This time very short and quick post:) If you see such error message (as below) in vCenter when adding or replacing VMware vSAN 6.7 Witness Appliance, just remember: CHECK YOUR vSAN Witness Appliance VERSION AND BUILD. The witness host must be capable of running the same version of ESXi as vSAN data nodes. 2019-11-08T18:24:31.613Z info […]
In the previous post i described how to deploy VMware Identity Manager through vRealize Lifecycle Manager using Ansible. vIDM is up and ready to go so let’s go little bit further and do one of the many configuration steps . Before configuring the Directory Services and the VMware Identity Manager settings, it can happen that […]
Today i’m going to show you how to create new environment for Vmware Identity Manager and install new instance of vIDM in vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager in fully automaticaly way, using of course Ansible. In VMware docs you will find that you can add an existing VMware Identity Manager OR deploy new VMware Identity Manager […]
Today, i was trying to install Vmware Identity Manager using LCM REST API and i realized that i can’t check request details: But task was still visible in Recent Requests: Unfortunately i couldn’t delete this request because of greyed out ‘Delete Environment’ option:) So how to do that? Of course using REST API. Unfortunately you […]
As the virtual SCSI adapter requires a SCSI ID and No 7 is reserved for it, let’s try to handle it writing Ansible’s task. We will use ‘vmware_guest_disk‘ module to add disk to vm. Because two disk parameters are required: ‘scsi_controler’ and ‘unit_number’, we will try to use Jinja2 filter ‘|int + 1’ to add […]
As VMware and Red Hat announced mutual support for OpenShift 3.11 on VMware SDDC, just read reference architecture here.
Red Hat and VMware as a technology partners are extending the relationship, by working together on a reference architecture to bring Red Hat OpenShift to VMware’s SDDC stack in a supported fashion. Learn more from Red Hat blog and check what VMware says in their Office of the CTO Blog