Another continuation of my main blog post and working through my 3 use cases, this one happens to be something a lot of people have been asking me about. 2 node vSAN edge site with a remote witness, but what if the remote witness was in the same room and running on a Raspberry Pi.Continue reading “vSAN Witness on ESXiOnPi”
Continuing up on my main blog post around using Raspberry Pi4b devices with the vSphere Fling, my first use case involves create a 2-node vSAN cluster on these devices using a virtual remote witness. Here’s how I set this up in my homelab. Assuming you already have 2 Raspberry Pi4b devices installed and configured withContinue reading “Create a vSAN 2 Node cluster on ESXi On Pi”
Running VMware vSphere on a Raspberry Pi 4
Ever wanted to simplify logging into vSphere hosts with more granular security controls?
I’ve had a lot of questions on how my upgrade went to vSphere 7 in my home-lab. I thought I’d share how I was able to get vSphere 7 up and running on a lab using hardware that isn’t on the VMware Hardware Compatibility List. So what you see here are 5 Dell R71 Servers,Continue reading “Home-Lab Upgrade to vSphere 7”