At VMworld US in San Francisco in August, Pat Gelsinger and Joe Beda were on stage to announce VMware Tanzu as a portfolio of products and services for customers that want to build, run and manage their applications on Kubernetes. Now here we are at VMworld Europe in Barcelona having made rapid progress toward our The post VMware Tanzu Progress and Design Principles appeared first on Cloud Native Apps Blog.
Last week VMware published the promised new version of vROps 8.0, so as soon as the GA appeared on the website I started downloading, noblesse oblige as we say 😊. I ran the upgrade in my lab without any backups or anything. It is only a test lab after all. But I did read the release notes! I was surprised when the install stopped and said some of the requirements were not met.
I consulted KB 74952 to install the Upgrade Assesment Tool, which is a breeze in itself. Just upload the pak-file – which resides in your vROps 8.0 dir anyway – as a software update. Afterwards you can download the light support pack it created and see what was wrong. In my case I got:
Expired password ? I login each day with the password I created at install, thank you very much. I was never locked out. On a hunch I changed my password and look! The install now ran smoothly! Afterwards I saw John Dias tweet about KB 75195. So if you encounter that same problem, have a look. My install ran rather quickly, but it is a small test install with only some management packs.
I see some people complain that their install hangs or that they run into self-signed certificate issues as documented in KB 2147205. I have not seen those.
Now the Troubleshooting Workbench looks great! I launched a bad behaving VM so that I can write about the next…
Let me know if you upgraded to v8.0 and what your experience is. Of course if you run into issues you might check the VMware communities or your favourite support channel…
What’s New in vRealize Operations 8.0?
Today marks general availability of vRealize Operations 8.0. I’m excited to tell you about the amazing features available in this release. Grab a coffee or tea and sit back because this is another huge release with lots of exciting new features. Improved Initial Onboarding To start things off, we’ve improved initial onboarding. For new deployments, The post What’s New in vRealize Operations 8.0? appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.
Capacity and costing with vRealize Operations 8.0
vRealize Operations 8.0 includes many new features for simplified capacity planning and costing. We’ll show you how you can use vRealize Operations to plan for future projects and optimize costs.
Introducing the Troubleshooting Workbench in vRealize Operations 8.0
The new troubleshooting workbench in vRealize Operations 8.0 is a powerful new features that leverages the power of AI and Machine Learning to help identify problems faster and drastically improve the time to resolution. In this demonstration, we’ll walk you through this powerful new feature and show you how you can take full advantage of the power of vRealize Operations 8.0!
What’s new in vRealize Log Insight 8.0
vRealize Log Insight 8.0 is generally available today and includes a number of customer-requested features and enhancements. Log Insight is VMware’s on-premises log analytics tool which makes troubleshooting and basic security monitoring a breeze. If you’re not using Log Insight today, then head over to the product page and take advantage of the 60-day evaluation The post What’s new in vRealize Log Insight 8.0 appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.
VMworld 2019 Europe: Operations Management Sessions
VMworld 2019 Europe will start the first week of November, and attendees tell us it’s the best place to network, get trained, and have fun! If you’re attending, we’re excited to welcome you to the conference. To make it easier, here’s a guide so you don’t miss the operations management opportunities throughout the event, including: The post VMworld 2019 Europe: Operations Management Sessions appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.
Because I am working on my websites and my marketing these days (see previous blog) and since I want to do some freelance writing, I was looking for my old blog at Sun. This was effectively the precursor to this independent self-hosted blog in the we-can-do-anythin-Sun-days. Amazingly it survived with me the transition to Oracle… But having left in 2012 they took it down. I guess my musings were not that interesting… I had fun with that blog though. It even once earned me an interesting exchange with our legal council. I cannot remember his name but he dressed up on “dress as a pirate day” – remember this was Sun – and is great guy. The entry was around acquisition rumours….. And if you want to find that blog you can! read on!
I wrote before about one of the greatest things on the information super highway, namely the Internet Archive. Their Wayback Machine has been indexing and storing snapshots of websites for many, many years. Look and behold they ran a few snapshots of my Oracle/Sun blog! You can see it here with all the entries…. We need to support archive.org!