I was impressed that the GCP UI also presents the equivalent REST and gcloud command line code for each request. This is great if you are planning on using the Google API/CLI for automation and orchestration.
My employer uses Office 365 (I registered my O365 account for Azure), and it was cool to see the corporate ADFS objects within Azure (as a standard user). I was also surprised to learn that Azure has 30 active sites around the world and how rich their PaaS offering is.
This is part 6 of the vSphere 6.5 Basics, detailing the setup of vCenter HA using the Basic method. If you have used vCenter Server Heartbeat (based upon Neverfail), then you will certainly appreciate the simplicity of this feature. Continue reading
This is part 2 of the vSphere 6.5 Basics, detailing the installation and initial configuration of the vCenter Server Appliance 6.5 using the UI from Windows Server. Continue reading
Eric Wright and myself worked together on producing the first in this series, the Turbonomic Automation Platform with VMware vSphere Reference Architecture. Click on the link to download. Any feedback or questions you may have are welcomed.
This is part 1 of the vSphere 6.5 Basics, detailing the installation and initial configuration of ESXi 6.5. Continue reading