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The home lab environment is a great tool for getting started learning VMware and other technologies. It provides the basis to spin up workloads and learn at your leisure without worries of disrupting production environments. There are 5 recommendations I have for you to get started with your VMware Home Lab. They are: Start out small with the home lab Invest in good equipment Buy a VMUG subscription Leverage the Microsoft Eval Center Do backup your lab environment In this overview video, we talk about each of these areas, why they are important, and how you can achieve good results building your own home lab for learning, testing, and other purposes. Take a look at a few blog posts I have written here: Tanzu Kubernetes home lab: 🤍 Home lab network design: 🤍 VMware Horizon Home Lab build: 🤍 Home Lab 10 gig network upgrade: 🤍 Supermicro VMware Home Lab Automatic Power on and Power off: 🤍 Supermicro VMware Home Lab: 🤍
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VMware recently released VMware Workstation 17 Pro with many great new features, including new guest operating system support, fast encryption, TPM 2.0, OpenGL 4.3 and WDDM 1.2 support among others. We take a quick look at the new features and how these will be great upgrades for home lab environments. Subscribe to the channel: 🤍 My blog: 🤍 _ Social Media: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Github: 🤍 Introduction to VMware Workstation Pro and desktop virtualization - 0:00 Introducing the new features of VMware Workstation 17 Pro - 0:57 New guest operating system support such as Windows 11 and Windows Server 2022 - 1:20 Looking at creating a new Windows 11 support - 2:00 Looking at the new encryption information screen with VMware Workstation 17 Pro - 2:43 Choosing the encryption type for guest operating systems - 3:17 Fast encryption option and files it encrypts - 3:30 Looking at full encryption vs fast encryption - 4:00 Benefits of fast encryption - 4:15 Remembering the password for encrypted virtual machines - 4:40 Looking at the auto start feature - 5:24 Looking at the interface of the new auto start feature - 5:43 Looking at changing the start order of the virtual machines in auto start - 6:15 Looking at using the new auto start feature in the home lab - 6:36 Looking at TPM 2.0 support - 7:10 VMware Workstation 17 Pro automatically adds TPM 2.0 - 7:34 Support for OpenGL 4.3 and WDDM 1.2 - 8:16 Wrapping up talking about desktop virtualization and VMware Workstation 17 Pro features - 8:30 Written blog post covering VMware Workstation 17 Pro: 🤍 A look at my home lab environment: 🤍
On this episode of the Virtually Speaking Podcast Pete and John welcome VMware Sr Staff Solution Architect and prolific blogger William Lam to discuss homelab recommendations for vSphere 8.
Need to run to the Data Center? You’ll need some super nerdy shoes from Vessi: 🤍 (Use code: chuck to get $25 off your order!) I bought a new (old) server to add to my lab!! Buying an old Dell PowerEdge Server or an HP Proliant is the best thing you can do to beef up your lab and start learning. In this video, I walk you through how I set it up with VMware ESXi 6.7 (Vsphere) as the hypervisor. VMware ESXi 6.7 (FREE LICENSE KEY): 🤍 Stuff from the video - Buy my server: 🤍 (12-Core 64GB RAM 12TB Raid PowerEdge R710) (affiliate) Flash Drive: 🤍 🔥🔥Join the NetworkChuck membership: 🤍 Sponsored by Vessi SUPPORT NETWORKCHUCK - ➡️NetworkChuck membership: 🤍 ☕☕ COFFEE and MERCH: 🤍 Check out my new channel: 🤍 🆘🆘NEED HELP?? Join the Discord Server: 🤍 STUDY WITH ME on Twitch: 🤍 READY TO LEARN?? - -Learn Python: 🤍 -Get your CCNA: 🤍 FOLLOW ME EVERYWHERE - Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Join the Discord server: 🤍 0:00 ⏩ Intro 2:13 ⏩ What You’ll Need 3:53 ⏩ Installing VMware 8:10 ⏩ Raid Configuration 9:40 ⏩ Launching ESXi 6.7 (Vsphere) 11:33 ⏩ Setting Static IP 13:44 ⏩ Setting up VMware 15:51 ⏩ Booting up VMware AFFILIATES & REFERRALS - (GEAR I USE...STUFF I RECOMMEND) My network gear: 🤍 Amazon Affiliate Store: 🤍 Buy a Raspberry Pi: 🤍 #Vessi #NewServer #VSPHERE
In previous videos, I provided partial walkthroughs of my nested #VMware #Homelab environment running #vSphere and #NSX. For this new video series, I will be doing a complete, #step-by-step rebuild of my homelab. In this first video, I explain the concept of #nested #virtualization, provide a overview of the #Supermicro #Superserver I use in my homelab, and provide a step-by-step guide on how to create a #bootable #usbdrive to install #ESXi. 📚 Check out my blog on VMware and Cloud technology: 🤍 🐦Connect with me: Twitter ➔ 🤍 LinkedIn ➔ 🤍 ⏱ TIMESTAMPS: 0:03 Opening 1:04 Introduction to nested virtualization 5:31 Server hardware overview 6:33 Creating a bootable USB drive with ESXi 7.0 9:29 Closing words 💻 Relevant links mentioned in the video: - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍
