Category Archives: Virtualization

Part 5: Deploying a VM using vCenter

In this part 5, we are going to use vCenter web client to create the new VM. I am going to install new VM using Xubuntu OS and you can use your own wished OS. Enjoy!1. Navigate to Home button and then choose Hosts and Clusters in the drop-down menu 2. Click VMs tab =>… Read More »

Part 4: Working with local Datastores

In this section, we will talk about the local Datastores. Each ESXi host has its own Datastore and once you added the host under management of vCenter server, you will be able to manage the local Datastores of each ESXi host from vCenter console. To manage the local Datastores:1. Login to vCenter server via https://vcsa.sysnetadmin.local/vsphere-clientwith… Read More »

Part 3: Adding ESXi Hosts to vCSA

In part 2, I have finished deploying the vCenter Server Appliance 6.5 and in order to centralized manage all my ESXi servers, I will add servers into this new deployed VCSA server and I will user vSphere Client for all configuration.1. To access to VCSA server, open the browser and type in the address of… Read More »

Part 2: Deploying VMWare vCener Server Appliance (vCSA 6.5)

Imagine that you have 10 or 20 ESXi servers or more than this your environment and managing or configuring individual host is a big nightmare because you need to do the configuration for all ESXi host in difference consoles. To make life easier, VMWare introduces the VMWare vCenter Server which provides a centralized platform for… Read More »

Introduction to VMWare vSphere 6.5

VMWare vSphere 6.5 is the latest industry-leading virtualization platform from VMWare which was newly released with many dramatically features that will simplify your IT infrastructure experience, comprehensive built-in security, and a universal app platform for running any app. vSphere 6.5 elevates the customer experience to an entirely new level. It provides exceptional management simplicity, operational… Read More »