Upgrading a Kubernetes Cluster

In today’s blog posting I want to show you how you can upgrade a locally deployed Kubernetes Cluster to a newer version. This seems to be a very simple task, but there are a few pitfalls that you have to be aware of. Overview First of all, you have to ...

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SQLpassion Online Training about SQL Server on VMware

On October 8, 2020 I will run an SQLpassion Online Training about how to run SQL Server successfully on VMware vSphere. In this one-day long workshop we will look at the core resources used by SQL Server on VMware vSphere, and how you have to configure them to get the ...

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Jumbo Frames on the Cisco Nexus 3064PQ Switch

To be able to provide a 10- and 40 GBit network connectivity in my Home Lab, I’m using a refurbished Cisco Nexus 3064PQ Switch. Because I want to experiment with the native vSphere 7 Kubernetes Integration, I also need to install and configure NSX-T 3.0 – the Network Virtualization solution ...

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SQLpassion Online Training about Availability Groups

On June 7, 2020 I will run an SQLpassion Online Training about SQL Server Availability Groups. You will learn in this Online Training how to deploy and run SQL Server Availability Group solutions from the initial setup to more complex scenarios where Load Balancing is also involved. Throughout the course ...

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My Home Lab Upgrade to vSphere 7.0

As you know, VMware has released a few weeks ago vSphere 7.0. Therefore, it was for me an almost mandatory step to upgrade my serious Home Lab from 6.7 U3 to 7.0. In this blog posting I want to describe the necessary steps, and with which problems I had to ...

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