In previous post on Network failure detection, we started with the Teaming and Failover policies. We are going to explore load balancing algorithms in virtual networking in this post. This one is going to be the longest post I have written until now I guess 🙂 We have two types of switches, standard (vSS) and … Continue reading Uncovering virtual networking Part-8: Load balancing Algorithms
Here we are with yet another post in this series on uncovering virtual networking. In previous post we discussed, Traffic Shaping. In this post, I will try to dive into network failure detection (NFD) policy options available in vSphere (Specifically ESXi 🙂 ). By the way, starting with this post, we are entering into Teaming … Continue reading Uncovering virtual networking Part-7: Network Failure Detection Policy
In previous post, we discussed about Security policies, MAC change and Forged transmit. With that covered, in this post, we will explore next switch policy which is Traffic Shaping policy. Traffic shaping policy allows ESXi host to shape the network traffic in both directions, Egress(Outbound) and Ingress (Inbound)***. Ok, what does it mean by 'shape … Continue reading Uncovering virtual networking Part-6: Traffic Shaping
In previous part we explored Promiscuous mode policy. In this post, we are going to discuss MAC address Change and Forged Transmit policy settings. Well, these two policies are related to each other. So it is going to make much more sense to discuss both of them together. As the policy name indicates, 'MAC address … Continue reading Uncovering virtual Networking Part-5: Forged transmit and MAC Address change
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In this post, we will explore what is Blast Extreme Network Intelligent Transport or BENIT in Horizon 7.5 & later and Horizon Client 4.8 & Later. However, before we discuss that, it is essential to understand previous technology, i.e, BEAT or Blast Extreme Adaptive Transport. In earlier versions of Horizon Clients, i.e, prior to Horizon … Continue reading What is Blast Extreme Network Intelligent Transport (BENIT)?
Welcome everyone to this series on upgrading Horizon environment to 7.12 release. In this series, I will upgrade Horizon 7.7 environment that is running in my test lab to Horizon 7.12 release. During this process, we will try to understand Upgrade path, product interoperability, upgrade order, upgrade process for each of the component. Horizon 7.x … Continue reading Series: Upgrading to Horizon 7.12, How to?
Horizon View Composer server is optional and it is required only if we are planning to use linked clones in the environment. In previous post, we discussed the Upgrade order, Product interoperability, Database compatibility and upgrade process for Horizon Client. Since we are discussing how to upgrade to Horizon 7.12 release, and I already have … Continue reading Upgrading Horizon View Composer to 7.12, How to?
Here is another instalment in this upgrade Horizon Series. In this post we will go through the process of upgrading individual connection server to Horizon 7.12 release and then will refer to POD and Cloud POD architecture. As of previous post, we have successfully upgraded, Horizon clients and View composer server. Before we go into … Continue reading Upgrading Horizon Connection Server to 7.12 Release, How to?
In previous post, we have discussed Connection Server upgrade process. So we can move towards end of this blog post series. So this post will be the last in this series of upgrading to Horizon 7.12 Release. In this post, we will upgrade the GPO Policies, upgrade Horizon Agent as the last block of the … Continue reading Upgrading to Horizon View 7.12 Release series wrap-up