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VMware NSX Data Centre – Application Rule Manager

With the release of VMware NSX 6.3.0 back in February 2017, we saw the introduction of the Application Rule Manager (ARM). The Application Rule Manager allows us to a) simplify the process of creating grouping objects and distributed firewall rules for the micro-segmentation of existing workloads, and b) deploy applications...

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vSphere 6.7 Update 1 and Veeam Compatibility Issues

Yesterday, Tuesday 16th October saw the much anticipated release of VMware’s vSphere 6.7 Update 1, however, shortly after the announcement a number of Veeam users decried the release due to compatibility issues with Veeam’s Backup & Replication suite. None other than Veeam’s Anton Gostev first announced the issue with the...

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VMware NSX Role Based Access via Active Directory

You may have noticed that your usual Active Directory user account (which might afford you full administrative access in vCenter) doesn’t get you very far when attempting to manage NSX for vSphere. This is by design, as NSX access is not governed or controlled by vCenter Server roles. NSX utilises...

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London VMUG – 14th June 2018

Thursday 14th June saw the latest London VMUG take place at Tech UK, London, with the User Group marking it’s third outing for 2018 in just six months! Rarely does any event see such heavy hitters as Duncan Epping, Frank Denneman, and Niels Hagoort in one place, but today, we...

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VMware NSX for vSphere 6.4.1 – One Click Upgrade

With the release of VMware NSX for vSphere 6.4.1 on May 24th 2018, interoperability/compatibility between VMware vSphere 6.7 and NSX was achieved. In addition to this, a number of nice new features were also included in the update. In this article we will upgrade a 6.4.0 (build 7564187) lab environment...

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Editing Protected VMs in vSphere

By design, there are certain virtual machines and/or appliances within vSphere which are protected to prevent editing (this can include NSX Controllers, Edges, Logical Routers, etc.) In a live/production environment, you’d not normally care about editing these appliances, however, in a lab environment (especially one where resource is tight), reducing memory...