Upgrading the size of an Azure Virtual Machine

Increasing the size/resources of a VM in your own environment is usually pretty straightforward. You’ll know whether or not you can hot-add resources; if you have to reboot the machine or not, etc. and it’s probably a familiar interface such as VMWare, Hyper-V, or a KVM or similar hypervisors. I know that my first time resizing a VM in Azure, I had some questions that I couldn’t exactly look up. I basically just wanted to see the process through before I performed the re-sizing in production. The main reason I…

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Upgrading/patching vCenter Server 6.5 to version 6.5.0b

With the release of vCenter 6.5.0b ┬ácomes a nest of improvements and fixes to the platform: HTML5 Client Updates vCenter SSO Issues Security Issues Bacukup Issues HA statistics bugfix To get your vCenter server updated to the latest, download the patch here: https://my.vmware.com/group/vmware/patch#search Select VC from the dropdown and look for VC-6.5.0b-Appliance Product:VC Version:6.5.0   Now, simply upload the ISO to your datastore and proceed with VMWare’s recommended steps. I performed the below over SSH: Attach VMware-vCenter-Server-Appliance-6.5.0.5300-5178943-patch-FP.iso file to vCenter Server Appliance. Go to command prompt and run the commands…

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