I am going to be presenting at the VMUG UserConf in Sydney 20th March and Melbourne 22th March
presentation is available in the following link
VMware UserCon Sydney
VMware UserCon Melbourne
Dockers on VMware vSphere using VMware Integrated Containers @ VMworld 2017
the following video demo shows how easy is to configure VMware NSX identify firewall.
in the following demo demostrates how simple is to create and consume virtual networks. Creating networks using the integration between VMware NSX and Neutron OpenStack
PD: I did not edit the following video to show how quick you can deploy Virtual Machines and assign then to a new network.
The first step is to deploy VIO OVA on our management cluster. From vSphere Web Client launch the Deploy OVF Template wizard and enter the URL to the VIO OVA file. it’s a self explanation process.
OVA deployed successfully.
the next step is to deploy VIO. there are some pre-requisite before you can continue. for my deployment I am using VMware NSX so NSX is previously configured and fully operational.
Part 2: Deploy OpenStack
This post is a quick reference in how to install and configure OpenStack v3 and the integration with VMware NSX.
I strongly recommend you to read the official VIO documentation in the following link
VIO Deployment is divide into 2 part
Part 1. Deploy the VIO OVA, which deploys a management plugin on the vSphere web client, as well as the OpenStack template
Part 2. Deploy OpenStack, which deploy and install all the components to run OpenStack
this post is for all of you who wants be in the “cloud” (IAAS) era. OpenStack offers IAAS on top of vsphere.
VIO rapidly deploys production-grade OpenStack on top of industry-leading VMware technology. VIO leverages your existing VMware investment to simplify installation, upgrade, operations, monitoring, and more.
for more information:
…in case you missed the VMworld 2016. you can watch all the session online.
just need to go to: http://www.vmworld.com/en/sessions/2016.html
Recently Windows 10 had its first anniversary. I have to admit that I used to be a Microsoft OS fan. I still remember when I installed Windows 95 for first time… I called it the best OS ever… didn’t use Millennium/vista… Once my Windows 98 got obsoleted, I jumped to XP … it really showed the experience of Microsoft developing OS for Desktops.
Things changed and since XP.. Windows 7 was my preferred OS. I had to change/update my pc again, but rather to think about upgrading to Windows 10 for Free …. (I never considered installing Windows 8) now I am a happy Linux user.
My thought after running Linux as my only OS
Linux provides more stability. It is an order of magnitude more stable and reliable. I like the Linux Interface, Mint is much, much nicer to use and ergonomic. Once you get a little versed in the CLI tools, you can be a full blown legit sysadmin and do everything very quickly (and easily!) in the CLI… In addition, Linux is Easier/Faster/Better Install. Everything you need is pre-installed: Firefox, VLC, Libreoffice and Thunderbird. and finally Linux is more efficient to run multiple applications at once and nothing like multiple desktops.
my First ‘test edition’ Linux ubuntu 12.04
First OS with not Windows coexisting Linux Mint 17 .. I am currently running Mint 18 Sarah and I dont have to stick a tape on my WebCAM