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Additionally the appliance will need access to each vCenter it will be registered with on ports 8443 and 443. The FlashArray's that will be used with the plugin will need to be accessible via port 443 to the appliance.For offline deployments that are unable to access deb.cloud-support.purestorage.com, please see the Offline Deployment Procedure section of this KB.
When new storage is ready with the VMFS-5 grewn to match this new storage, there is a new option in the UI which can be used to grow the VSA 5.1 appliance and the shared NFS datastores.
1) How to install ESXi 5.1 on a flash drive then configure and run VMs, like Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012TinkerTry.com/install-esxi-5-1-flash-drive-then-configure-and-run-vms2) How to install and configure vCenter Server Appliance 5.1 on ESXi 5.1, the easiest way to enable the good stuff for free, like cloning VM templates and the magic of vMotionTinkerTry.com/free-vmware-vcenter-server-appliance-5-1-download-install-configure3) VMware vSphere 5.1 has finally been announced, with general availability on September 11TinkerTry.com/vmware-vsphere-5-1-announced
While those are downloading, you may want read about/watch the actual install process, demonstrated in step-by-step detail over here:TinkerTry.com/free-vmware-vcenter-server-appliance-5-1-download-install-configure
Before you install FortiSIEM virtual appliance in ESX, you should decide whether to use NFS storage, local or Elasticsearch storage to store event information in EventDB. If you decide to use a 'Local' disk, you can add a data disk of appropriate size. For 'Local' and 'NFS' storage, refer to the Sizing Guide here. Typically, this will be named as /dev/sdd if it is the 4th disk.
vCenter appliance has come long way and its very stable now. So no need to rely on windows base vCenter any more. Without any doubt vCenter appliance can be used. However based on the environment, Size , integration with other vmware products vCenter topologies will differ. All the supported vCenter topologies can be found here, However there are three most commonly used topologies are high lighted below. 153554b96e