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vRealise Orchestrator 8.0.1 installation errors

vRealise Orchestrator 8.0.1 installation errors As part of something else that I’ve been working on I needed to install vRealize Orchestrator (vRO) into the lab.  I’d not installed the latest versions of vRO but I was aware that the architecture had changed from earlier versions, and was now built upon kubernetes. vRO Deployment vRO is […]

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vROPs management pack for Container monitoring

vROPs management pack for Container monitoring Available on the VMware solution exchange is a Management pack for monitoring containers, I recently had a look at Project Octant as a cool way to visualise a Kubernetes cluster and even troubleshoot issues.  Octant gives a great view of the cluster, but perhaps not in the wider infrastructure […]

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Use an image hosted on Harbor – vSphere image registry

Use an image hosted on Harbor – vSphere image registry Last post I added an image to the vSphere image registry, which is great – but how can I actually use that image? The image I uploaded was for busybox, which provides access to a range of simple UNIX tools.  What I’m going to demonstrate […]

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Push an image to Harbor – vSphere embedded image registry

Push an image to the vSphere embedded image registry Harbor is used to provide an image registry service to namespaces provisioned on vSphere – it can be deployed from a single click within the vSphere cluster configuration.  Once it has been deployed, you’ll be presented with a link to connect to the Harbor UI. Login […]

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vSphere Kubernetes – Force deleting stuck ‘terminating’ namespaces and contexts

Like many vSphere administrators and architects following the release of vSphere 7 and VMware Cloud Foundation 4 I’ve been upgrading my lab and starting to play with the VMware Tanzu Portfolio.  I’m not going to detail how to get that working, Cormac Hogan and David Stamen have put together great guides for that.  This post […]

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vSAN Orphaned Objects

I recently got asked a question about how to managed orphaned objects in vSAN, previously with VMFS this was being managed with a PowerShell script, but the customer couldn’t get it to work with vSAN.  Which is expected behaviour as managing these vSAN namespace associations/objects is not possible via the GUI or script. Instead these […]

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Deploying Multiple VMs with ARM Templates or how to use ‘Copy’ and ‘CopyIndex’

Deploying Multiple VMs with ARM Templates or how to use ‘Copy’ and ‘CopyIndex’ I’ll preface with a few of the resources I’ve used so far in my Azure study journey Tools, Resources and Progress If you’ve been following this series of posts (can you call two posts a series?), then you will have the tools, […]

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