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  • Custom Virtual Machine Class Types with vSphere with Tanzu

    When you deploy a Tanzu Kubernetes Grid (TKG) Cluster using the integrated TKG Service in vSphere with Tanzu, you can specify a Virtual Machine Class Type which determines the amount of CPU and Memory resources that are allocated for both the Control Plane and/or Worker Node VMs for your TKG Cluster. Here is a sample [...]

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    Published on 2020-10-30 | Time 21:09:27

  • Automated Nested Lab Deployment on SDDC Part 4: Oracle Cloud VMware Solution

    In this final blog series, we are now going to take a look at deploying our Nested Lab in an Oracle Cloud VMware Solution environment. Similiar to GCVE, we also will have the ability to run Nested vSAN on top of the physical vSAN within OCVS and by default, customers are provided with the full [...]

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    Published on 2020-10-30 | Time 13:43:54

  • Automated Nested Lab Deployment on SDDC Part 3: Google VMware Cloud Engine

    In Part 3 of this series, we will be taking a look at deploying our Nested Lab in a Google Cloud VMware Engine environment. One thing you may notice that is different between VMConAWS and AVS is that we are actually running a Nested vSAN on top of the physical vSAN within GCVE. In the [...]

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    Published on 2020-10-29 | Time 20:46:59

  • Adobe Flash is going away, is your VMware environment and IT Organization ready for it?

    Hopefully this news should not come as a surprise to anyone but at the end of this year (December 31, 2020), Adobe and all mainstream web browsers will remove Flash functionality preventing users from interacting with any Flash-based web applications. This will also impact usage of VMware products that still uses Flash such as older [...]

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    Published on 2020-10-29 | Time 14:31:20

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Enabling Developers in VMware Cloud on AWS

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The latest release of VMware Cloud on AWS is here and it has something quite exciting built in for the automation experts, developers and DevOps teams. As part of this release, we are introducing a brand-new Developer Center. This area is a great resource allowing developers to get up and running quickly with VMware Cloud Read more...

Getting Started with the vSphere Automation SDK for Perl

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We are going to keep the ‘Getting Started’ series going on using the vSphere Automation SDKs. This time, we will be taking a look at the SDK for Perl. If you’ve missed any of the prior posts, here are the others in the series: vSphere Automation SDK for REST vSphere Automation SDK for REST Part Read more...

Getting Started with the vSphere Automation SDK for .NET

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We are going to keep the ‘Getting Started’ series going on using the vSphere Automation SDKs. This time, we will be taking a look at this SDK for .NET. If you’ve missed any of the prior posts, here are the others in the series: vSphere Automation SDK for REST vSphere Automation SDK for REST Part Read more...

Getting Started with the vSphere Automation SDK for Java

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There has been another exciting open-sourced release in the vSphere Automation SDK lineup. This time, it is the vSphere Automation SDK for Java! That means it’s time for another blog post in our series on ‘Getting Started with the vSphere Automation SDKs’. The posts available in the series so far are as follows: vSphere Automation Read more...

vSphere Automation SDKs Updated for VMware Cloud on AWS

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The vSphere Automation SDKs have recently received an exciting update! These open-sourced SDKs can now also interact with the VMware Cloud on AWS service. The first two SDK languages updated to include this feature set is Python and Java. The remaining SDK languages will follow soon. The VMware Cloud on AWS service offers a couple Read more...