This is my home lab tour 2023, including the hardware, servers, networking, software, monitoring, notifications, and other changes made this year. Hopefully you guys will enjoy the technologies and applications I am using in the home lab in 2023. Subscribe to the channel: 🤍 My blog: 🤍 _ Social Media: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Github: 🤍 A bit of RGB to get started! - 0:00 Introduction to the evolution of my home lab - 0:27 A discussion of hardware and changes - 1:10 Overview of firewall upgrade this year - 1:23 Detailing the addition of Intel Optane storage to the home lab vSAN cluster - 1:40 Streamlined cabling this past year - 2:18 I have installed 2 light bars in the server rack - 2:42 No other major changes on the network side of things - 3:32 Thinking about 25 gig - 3:55 Overview of my 6 Supermicro hosts - 4:12 103 GHz, 766 GB memory, 31.84 TB of virtualization resources, 26 TB of Synology storage - 4:44 Overview of software changes - 5:02 Upgraded to VMware vSphere 8 and vSAN 8 - 5:12 Other hypervisors: Proxmox and Hyper-V standalone and clusters - 5:38 Also running 4 Docker hosts as virtual machines - 5:59 Pihole, Uptime-Kuma, Unifi network controller, arpwatch, Pialert, GestioIP, Mailrise, Traefik, Twingate - 6:13 Kubernetes distros in the lab - 6:48 3 Rancher controlled RKE clusters - 6:53 K3s cluster and 3-node Microk8s cluster - 7:29 Added a VMware Tanzu cluster in the home lab - 7:43 Monitoring in the home lab in 2023 - 8:08 PRTG from Paessler for monitoring - 8:24 Other solutions in addition to PRTG - 9:08 VMware vRealize operations in the home lab - 9:21 Running Uptime-Kuma - 10:10 Prometheus and Grafana - 10:42 Talking about backups in the home lab - 10:52 The variety of backup solutions using in the home lab - 11:23 Mailrise for notification services - 12:14 RGB of my home lab server rack - 13:19 Home lab written specs: 🤍 Supermicro VMware Home lab: 🤍
Are you looking at buying or building new hardware for your home lab enviroment? Are you looking for the best home server, best docker container server, or best virtualization server to fit your use case? I have been using Supermicro Edge/IoT servers in my home lab since the beginning as they have a great mix of features, functionality, and capabilities for my needs. I recently added a Supermicro E300-9D-8CN8TP server to my fleet. Take a look at the video as I describe the new server, show the inside of the server, hardware, add-on cards, RAM, and discuss networking. Subscribe to the channel: 🤍 My blog: 🤍 _ Social Media: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Github: 🤍 Introduction to home lab hardware and new Supermicro server - 0:00 Taking a quick overview look at the E300-9D server - 0:51 Describing why I use the Supermicro Edge servers - 1:24 Looking at the server on the bench - 2:16 Looking at the rack mount brackets, etc - 2:55 Taking off the top cover and looking at the inside - 3:04 The inside plate covering the internals - 3:15 Describing the hard drive mounting options - 3:30 Looking at the Supermicro add-on card for additional NVMe capacity - 3:51 Describing the memory configuration - 4:26 Describing the CPU configuration and model - 4:35 Describing the networking capabilities - 5:28 6 1Gbps ports and 2 10Gbps - 5:38 Describing the built-in IPMI management - 5:50 License for OOB firmware and update management capabilities - 6:10 Possibilities of configuring networking, VLANs, carving out traffic - 6:33 Converged networking configurations - 7:00 Concluding thoughts of the new Supermicro Edge IoT server for home labs - 7:30 Best Docker Containers for Home server: 🤍 Best Quiet Home Server in 2022 for Virtualization: 🤍 Virtualization vs Containerization in 2022 home lab: 🤍
For those that are running VMware ESXi in their home lab or production environments, there are many configurations that you will likely want to make on your ESXi host. Many of the configuration changes that need to be made will help to prepare your host for high availability, proper time synchronization, network configuration, storage, licensing, and adding your ESXi hosts to vCenter Server. In this video, I cover the first things I do on a VMware ESXi installation. Subscribe to the channel: 🤍 My blog: 🤍 _ Social Media: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Github: 🤍 Introduction to configuration changes to VMware ESXi - 0:00 Configuring the management interface - 0:48 Describing the Direct Console User Interface (DCUI) - 1:12 Configuring the management network - 1:33 Network adapter configuration - 1:45 Adding