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    VMware NSX Data Center for vSphere 6.4.2 Released

    VMware has released NSX Data Center for vSphere 6.4.2. What's new/changed: Networking and Edge Services Multicast Support: Adds ability to configure L3 IPv4 multicast on Distributed Logical Router and Edge Service Gateway through support of IGMPv2 and PIM Sparse Mode. Default Limit of MAC identifiers: Increases from 2048 to 4096 Hardware VTEP: Added multi PTEP cluster [...]
    Blog Name: Virtual Allan Author: Allan Kjaer
    Published on 2018-08-21 | Time 17:17:19
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    What’s New in VMware NSX Data Center for vSphere 6.4.2

    With this latest release, VMware NSX Data Center for vSphere 6.4.2 continues to improve overall efficiency of the network, enhance security with Context-Aware Micro-Segmentation, and deliver operational enhancements to the NSX platform. Here are just a few highlights of what’s new.   Multicast Routing Support   With VMware NSX Data Center for vSphere 6.4.2, NSX The post What’s New in VMware NSX Data Center for vSphere 6.4.2 appeared first on Network Virtualization.
    Blog Name: NSX / Network Virt Author: Catherine Fan
    Published on 2018-08-21 | Time 16:30:05
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    Apstra to Demonstrate Intent-Based Data Center Network Automation with VMware vSphere Integration at VMworld

    We are, of course, meeting with tons of IT companies at VMworld like we always do. One of the meetings I’m excited about this year is with Apstra. It’s been about two years since I’ve had a good hard look at Apstra. They presented at Networking Field Day 13, for which I had a seat at the [...] The post Apstra to Demonstrate Intent-Based Data Center Network Automation with VMware vSphere Integration at VMworld appeared first on ActualTech.io.
    Blog Name: ActualTech Author: James Green
    Published on 2018-08-21 | Time 15:20:33
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    The VMware Compatibility Guide, First Stop for Successful Upgrades

    When it comes time to upgrade a VMware Product, your first stop should be the VMware Compatibility Guide. Why, you ask? A VMware environment contains a number of components beyond VMware vSphere, and it is important to make sure all these components work together in your environment. The VMware Compatibility Guide, which some may refer [...]
    Blog Name: vMiss.net Author: melissa
    Published on 2018-08-21 | Time 15:00:42
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    Druva & VMworld 2018

     Druva couldn’t be more excited about our upcoming Platinum sponsorship of VMworld 2018. We believe our increased presence at VMworld will have a whole new group of people asking how we help tackle your mountain of data. For those unfamiliar with Druva, we are the only Data Management-as-a-Service solution that aggregates data from endpoints, servers and cloud applications. If you [...]
    Blog Name: Druva Blog Author: W. Curtis Preston
    Published on 2018-08-21 | Time 14:44:45
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    Can VMware’s New Networking Leader Keep the Momentum Going?

    Tom Gillis is running late to our interview. Unsurprising, really, considering it took nearly a month to snag an hour on his calendar. The new leader of the high-growth VMware Networking and Security Business Unit (NSBU) has been on tour, introducing himself to customers, analysts and media. And he’s had a lot to catch up [...] The post Can VMware’s New Networking Leader Keep the Momentum Going? appeared first on VMware Radius.
    Blog Name: VMware Radius Author: Blakely Thomas-Aguilar
    Published on 2018-08-21 | Time 13:56:09
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    What is VMware Skyline?

    VMware Skyline is not new, however, some readers might be interested about what’s it all about. Not many people know that it’s actually a free service from VMware. Let’s have a look in this post called What is VMware Skyline? VMware Skyline is a new and free capability for VMware customers. It automatically collects configuration [...] Read the full post What is VMware Skyline? at ESX Virtualization.
    Blog Name: ESX Virtualization Author: Vladan SEGET
    Published on 2018-08-21 | Time 11:50:41
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    VMware NSX-V Control and Management Plane Connections Diagram

    This is a quick post about an awesome depiction of the control and management plane connection channels without VMware NSX for vSphere. A colleague of mine, Omkar Singh, put this together and it gives a very good look at what communication is required between the different NSX-v components. It’s also available as a PDF.… Read more The post VMware NSX-V Control and Management Plane Connections Diagram appeared first on Lostdomain.
    Blog Name: Lost Domain Author: Martijn
    Published on 2018-08-21 | Time 11:24:00
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    Yeni sürüm : PowerCLI 10 Poster

