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VCF On VxRail 4.4 – Walkthrough (Part5: Deploy vRSLCM)

PART1 PART2 PART3 PART4 The VMware vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager automates the LCM of the vRealize Suite. It must be deployed before any vRealize Log Insight, vRealize Operations, or vRealize Automation components can be deployed. The vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager contains the functional elements that collaborate to orchestrate the LCM operations of the vRealize Suite environment. vRLCM VM is deployed […]

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VCF On VxRail 4.4 – Walkthrough (Part4: NSX-T Edge Automation)

PART1 PART2 PART3 This is the fourth in a series of posts covering VCF On VxRail 4.4. The following detailed post provides an example walkthrough covering the process of deploying a NSX-T Edge nodes into the VI Workload Domain using the SDDC automation. The end result of this example build is that of a single site VCF on VxRail solution including a single NSX-T VI Workload Domain (thanks to @HeagaSteve for the architectural […]

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VCF 4.4 On VxRAIL 7.0.320 Release

VMware Cloud Foundation 4.4 on Dell VxRail 7.0.320 is now available. The following is a list of all the components and their versions as per VMware Cloud Foundation 4.4. Security Update: VCF 4.4 On VxRail 7.0.320 includes the critical Apache Log4j Remote Code Execution Vulnerability fixes. Some other notable highlights of this VCF 4.4 release include: vRealize LCM initiated from vRSLCM […]

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VCF On VXRAIL 4.2 – Walkthrough (Part3: NSX-T EDGE AUTOMATION)

This is the third post in a series of posts covering VCF On VxRail 4.2. The previous posts detailed an example walkthrough covering the process of: Deploying a VxRail Management Workload Domain cluster Deploying VMware CloudBuilder for VxRail Bring-Up of VCF 4.2 Deploying a VI WLD Part 1 & Part 2 Versions used in this example are VCF 4.2 & VxRail 7.0.131. Release Notes: https://docs.vmware.com/en/VMware-Cloud-Foundation/4.2/rn/vmware-cloud-foundation-on-dell-emc-vxrail-22-release-notes.html […]

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VCF 4.1 ON VXRAIL – REDUCE A CLUSTER (REMOVE NODE)

In a previous post I provided an example walk-through of the process for adding a new host to an existing VCF 4.1 on VxRail ‘VI Workload Domain (WLD)’: https://davidring.ie/2020/12/16/vcf-4-1-on-vxrail-expand-a-cluster-add-node/ In this post I will provide an example walk-through of the process for removing a host from a VCF 4.1 on VxRail ‘VI Workload Domain (WLD)’. There are various reasons you may wish to perform this task […]