Monthly Archives: January 2018

Upgrading to vSphere 6.5?

Upgrading. It’s inevitable! At some point, this is a bridge that all vSphere admins will need to jump off. As with the capabilities of each release of vSphere (6.5 included), the upgrade process has evolved to become a more refined … Continue reading

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vSphere Patch Validation script for Spectre

One of our tech guys wrote a very neat little PowerCLI script to inspect the vCenter and ESXi hosts within a vSphere environment to determine the status of the current build version against the Spectre vulnerability. I take no credit … Continue reading

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VMware Virtual Appliances – Spectre & Meltdown

VMware has released additional information, in the form of KB52264, regarding the impact that the recent CPU flaw has had on its virtual appliances. Please note that this KB article is a work in progress and new updates will be published, … Continue reading

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