Monthly Archive: December 2016

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SimpliVity CLI basic commands

Hi all During my SimpliVity PoC I created a lot of VMs, cloned and migrated them. It is much easier doing this task over the SimpliVity CLI. Here is a small guide – a 101 – for some basic tasks that during testing helped me a lot: About the colors of the commands: orange means fixed commands green means values, you can change at your own needs CLI Access You can access the SimpliVity OmniStack Command Line Interface (CLI) in two ways:   Possibility 1 (SimpliVity user host: IP / DNS name of the OVC (SimpliVity  OmniStack Virtual Controller) username:...

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SimpliVity 2-node Cluster – PoC

Hi all A few days ago I had the chance to test a 2-node SimpliVity OmniCube Cluster. (Actually you can order it with DELL, Lenovo, CISCO and Huawei as “OmniStack“– check the SimpliVity website. ) Here some impressions of the two boxes:                                                           PoC Overview Important: This is only a PoC setup and not for production purposes. For example, never use only 1 uplink to a box. (Redundancy)   Installation Basically you need...

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Veeam One – The “Automatic tab switching rule”

Hi Veeam One – Admin Today I worked with Veeam One and found a “new options” – at least for me. The option is called:   The “Automatic tab switching rule” Way to configure: Veeam One Monitor Client -> Options -> Client Settings -> Tabs View. With this option, you can create rules for the Veeam One Monitoring Client to define, which tabs / views you want to see without any mouse clicking action. Really useful if you use Veeam One as a monitoring solution on a big ‘monitoring’-screen. With the schedule option “Switch tabs every: xxx Seconds / Minutes / Hours” you can define your time interval before...