    Merhaba, aslında nisan ayında çıktı ama bana yazısını yazmak şimdiye nasip oldu. VMware vCenter yada VCSA ortamımızı yönetmek için eski sürümlerden başlar isek. vSphere client - vSphere web client ve son olarak ise yine vSphere web client (HTML5) sürümleri veri merkezi ortamımız sürekli olarak izleme yönetme ve gerekli olan tüm aksiyonları almamıza yardımcı oldu. Power CLI ise hem komut seven hemde daha fazla kesin olmamıza olanak sağlayna bir araç. Windows gibi si[...]
    Blog Name: vMwareTv – cahit yolaçan Author: Cahit Yolacan
    Published on 2018-08-21 | Time 07:30:00
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    VMware: Actualizar VCSA a la última versión 6.7.0d usando la imagen oficial ISO de VMware (corrige L1TF aka Foreshadow)

    Saludos amigos, hace unos días se anunciaba otra gran vulnerabilidad en los microprocesadores Intel, (que sumamos ya a Spectre y Meltdown) en este caso se… The post VMware: Actualizar VCSA a la última versión 6.7.0d usando la imagen oficial ISO de VMware (corrige L1TF aka Foreshadow) appeared first on El Blog de Jorge de la Cruz.
    Blog Name: Jorgedelacruz.es Author: Jorge de la Cruz
    Published on 2018-08-21 | Time 07:15:46
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    Workstations in the Cloud? Let’s take a look at Citrix Cloud and VMWare Horizon Cloud

    VDI workstation virtualization is a common approach for corporate desktop and application access, and it allows IT to centralize information in the corporate datacenter.  These approaches allow for some key business benefits, with the biggest being mobility. Users can work from anywhere and at anytime, allowing for a great amount of flexibility of work teams. […] The post Workstations in the Cloud? Let’s take a look at Citrix Cloud and VMWare Horizon Cloud appeared first on 24x7ITConnection[...]
    Blog Name: 24x7ITConnection Author: Theresa Miller
    Published on 2018-08-20 | Time 05:30:17
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    New white paper: Big Data performance on VMware Cloud on AWS: Spark machine learning and IoT analytics performance on-premises and in the cloud

    By Dave Jaffe A new white paper is available comparing Spark machine learning performance on an 8-server on-premises cluster vs. a similarly configured VMware Cloud on AWS cluster. Here is what the VMware Cloud on AWS cluster looked like: Three standard analytic programs from the Spark machine learning library (MLlib), K-means clustering, Logistic Regression classification, […] The post New white paper: Big Data performance on VMware Cloud on AWS: Spark machine learning and IoT analytics perfo[...]
    Blog Name: Performance Author: Julie Brodeur
    Published on 2018-08-20 | Time 00:32:11
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    My Top 10 VMworld Vegas 2018 Labs and Tech Talks

    This year I decided to change it up a bit, in recent years VMworld added Tech Talks,  In no particular order here are my top picks for the hands on labs or tech talks I plan to attend.   VMware Cloud on AWS – Getting Started [SPL-1987-01-HBD_U] Leverage bots to Continue reading My Top 10 VMworld Vegas 2018 Labs and Tech Talks→
    Blog Name: VMtoCloud.com Author: Ryan Kelly
    Published on 2018-08-20 | Time 23:58:22
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    VMworld Vegas 2018 Pro Tips and Tricks

    We’re back, VMworld is less than a week away. If you are a VMworld veteran or this is your first time, I think there is something in this guide for everyone. This is an update of my guides from 2016 and 2017 with some new exclusive deals Before you go: Continue reading VMworld Vegas 2018 Pro Tips and Tricks→
    Blog Name: VMtoCloud.com Author: Ryan Kelly
    Published on 2018-08-20 | Time 21:55:24
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    VMworld 2018 vSphere Security Sessions

    It’s that time of year again! The time when we all pack our comfortable shoes and head to Las Vegas for VMworld! As we are all dealing with the seemingly ever-increasing IT security issues that plague our industry, VMware is there to help you make sense of it and deal with it in as easy The post VMworld 2018 vSphere Security Sessions appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
    Blog Name: vSphere Author: Mike Foley
    Published on 2018-08-20 | Time 21:44:28