VMware Blogs

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    Learn about vSphere 6.7 at VMworld 2018

    vSphere 6.7 was released in April of 2018 and has garnered quite a lot of interest from our customer and partner community. If you haven’t yet taken a look at this latest release and the features within, then VMworld 2018 is a great venue to do just that. With the VMworld US Content Catalog and Schedule The post Learn about vSphere 6.7 at VMworld 2018 appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
    Blog Name: vSphere Author: Adam Eckerle
    Published on 2018-07-20 | Time 15:20:08
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    Free Webinar – Proactive Support with VMware Skyline

    Have you been anxiously awaiting your invitation to receive proactive support from VMware?  Or have you received your invitation but haven’t installed the Skyline Collector yet?  Learn more about proactive support with VMware Skyline by joining us for a free 30-minute webinar. We’re hosting two webinars.  Please register for the webinar that works best for you. [...] The post Free Webinar – Proactive Support with VMware Skyline appeared first on Support Insider.
    Blog Name: Support Insider Author: Nick Fritsch
    Published on 2018-07-19 | Time 20:05:10
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    VMware Cloud on AWS – THE Hybrid Cloud to Run Your Enterprise Apps on…

    VMware Cloud on AWS is the only hybrid cloud solution that allows VMware vSphere customers to modernize, protect, and scale mission-critical applications leveraging AWS, the world’s leading public cloud. With the inclusion of VMware Hybrid Cloud Extension in the base offering, we’ve made it extremely easy to migrate applications at scale to VMware Cloud on [...] The post VMware Cloud on AWS – THE Hybrid Cloud to Run Your Enterprise Apps on… appeared first on Partner News.
    Blog Name: Partner News Author: The VMware Partner Network Team
    Published on 2018-07-19 | Time 20:00:12
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    Where in the World is NSX?

    VMware NSX is going worldwide! We’ll be out and about through the end of the year, spreading networking and security love across America, Asia Pacific, and Europe. Our goal is to help agile organizations move toward a Virtual Cloud Network with consistent connectivity, branch optimization, and security across all infrastructure.   Whether we’ll be at The post Where in the World is NSX? appeared first on Network Virtualization.
    Blog Name: NSX / Network Virt Author: NSX Team
    Published on 2018-07-19 | Time 19:27:19
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    VMware and Google Cloud Collaboration

    VMware and Google Cloud Collaborate to Ease Workload Provisioning to GCP In conjunction with Google Cloud, we are excited to announce the preview of a newly developed plug-in for VMware vRealize Automation and vRealize Orchestrator. At VMware, we strive to give customers a consistent management experience while also offering choices for third-party services and endpoints. The post VMware and Google Cloud Collaboration appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.
    Blog Name: Cloud Mgmt Author: Colby Heiner
    Published on 2018-07-19 | Time 16:00:52
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    VMware Security Advisory: VMSA-2018-0018

    Today VMware has released the following new and updated security advisories: VMSA-2018-0018 Please sign up to the Security-Announce mailing list to receive new and updated VMware Security Advisories. Customers should review the security advisories and direct any questions to VMware Support. The post VMware Security Advisory: VMSA-2018-0018 appeared first on VMware Security & Compliance Blog.
    Blog Name: Security & Compliance Author: Edward Hawkins
    Published on 2018-07-19 | Time 15:40:43
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    Getting Started with Elastic Stack on vSphere Integrated Containers

    By Arslan Abbasi, Technical Product Manager, Cloud-Native Apps In today’s dynamic world of application development and deployment, a good monitoring framework is a bare minimum. Elastic Stack (formerly known as the ELK Stack) is a monitoring framework that lets you reliably and securely ingest data from a variety of sources and formats so you can The post Getting Started with Elastic Stack on vSphere Integrated Containers appeared first on Cloud-Native Apps.
    Blog Name: Cloud-Native Apps Author: arslanabbasi
    Published on 2018-07-19 | Time 13:00:42
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    5 Questions About VMware’s Stake in the Native Public Cloud

    Native public clouds are critical to the digital future of organizations worldwide. Known for bringing consistent infrastructure and operations to private and hybrid clouds, VMware has emerged as an indispensable partner to IT organizations on the journey to the native public cloud. Moreover, Milin Desai, general manager of VMware Cloud Services, wants to make it very clear [...] The post 5 Questions About VMware’s Stake in the Native Public Cloud appeared first on VMware Radius.
    Blog Name: VMware Radius Author: Ashley Speagle
    Published on 2018-07-18 | Time 17:15:47
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    New KB articles published for week ending 15th July 2018

