It took me a little while to figure this one out, since I am new to this rest API thing and I find the old API documentation easier. On VMware’s homepage I was not able to find the API for vSphere 6.7, only 6.5. https://code.vmware.com/apis/60/vcenter-server-appliance-management However you can access the API explorer directly on theContinue reading “PowerCLI – Configure VCSA update policy”
My Redbook got published! No, not that redbook! My IBM SAN Solution Design Best Practices for VMware vSphere ESXi Redbook got published. You can download it for free, the same as all IBM Redbooks. You can also buy it for instance from amazon. I don’t know why you would but you could. I did notContinue reading “IBM SAN Solution Design Best Practices for VMware vSphere ESXi”
My Australian buddy Josh Odgers – VCDX 90# explains Nuntanix. He likes to rub in my face that he has a lower VCDX number than me but remember we defended the same week in Toronto. Josh does a really great job explaining Nutanix, even I can understand. Great job! Take the time and watch thisContinue reading “Nutanix explained by Josh Odgers”
As I mentioned before this year I am not attending VMworld 2013. I am however still following what is going on. I was very excited to see that VMware has published a few sessions on youtube. I assume they will continue to do so as VMworld continues. For me it would have been great ifContinue reading “VMworld 2013 Session Videos”
Well this year I did not have the chance to go to VMworld SF, or lets say can’t afford to go every year. So the things I found are from the Web and not from VMworld and don’t have to be true. I will list a few things I found very shortly and I willContinue reading “What will bring vCO 5.5?”
Here is some code how to configure the vMotion address with a distributed virtual switch. Input parameter are my host and dvSwitch. I go through all portgroups and compare if it is called vmotion. If so I set IP and subnet. Hard coded so it is easier to understand, you probably want this also asContinue reading “vCO – Configure vMotion with Virtual Distributed Virtual Switch”
In this example I configure some advanced setting on an ESXi host. Syslog server is just one of the. First I create a for loop to create my hostSetting array objects. Then late I fill them. Always the key and a value. You can check the ESXi host advanced setting in GUI for parameters. YouContinue reading “vCO – Configure ESXi Syslog Server and more”
In this example I set the NTP Server and then check if the NTP Service is running. If not I start it. //myhost is input parameter of type VcHostSystem //ntpServer is input parameter of type String (string array) var hostDateTimeConfig = new VcHostDateTimeConfig(); hostDateTimeConfig.ntpConfig = new VcHostNtpConfig(); hostDateTimeConfig.ntpConfig.server = ntpServer; //Set the ntp servers myhost.configManager.dateTimeSystem.updateDateTimeConfig(hostDateTimeConfig);Continue reading “vCO – Configure NTP on ESX”
This is another simple one. In my eyes useful if you want to use vCO to configure your ESX. I go through all port groups on the host and compare if one is name “VM Network” if this is so then I remove it.
Well it took me a while to figure this one out but once you know, it is really simple. Isn’t it?