an additional network adapter for the management interface - 2:00 Configuring a specific VLAN for management traffic - 2:32 Setting a static IP address - 3:39 DNS configuration and DNS servers - 3:52 Setting the hostname - 4:00 DNS suffixes for DNS search suffixes - 4:13 Applying the changes and restarting the management network - 4:35 Logging into the ESXi host client - 4:55 Enabling SSH on your ESXi host - 5:12 Testing SSH connectivity to the ESXi host - 5:24 Patching the VMware ESXi host - 5:35 Software profiles and how they are used - 5:58 Getting the software profile - 6:06 Using the esxcli software profile update to update the ESXi server - 7:01 Setting the NTP server configuration in VMware ESXi - 7:35 Starting the NTP service - 8:38 Pointing your ESXi host to a syslog server - 9:03 Restarting the syslog service - 9:46 Adding the software iSCSI adapter - 9:54 Configuring iSCSI software adapter - 10:33 Adding a standalone ESXi host to a vCenter Server - 11:20 Beginning the add host wizard in vSphere Client to add to vCenter Server - 12:05 Behavior of the host after first adding to vCenter Server - 13:05 Adding VMkernel adapters in vSphere on your ESXi hosts - 13:29 Beginning the process to add VMkernel adapters and IP addresses - 14:00 Configuring the port properites - 14:25 Licensing the ESXi host - 15:22 Adding the license in the host client - 15:48 Adding a license in vCenter Server - 16:20 Concluding thoughts on ESXi settings I add on my VMware ESXi hosts - 17:32 VMware ESXi 8.0 Host client 2: 🤍 Upgrade to ESXi 8.0 in three ways: 🤍 VMware vSphere 8 download links: 🤍
I'm kicking off my next generation home lab with this first look in to my choice for an ESXi 8 host. I plan to evolve this host into a #vmware #vsan ESA cluster with #intel Optane drives. NOTE: This is just a first look around some of the ideas I'm forming for my next generation home lab and in no way is this my final build. I recommend folks check out my play list to see how this Home Lab evolves. 🤍 *Update* Mar-20-2023: My most current Build of Materials (BOM) can be found here: 🤍 There will be more videos to come as this series evolves! #Optane #IntelXeon #Xeon #vExpert #VMware #Cloud #DataCenter
It was about time I refreshed my 2x Dell R710 servers in my home lab. I got a small but powerful Intel NUC and installed free VMware ESXi 7 hypervisor on there. I documented the install with this video as well as an article with detailed steps. 🤍 // JOIN THE COMMUNITY! We're here to serve F5's Community through message forums, technical articles, videos and live streams. DevCentral is the place to get answers, share solutions, learn more about F5 and stay connected with F5 experts. Find all our platform links below and follow our Community Evangelists! DEVCENTRAL: 🤍 YOUTUBE: 🤍 LINKEDIN: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍 Your Community Evangelists: Jason Rahm: 🤍 | 🤍 Peter Silva: 🤍 | 🤍 Buu Lam: 🤍 | 🤍 Aubrey King: 🤍 | 🤍
In this video, I guide you through how to setup Vmware Vsphere 7.0 Home lab on Vmware Workstation 15(ESXI 7,vCenter7, and iSCSI Storage). This VMWare home lab is very useful for beginners who are looking to set up small VMware 7 homelab on his home pc. By the end, you will have vsphere 7.0 home lab ready to test and learn on it. Related Search Queries, vsphere 7.0 homelab vmware 7.0 homelab vmware vsphere 7.0 home lab vmware vsphere 7.0 homelab vmware home lab 7.0 vsphere 7.0 - how to install and configure vmware esxi 7.0 vsphere installation and setup vsphere configuration vsphere 7.0 lab vmware esxi 7.0 homelab vmware homelab 2020 how to build a vsphere 7.0 home lab nested esx 7.0 virtual lab how to setup vmware home lab vsphere home lab vsphere home lab setup vmware home lab setup vmware lab setup step by step vmware lab setup for home vmware lab setup guide home vmware lab home lab vmware esxi vsphere home lab vmware workstation vmware labs free esxi home lab how to setup vmware vsphere home lab in vmware workstation vmware home lab how to setup a vmware lab at home vmware esxi home lab vmware for home building your own vmware vsphere lab vmware workstaion home lab setup how to setup a vmware lab at home vmware lab setup how to setup vmware home lab how to setup vmware lab at home virtualization home lab vcp home lab = You can support my work, paypal.me/VirtualTechbox = Follow me on: Twitter - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 #vSphere7 #VMware7 #VirtualTechBox #ESXi7
