VMware Cloud Foundation 3.9.1 LCM Update

In this article I’m going to demonstrate how to perform a VMware Cloud Foundation LCM upgrade from version 3.9.0 to 3.9.1. The bundles are: SDDC Manager UI patch 3.9.0.1from 3.9.0.0 build 14866160 to 3.9.0.1 build 15219681 SDDC all services to version 3.9.1.0from 3.9.0.1 build 15219681 to 3.9.1.0 build 15345960 SDDC configuration drift 3.9.1.0from 3.9.1.0 build 15345960 to 3.9.1.0 […]

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DHCP Design thoughts with NSX VTEPs

I recently had an interesting discussion around design considerations (and implications) for NSX VXLAN Tunnel Endpoint (VTEP) when using DHCP for IP address allocation. Beginning with VMware Cloud Foundation 3.0 one of the external services required is a DHCP Server to provide automated IP address allocation for VXLAN tunnel endpoints (VTEPs) This is in-line with […]

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VMware Cloud Foundation 3.9.1 – What’s New?

VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) 3.9.1 includes the following updated Bill of Materials (BOM): vSphere + ESXi + vSAN are 6.7 Update 3b NSX-V is 6.4.6 SDDC Manager is 3.9.1 All the remaining components are at the same level as VCF 3.9.In terms of new capabilities I would like to focus on the following major enhancements: […]

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Wrong VC icons displayed in the HTML5 web client

This is going to be a very quick post to share a bizarre issue/non-issue I experienced with vCenter Server, in my lab I was running VCSA 6.7.0.42000 build 15132721 however I don’t think the version actually matters and it might happen with any other version. The problem was that the HTML5 client was showing incorrect […]

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