Since I released PyVMC (a Python-based client to manage VMware Cloud on AWS co-created with Matt Dreyer) on my blog and as a VMware Fling,
Follow up on my previous two posts (Smart Sizing part 1 and Smart Sizing part 2), I wanted to follow up with a couple real-life
I recently had a difficult conversation with a customer… They adopted VMware Cloud on AWS early in 2019, with a 3-host cluster. Their intent was
I was just curious about this myself – of course we can use vCenter to get a quick list of virtual machines, but as I
Did you know that you can use vRealize Operations for some quick-and-dirty sizing for VMware Cloud on AWS? If you have vRealize Operations deployed on
Overview Recently a customer posed a question about what they were seeing in vSAN when they moved a virtual machine over to a vSAN datastore.