How to enable EVC (Enhanced vMotion Compatibility) on VMWare cluster v6.0

In today’s post we’ll see what is EVC, in which case is needed and how we can enable it on VMWare cluster. What is EVC Let’s see first what is EVC – source VMWare: EVC stands for Enhanced vMotion Compatibility. This is a vCenter cluster feature which simplifies vMotion compatibility issues across CPU generations. EVC automatically configures server CPUs with Intel FlexMigration or AMD-V Extended Migration technologies to be compatible

VMWare: vCenter 6.5 Upgrade Fails with VIX error

I had to upgrade vCenter from 6.0 to 6.5. It’s not the first one, I made a few recently cause we have a client with many sites that should be upgraded. Everything was good prepared or at least I was thinking so and I was ready to start. In the evening, after the working hours as it was planned, I’ve started and quite soon, at the 3rd step of stage

How to enable execution of PowerShell scripts and enable VMWare vSphere PowerCLI.

As a System Administrator, you can reduce sometimes a considerably amount of time by running PowerShell scripts across your Windows Systems. Most of the scripts that you find online will not run if you haven’t configured previously PowerShell, and will throw you an unpleasant error in red fonts.My Windows is in German, so the error could look even scarier. As you can see, my problem is with VMWare vSphere PowerCLI