• HP OneView Videos: Getting started, Automation, Easy Navigation and Analytics

    Getting started with HP OneView HP OneView delivers unprecedented ease of use so you can deploy faster, at a lower cost and at virtually any scale HP OneView 3PAR and VMWare automation and seamless integration HP OneView is the foundation for managing HP CI across servers, storage, and networking. The new HP vCenter plugin integrates… Read More »

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  • HP vPV YouTube videos

    Virtualization Performance Viewer (vPV) Overview | HP http://youtu.be/YDb5_bNwhms HP vPV – Quickly identify performance bottlenecks in virtualized environment http://youtu.be/fnBK7VMLjd8 HP vPV – One tool; Many environments – Vendor neutral design http://youtu.be/fu7_Wlq3BdM HP vPV – Perform rapid triage analysis and troubleshoot problems in virtualized environment using the workbench http://youtu.be/hSAtSHGUfgY HP vPV – Advanced performance troubleshooting using… Read More »

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  • Using VMware vSphere Client to connect to VMware Server

    In Jan 2009 I created an article on How to use the Virtual Infrastructure Client to connect to VMware Server 2.0 Today, I hade another challenge where I want to use the latest client tool which is VMware vSphere Client to connect to an VMware Server it will give you the error below   “The… Read More »

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  • Merge 2GB VMDK files to one single VMDK file

    sometimes when we create Virtual machine inside vmware application we might select create the split virtual disk to multiple files in 2 GB files, this is to enhance the copying process and mainly for storing the VM in File systems that does not support creating larger files. If we need to convert it back to… Read More »

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  • Merge 2GB VMDK files to one single VMDK file

    sometimes when we create Virtual machine inside vmware application we might select create the split virtual disk to multiple files in 2 GB files, this is to enhance the copying process and mainly for storing the VM in File systems that does not support creating larger files. If we need to convert it back to… Read More »

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