Our customer, German Aerospace, co-presented with our CEO Stan and you can view a recording of the whole presentation:
We are delighted to announce we’ve partnered with Systematika in Italy
The title sounds promising, doesn’t it? Pay attention, because I’m going to show how you can leverage the Runecast Analyzer REST API from vRO to automatically remediate issues in your vSphere environment.
In this article, I’m going to show how you can perform REST request to Runecast Analyzer from vRO.
This post is a quick update on our global expansion via our partner network.
Runecast today announced its successful Series Seed fundraising from leading Central European investors Credo Ventures, Prague, and Limerock Fund Manager, Bratislava.
This month we were happy to participate in the AGORA plus workshop.
Brigham Young University utilizes Runecast Analyzer to increase performance and mitigate outages risk
Runecast, a leading provider of predictive analytics for VMware® vSphere® environments, today announced the availability of the latest version of Runecast Analyzer.
Indonesian Cloud increases efficiency and audit readiness
The first VMUG London for 2017 took place on a sunny Thursday, January 19th, at the familiar techUK location.
Looking back at 2016, we see a year that has brought many global changes. If we wanted to summarize what this year was all about for Runecast - it would be: develop, sell, expand, repeat.
Not long ago we released Runecast Analyzer 22.214.171.124 and introduced the new annotations functionality. Guess what! We are already at v126.96.36.199!
In case you are already running ESXi 6.0, be aware of VMware KB2145106. It describes an issue where ESXi 6.0 gets disconnected and appears as Not Responding in vCenter. Currently, there is no resolution, apart from disabling the SMART deamon (smartd).
We are announcing a new Notes feature as part of Runecast Analyzer v188.8.131.52 released last week.
Be aware that using either E1000 or E1000e on an ESXi 5.x host can pose a serious danger, depending on your host patch level.
To sum up, if you have ESXi hosts running 6.0 U2 with LRO enabled and hosting VMs with hardware version 11, you should take quick actions to avoid PSOD.
This article's purpose is to shed more light on the benefits of using the VMware KBs (Knowledge Base articles) in a proactive way - aimed at improving system resilience and performance. This can be achieved by minimizing the likelihood of service-impacting incidents or events from occurring and/or to mitigate the impact if they do occur.