Now that the VCSA (vCenter Server Appliance) is installed and networking is configured on our hosts, it’s time to setup vSAN and go over some of the options.
Now that VCSA is installed, it’s time to start adding in hosts and configure them, as well as configuring a virtual distributed switch.
We’ve got ESXi installed and configured, now it’s time to get the VCSA (vCenter Server Appliance) deployed into our lab so we can manage multiple ESXi servers in a single pane of glass.
Since I recently started up v101.tv to provide videos and whiteboard sessions to introduce people to virtualization and it’s related eco-sphere, I decided to also create some videos while out at VMworld 2016 in Las Vegas. Please subscribe and follow along, as I’ll be posting videos throughout each day on the different events and happenings […]
Now that ESXi is installed on our server, let’s log into each of the vSphere clients – C# client, and the embedded HTML5 host client, to view the configuration options for our server.
Here’s the very first video of the new v101.tv – a channel dedicated to sharing the knowledge of anything related to virtualization. You’ll find podcasts, installation and configuration walk-throughs, and whiteboard sessions. Stay tuned for the next videos!