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
As I mentioned in this post, we've added the ability to deploy the cluster using "advanced" host names for your VxRail nodes. This feature was added in 4.7.100 and carries over to when you're adding nodes to a cluster. If you had your cluster installed with advanced host names, you will be required to provide … Continue reading VxRail 4.7.110 – Adding a Node with VxRail Manager Plugin – New Feature
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
Today is a great day! We released VxRail 4.7.100 code, which is based on vSphere 6.7 EP6, but more importantly, it's also the first version that supports the vCenter plugin. The plugin will allow customers to administer their VxRail clusters without leaving vCenter. In order to first get all the updates, I had to upgrade … Continue reading VxRail 4.7.110 – vCenter, now with VxRail Manager inside!