Latest {code} coaches posts

  • Custom notification and automation based on host failure in VMware Cloud on AWS

    Physical hardware failure is inevitable, this is true whether it is running in your on-premises datacenter or in the Cloud like VMware Cloud on AWS. Although vSphere HA will automatically restart all affected VMs after detecting a host failure, there is usually additional activities that must be performed by a customer such as notifying all [...]

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    Published on 2020-07-09 | Time 19:21:19

  • Configuring dnsmasq as PXE Server for ESXi 

    One really cool thing that I came to learn while setting up the infrastructure to network boot the latest Raspberry Pi 4 was the use of dnsmasq, which I have used in the past but I did not realize it could do so much more. In addition to providing DNS services, it can also be [...]

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    Published on 2020-07-09 | Time 14:12:45

  • The VMware Labs flings monthly for June 2020

    And another month gone, for some the Summer Holidays have already started while others might have to wait a few weeks or so. This month there have been two new fling releases and seven received an update. New Releases Workspace ONE App Analyzer for macOS True SSO Configuration Utility Update... Continue Reading

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    Published on 2020-07-03 | Time 20:29:23

  • Five of my favorite enhancements in vSphere 7

    It is very easy to focus on the speeds and feeds of a new major vSphere release such as vSphere 7 which also includes a TON of new and exciting capabilities. However, often times it is the tiny improvements that has the most significant impact to our end users, especially when it comes to usability [...]

    Blog Name: https://www.virtuallyghetto.com

    Published on 2020-06-30 | Time 16:56:55

Latest Posts

VMware {code} – April MeetUp (Online)

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In light of recent events, it’s easy to cancel MeetUps entirely. But, as we’ve seen in the past, MeetUps allow the community to meet one another and learn from one another. They are a core part of our motto “Learn, Code, Connect”. Instead of our usual in person MeetUps, we are going to have this Read more...

Introducing…VMware {code} Coaches 2020!

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We have been working on building an influencer program for the VMware{code} community, much the way vExperts are influencers for IT, and after looking at multiple factors we are excited to announce our inaugural class of the VMware {code} coaches program for 2020! So… what is a {code} coach? A {code} coach is a member of Read more...

Working from Home – Tips from a remote worker

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Disclaimer *This post is unlike most posts published on the {code} blog* In these unprecedented times, it will be an adjustment for all of us to start working remotely over the course of the next few weeks. As someone who works remotely most of the time, I wanted to put together some tips that have Read more...

VMware {code} MeetUp in a Box!

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For the last year, we’ve been hosting VMware {code} MeetUps at HQ once a month. These technical talks are live streamed and shared on our Facebook page As a global brand, we wanted to make VMware {code} MeetUps accessible to our members not based in Palo Alto so that they can experience these events in Read more...

What’s New for the vSphere Client Developer Center

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Today, we’re happy to announce the new version of the vSphere HTML5 Web Client Fling and there are some fantastic additions to the Developer Center! The vSphere Client Developer Center is an area built into the main vSphere console. This is an area where automation specialists, developers, and DevOps teams can get immediate access to Read more...