The Open Virtualization Format (OVF) is a packaging standard from Distributed Management Task Force, Inc., designed to facilitate portability and deployment of virtual appliances. In Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) in System Center 2012, you can use an OVF package to create a virtual machine by using the OVF Import/Export tool. However, as of Virtual Machine…
Month: November 2020
Downloading a copy of your VM (Virtual Machine) to a separate environment allows you to duplicate your VM with ease, restore your VM to the state you downloaded it, or run separate tests on the current state of your VM. In this tutorial, we will be covering how to download a VM as an OVF…
If you don’t follow Andrew Roderos , There is a very good article about the VMware ESXi home lab that he assembled in 2012 and 2016. How to install VMware ESXi on Intel NUC 10 (Frost Canyon) hardware for your home lab. Intel NUC is a great device for VMware ESXi home lab. Here :…
My name is Pablo Villaronga. I am a Senior Cloud Enginner at IBM . I am part of the Azure Stack Engineering team (Azure Stach HCI) and engage with the community and customers around the world. I am located in Czech Republic. I am focusing on Microsoft technologies, especially cloud and datacenter solutions based on Microsoft Azure, Azure Stack and Windows Server. Opinions are my own.