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Traditional storage, considering the foundation of virtual systems, has been extremely successful but has shifted towards a very commoditized solution and isn’t innovative anymore. We have seen an increased demand amongst customers for hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) that allows them to start small and scale as...

Recently, it came to our attention that a defect was identified in the VMware vSphere HTML5 User Interface on VMware 6.5 and above. Simply put, if a VM folder is selected and you choose Remove from Inventory, VMware processes this as a recursive delete operation...

It's been very busy over here for the InterWorks Events team lately! Our third and fourth quarters of 2018 have seen some of our largest and most anticipated annual events, and we're even more excited as we look ahead to what 2019 will bring. Here's...

Day 4 of VMworld was another day filled with announcements and information. Today, we are highlighting a few of the key messages related to vSAN. vSAN 6.7U1There have been multiple announcements around the next release of vSAN (6.7U1). The first is VMware Update Manager (VUM)...

Day 3 of VMworld was content-rich with a variety of sessions that provided further detail on the announcements made throughout the week. Today, we’ll highlight a few of the key messages related to Workspace ONE, VMware’s digital workspace platform: Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub is currently...

VMWorld 2018 continues to provide insight into strategic partnerships and upcoming product feature releases. Our Day 2 recap focuses on some key NSX highlights: VMware NSX-T Data Center 2.3 is projected to release by October 31 of this year. It simplifies installation, configuration and management...

Day 1 has had its share of exciting announcements. Without a doubt, “cloud” was the key focus, and VMware’s partnership with AWS is taking things to the next level. Here are a few key highlights: Today’s opening session included the announcement of Amazon Relational Database (RDS)...

Here we go! VMworld 2018 starts today in Las Vegas! VMware continues to be a leader in technology, innovation and InterWorks is excited to again be part of their annual conference. A few key areas of interest (and rumors we hope to confirm) include: Workspace One...

Can anyone else believe that it's already February? Though the time flew by, the InterWorks blog has plenty to show for it. We reflected on the previous year, analyzed the release of Tableau 10.5, dished out useful Tableau tips and even touched on a few IT topics. To...

The general support timeframe for VMware vSphere 5.5, including both ESXi and vCenter, ends later this year – specifically, September 19. That might not seem close, but a few months can burn by quickly in the IT world. While there are some options for extended...

After performing a reboot on an ESXi 6.0 server, and in some cases upgrading to version 6.0, I noticed the following error for a few of my ESXi hosts: "Deprecated VMFS volume(s) found on the host. Please consider upgrading volume(s) to the latest version" I proceeded to...

Back in early September, some of the InterWorks IT team and I were fortunate enough to attend VMworld 2015 in San Francisco, CA. For those of you who don’t know, VMworld is VMware’s annual conference on virtualization. This year, 35,000 people attended the six-day event which absorbed...

This is the second post in yet another blog series covering DataGravity's Discovery Series. We're calling this group our "Discovery Series Solution Shorts," and these posts give you a broad overview of key features found in the Discovery Series. This post focuses on how DataGravity...

Setup I recently ran into this problem when deploying templates of Windows Server 2012 inside of VMware. The template machine had been pre-configured by another engineer that made use of Windows Search during setup under the local Administrator account. When sysprepping the image, we utilized a profile...

As the IT industry continues to be ever-changing, and server virtualization attains an even stronger foothold in your typical environment, desktop virtualization is not far behind. Once reserved for larger scaled environments, it’s now not uncommon to find a small business with only five users...

For virtual machines to be able to check in to the Symantec Security Virtual Appliance, they must have Endpoint Security (EPSEC) 2.0 drivers. If Symantec Endpoint Protection is deployed on to a virtual machine with the correct policy, but without the EPSEC drivers, the Security...

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