Instalar os certificados do vCenter num Ubuntu

Estava a configurar um ambiente de vSphere with Kubernetes e estava farto de colocar a flag: –insecure-skip-tls-verify no kubectl-vsphere Primeiro passo fazer download dos certificados Correr o comando: wget https://fqdnouipdovcenter/certs/download.zip unzip do ficheiro : unzip download.zip No meu caso entrei na pasta certs/lin e lá dentro encontram-se dois ficheiros com as extensões .0 e .r1 as extensões só com o numero devem renomear para .cert as extensões com r e numero devem renomear para crl depois devem criar a seguinte directoria: sudo mkdir -p /usr/share/ca-certificates/extra e copiar os dois ficheiros para a directoria criada cp *.cr* /usr/share/ca-certificates/extra como podem verificar na imagem os ficheiros estão na pasta correta de seguida devem correr o comando: sudo dpkg-reconfigure ca-certificates Escolhem a opção Read More / Ler Mais

Instalei o NSX Advanced Load Balancer para usar com o vSphere with Tanzu e agora como é que o vou licenciar?

O AVI essentials é um SKU ou algo que tenho de comprar? Não, Avi Essentials for Tanzu não requer qualquer licença. O direito ao suporte é por meio do VMware Tanzu SKUs (basic / Standard). Ok, então eu tive a necessidade para o meu laboratório de vSphere with Tanzu colocar a licença correta Entrei por SSH no controlador como admin: Para isso é necessário entrar em modo de CLI no controlador Só têm de escrever o comando: shell Entram como admin Correm este comando: configure systemconfiguration Por default devem ter o ; default_license_tier em ENTERPRISE o sistema neste modo está a funcionar em modo Enterprise logo espera ter licenciamento enterprise. Ok, vamos mudar 🙂 Correr o comando: default_license_tier essentials Vão Read More / Ler Mais

DNS Server simples para um LAB

Eu tenho vários laboratórios em casa um dia faço um post a explicar quais e o hardware / configurações mas ultimamente não tenho tido vontade de gastar muito dinheiro em eletricidade para fazer pequenos testes simples e ligar a tralha toda 🙂 Pensei usar o meu Portail que tem 32GB de RAM e um core I7 com VMware workstation e meter um vCenter server e 3 hosts nested so para testar vSAN e tirar alguns print screens quando a malta me pede ajuda com funcionalidades mais basicas e para ter tb um vCenter para ligar o meu mini cluster de vSAN que tenho com uns raspberry PI 4. Tenho aqui por casa alguns Raspeberry PI antigos Pi 1 B que Read More / Ler Mais

vSphere 7.0 Update 2

What’s New? Built-in Load Balancer Supervisor Refreshed with Latest Kubernetes 1.19 Release Private Registry Support VMware vSphere Native Key Provider Confidential Containers for vSphere Pods on AMD FIPS validation for vCenter Java and vCenter Go services Better availability through PMEM-aware HA Support for broader set of Nvidia GPUs, based on Ampere architecture and Multi-instance GPUs vSphere Lifecycle Manager support for vSphere with Tanzu with NSX-T Networking vSphere Lifecycle Manager Desired Image Seeding vCenter vSAN and vSphere Lifecycle Manager Bootstrap via CLI Performance Improvements for AMD Zen CPUs Reduced Compute and I/O latency & jitter for latency sensitive workloads ESXi Key Persistence ESXi Configuration Encryption GuestStore Secure FT Suspend to Memory vMotion autostream architecture VUM parallelized upgrades of clusters This includes Read More / Ler Mais

Saiu !! Horizon Enterprise 2103

What’s New? Horizon Server Added support for “Global Access Group” Added support for open source database — “PostgresSQL” Added support for untrusted domain Pegged unabated growth of event database Ability to pre-assign computer names to instant clone desktops Delivered View API parity REST APIs Horizon Agents & Clients Teams offload Mac client USB redirection for HTML Access & Chrome client Pen redirection iOS & Android HEVC 444 Intel GPU Linux client Bandwidth control for integrated printing Serial port improvements, auto mapping, ID passing Agent hot patch via MSP Expose HCA, H.264/H.265 enablement and networking client settings to registry and GPO template Drop 32-bit support Windows agent, Linux agent and client App Volumes Support for Windows 10 Enterprise multi-session on Horizon Read More / Ler Mais

Saiu !! Skyline Advisor 5.6

What’s New? We’re pleased to announce a new Skyline Advisor release with expanded proactive issue avoidance, Log Assist enhancements, enhanced email notifications and new Findings & Recommendations.  A summary of the new features is below. For additional details review the Skyline Advisor Release Notes. Log into Skyline Advisor today to see the new enhancements!    New features:      Expanded Proactive Issue Avoidance   Additional Findings & Recommendations for VMware vSAN, vSphere Virtual Volumes (vVols), NSX-T, Tanzu Kubernetes Grid (TKG) and more:  We released 41 new proactive Findings and Recommendations in the following categories:       – Alert you to top issues based on our analysis of common Support Requests opened by customers     - Alert you to issues based on post escalation analysis to help prevent you from experiencing similar escalations    – Top vSphere alarms as defined by VMware Technical Support   – We are introducing TKG Findings to alert you to potential issues with container solutions  – We continue to include Security Advisories to alert you to Read More / Ler Mais

Saiu !! VMware Telco Cloud Automation 1.9

What’s New? The VMware Telco Cloud Automation 1.9 release introduces the following enhancements: Infrastructure Automation Certificate Management Register a Certificate Authority (CA) and generate a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) for the domain. Support for Self-signed CA through the Infrastructure Automation process. Support for Management and Workload domains VMware Telco Cloud Automation does not create a separate SDDC (vCenter Server + VMware NSX + VMware vSAN) for management appliances called the Management domain. Instead, the vCenter Server + VMware NSX domain is deployed as VMs in the Management domain. The ESXi of the Workload domain is fully available for running customer workloads. Support for a pre-deployed domain VMware Telco Cloud Automation supports previous deployments that were not done through Infrastructure Automation. Read More / Ler Mais

Saiu !!! Tanzu MySQL Kubernetes 1.0

What’s New? Nearly all applications require durable data storage and the ability to interact with that data in a relational manner. VMware Tanzu SQL with MySQL for Kubernetes is a Kubernetes operator that offers secure, performant and production-ready databases with on-demand provisioning on any Kubernetes. It can be utilized as the backing data store for cloud-native applications running on any platform, anywhere.  MySQL for Kubernetes has the following key features:  1. Meets the security and compliance requirements of large enterprises  2. Configured with sane server defaults out-of-the-box  3. Platform operators configure service plans tailored for different workloads  4. Developers have automated and easy workflows Documentation and Links: https://network.tanzu.vmware.com/products/tanzu-mysql-for-kubernetes https://docs.pivotal.io/tanzu-mysql-kubernetes/1-0/ https://docs.pivotal.io/tanzu-mysql-kubernetes/1-0/release-notes.html

Saiu !!! vRealize Log insight 8.4

What’s New Here are some of the key highlights of vRealize Log Insight 8.4 that will help you leverage log data more quickly, accurately, and powerfully than ever before: Log Sources: You can now configure Fluentd to collect logs from various sources such as Docker, Kubernetes, Tanzu Kubernetes Grid, and OpenShift, and forward them to vRealize Log Insight. Fluentd is an open source log processor and forwarder, which lets you collect log data from different sources and enrich them with filters. It is the preferred choice for containerized environments such as Kubernetes. You can find the configuration steps for the Fluentd log sources within the vRealize Log Insight user interface. Log Masking: Your log data contains information that might be Read More / Ler Mais