VMware Blogs

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    Extending your managed services to customer data centers through VCPP

      Today, we’re going to explore one of the least know opportunities about the VMware Cloud Provider Program (VCPP): the ability for cloud providers to extend their managed services to customer’s data centers using VCPP points and products; whether for simple data center modernization, hybrid cloud build out, or cloud repatriation. VMware has been talking The post Extending your managed services to customer data centers through VCPP appeared first on VMware Cloud Provider Blog.
    Blog Name: vCloud Author: Guy Bartram
    Published on 2019-03-18 | Time 17:15:12
  • Cross-vCenter NSX at the Center for Advanced Public Safety

    Jason Foster is an IT Manager at the Center for Advanced Public Safety at the University of Alabama. The Center for Advanced Public Safety (CAPS) originally developed a software that provided crash reporting and data analytics software for the State of Alabama. Today, CAPS specializes in custom software mostly in the realm of law enforcement The post Cross-vCenter NSX at the Center for Advanced Public Safety appeared first on Network Virtualization.
    Blog Name: NSX / Network Virt Author: Katie Holms
    Published on 2019-03-18 | Time 17:05:23
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    How Will CloudHealth and VMware Cloud Fit Together?

    VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger shares that VMware will incorporate multiple cloud services into CloudHealth to create the ultimate multi-cloud solution for customers. Wavefront by VMware, VMware Secure State and VMware Cloud Automation Services will join forces with CloudHealth Technologies, an established and industry-leading solution for managing native public clouds, to deliver the most complete and […] The post How Will CloudHealth and VMware Cloud Fit Together? appeared first on VMware Radius.
    Blog Name: VMware Radius Author: Ashley Speagle
    Published on 2019-03-18 | Time 12:00:23
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    Top 10 VMware Admin Tools

      On Episode 108 of the Virtually Speaking Podcast, John and I welcomed Duncan Epping and William Lam to discuss the various VMware tools used to manage environments. In preparation for this discussion I took to social media to get a general consensus of the most popular tools VMware admins are using these days. As The post Top 10 VMware Admin Tools appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
    Blog Name: vSAN / Virtual Blocks Author: Pete Flecha
    Published on 2019-03-16 | Time 19:22:38
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    Changes in Logon for VMware Horizon

    To improve the security of the Horizon environment, we are making some changes in the upcoming Horizon 7.8 release. The default settings for the servers will be not to send a list of domains, safeguarding company environment information. However, this improvement will require that end users provide their domain information during logon. In other words, [...] The post Changes in Logon for VMware Horizon appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog.
    Blog Name: End-User Computing Author: Kristina De Nike
    Published on 2019-03-15 | Time 16:25:58
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    Adding custom objects to vRealize Operations with the REST API and vRealize Orchestrator workflows

    In my previous blog post “Adding Custom Metrics and Properties to vRealize Operations Objects with the REST API” I have described how to add additional metrics and properties to existing objects in vRealize Operations using the REST API and Postman. But what if you would like to use the outstanding vRealize Operations engine to manage The post Adding custom objects to vRealize Operations with the REST API and vRealize Orchestrator workflows appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.
    Blog Name: Cloud Mgmt Author: Thomas Kopton
    Published on 2019-03-14 | Time 12:15:22
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    #StorageMinute: Elastic vSAN

    Welcome to the #StorageMinute series where we deliver key topics via bite-size content. In this edition, we will take a look at Elastic vSAN inside the VMware Cloud on AWS Service.     Elastic vSAN is an innovative new solution in the VMware Cloud on AWS Service that combines Amazons Elastic Block Store offering and The post #StorageMinute: Elastic vSAN appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
    Blog Name: vSAN / Virtual Blocks Author: Glenn Sizemore
    Published on 2019-03-13 | Time 17:09:50
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    VMware Named a Top Player in Radicati UEM Market Quadrant for 8th Consecutive Year

    We’re excited to announce we’ve been named a Top Player in the 2019 Radicati Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) Market Quadrant, positioned highest in functionality and furthest in strategic vision for VMware Workspace ONE UEM.Over the past couple of years, market focus has shifted from traditional client management tools (CMT) and enterprise mobility management (EMM) to […] The post VMware Named a Top Player in Radicati UEM Market Quadrant for 8th Consecutive Year appeared first on VMware [...]
    Blog Name: End-User Computing Author: Jessie Stoks
    Published on 2019-03-13 | Time 14:00:33
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    VMware Cloud on AWS with Transit Gateway Demo