I find that many are challenged with understanding basic networking when it comes to building their home labs. I use VMware vSphere in my home lab environment. In the video we walk through understanding the basic constructs of VMware vSphere networking, VLANs, the vSphere standard switch, and networking with nested ESXi virtualization. Subscribe to the channel: 🤍 My blog: 🤍 _ Social Media: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Github: 🤍 Introduction to vSphere networking for home labs - 0:00 Introducting the features of the VMware networking stack - 1:24 How do you do things like tagging VLANS? - 2:00 How do you view the physical layer? - 2:20 Overview of the underlying configuration - 2:31 Describing my nested VMware ESXi environment - 2:50 Looking at the physical network adapters that uplink the ESXi hosts - 3:45 Speed of the network connection and other information - 4:36 Moving on to the default virtual switch and port group - 4:57 Describing vSwitch0 - 5:30 Looking at the management network and VMkernel port - 6:00 Looking at the DCUI to correlate information - 6:25 Looking at the management network in the DCUI - 6:45 Looking at which physical adapters are configured for management access - 7:00 Looking at the IP address configuration in the DCUI - 7:47 Matching up what we see from the DCUI in the vSphere Client - 8:07 Reviewing the overall picture of ESXi networking - 8:19 How do you create VLANs and connecting VMs to VLANs - 9:00 Describing the vSphere port group - 9:23 Looking at the default vSphere port group - VM network - 9:51 No VLAN tag associated with the default VM Network - 10:18 Creating a new port group - 10:37 Assigning a VLAN - 10:54 Assigning a port group to a virtual machine - 11:15 Overview of nested virtualization and networking considerations - 11:46 Describing nested virtualization - 12:43 How to think about nested ESXi networking - 13:30 Talking about tagged VLAN frames - 14:17 The requirements for the physical uplinks tagged with the appropriate VLAN frames - 15:31 Wrapping up the networking basics class for vSphere networking basics - 16:03 My VMware Home lab: 🤍
We love the Intel NUC. It's small, compact and perfect for every homelab! There are 10 steps that we'll cover in this video to get your Intel NUC up and running and working with VMware. Here's the NUC - 🤍 Want to secure your web browser and stop hackers? ➤➤ 20% off Guardio - 🤍 THE STEPS - 1. The Setup 2. Build your NUC - 🤍 3. Getting VMware ESXi 4. Make a bootable USB Stick 5. Boot from USB and Install ESXi (F10 at Boot) 6. Add a Static IP - Press F2 | Configure Management Network | IPv4 Configuration | Set Static IP 7. Login to Your ESXi Host 8. Download some ISO’s 9. Build some VM’s 10. Configure the Operating System STUFF I RECOMMEND 👉 Best VPN | Best Deal - 🤍 👉 VMware in the Cloud - 🤍 👉 Run Windows on Your Mac - 🤍 👉 Speed up Your Mac - 🤍 👉 Get a .99c Domain - 🤍 🎓 MY TRAINING COURSES 🎓 🤍 MY GEAR (some of it…) ➤ Intel NUC Mini PC - 🤍 ➤ ZimaBoard Server - 🤍 ➤ Raspberry Pi - 🤍 ➤ NAS 2-Bay | Terramaster FS0210 - 🤍 ➤ NAS 6-Bay | Synology DS1621+ - 🤍 ➤ 34" Curved Wide Monitor - 🤍 ➤ Digital Camera | Sony A7C - 🤍 ➤ Shure SM7B Mic - 🤍 ➤ Speakers | Presonus E5 XT - 🤍 👉 Full List of my Gear: 🤍 ABOUT ME: My name is Emilio Aguero and I’m a technology enthusiast from Melbourne Australia. I’ve been into computers ever since setting up my first pentium computer years ago. I love technology and make videos about all things tech every week. Would love it if you support my channel by subscribing and staying up to date with what I'm releasing! ⮕⮕ New Videos Every Monday 3pm GMT ⬅⬅ GET IN TOUCH: 👉 Reach out for affiliate/sponsorship enquiries | See my About page or my website 🤍
I had the opportunity recently to invest a little in upgrading my home lab. I decided on picking up two Intel NUC11 Performance mini PCs, which will run my VMware ESX lab. In this video, we'll walk through what I bought & why, assembling the Intel NUCs, and installing/configuring ESX (including building a custom install image for the NUC drivers). Full parts list & links to the VMware community drivers on my blog: 🤍 Links / Follow me elsewhere: - Blog: 🤍 - Twitter: 🤍 - Mastodon/Fediverse: 🤍matt🤍0x2142.com - GitHub: 🤍 If this video was helpful to you, please consider subscribing & sharing! Please leave a comment if you would like similar content! Thank you!!! Thanks for watching! - Matt ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Chapters: 0:00 - Intro & Current Lab info 1:35 - Parts List 3:18 - Intel NUC Assembly 6:49 - Building Custom ESX Install Image with NUC Drivers 11:08 - Checking NUC BIOS Settings 12:33 - Installing ESX on Intel NUC 14:48 - ESX Local Console Config (Management Network) 16:52 - Installing Custom Drivers via ESXCLI 20:10 - Configuring vMotion Network 21:49 - Connecting to Synology iSCSI 24:07 - Add New Host to vSphere 25:30 - vMotion Performance Test over 2.5GbE Standard Disclaimer: Any comments / opinions here are my own, and do not represent my current or former employers.