    VMware NSX for vSphere NSX manager stuck as no timeout present in SSO client library Date Published: 07-09-2018 Support for McAfee MOVE AntiVirus [Agentless] 4.7 with NSX Manager 6.3.0, 6.4.0 and 6.4.1 Date Published: 07-11-2018 NSX Edge Unable to Resolve Hostnames Date Published: 07-11-2018 NSX Load Balancer Crashes Due to High Memory Usage Date Published: [...] The post New KB articles published for week ending 15th July 2018 appeared first on Support Insider.
    Blog Name: Support Insider Author: Lakshmi Kudupa
    Published on 2018-07-18 | Time 14:33:31
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    VMware Cloud Native Apps at VMworld US 2018: An Overview

    Whether you’re looking for an introduction to container technology or a technical deep dive into VMware’s container products and services, the Cloud Native Apps track at VMworld US has you covered. Case Studies, Customer Panels, Technical Deep Dives, Overviews, Workshops, and Hands on Labs, we have them all. To help you schedule your VMworld and The post VMware Cloud Native Apps at VMworld US 2018: An Overview appeared first on Cloud-Native Apps.
    Blog Name: Cloud-Native Apps Author: Rukma Sen
    Published on 2018-07-18 | Time 13:00:25
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    Swap Object Thin Provisioning in vSAN 6.7

    As of vSAN 6.7 the default behavior of the vSAN swap object is set to thin provisioned and matches the storage policy attributes assigned to the VM. As you might imagine, this has the potential to significantly decrease the effective storage capacity used in a vSAN environment. However, just the mere mention of “Swap file” triggers feelings The post Swap Object Thin Provisioning in vSAN 6.7 appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
    Blog Name: vSAN / Virtual Blocks Author: Pete Flecha
    Published on 2018-07-18 | Time 12:39:34
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    VMware Hiring Manager: Terri Frohmiller, Solutions Engineering Manager, vSAN, Hyper-Converged Infrastructure 

    What if you could get to know the hiring managers at VMware before you come onsite for an interview? Well now you can with our Meet the Hiring Manager series. From their own career journeys to the characteristics that they look for in candidates, we want you to hear from the people who help bring [...] The post VMware Hiring Manager: Terri Frohmiller, Solutions Engineering Manager, vSAN, Hyper-Converged Infrastructure  appeared first on VMware Careers Blog.
    Blog Name: VMware Careers Author: Leona Sullivan
    Published on 2018-07-17 | Time 22:46:34
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    Introducing VMware Validated Design for Software-Defined Data Center 4.3

    On July 17th VMware released another update to the VMware Validated Design for Software-Defined Data Center (VVD for SDDC).  This latest release (4.3) continues to build on the momentum established with previous updates by introducing many new features and capabilities that continue to improve the SDDC architecture and make it easier for customers to deploy and operate a VMware The post Introducing VMware Validated Design for Software-Defined Data Center 4.3 appeared first on Cloud Foundat[...]
    Blog Name: Cloud Foundation Author: Kyle Gleed
    Published on 2018-07-17 | Time 19:34:10
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    Understanding vSAN Encryption – “Erase disks before use”

    A few questions routinely come up when using “Erase disks before use” with vSAN Encryption.   What occurs when “Erase disks before use” is used? When a vSAN cluster has this setting checked, random data is written to each device in a disk group before it is encrypted. Why random data? In one case, if The post Understanding vSAN Encryption – “Erase disks before use” appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
    Blog Name: vSAN / Virtual Blocks Author: Jase McCarty
    Published on 2018-07-16 | Time 20:46:34
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    EOA of Basic Federal, NSX, and vSAN Support

    Beginning August 6, 2018, the End of Availability (EOA) of Basic Federal Support and Basic Support for NSX and vSAN will take effect and the offering will no longer be quoted, although outstanding, active quotations will be orderable until their expiration. For more information, contact your VMware account or sales representative. The post EOA of Basic Federal, NSX, and vSAN Support appeared first on Partner News.
    Blog Name: Partner News Author: The VMware Partner Network Team
    Published on 2018-07-16 | Time 18:24:25