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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…

vExpert 2017 Award Announcement

February 16th, 2017
vExpert 2017 Award Announcementevery year we are looking forward to the announcement of VMware. Please join with us the latest news regarding the new VMware vExpert Award 2017.

Exploring new VCSA VAMI API w/PowerCLI

February 14th, 2017
Exploring new VCSA VAMI API w/PowerCLIA very good series from William Lam about exploring the new VCSA VAMI API with PowerCLI.We made a short version of all 7 parts, you can find the complete series here.One of the most most exciting developments in vSphere 6.5 with respect to Automation is the introduction of several new REST Read more…

Storage performance: IOPS, latency and throughput

February 09th, 2017
Storage performance: IOPS, latency and throughputThis blog post is a summary  of articles I found about IOPS, latency and throughput and why it is important when troubleshooting storage performance.Our Performance Analyzer product can become the easiest and best source to track these in real time. Tracking storage performance is an important part.

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…

Tips and Tricks: Using OpBot to Monitor Virtual Machines

February 02nd, 2017
Tips and Tricks: Using OpBot to Monitor Virtual MachinesRight after we pointed out some great OpBot blog posts, Google alerted us regarding an OpBot real life experience from Brendan Ellis Allen. Brendan wrote a very nice article about our OpBot product and pointed out some very important topics. Thank you very much Brendan!“Our system ops team has Read more…

Blog Coverage summary OpBot

January 31st, 2017
Blog Coverage summary OpBotWe are so excited about the high demand for our Chat OpBot!This gives us another confirmation that this tool is extremely helpful for daily use and has a lot of potential for our customers. This is the first tool that we have in use daily and we discover new useful applications every 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…

VMware vSphere sizing

January 24th, 2017
VMware vSphere sizingMarkus Kraus wrote a Power CLI script in order to make it easier for him and his colleagues the recurring task of the data collection in order to make a VMware vSphere Sizing. This collects some information in an existing VMware vSphere environment as a basis for a new hardware sizing.If you can 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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