    At AWS re:Invent 2018 last November, AWS introduced a regional construct called Transit Gateway (TGW). AWS Transit Gateway allows customers to connect multiple Virtual Private Clouds (VPCs) together easily. TGW can be seen as a hub and all the VPCs can be seen as spokes in a hub and spoke-type model; any-to-any communication is made The post VMware Cloud on AWS with Transit Gateway Demo appeared first on Network Virtualization.
    Blog Name: NSX / Network Virt Author: Humair Ahmed
    Published on 2019-03-12 | Time 05:31:33
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    Introducing the vRealize Operations Sizing Tool

    Whether you are deploying vRealize Operations for the first time or you have a current cluster and want to validate your cluster node size and number of nodes you will want to use the vRealize Operations Sizing Tool which was published late last year in conjunction with vRealize Operations 7.0.  This simple, easy-to-use tool provides The post Introducing the vRealize Operations Sizing Tool appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.
    Blog Name: Cloud Mgmt Author: John Dias
    Published on 2019-03-12 | Time 19:50:46
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    Evolve Without Risk: Enhance Visibility, Management and Control with vSAN

    So, you’ve got your hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) up and running—great! But that’s just step one. The logical next step is to evolve simply and efficiently into a full-stack hyperconverged infrastructure so that you can enhance your visibility into management and control of your infrastructure. Enter vSAN, which can help alleviate your storage infrastructure dependencies and The post Evolve Without Risk: Enhance Visibility, Management and Control with vSAN appeared first on Virtual [...]
    Blog Name: vSAN / Virtual Blocks Author: vSAN Team
    Published on 2019-03-12 | Time 17:00:58
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    Integrating Istio with VMware Enterprise PKS

    By Pranay Bakre, Alka Gupta, Kendrick Coleman Adoption of modern distributed architectures has challenged enterprises to monitor, manage, and secure services in a consistent way. Some of the challenges include individual services handling retries, flow control, circuit breaking, authorization and authentication with increased attack surface, service-level monitoring requirements, and cross-platform ops tool chains. Istio is The post Integrating Istio with VMware Enterprise PKS appeared first on[...]
    Blog Name: Cloud-Native Apps Author: Cloud-Native Apps
    Published on 2019-03-12 | Time 16:00:01
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    NSX-T 2.4 – NSX Cloud eases your Adoption/Operations between on-premises Datacenter, AWS and Azure

    2018 was a great year for NSX with Cloud seeing increased customer traction, strong partnerships established across the board, and a whole host of new features being released throughout the year! While most of our competitors are just starting on their public cloud solution, NSX Cloud is entering its second year of adoption, enabling consistent The post NSX-T 2.4 – NSX Cloud eases your Adoption/Operations between on-premises Datacenter, AWS and Azure appeared first on Network Virtualization.
    Blog Name: NSX / Network Virt Author: Shiva Somasundaram
    Published on 2019-03-11 | Time 15:00:25
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    VMware Cloud on AWS Evaluation Guide

    As we move into a world where businesses expect a dynamic and responsive IT environment, hybrid cloud is increasingly being seen as the answer.  Customers that need consistency, comprehensive visibility and ease of management and operations across their on-premises and public cloud environments are evaluating VMware Cloud on AWS to become part of their Hybrid The post VMware Cloud on AWS Evaluation Guide appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
    Blog Name: vSphere Author: Charu Chaubal
    Published on 2019-03-11 | Time 13:09:29
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    vSpeaking Podcast Episode 108: Top 10 VMware Tools

    We’ve all heard the quote “If your only tool is a hammer, every problem looks like a nail.” Fortunately for VMware admins, the lack of tools is not an issue.  As a matter of fact, there are so many tools to simplify day to day operations, that it’s hard to keep track.  This sounded like The post vSpeaking Podcast Episode 108: Top 10 VMware Tools appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
    Blog Name: vSAN / Virtual Blocks Author: Pete Flecha
    Published on 2019-03-08 | Time 16:39:23