One of the biggest changes we've added to the VxRail 7.0 code release is around the networking. In previous VxRail releases, we could only guarantee the Network Daughter Card (NDC) would be installed in the system. That lead us to only configuring the NDC for "System Traffic" (Management, vSAN, vMotion) and then the PCIe NICs … Continue reading VxRail 7.0.13x – Networking Flexibility
Today we posted VxRail 4.7.300 for customers to upgrade their existing systems. This release contains vSphere 6.7U3 in its update. This is a major release from VMware and some of the vSAN specific updates from Jase McCarty can be seen HERE. From a VxRail perspective there are also quite a few new features added. I … Continue reading VxRail 4.7.300 is released!
I'm happy to announce that both 4.7.110 and 4.5.310 have been released and posted to the support site. These are two critical releases for customers running 4.7.100 and 4.5.300 code as this version resolves an issue as documented in DTA 531166. Once we were alerted of a potential issue, we did pull 4.7.100 and 4.5.300 … Continue reading VxRail 4.7.110 and 4.5.310 released
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!
So I've already had my first misstep - I've decided to move to WordPress to host this blog as they have an app that appears to be easier for editing. I figure I may as well give this a shot. My goal for this page is to share some of what I've learned over the … Continue reading Hello World