As we are all aware, recent updates to Shockwave Flash caused the vSphere Web Client to crash on most browser platforms. The interim solution was to install an outdated version of Shockwave Flash, just to access the Web Client. More recently, Adobe Shockwave Flash version 220.127.116.11 was pushed out in updates to Google Chrome (and… Continue reading “The VMware vSphere Web Client is fixed (sort of – until next time)”
Over the weekend Google pushed out an update to Flash (18.104.22.168) with an update to Chrome (61.0.3163.100) and now vSphere Web Client is broken once again!
VMware Workstation Pro 14 is a 64-bit Type 2 Hypervisor that is available for Linux and Windows. As a Type 2 Hypervisor, Workstation Pro runs as an application on top of a full Operating System like Windows 10 or Ubuntu Desktop and claims compute and hardware resources from the parent OS, then allocates those resources… Continue reading “Installing VMware Workstation Pro 14”
Being successful with VMware vSphere is largely about understanding “Who’s on first, What’s on second and Idunno’s on third,” at any given point in time. This is especially true with the VMware vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA), as it presents a several new console choices to the administrator.
Unlike in previous releases, VMware took a good long time getting vSphere 6 ready. For the first time ever, VMware made the Beta version of vSphere 6 publicly available (all you had to do was sign-up) and was actively soliciting input on the Beta forums. The initial public release of vSphere 6 (3/12/2015) was, nonetheless,… Continue reading “VMware vSphere 6 is finally ready!”