This video demonstrates how to install vSphere and vCenter for home lab purposes. With vSphere being one of the most prominent enterprise hypervisors, this video is designed to aid knowledge seekers so they can quickly deploy vSphere and potentially vCenter. Inside, you will find the installation steps as well as configuration for the following items: - General hypervisor installation - Portgroups and VLAN assignment - IDS Port Mirroring - VMkernel tuning - Virtual Switch security - Logic for creating multiple virtual switches with physical adapters - Central management with vCenter - Cluster configuration with DRS and HA 00:20 - Intro 02:04 - Step 1 - Download ISOs 03:13 - Step 2 - Make Install USB 06:26 - Step 3 - Install vSphere 11:08 - Step 4 - Configure vSphere 26:19 - Step 5 - Install vCenter 34:33 - Step 6 - Configure Cluster
So I aquired a bunch of old computers and experimented with getting VMware ESXi installed across all of them. Results varied, with some computers not able to install ESXi, others we needed to play with different version of ESXi from v8, v7 and v6. Some of my homelab gear - 1) Routers / Firewalls - 🤍 2) Switches - 🤍 3) Servers/Computers - 🤍 4) Storage (NAS) - 🤍 5) Server Rack - 🤍 STUFF I RECOMMEND 👉 Best VPN | Best Deal - 🤍 👉 VMware in the Cloud - 🤍 👉 Run Windows on Your Mac - 🤍 👉 Speed up Your Mac - 🤍 👉 Get a .99c Domain - 🤍 🎓 MY TRAINING COURSES 🎓 🤍 MY GEAR (some of it…) ➤ Intel NUC Mini PC - 🤍 ➤ ZimaBoard Server - 🤍 ➤ Raspberry Pi - 🤍 ➤ NAS 2-Bay | Terramaster FS0210 - 🤍 ➤ NAS 6-Bay | Synology DS1621+ - 🤍 ➤ 34" Curved Wide Monitor - 🤍 ➤ Digital Camera | Sony A7C - 🤍 ➤ Shure SM7B Mic - 🤍 ➤ Speakers | Presonus E5 XT - 🤍 👉 Full List of my Gear: 🤍 ABOUT ME: My name is Emilio Aguero and I’m a technology enthusiast from Melbourne Australia. I’ve been into computers ever since setting up my first pentium computer years ago. I love technology and make videos about all things tech every week. Would love it if you support my channel by subscribing and staying up to date with what I'm releasing! ⮕⮕ New Videos Every Monday 3pm GMT ⬅⬅ GET IN TOUCH: 👉 Reach out for affiliate/sponsorship enquiries | See my About page or my website 🤍
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In previous videos, I provided partial walkthroughs of my nested #VMware #Homelab environment running #vSphere and #NSX. For this new video series, I will be doing a complete, #step-by-step rebuild of my homelab. In this second video, we install #ESXi using the installation #USBdrive we created earlier om the #Supermicro #Superserver. We also configure our core network settings so we can run nested ESXi servers. Finally, we deploy three #nested ESXi servers using William Lam's Nested #Virtualization #OVA templates. 📚 Check out my blog on VMware and Cloud technology: 🤍 🐦Connect with me: Twitter ➔ 🤍 LinkedIn ➔ 🤍 ⏱ TIMESTAMPS: 0:03 Opening 0:41 ESXi installation 3:00 ESXi core configuration using the Web UI 5:33 Nested ESXi deployment and configuration 17:19 Closing words 💻 Relevant links mentioned in the video: - 🤍
VMware has a killer new storage solution that is found in the latest vSphere 8 and vSAN 8 release. The new storage architecture found in vSAN 8 known as the Express Storage Architecture is a great new storage solution that is even simpler for home lab use and can be enabled with a single drive in each cluster host. We take a look at the new architecture and then look at configuring the new vSAN ESA. Subscribe to the channel: 🤍 My blog: 🤍 _ Social Media: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Github: 🤍 Introduction - 0:00 Where storage technology has come over the years - 1:05 Looking at where storage has come in 2022 - 1:45 Elimination of the two-tier storage approach - 2:23 Storage Pool and all devices configured in vSAN storage are capacity and performance - 2:48 Log Structured File system with efficiency improvements - 3:21 Encryption and compression are repositioned and more efficient with vSAN 8 - 3:38 Beginning configuration of the Express Storage Architecture - 4:03 Launching the configure vSAN storage wizard - 4:29 New default is the Express Storage Architecture ESA - 4:41 Services configuration - 4:57 Claiming disks for vSAN ESA - 5:08 I don't have certified drives but we can still install - 5:23 Enabling Express Storage Architecture with a single disk from each host - 6:00 Creating fault domains - 6:40 Reviewing the configuration - 6:55 vCenter Server tasks kick off in vSphere Client - 7:13 Disks are added to hosts in the vSAN Cluster - 7:34 Looking at disk management - 8:00 Discussing viability of ESA for home labs - 8:33 Concluding thoughts with vSAN Express Storage Architecture and home lab thoughts - 8:53 Configure vSAN Express Storage Architecture ESA: 🤍 Upgrade to ESXi 8 in three ways: 🤍 VMware vSphere 8 Download links: 🤍
