VxRail hit another milestone this week - we released 4.7 code into the manufacturing process and can now ship all VxRail 14G PowerEdge based nodes with VxRail 4.7 code preloaded. One of the biggest benefits of this is we now allow customers to choose the version of vSAN license they'd like to apply to their … Continue reading VxRail 4.7 – Now with Flexible vSAN Licensing!
With VxRail 4.7.000 being released today for VxRail upgrades, I wanted to walk through part of the process. First, ALWAYS check SolVe for the procedure to run the upgrade in your environment. It will provide the detailed procedure you need to follow for this upgrade. For the upgrade, I downloaded the file locally and then did … Continue reading VxRail 4.7.000 Upgrade Walk Through
I'm happy to announce that VxRail 4.7.000 has now been posted to the web. This update will allow our VxRail customers to upgrade their existing clusters to vSphere 6.7 EP5 (we waited for this patch release versus just going with U1). We've been busy getting VxRail 4.7 ready with a ton of development and testing. … Continue reading VxRail 4.7.000 Posted to Web (Upgrades)
One of the most powerful tools created between the Dell EMC and VMware joint engineering of the VxRail solution is VxRail Manager. The first thing to note is VxRail Manager wasn't created to present a new management pane for daily tasks. We've realized that our customers know how to use vCenter and we don't want … Continue reading VxRail Manager Walk Through
If you aren't familiar with the Destination Dell EMC truck, it's a mobile truck that is loaded with Dell EMC gear. The truck provides a great opportunity to see Del EMC products in person and get some hands-on time. It was at Dell Technologies World this year in the back corner if you happened to … Continue reading Destination Dell EMC Truck – Now with VxRail!