DEMO: vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA) 6.5 – Part 2 (Configuration, Backup, & Restore)

DEMO: vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA) 6.5 – Part 2

(Configuration, Backup, & Restore)

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This enablement video is part 2 of a video series. In part 1, I  showed you how to deploy the vCenter Server Appliance 6.5. In Part 2, I show you how to configure the appliance itself from the appliance admin console and go through some initial settings. Then I show you the new feature in the VCSA 6.5 appliance where you can directly backup and restore VCSA from the appliance itself. This is one of the new features of the VCSA 6.5. This like some of the other new features (Builtin  – HA / Update Manager) are only available in the VCSA 6.5, but not in the Windows-based version of vCenter Server 6.5.

If you missed Part 1 of this demo series, I highly recommend you watch it first before watching Part 2. Then after watching Part 1 & 2, watch Part 3 which covers configuring the vCenter Server via the vSphere Web Client.

DEMO: VCSA 6.5 – Part 1 (Deploying):   https://youtu.be/h8zmNXSlIu0

DEMO: VCSA 6.5 – Part 2 (Configuration, Backup, & Restore):   https://youtu.be/s3fbojeXzys

DEMO: VCSA 6.5 – Part 3 (vCenter Configuration):   https://youtu.be/sO7rfqtv_S0

Check Out The New "What's New" Tab On The Site!

Check Out The New “What’s New” Tab On The Site!

 

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On the “What’s New” tab, I will provide information related to What’s New from VMware in regards to newly released solutions, major/minor version releases to existing solutions, and potentially other VMware announcements I think you should be aware of. So keep an eye out for updated information on this tab on a regular basis to stay up-to-date on new and updated VMware solutions!

 

 

 

Check Out The New “What’s New” Tab On The Site!

Check Out The New “What’s New” Tab On The Site!

 

2016-12-02_14-34-58

On the “What’s New” tab, I will provide information related to What’s New from VMware in regards to newly released solutions, major/minor version releases to existing solutions, and potentially other VMware announcements I think you should be aware of. So keep an eye out for updated information on this tab on a regular basis to stay up-to-date on new and updated VMware solutions!