pfSense is a very powerful firewall and in this video, I will show you how to run pfSense Plus on VMware vSphere 8. By virtualizing pfSense you can now take advantage of the flexibility already there when using VMware vSphere 8.
In this video, I will show you how to set up GPU passthrough for an Intel GPU for a Ubuntu virtual machine running on VMware vSphere 8. This way you can use the performance that GPU has for transcoding, encoding, or decoding large video files without stressing the CPU on your VMware ESXi host.
Official documentation from Intel to install graphics drivers on Ubuntu can be found here. Below are all the commands I used to install the drivers on my Ubuntu virtual machine:
A while ago I made a video on how to create a storage pool on M.2 NVMe’s which you have in those slots in your Synology. Check that video here. In this video, I will show you how to move your docker containers to that new volume, take advantage of those M.2 NVMe’s performance, and keep all the persistent data and configuration.
In this video, I will show you how to set up any brand M.2 NVMe you already have installed in your Synology NAS as a Storage Pool. Now you can benefit from the performance and low latency of those fast NVMe SSDs and leverage it for Virtual Machine storage for example. All the steps in this video are done with a script for the user 007revad on GitHub, so many thanks for automating that process.
I am sure a lot of you are running your virtual machines on VMware. Now, if you have a Synology appliance (NAS) running in your network as well, no need to look further for a solid backup solution. You can read more about Synology Active Backup for Business here.
Utilize that Synology today and backup those virtual machines running on your VMware platform. It is easy, simple and fast.
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