Multiple vCSAs with external SSO linked on single Web Client (v5.5)

Building on my previous post about Adding Multiple vCenters onto a Single Web Client which was primarily designed for v5.1 of vSphere, I felt that we could take this a step further with a real world solution designed on v5.5. The Scenario So, the scenario is this… the customer has two data centers, which are at different ends of the […]

vSphere 5.5 Improvements – Links

So, if you are like me and have been looking over the web since the announcement of the new features in vSphere 5.5, you’ll notice that there are lots of different bloggers telling you what the new features are. Instead of me going around and offering the same information, but in my own way (how many ways can people describe […]

Adding Multiple vCenters onto a single Web Client (v5.1 & v5.5)

  I was listening to the new features being released as part of vSphere 5.5 and also vCenter 5.5, and the idea that all of the components of vCenter should once again be installed on a single server and that the vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA) has been reworked to support more hosts and virtual machines.  This indicates to me that the […]

vSphere 5.5 & vCloud Suite 5.5

So just listening to the announcements at the first key note of VMWorld 2013 in San Francisco. The first big announcement is the release of vSphere 5.5 and also vCloud Suite 5.5. New items include the fact that VMDK disk sizes can now be up to 64TB in size (well actually just less than 64TB) which brings it in line […]

Veeam v7 Released – License Edition Comparison

So Veeam Backup and Replication v7 has now been released… unfortunately (as usually happens) the release occurred whilst I was on holiday and since getting back to work I haven’t had a chance to test the new product out. What I thought would be useful though, was to link to the Veeam web page that shows the comparison between the […]

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