My VCP-DTM 2018 Experiences

  Hello All! I wanted to share my thoughts on my latest round of studying and the VCP-DTM 2018 exam. For those of you who haven’t been paying attention to the cert changes lately, just the name of the cert alone should be enough to tell you new things are Read more…

vNoob VCAP-DCD Experience

A bit delayed but here it is. I sat the DCD a while at VMworld San Fran. Having never taken an exam at VMworld, this was an entirely new experience for me. Well, the PearsonVue exam experience, was pretty much like any other, I just didn’t realize how much it would Read more…

Installing vSphere 6

Let’s get started installing vCenter. It is never a bad idea to know what screens and information you will need before you get get there! Already this looks SIGNIFICANTLY more streamlined than the vSphere 5.5 installations with SSO, Inventory Service, etc etc etc Next next next! I went with Embedded Read more…

Post VMworld Resources

Although VMworld 2014 US is now over, we can still continue to learn from it. Even if you accomplished everything you set out to do at VMworld, there is never a way to do everything there. Or Maybe you didn’t even have a chance to go to VMworld, and feel Read more…

VMware vCenter MDMP Files

My vCenter Server was acting up and throwing a bunch of random errors. When I started investigating it appeared that the C drive was out of space. Completely Out. Yeah, I guess I haven’t been a very good administrator…. So after a few minutes of some quick cleaning and getting Read more…

VMHost Heartbleed Fix for ESXi 5.5

If you don’t know about Heartbleed yet…Well I don’t know what to say… I guess check this out. http://heartbleed.com/ Unfortunately, ESXi is susceptible to this The full kb is here from VMware  http://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/microsites/search.do?language=en_US&cmd=displayKC&externalId=2076665 Fortunately it can be patched with everyone’s favorite patch tool VMware Update Manager Now that I have Read more…