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Migration Paths from v5 Certification to v6

Upgrading from VCP5 to VCP6: Only one exam is required. There is no course attendance required (but it is recommended). There will be five VCP6 migration options across the four technology tracks: Data Center Virtualization (DCV), Desktop and Mobility (DTM),

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Update sequence for vSphere 5.5 and 6.0 and its compatible VMware products

When you have a lot of VMware products running like vCenter, SRM, vRops, VMware view, NSX,etc.. then at some point you need to upgrade one of them. so what is the order of upgrade ? After some searching i use

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vCloud director 8 beta

if you are a service provider then check this out vmware is working on a vCloud director version 8. currently in beta but you can join and test it Join the vCloud Director 8.0 Beta Includes vSphere 6.0 and NSX

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Creating low disk space alerts for the virtual machine guest file systems in VMware vRealize Operations Manager 6.x

if your looking for a low disk alert then here is how you set it up To configure vRealize Operations Manager 6.x to generate low disk space alerts for virtual machines, new Symptom and Alert Definitions must be created. Creating

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Virtual Flash feature in vSphere 5.5 and Allocating vSphere Flash Read Cache to a virtual machine

So you decide to buy a SSD disk to start using virtual flash “Virtual Flash Read Cache allows you to locally cache virtual machine read I/O on an ESXi host and even migrate that virtual machines cache to another Virtual Flash enabled

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Upgrade vCenter operations manager to vRealize operations manager (vCops 2 vRops)

How to upgrade your vCops to vRops When you are still running vCOPS 5.8 then at some point you will need to upgrade to vRealize operations manager 6.  Here is how you do it. first download your ova file from

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vCenter server to vCenter Virtual Appliance convertor – VCS to VCVA convertor

Since Vmware vSphere 6 is released the vCenter Virtual appliance (VCVA) has the same specifications as the Vmware vCenter installed on windows (VCS). So you can install the VC virtual appliance without to worry about limitations and also one windows server

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