Building nested VCF using VCF Lab Constructor (VLC)

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VCF Lab Constructor (aka VLC) is a great PowerShell tool created by Ben Sier and Heath Johnson working at VMware in the Technical Marketing team. It’s the easiest way to essentially deploy a Cloud Foundation nested environment, without having to manually install ESXi, Cloud Builder as well as doing lots of validation on your own. Getting […]

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VMware Cloud Foundation 3.5 – What’s coming?

VCF 3.0 went GA only this Sept ’18 (see my previous article) and at #VMworld Europe 2018 this week VMware announced the next big release of Cloud Foundation, now at version 3.5 So what’s new? Latest and greatest versions for all components, please note that bill of material might change since 3.5 hasn’t GA yet ! Composable […]

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Introducing VMware Cloud Foundation 3.0

VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) 3.0 is now GA. This is a major new release and it comes with a lot of new features and changes compared to the predecessor 2.3.x What’s new  Support for all vSAN ReadyNodes in the vSAN VMware Compatibility GuideExpanded hardware support with ability to use vSAN ReadyNodes in the VMware Compatibility […]

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NSX Controller on VCF and VM Storage policy out of compliance

DISCLAIMER this post is based on VCF on VxRack SDDC. VCF DIY / ready-nodes might be less prescriptive in terms of constraints or have different supported configurations. When a workload domain (WLD) is provisioned in Cloud Foundation from SDDC Manager, a default VM storage policy is created and associated with the new cluster and it’s […]

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