New and updated VMware flings for September 2017

Intro No WWE quotes,clips or sounds this month. So here I am reporting from couch central that there have been three updated flings in September. One steady name in this monthly post has been the vSphere HTML5 Web client but don’t underestimate the VMware OS Optimization Tool that is been in here a couple of … Read more New and updated VMware flings for September 2017

Horizon view vCheck : Pool Overview plugin

So one of the things still missing in the Horizon View vCheck was a plugin that simply gives an overview of all Pools with their status. In short what I am talking about is a translation from this view: Although this sounds easy there where a lot of challenges for this one. First of all … Read more Horizon view vCheck : Pool Overview plugin

VMworld EU 2017 Day 3

Day three, the last one, was a short day for me this year. I had an appointment with the VMware Design studio at 8am but the gates didn’t open until 8 as well and I had to drop my suitcase first so I rescheduled it to 9.15 while talking to the guy that I would … Read more VMworld EU 2017 Day 3

New and updated VMware flings for August 2017

Intro (For those of you who ever watch or used to watch WWE think: New Age Outlaws. For those who never did watch this from about 1:40. Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, nerds of all ages. Retouw.nl proudly brings to you, the monthly  VMware Labs updated Fliiiiings. The new, the updated change logs and … Read more New and updated VMware flings for August 2017

New and updated VMware flings for july 2017

Intro I decided to make this almost monthly post a bit wider and just post updates and new releases of all flings in that month. There are four flings that have been updated at least once this month. New Flings There has been one new release this month: DRS Lens During the development fase at … Read more New and updated VMware flings for july 2017

Pulling Horizon View events with PowerCLI in a nicer way

So in one of the first posts I did about Powercli 6.5 was a bit about pulling events from the Horizon View events database. This off course was not the crude way to pull the events. Another was was using the event dumper fling but that one is a bit to slow for my taste. … Read more Pulling Horizon View events with PowerCLI in a nicer way

Updated flings for Horizon View in May

Yes I am a bit late but there are only two Horizon View related flings that received an update last month. First is the OS Optimization tool and second is the Ubuntu OVA for Horizon. The OSOT even already received an update in June but that’s for next month. Ubuntu OVA for Horizon Changelog: v1.1.0 MATE … Read more Updated flings for Horizon View in May

Building a Horizon View vCheck (part 3)

So it’s time for part 3 already of building checks for Horizon View. I got some remarks after last post and thus I need to say that the checks have been created for View 7 because some commands might not work against a 6.* installation. three new plugins this time or actually two since one was … Read more Building a Horizon View vCheck (part 3)

Building a Horizon View vCheck (part 2)

So last time I created some simple scripts for the Horizon View vCheck. This time I wanted to add some information about the Composer, Connection, security servers and the event database. So all in all I added four scripts that might seem to do the same but since the api’s treat the types of servers differently … Read more Building a Horizon View vCheck (part 2)

Building a Horizon View vCheck with those nice api’s (part 1 of ??)

Intro Ever since I saw Alan Renouf’s vCheck script first in action years ago it has been one of the tools I have been promoting to use for daily checks. The fact that you can disable and enable plugins makes it a flexible adjustable solution that helped me preventing companies having big problems or proving … Read more Building a Horizon View vCheck with those nice api’s (part 1 of ??)