Category: Blog

  • What Is Maintenance Mode in Vmware?

    What Is Maintenance Mode in Vmware?

    Reading Time: 4 minutes You put the host in maintenance mode when you need to service it, for example, to install more memory. The host enters or exits the maintenance mode only at the user’s request. Virtual machines running on a host that joins maintenance mode need to migrate to another host, manually or automatically, with DRS. Administrators exclude […]

  • The Ultimate Comparison of vCenter vs vSphere

    The Ultimate Comparison of vCenter vs vSphere

    Reading Time: 4 minutes In this post on VMware-ESXi.com, we will take a closer look at the vCenter vs vSphere ultimate comparison. VMware is a software company that creates multiple software products, especially for providing various virtualization solutions. There are many cloud products, data center products, desktop products, etc. vSphere is a software package under the data center product. […]

  • What does VMDK?

    What does VMDK?

    Reading Time: 4 minutes VMDK – VMware Virtual Machine Disk File is a virtual disk file that is practically used to store the contents of virtual hard disks. It is an open file format that includes all the information regarding the virtual machine. VMDK is generally used for virtualization and cloud computing. A virtual disk having a VMDK file […]

  • VMware Containerization: What does it mean?

    VMware Containerization: What does it mean?

    Reading Time: 4 minutes VMware Containerization is a process that allows administrators to deploy and manage containers in virtual machines (VMs) using VMware vSphere virtual machine management software. VMware VSphere integrated containers can also be used to describe individual isolated container samples hosted on the platform. VMware preferably introduced the concept behind vSphere integrated containers as a technology review […]

  • What is ESXi arm?

    What is ESXi arm?

    Reading Time: 4 minutes Shortly after VMworld 2020, the VMware ESXi ARM was released. It became an instant topic worldwide, and the ARM ESXi community was launched. ESXi ARM allows VMware ESXi hypervisor to be launched on ARM platforms such as: Avantek workstation and server (Ampere eMAG); Lenovo ThinkSystem HR330A and HR350A (Ampere eMAG); SolidRun Honeycomb LX2; Raspberry Pi […]

  • How to Fix VMware Host Not Responding Issue

    How to Fix VMware Host Not Responding Issue

    Reading Time: 4 minutes When you see the VMware host’s message is not responding, some of us will start panicking because you might think that there is no problem-solving solution for this particular issue. The leading causes of the VMware host not responding issue There are many reasons why ESXi disappears in the vCenter server view. It is not […]

  • Creating Virtual Machine in VMware ESXi – Step by Step

    Creating Virtual Machine in VMware ESXi – Step by Step

    Reading Time: 4 minutes Creating a new virtual machine ESXi is a standard action with virtualization. One of the most typical and crucial tasks after installing vSphere Hypervisor ESXi is to assemble the virtual machines mandated for your virtual environment. To complete this task, you need to use the New Virtual Machine wizard, either from the host client of […]

  • VMware Cloud on Aws: Introduction

    VMware Cloud on Aws: Introduction

    Reading Time: 4 minutes VMware is partnering with Amazon Web Services (AWS VMware) to offer customers access to AWS VMware Cloud. It allows you to choose the taste of the infrastructure you want to provide in the AWS region with the same three building blocks as the hyper convergent offering on the VMware premises; VSphere, VSAN, and NSX. AWS […]

  • How Does Ha VMware Work?

    How Does Ha VMware Work?

    Reading Time: 4 minutes VMware HA (High Availability) is a tool included in VMware vSphere software that can restart failed virtual machines (VMs) on alternate host servers to reduce application downtime. VSphere HA allows the server administrator to merge physical servers on the same network into a logical group called a high-availability cluster. VMware first implemented vSphere HA in […]

  • Everything You Need To Know About Tanzu

    Everything You Need To Know About Tanzu

    Reading Time: 4 minutes Tanzu is a product portfolio that enables companies to modernize their cloud-native applications and the infrastructure on which they operate. Just as VMware would like vRealize to be synonymous with cloud management and automation, they would like Tanzu to be synonymous with modern enterprise applications. VMware has released several announcements that mark a new strategy […]