Hello, it's definitely been a while. Things in the land of VxRail have been crazy, and I need to challenge myself to keep up to date with the blog. Before you try to upgrade your cluster, in order to get the package, you MUST go to SolVe Online to generate a procedure which will contain … Continue reading VxRail 7.0.0 is out!
One of the things that's a huge benefit to customers is the ability to deploy the cluster very easily as well as scale the cluster by adding nodes. In order to achieve a repeatable process, we had been using a naming structure that would iterate the host names by an integer. Over the last 3 … Continue reading VxRail 4.7.110 – New Feature – Advanced Host Naming
In a previous post about changes made to the first run/install of a VxRail cluster running our 4.7 code, I made mention that we've now moved the IPv6 Multicast traffic (also known as "Loudmouth") to leverage a private network. This will help us in a few ways, but one of the main reasons for the … Continue reading IPv6 Multicast (Loudmouth) Changes in VxRail 4.7
At first, I was going to walk through a VxRail install and talk about what was needed, but there's already quite a few different resources highlighting that. What I wanted to do was build more on what to watch for with regards to an install. VxRail, today, is installed via Dell EMC's or a certified … Continue reading Installing a VxRail – Highlights and Tips
So, the team I'm on, we've been part of just about every VxRail Beta install around the globe from VxRail 3.0 to now. I will say, along the way, the developers have done a phenomenal job with what we call "first run". I could go into all kinds of details about the past, but we've … Continue reading Getting Ready to Install a VxRail