Transform your server into a stateless F@h appliance

With the worldwide outbreak of the coronavirus the Folding@home project has seen a massive influx of new users donating their computer’s idle CPU cycles to run simulations of protein dynamics in order to help find treatments for diseases such as coronavirus, cancer, alzheimer’s, and more. The people of VMware were …

vSphere 7.0 completely transforms VMware’s portfolio!

Introduction vSphere 7.0 with Kubernetes is going to be released soon! The announcement just went live today during the “Modern Apps Virtual Event”. A couple of weeks ago I followed multiple sessions regarding the new VMware and vSphere product releases and updates and witnessed all its beauty. Today the NDA …

vcloudvision.com double awarded vExpert 2020!

As of today I am extremely proud to announce that Rudolf and I have both been awarded for our second year being a VMware vExpert! We just received the news! We are going to continue writing blogposts to help the community and spread our knowledge around the globe. We want …

Ancient VMware View Scripted Reporting

A while ago I was working on a very very old VMware View environment. Yes, you’ve read this correctly, a VMware View environment. This is even from before the product was officially called “VMware Horizon View” back in 2015. So, the subject I was working on for the customer, but …

Round up virtual hard disk size

Quick post of something I ran into this week. When creating new VMs it makes sense to create disks that have a certain size in GB. But sometimes when migrating workload from one platform to another you might see some funky hard disk sizes like this.

Fixing this for …

Clearing ESXi System Event Log (SEL) via PowerCLI

We recently noticed some hosts in our environment that show an alert triggered by ‘Status of other host hardware objects’. Upon further investigation it turned out that this was caused by the system event log (SEL) that is about to run out of space. Now if you don’t mind not …