Learn how to install and setup a VMware ESXi homelab server! I'll walk you through how to configure your ESXi server and prepare it for an isolated lab environment that still has Internet access. There's too much to fit into one video so be sure to check out parts 1 and 2 as well! Part 2 - Installing and Configuring pfSense in a Homelab 🤍 Part 3 - Installing Windows Domain Controller 2020 🤍
In previous videos, I provided partial walkthroughs of my nested #VMware #Homelab environment running #vSphere and #NSX. For this new video series, I will be doing a complete, #step-by-step rebuild of my homelab. In this fourth video, we install and configure #vCenter Server, set up our #vSphere Cluster, vSphere Distributed Switches, and #vSAN. 📚 Check out my blog on VMware and Cloud technology: 🤍 🐦Connect with me: Twitter ➔ 🤍 LinkedIn ➔ 🤍 💻 Relevant links mentioned in the video: - 🤍 - 🤍
Quick Update I have updated my Home Lab since this posting. For more information: 🤍 In this video I'll cover some of the components that will be going into my Generation V Home Lab build. More information on the components can be found here: 🤍 Advisement As previously advised: - I had good luck with the HP 593742-001 NC523SFP DUAL PORT SFP+ 10Gb card in my Gen 4 Home Lab, I found it faulty when running in my Gen 5 Home Lab. Could be I was using a PCIe x4 slot in Gen 4, or it could be the card runs to hot to touch. For now this card was removed from VMware HCL, HP has advisories out about it, and after doing some poking around there seem to be lots of issues with it. - I found the x79 Mobo first x16 PCIe slot will only work consistently with Video Cards. This changed my overall design and I highly recommend you review the entire series before making any decisions on whether this build will work for you or not. - Again - Any products I blog about may or may not work - YOU ultimately assume all risk
To welcome the New Year 2023! Update of the new Home Data Center and Home Lab! All Running VMware vSphere 8 / Cloud environment Blog - 🤍 LinkedIn - 🤍 Production Environment: 3 x Dell PowerEdge R740 SFF - vSAN Cluster (10TB All Flash) 1 x Dell PowerEdge R740 LFF - Archive Node (70TB) 1 x Dell PowerEdge R740 LFF - NAS/SAN (100TB) Lab Environment: 3x Dell PowerEdge R730XD Lab environment Networking: 2 x Arista DCS 7050QX-SF 40Gb - Running BGP for VMware Networking and Security (NSX) 1 x Dell PowerEdge R330 pFsense Firewall Each of the new Dell PowerEdge R740s have: - 2 x Intel Xeon Processor Gold 6138 2.0GHZ 27.5M 20 CORE 125W 512 GB DDR4 ECC Micron Memory 6 x 800GB SAS SSDs 1 x Intel BOSS M.2 w/240GB (Boot) 1 x 4x10Gb Intel I350 NDC 2 x Mellanox Connect-X4 ProEN 40Gb/s 2 x 1600watt PSUs 1 x Dell HBA330
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Just a quick video to compare Proxmox with VMware hypervisors performance using some common benchmarking tools. #VMware #Proxmox
Using automation provides a powerful way to ensure your virtual machines, containers, and hosts are configured and managed across the environment consistently, seamlessly, and securely. We take a look at using home lab automation tools to keep VMs and home lab infrastructure updated, configured, and using it to deploy new templates and virtual machines. Subscribe to the channel: 🤍 My blog: 🤍 _ Social Media: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Github: 🤍 Introduction to home lab automation tools I use - 0:00 Hashicorp Packer - what it is and what it does - 1:05 Looking at Packer and a demo of running the command - 1:46 Talking about Packer and how it fully automates operating system installation - 2:20 Introduction to Terraform, what it does, and how you use it - 2:54 Looking at executing Terraform, state files, and configuration - 3:53 Introduction to PowerShell, background, and what it does - 5:08 Introduction to PowerCLI module for PowerShell and how PowerShell is extensible - 5:44 Looking at installing the PowerCLI module - 6:14 Using PowerShell and PowerCLI with Visual Studio Code - 7:04 Introduction to Ansible and configuration management with Playbooks - 7:37 Looking at an inventory file, the Ansible ping command - 8:46 Running an Ansible Playbook to update Linux VMs - 8:56 Wrapping up and thoughts on automation tools in the home lab - 9:20 Building an Ubuntu 22.04 template with Packer: 🤍 Automated Windows Server 2022 Packer Build: 🤍 Terraform vSphere tutorial - Linux Virtual Machine Clone: 🤍 Ansible provisioning VMware VMs: 🤍
Overview of the Hard Disks and SSDs used on my vSphere 7 home lab on Dell T3610 servers Flagged as "Paid Promotion" because I work for VMware in the UK in my day job, however any comments and opinions are entirely my own and may or may not necessarily represent those of my employer. All product features and capabilities are subject to change, but every effort was made to provide accurate information at the time of recording.
