If you are running ESXi 6.5 with IPv6 disabled, you are at risk of a host failure with PSOD.
Everything you need to know about PSOD.
The Runecast vRO plugin version 1.0.3 comes with built-in workflows for enforcing security configuration for VMs, Hosts and DVPortgroups.
Once integrated, the solution offers predictive issue detection together with detailed configuration, best practices, and security analysis. Admins are presented with easy ‘how-to’ guides to prevent all the issues.
Today we are excited to share that Runecast is announcing Runecast Analyzer 1.7.5, a patent pending proactive VMware vSphere management solution. The release brings full support of the automated knowledge base and best practice checks for the recently released vSphere 6.7.
NSX for vSphere 6.4 was released a few months back (January 16, 2018) bringing many improvements. One of which is a new NSX default homepage, known as Dashboard.
Spectre and Meltdown are security vulnerabilities that are now familiar to the VMware community.
In less than two weeks our engineers traveled to three different continents.
This release brings "Knowledge Definition" updates (a slick mechanism enabling rapid updates for all new/updated vSphere and vSAN knowledge). Previously, users updated the virtual appliance with each new release (including knowledge definitions) meaning a slower release cycle for updates.
Runecast Analyzer review and comparison against VMware Skyline service
The Purple Screen of Death (PSOD) is a fatal crash of VMware ESX/ESXi hosts which kills all active Virtual Machines.
Introducing VMware vSAN and VMware "stack" in Runecast Analyzer v1.7
Runecast won Virtualization category in TechtrailBlazers awards for 2017
Sometimes a simple tool is the most powerful one.
Since these vulnerabilities were publicly disclosed, there have been several articles (Security Advisories and KBs) and recommendations on how to patch VMware environments.
This version brings the ability to scan and detect CPU chip vulnerabilities known as "MeltDown" and "Spectre" on your VMware infrastructure.
We are updating our product immediately there is a new patch or update from VMware.
We want you to make the most out of every day you use Runecast Analyzer. To help with that, we’ve prepared this evaluation tutorial that covers how to best use Analyzer to protect your VMware environment against issues and security threats.
Runecast Analyzer is distributed as standard OVA, making it easy to deploy and manage. A few times, when customers were moving Runecast Analyzer from PoC to production we were asked if it's possible just to change the IP and keep the current configuration. Yes, it is!
There couldn't be a better way to wrap up 2017 than attending a VMUG meeting in our homeland, Czech Republic.
Back in September, we were delighted to learn that Runecast Analyzer was a finalist in the SVC Awards in the Software Defined Infrastructure Product of the Year category.
Runecast has been a devoted VMware User Group supporter, especially in 2017. We sponsor VMUG events all over the globe - in US, Australia and Europe. We have been grateful for the opportunity to meet our community peers and have direct discussions on the problems and needs in IT operations.
VMworld is all about networking. And we did a lot of that!
Today we released the first version of vRealize Orchestrator Plug-In for Runecast Analyzer!
We give you the Runecast Web Client plug-in. Once deployed and registered with your Runecast Analyzer instance, it will seamlessly integrate with the Web Client interface and provide details of potential problems directly in the Web interface all vSphere admins love (or hate) to use. See the Runecast User Guide for more information on how to set up the Web Client plugin.
Almost all aspects of the product are now covered, including its configuration.
We’re very proud to sponsor vBreakfast this year and hope to see many of you there.