or at least evaluated, in enterprise environments for its strong modularization and application distribution capabilities. Docker containers can be …

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vmware-backup-using-changed-block-tracking-failed-after-upgrading-to-vmware-esxi-6-0

VMware Backup using Changed Block Tracking failed after upgrading to VMware ESXi 6.0 VMware published a fix for the CBT issue causing VMware backups to fail when using VMware ESXi 6.0 as the hypervisor. So far the workaround was to disable Changed Block Tracking that caused long backup windows. All customers that were using CBT to backup …

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vmware-cve-2015-3456-aka-venom-vulnerability

Lots of users were scared when reading about the latest vulnerability – VENOM, that attacks virtual machines through the virtual floppy drive. Photo courtesy of Crowdstrike http://venom.crowdstrike.com/ VENOM, CVE-2015-3456is a security vulnerability in the virtual floppy drive code used by many computer virtualization platforms. This vulnerability may allow an attacker to escape from the confines …

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vmware-kb-vm-snapshot-size-gb-alarm-incorrectly-triggers-on-virtual-machines

As you know as a reader of our blog posts, we cover also Knowledge Base articles that describe what we continously see in customers’ environments. After releasing many blog articles and product features as well as products covering VMware VM snapshots we received a lot of feedback regarding Snapshot related issues from the community. One …

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you-cant-tune-a-ferrari-with-toyota-camry-specs-or-how-to-achieve-best-vm-performance

Virtualization is an indispensable part of a modern data center.  Frequently, the degree of virtualization is 90 percent or more.  What formerly operated on a number of servers today runs on a few hosts.  With the high rate of virtualization and the resulting increase in complexity, problems are more difficult to locate.  It is therefore …

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check-out-our-new-monthly-payment-options

We received so many requests about monthly payment options especially from customers running smaller VMware vSphere environments, that we decided to react. It’s Spring time, so we had some ideas. Photo courtesy of SpaceShoe [Learning to live with the crisis](CC Attribution) Therefore you might already have noticed the current promotions that are running. We just …

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