virtualization

Homelab: Goals

by layuso • August 9, 2016

I’ve been meaning to do a write up on designing my homelab. In my last job, I had access to hardware and some essential networking bits, but now that I’m a Field SE, i’m in a different situation. I have access to internal tools and nested deployments (otherwise called PODs), as well as some Hands-On-Labs […]


This Method Requires Authentication – Full Version

by layuso • February 29, 2016

We were having some issues with one of our VCSA’s and creating or subscribing to Content Libraries. So here is our resolution. Symptoms: When creating a local Content Library, when clicking finish, it errors with: This Method Requires Authentication When subscribing to another Content Library that has authentication disabled, after copying the json URL into […]


This Method Requires Authentication – Short Version

by layuso • February 24, 2016

A little bit ago, we upgraded to VCSA 6.0 Update 1a on all sites. One of the features that I looked forward to most was the Content Library.┬áBut, we ran into an issue with one of our VCSA’s…


I think I can, I think I can…

by layuso • December 1, 2015

I’ve attempted to blog 3 times in my life, first on tumblr with no topic, second as a blog on general tech as I was working in retail and a third time when I wanted to blog about tech I was learning and getting involved with. Each time amounted to about 2 posts in a […]


Virtualization, the way the industry sees it. Part 1

by layuso • September 17, 2015

First off, I won’t claim to speak on behalf of the entire industry… this is going to have a VMware bias. With that in mind, lets move forward. So… in my last post (Virtualization, the way the school teaches it…) I talked about desktop virtualization apps. This is really where it all started. In the […]