#HomelabWednesday - How to set up and perform a VMware vMotion

  • 19 January 2022
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In this week's episode of #HomelabWednesdays, I show you how to set up and perform a VMware vMotion.

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:grin::grin::grin: do have a bunch of little helpers in your house? Or how do you manage to publish videos at this rate?

Thank you, this is another great and useful video. :sunglasses::thumbsup_tone3:

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:grin::grin::grin: do have a bunch of little helpers in your house? Or how do you manage to publish videos at this rate?

Thank you, this is another great and useful video. :sunglasses::thumbsup_tone3:

Haha, sometimes I record many at a time then post-process as time permits in the evenings or weekends :)

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Wow nice!  So Homelab stuff on top of training videos love it.  Keep them coming Rasmus. :sunglasses:

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Let me know if you have certain topics you would like to see get build out in the lab.

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Let me know if you have certain topics you would like to see get build out in the lab.

I will try to think of some topics that I do or have done in my homelab and post them. :smiley::thumbsup_tone2:

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Let me know if you have certain topics you would like to see get build out in the lab.

Upgrade the ESXi’s driver or firmware with vSphere Lifecycle Manager.

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@haslund if you’ll do another series like VMCA but this time about homelab, Veeam community need a new badge only for you. :heart_eyes:

@Kseniya 

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@haslund if you’ll do another series like VMCA but this time about homelab, Veeam community need a new badge only for you. :heart_eyes:

@Kseniya

You have me convinced :)

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@haslund : Nice !

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