Previously, in part 1 of Veeam Backup and Replication V10, we created a virtual machine and NAS file-share backup.
Veeam Backup and Replication V10 was recently released and I was keen to get this deployed in the lab and check out some of the new features this awesome product has to offer.
In last week’s post I went through how to create an Amazon AWS Linux EC2 Instance. Within that tutorial, we created a Linux web server and used an automated script to install the httpd service which then displayed a web page of the server’s internal IP, external IP and DNS name.
This is a beginner’s guide to creating your first Amazon AWS EC2 Linux Instance in one of the world’s largest hyper scalers.
Last month I was asked to join two existing VMware vCenter Servers each with embedded platform services controllers, in enhanced linked mode. Additionally, this will create one SSO domain and enable vCenter Enhanced Linked Mode.
In this article I’m going to walk you through the steps I used to upgrade my NetApp Simulator from ONTAP 9.6 to the new ONTAP 9.7 RC1
If you have heard the announcements earlier this year and at VMworld 2019, you will know that VMware is embracing Terraform for VMware vCloud Director.
Ansible Playbooks for NetApp Root Load-Sharing Mirror
Steps involved in Creating a NetApp Root Load-Sharing Mirror
Ansbile Files for NetApp Root Load-Sharing Mirror Creation
We then have our source cluster name. As this is an LS-Mirror the source and destination cluster name will be the same.
NetApp Auto Aggregate Evacuation Script
This first part checks to see if the DataOntap PowerShell module is loaded. If it isn’t, then it will load the module