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Video: vSphere4 Unleashed: 03 – Licensing & Configuring vCenter

This is the third video in our vSphere journey. We’ll do the following tasks in order: Add our Licenses in vCenter Server. Register our first ESX server in vCenter. Configure the VMkernel on the ESX server along with enabling the vMotion & FT. Configure the iSCSI software initiator and discover the shared LUNs on the

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Video: vSphere4 Unleashed: 01 – Installing ESX4.0

It’s fast, it’s wild, and it’s out of NDA. I’m furious, I’m excited and I’m off the hook. If you are a VMware guru, the first few episodes in this series are not meant for you. You would probably be interested when we reach the level of configuring things like the Cisco Nexsus1000v, create host-profiles,

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vSphere 4.0 vNetwork Distributed Switch (vDS) – Video Demonstration + Architecture Diagram

A Boring Introduction: It’s been a crazy week! A lot of stuff is happening right now at my work, personal life, and my career. For example, I’m building our much-awaited “Private Cloud” at work, using both the ultimate vSphere Cloud OS and the rock-solid IBM hardware that was finally delivered this week. But wait, this

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Video: vSphere4 Unleashed: 04 – Fault Tolerance

And finally some real action of the new amazing vSphere’s Fault Tolerance. In this video we’ll do the following in order: Verify that the FT logging is enabled on our network card. Enable the FT on one VM. Observe that the VM has two instances, the primary running on one ESX server, and the secondary

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