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What addition would you like to see in OpBot – ChatOps for the Data Center?

March 20th, 2017
What addition would you like to see in OpBot – ChatOps for the Data Center?We´re working hard to make sure, OpBot – your ChatOps Bot for the Data Center,  simplifies your daily routine. Keeping IT systems alive and at their best performance is always challenging and we are here to make your life easier.Therefore, we Read more…

Ask OpBot – Part 3: Restart VMware virtual machine using Chat?

March 14th, 2017
Ask OpBot – Part 3: Restart VMware virtual machine using Chat? Do you remember the following situation? You are in a meeting and one of your important system fails. The good thing is, that the alerting works well and you receive the notification within 2 minutes after the detected downtime.The issue is, you don´t have access Read more…

Ask OpBot – Part 2: Check the VM console screens remotely?

March 09th, 2017
Ask OpBot – Part 2: Check the VM console screens remotely?When trouble shooting virtual machines or most systems in general, you want to check what is visible on the console. Getting this information remotely is not just great, it can be essential to save time and recover a system as quick as possible.That is the Read more…

Ask OpBot – Part 1: What is the IP of my VM?

March 07th, 2017
Ask OpBot – Part 1: What is the IP of my VM?Based on exciting feedback our OpBot product received, we decided to start a blog series that covers existing OpBot commands & hints and will get into more advanced PowerShell scripts and commands over that course.All Blog posts will find their way into our online Read more…

Check VMware Performance on a big screen

March 02nd, 2017
Check VMware Performance on a big screenIt’s always amazing, when you as a vendor got feedback from your happy customers. But sometimes that feedback makes not just your management or sales team happy but excites the whole company. That happened to us, when George from Hernando County send us a picture of his working place Read more…

OpBot Simple.Secure.Everywhere – version 3 goes enterprise

February 28th, 2017
OpBot Simple.Secure.Everywhere –  version 3 goes enterpriseI´m really excited that OpBot is released in version v3, enterprise ready and highly reliable and stable after months of testing. First of all I want to thank all people that gave OpBot a try already in an early stage! There was such an extremely helpful and amazingly positive Read more…

OpBot speaks Rubrik – Using OpBot´s PowerShell implementation for Backup job control

February 21st, 2017
OpBot speaks Rubrik – Using OpBot´s PowerShell implementation for Backup job controlAs hundreds of active OpBot user already know, how simple and secure your VMware vSphere environment can be accessed from any device even your mobile.Some of our customers approached us to simplify one of their most important that was missing till now: Backup job Read more…

Connecting VMware vCSA with Active Directory

February 07th, 2017
Most of the enterprises running VMware vCenter connect that to Microsoft Active Directly to give more granular permissions to already existing AD user accounts.The process of connecting VMware vCSA with Active Directory is quite straight forward, yet can be cumbersome.Unfortunately a very annoying thing can be the misleading error message, like “Error while extracting local Read more…

Use OpBot for quick VMware vSphere health checks

January 26th, 2017
Use OpBot for quick VMware vSphere health checksOne of the cool things about our OpBot product, your always-ready-to-help virtual assistant for VMware vSphere, is that you can use it to get an overview of your vSphere systems status at any point in time, using any device you like.Check for virtual machines that are disconnected, inaccessible, Read more…

Find orphaned vm files in your VMware vSphere environment using your mobile

January 18th, 2017
Find orphaned vm files in your VMware vSphere environment using your mobileLuc Dekens, published an extremly helpful PowerCLI script you can use to find orphaned VM files in your vSphere environment.Orphaned systems can become a huge disk resource waste, especially when sitting in datastores that reside on expensive storage systems.

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