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Looking at building your own #VMWare #ESXi hypervisor server for your #Homelab or #SMB? In this video I walk through the hardware choices for my custom built ESX server. Cool Amazon Stuff 👍👍 Don't Have Amazon Prime Yet? Try It FREE for 30 Days! 🤍 Try Audible Plus: 🤍 Give The Gift Of Audible: 🤍 Try Audible Premium Plus and Get Up to TWO FREE Audiobooks: 🤍 Don't Have That Kindle Membership Yet? Learn More Here: 🤍 Check Out Amazon Prime Music Here: 🤍 I have always had multiple VMBox projects on my main and secondary desktop PCs and even one or two light weight Ubuntu VMs on my laptop. At a certain point I knew I needed to centralize all of this some how to more efficiently allocate system resources. By day, I work in IT (so by night I can work on YT) and building a server like this seemed like a great idea to learn basic concepts around virtualization, networking, storage, and overall system management. This server is running a Supermicro X10DRi motherboard with two Xeon E5-2660v3 CPUs. Right now I have 64GB of DDR4 registered ECC memory installed. I have a few PCIe cards installed already, some for passthrough to specific VMs and some for the system as a whole. Supermicro Store on Amazon: 🤍 AMD Ryzen CPUs: 🤍 Noctua Store on Amazon: 🤍 Ryzen 5000 Series CPUs: 🤍 RTX 3000 series GPUs: 🤍 🔥🔥Litter Robot 3 (LR3) Auto Cleaning Litter box: 🤍 🔥🔥 Gaming PC Build list: Ryzen 5600X: 🤍 Abkoncore CT404B Dual Sync ARGB Cooler: 🤍 ASUS TUf x570: 🤍 32GB G.Skill DDR4: 🤍 Gigabyte RTX 3070 8GB: 🤍 Samsung 970 M.2 PCIe x4 SSD: 🤍 be quiet! Dark Base 700 Gaming Case: 🤍 upHere Wireless RGB LED 120mm (5 fan kit) ARGB fan kit: 🤍 AresGame AVG650 PSU: 🤍 AMD Ryzen CPUs: 🤍 Noctua Store on Amazon: 🤍 RTTX 3000 Series GPUs: 🤍 More Cool Tech Stuff: 🤍 PC Builds: 🤍 Homelab / Mini Data Center: 🤍 Component Reviews: 🤍 Cool Amazon Stuff 👍👍 Don't Have Amazon Prime Yet? Try It FREE for 30 Days! 🤍 Try Audible Plus: 🤍 Give The Gift Of Audible: 🤍 Try Audible Premium Plus and Get Up to TWO FREE Audiobooks: 🤍 Don't Have That Kindle Membership Yet? Learn More Here: 🤍 Check Out Amazon Prime Music Here: 🤍 Social: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Amazon links in this description and in the comments section may be Affiliate links. These links help support the channel and are free for you to use. When you buy something on Amazon, a small percentage is paid to the channel. This helps me reinvest in new hardware and equipment to keep making more higher quality videos. Music Provided by YouTube Audio Library License: The DeLong Incident by Craig MacArthur 🤍
Building a Kubernetes Home Lab environment from scratch might seem like a daunting task. However, it is actually pretty straightforward with the right tools in place. In this video, we are going to use Kubeadm to initialize a Kubernetes cluster from scratch in our home lab environment. Using Kubeadm takes some of the heavy lifting out of the underlying complexities of Kubernetes. We look at how to build the Kubernetes home lab cluster from scratch step-by-step. Join me in the adventure! Subscribe to the channel: 🤍 My blog: 🤍 _ Social Media: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Github: 🤍 Introduction - 0:00 Talking about the lab environment and virtual machines needed - 0:53 How to leverage virtual machine snapshots in your home lab when learning Kubernetes - 2:13 Disabling virtual machine swap - 3:22 The actual commands to disable swap - 3:50 Installing Docker - 4:13 Installing CURL - 4:25 Adding the repository key for Kubernetes - 4:30 Adding the actual Kubernetes repository - 4:45 Running apt update - 4:55 Installing kubeadm, kubelet, kubectl, and Kubernetes - 5:02 Explaining why we are only running commands on the Kubernetes master node - 5:16 Running the kubeadm init command - 6:00 kubeadm init command finishes successfully and have the kubeadm join command - 6:20 The worker nodes are now caught up with the master node - 6:58 We still have the special join command to copy and paste into our worker nodes - 7:20 Notice the output of workers. They have successfully joined the Kubernetes cluster - 7:45 Kubectl commands are failing. This is because we haven't copied our kubeconfig to our HOME directory - 7:54 Nodes are in the not ready state. This is because we haven't deployed container networking - 8:30 We are going to deploy Calico for container networking - 8:45 After container networking we check the STATE of our Kubernetes nodes - 9:16 Wrapping up and thoughts on building a Kubernetes Home Lab from Scratch - 9:45 If you would like to read a full write up of how to build your Kubernetes Home Lab from scratch using virtual machines, read my blog post found here: - 🤍
In the latest episode of "How to Homelab", we take a look at the concept of using laptops as servers, and I give you my thoughts. It might just be a crazy enough idea to work! 📖 Check out Jay's latest book, Mastering Ubuntu Server 4th Edition. Covers Ubuntu 22.04! ➡️ 🤍 🙌 Support me on Patreon and get early access to new content! ➡️ 🤍 ☁️ Get $100 toward your own cloud server with Linode! ➡️ 🤍 🛒 Affiliate store for Linux compatible hardware/accessories (commission earned): ➡️ 🤍 💻 Check out the Tiny Pilot KVM for your Homelab (commission earned): ➡️ 🤍 🐦 Follow me on Twitter! ➡️ 🤍 💬 Official LearnLinux.tv Community: ➡️ 🤍 💽 How to create a bootable flash drive for installing Linux ➡️ 🤍 🐧 Which distro do I use? ➡️ 🤍 🔐 How to better secure OpenSSH: ➡️ 🤍 ☁️ How to create a cloud Linux server with Linode: ➡️ 🤍 👨 More about me: ➡️ 🤍 ➡️ 🤍 #LearnLinuxTV #Linux
