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8 03, 2020

How to update vSAN bypassing health check failed

By | 2020-03-08T18:48:42+01:00 March 8th, 2020|Storage, Virtualization, vSAN|0 Comments

When we have a vSAN Cluster with non-compatible hardware health check block the use of VUM (VMware Update Manager) to update our vSAN Cluster. The same happens if we use a Nested vSAN (since Health Check will inform that iSCSI controller is not VMware supported). So in this blog post, we will learn how to [...]

12 02, 2020

How to remove a dead vCenter Linked Mode

By | 2020-02-16T03:48:14+01:00 February 12th, 2020|Virtualization|0 Comments

If you have a vCenter that was dead, removed, or only not in use anymore but was in linked mode, you will receive warnings every time you open the master vCenter, so in this blog post, we will explain how to remove a dead vCenter Linked Mode. Has we can see in the next image, [...]

8 02, 2020

vMotion failed because duplicated IP

By | 2020-02-08T13:14:01+01:00 February 8th, 2020|Virtualization|0 Comments

After some blog posts about the latest versions of Backup Tools is time for some technical blogging with this vMotion failed because of duplicated IP. This week had a strange issue with one of our vCenters while trying to migrate some VMs from one of the vCenter Clusters. The migrations always failed when trying to [...]

20 12, 2019

Iperius Backup a Full review

By | 2019-12-20T02:15:40+01:00 December 20th, 2019|Backups, Hyper-V, Partners, Virtualization|0 Comments

Iperius Backup is a Backup and Replication tool for VMware ESXi, vCenter, ESXi Free and Hyper-V. In this blog post, I will write an Iperius Backup a Full review about this product. It can also back up physical servers and desktops (drive image backup, P2V, disk cloning). Since Iperius Backup is an image-based backup solution, [...]

25 06, 2019

How to add and config vCenter and ESXi hosts in SCVMM 2019

By | 2019-06-25T16:54:39+02:00 June 25th, 2019|Backups, Hyper-V, Olher, Virtualization|2 Comments

Following the previous SCVMM 2019 Series article, Install and config System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2019, is this new article “How to add and config vCenter and ESXi hosts in SCVMM 2019”. Adding your VMware environment to the System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2019 is not very difficult, is very straightforward to do it. Unfortunately, [...]

23 06, 2019

How to Install System Center 2019 in Windows Server 2019

By | 2019-06-25T16:57:03+02:00 June 23rd, 2019|Backups, Hyper-V, Olher, Virtualization|0 Comments

In this article, we will explain How to Install System Center 2019 in Windows Server 2019. Some months ago (specifically in March 2019) Microsoft launched the new System Center 2019 GA. In this new version, there is a lot of new improvements and features. The new System Center 2019 works together with the Windows Server [...]

18 12, 2018

Vembu has released is BDR Suite v4.0 and is now Generally Available(GA)

By | 2018-12-18T19:19:53+01:00 December 18th, 2018|Backups, Partners, Virtualization|0 Comments

Just a few months after the release of their version v.3.9.1, Vembu launched this month version 4.0. Vembu has released Vembu BDR Suite v4.0 and is now Generally Available(GA), this new version of their main product Vembu BDR Suite 4.0 has been officially launched and is ready for download. This new Vembu BDR v4.0 version, [...]

26 11, 2018

Delete Veeam ghost backup snapshots with PowerCLI

By | 2018-11-26T18:23:24+01:00 November 26th, 2018|Backups, Partners, Virtualization|0 Comments

Sometimes when a Veeam Backup doesn't finish properly the snapshot that was created by Veeam is not deleted. There is a lot of reasons for a Backup does not end properly and the snapshot not removed. Most of them is a timeout between Veeam Backup Server and the vCenter/Storage. In this blog post, we will [...]

3 11, 2018

Insufficient resources to satisfy vSphere HA failover level on cluster

By | 2019-10-24T23:00:25+02:00 November 3rd, 2018|Virtualization|0 Comments

Configure vSphere HA (High Availability) is not very difficult, but some rules must be followed. If not, you can have a vSphere HA that is not configured correctly. When you have enough resources for one or two (or more) hosts failovers, but still, you get “Insufficient resources to satisfy vSphere HA failover level on cluster” [...]