Hello all, I was home this week and that is always nice. Next week off to visit one of the first customers to buy Veeam Availability Orchestrator (VAO) and quite excited about that. I also need to learn more about vRealize Automation and that is going to be a bit tough I think. I wrote … Continue reading Newsletter: March 31, 2018
Hi all, This dropped, I think, this morning or maybe late yesterday. But not matter, you can find the release notes and security info easy enough, however there is no 10.13.4 security info yet. But I bet will be soon. I like how one of the improvements is how Spotlight searches better on network mount … Continue reading macOS 10.13.4 is now GA
Hello there, You can see the release notes for iOS 11.3 below. This is a big OS update and has some interesting stuff in it. Also below is a few useful links. I am interested in the new Battery Health stuff, curious to see how it goes. I am also starting to get into some … Continue reading iOS 11.3 is now GA!
Hi all, Here is a collection of info on using your HomePod. I will update it as I learn more. I am very fond of it. It has great music, but I also like the Siri interface. It is so easy to say what I like and each time that adds up to better stuff … Continue reading Know your HomePod!
Hello all, This article is about using an important feature in Veeam Availability Orchestrator (VAO). I was thinking of writing this and a friend reached out to me about an issue he was having in VAO and it was due to him not using a Lab Group. So that moved the importance of this article … Continue reading Creating and using Lab Groups
Hello, I hope that everyone had a good week? I presented the first, and beta, Veeam Availability Orchestrator class. It was a lot of fun educating people on VAO and BCDR. I am lucky I have good bosses that don't mind me doing things like teaching a class. I have some articles pending on VAO … Continue reading Newsletter: March 24, 2017
Hi all, It has been once again a very long week. And on top of it I am teaching a class next week - the first VAO class. Which I am looking forward to actually but so much to get ready. We need to get this class right so it does the best for customers … Continue reading Newsletter: March 17, 2018
Hi all, It is quite uncommon for Veeam temporary snapshots to remain around. In fact, there is code in Veeam Backup & Replication that when it starts a job, it looks for any associated snapshots and cleans them up. However, there can come a time when there are Veeam snapshots littered about. I have Veeam … Continue reading Cleaning up Veeam temporary snapshots
It has been brought to my attention that not everyone knows the power of a VMware custom specification. The custom spec will allow you to manage a bunch of different things. It can join your VM to a domain, configure networking, license, and even install or configure software. And the spec is able to be … Continue reading Configure VMs with a Custom Spec
Hello all, I hope that everything is good with you all? Things good here. A nice collection of things to share this time and as always I hope everyone finds something interesting. Friday I found out that I had made the 2018 vExpert. Which is very exciting and I am proud to be part of … Continue reading Newsletter: March 10, 2018