Today we take a look at virtualbox vs vmware as options for your affordable home lab. Both vmware and virtualbox are solid options, making this a challenging topic when deciding to make your home lab, and also when making this video. I take a look at cost, performance, flexibility, and capabilities to decide which option is best for you. 😎 Get started on YOUR homelab with these excellent items! 🤍 ULTIMATE Raspberry Pi Kit 🤍 Raspberry Pi 4 ⭐️ Find me at: Website - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Buy Merch - 🤍 Discord - 🤍 Medium - 🤍 BMAC - 🤍 Interested in starting a lab or sprucing up your home office? Check out these affiliate links for cool things I highly recommend! These also go to help support the channel! 👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇 🤍 Note: I receive a small commission from any purchases of any of the gear shown in the affiliate link above. This supports the channel and keeps the content free! #studiosec #cybersecurity #homelab #infosec #learncybersecurity #cybersecurity101 😎 Enjoy the quality of this video? Consider getting what I use to make this content! 🤍 iPhone 13 Pro Max 🤍 Apple M1 Pro Mac 🤍 TONOR Mic 🤍 iPhone Recording Tripod 🤍 Ring Light
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Tony Reeves joins us to close out the 2018 Home Lab series for vBrownbag. We look into methods to assemble gear, using NFR, trial, and free licenses to add more services into your home lab, and modernizing publicly available scripts to work with vSphere 6.5. Veeam NFR license details can be found 🤍 *About vBrownBag* SUBSCRIBE! 🤍 Socials: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 iTunes: 🤍 Google+: google.com/+vBrownBag 🤍 is a community of people who believe in helping other people. Specifically we work in IT infrastructure and we help other people in the IT industry to better their carreers by educating. Most frequent activity is producing the vBrownBag podcast. vBrownBag also attends global conferences to produce TechTalks and theater sessions. *About vBrownBag Podcasts* The vBrownBag crew host podcasts where community members present on topics that will help others in the community. Some podcast series are aimed at helping people achieve certifications. Other podcasts help community members learn an entirely new subject area. We also cover areas like storage or automation. The podcast has been running weekly since 2010. *vBrownBag TechTalks* The vBrownBag crew love IT conferences, the only place where we actually see each other, the awesome people who are our presenters and the community members who follow the podcast. The conferences are also a great place to generate some more community learning content. More about vBrownBag: 🤍
In this video we'll dive into the pfSense firewall configuration within our VMware ESXi homelab. We'll learn how to configure the pfSense firwall to have an isolated homelab but still have Internet access! If you need some help setting up VMware ESXi, be sure to check out my previous video that walks you through setting that up - link below! Also, check out my next video on setting up your very own Windows Server Domain Controller! Part 1 - Installing a VMware Homelab Server 2020 🤍 Part 3 - Installing Windows Domain Controller 2020 🤍
If you work in tech or want to learn more about tech, then building servers is the best thing that you can do! We'll cover 20 of the top servers that you could try and build yourself. I love building servers within my homelab, and the great thing is that you can set this up on most computers you have running at home. We'll cover - File Servers - Firewall / Proxy Servers - Domain Controller / Active Directory Servers - Database Servers and much more... ➤➤ Wanna build Servers in the Cloud - Try Liquid Web - 🤍 STUFF I RECOMMEND 👉 Best VPN | Best Deal - 🤍 👉 VMware in the Cloud - 🤍 👉 Run Windows on Your Mac - 🤍 👉 Speed up Your Mac - 🤍 👉 Get a .99c Domain - 🤍 🎓 MY TRAINING COURSES 🎓 🤍 MY GEAR (some of it…) ➤ Intel NUC Mini PC - 🤍 ➤ ZimaBoard Server - 🤍 ➤ Raspberry Pi - 🤍 ➤ NAS 2-Bay | Terramaster FS0210 - 🤍 ➤ NAS 6-Bay | Synology DS1621+ - 🤍 ➤ 34" Curved Wide Monitor - 🤍 ➤ Digital Camera | Sony A7C - 🤍 ➤ Shure SM7B Mic - 🤍 ➤ Speakers | Presonus E5 XT - 🤍 👉 Full List of my Gear: 🤍 ABOUT ME: My name is Emilio Aguero and I’m a technology enthusiast from Melbourne Australia. I’ve been into computers ever since setting up my first pentium computer years ago. I love technology and make videos about all things tech every week. Would love it if you support my channel by subscribing and staying up to date with what I'm releasing! ⮕⮕ New Videos Every Monday 3pm GMT ⬅⬅ GET IN TOUCH: 👉 Reach out for affiliate/sponsorship enquiries | See my About page or my website 🤍