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    VMware Skyline at VMworld US 2018

    Last year at VMworld US, Pat Gelsinger announced VMware Skyline, a new proactive support technology. This year, at VMworld US in Las Vegas, we have an amazing amount of proactive support sessions and opportunities for you to learn more about Skyline. There are sessions, Hands-On Labs, meet the expert opportunities and more planned for VMworld The post VMware Skyline at VMworld US 2018 appeared first on VMware Support Insider.
    Blog Name: Support Insider Author: Nick Fritsch
    Published on 2018-08-20 | Time 16:35:50
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    Preventing duplicate virtual servers in NSX-T when using PKS

    As of version 1.1.4, PKS uses version 2.0 of the NCP pod. This pod is responsible for performing managing resources in NSX-T, which includes creating routers, switches, allocating IPs, etc. Unfortunately, in version 2.0 of the NCP pod there is an issue where each time the pod is restarted, it will create duplicate virtual servers [...]
    Blog Name: Author: Chris Greene
    Published on 2018-08-20 | Time 16:18:40
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    Horizon View 7.5 : Add View Licence, Event…

    Horizon View 7.5 : Add View Licence, Event Database and vCenter Part-12 – Horizon View 7.5 : Add View Licence, Event… Add View Licence, Event Database and vCenter Server Hi All, Today we will discuss about how to add Horizon View Licence, View Event Database and vCenter server to Horizon View administrator portal. Horizon View 7.5 blog series: “Horizon…Continue Reading→
    Blog Name: massmans Author: massmans
    Published on 2018-08-20 | Time 16:10:21
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    VMworld 2018 in Las Vegas

    I was going to write my own post, but Cody Hosterman already did a great one. Cody’s VMworld 2018 and Pure Storage Blog The sessions are filling up so it will be a good idea to register and get there early. I am very excited about talking about Kubernetes on vSphere. It will follow my ... Continue Reading "VMworld 2018 in Las Vegas"
    Blog Name: 2 VCP’s and a Truck Author: Jon Owings
    Published on 2018-08-20 | Time 15:13:01
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    vExpert NSX – 2018

    Honored to be included among the very smart crew of folks who champion the need for SDN on the VMware NSX-v and NSX-t platforms!  Such a great team of people and always great to work with the NBSU at VMware (@VMWareNSX).                    … Continue reading →
    Blog Name: VirtSecurity Author: VirtSecurity
    Published on 2018-08-20 | Time 14:55:41
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    VMworld 2018 – Preflight Checklist

    I can’t believe it’s almost here again.  Less than a week from now and I’ll be in Las Vegas at the coolest technology conference of the year.  This will be... Read more » The post VMworld 2018 – Preflight Checklist appeared first on
    Blog Name: VirtuallyInclined Author: Shawn
    Published on 2018-08-20 | Time 14:40:52
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    VMworld 2018 is One Week Away!

    If you are a virtualization fanatic, then August is a super exciting month for you. VMware’s annual virtualization conference comes around at the end of August and this year it’s in sunny Las Vegas, at the Mandalay Bay hotel and conference center. You can expect around 20,000+ attendees this year and over 200 vendors to...
    Blog Name: vDestination: you’re virtually there Author: Greg W Stuart
    Published on 2018-08-20 | Time 14:00:16
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    What’s happening at VMworld 2018??

    We are just a week away from the VMworld US 2018 conference and its time to get excited. Hopefully, all of you have registered for the event, booked your travel and accommodation. And more importantly, registered for the parties throughout the week. If you don’t know which ones to attend, here is a list of ... Continue Reading What’s happening at VMworld 2018?? →
    Blog Name: Datacenter Rookie Author: Bhavin Shah
    Published on 2018-08-20 | Time 14:00:10
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    Veeam @VMworld 2018 Edition…

    VMworld 2018 is less than a week away, and I can’t wait to fly into Las Vegas for my sixth VMworld and second with Veeam. It’s been an interesting year or so since the last VMworld and the industry has shifted a little when it comes to the backup and recovery market. Data management is the new buzz and lots The post Veeam @VMworld 2018 Edition… appeared first on VIRTUALIZATION IS LIFE!.
    Blog Name: Virtualization Is Life Author: Anthony Spiteri
    Published on 2018-08-20 | Time 13:47:05
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    Application Stats Collection in Kubernetes via Telegraf Sidecars and Wavefront

    by Bahubali Shetti Director of Public Cloud Solutions for VMware Cloud Services at VMware This blog was originally posted here, on August 7, 2018. (This is a follow up for the blog: Monitoring VMware Kubernetes Engine and Application Metrics with Wavefront) Kubernetes (K8S), is becoming the defacto management tool to run applications homogeneously across resources (bare metal, public cloud, The post Application Stats Collection in Kubernetes via Telegraf Sidecars and Wavefront appeared firs[...]
    Blog Name: Cloud-Native Apps Author: Cloud-Native Apps
    Published on 2018-08-20 | Time 13:00:32
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    New Release: PowerCLI 10.2.0

    It’s new release day! Even though we’re counting down the days to VMworld, we still have a fresh version for you with PowerCLI 10.2.0! Speaking of counting, this marks the 4th release of PowerCLI this year. I remember when getting 2 updates in a single year was a major event, much less four! A big [...] The post New Release: PowerCLI 10.2.0 appeared first on VMware PowerCLI Blog.
    Blog Name: PowerCLI Author: Kyle Ruddy
    Published on 2018-08-20 | Time 13:00:18
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    Join us at VMworld 2018 US for the Following Can’t Miss Cloud Sessions!!

    Enterprises globally are on a journey towards a multi-cloud world to gain the agility and performance needed to realize true digital transformation and meet their business objectives. At VMworld 2018 US, we have a plethora of sessions to enhance your multi-cloud knowledge and empower you through your journey to the multi-cloud world. Here are some The post Join us at VMworld 2018 US for the Following Can’t Miss Cloud Sessions!! appeared first on VMware Cloud Provider Blog.
    Blog Name: vCloud Author: anandi
    Published on 2018-08-20 | Time 12:00:44
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    Persistent memory (PMEM) & VMware

    Persistent memory (PMEM) & VMware   البعض منا شاهد او قرأ عن الأشياء الجديدة فى الاصدار الجديد من vSphere 6.7  ويمكن لاحظ احد هذة الاشياء الجديدة وهو ال Persistent memory وهذة من الاشياء التى اراها اهم شئ فى الاصدار الجديد وللاسف لم اجد لها اى معلومات للتعرف عليها او كيف تعمل او فكرتها فى عالمنا العر[...]
    Blog Name: vmman Author: Khaled Eldesouky
    Published on 2018-08-20 | Time 12:00:37
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    All-Flash Stretched vSAN Cluster and VM/Host Rules

    Advertise here with BSA I had a question last week about the need for DRS Rules or also known as VM/Host Rules in an All-Flash Stretched vSAN Infrastructure. In a vSAN Stretched Cluster, there is read locality implemented. The read locality functionality, in this case, ensures that: reads will always come from the local fault domain. This means that [...] The post All-Flash Stretched vSAN Cluster and VM/Host Rules appeared first on Yellow Bricks.
    Blog Name: Yellow Bricks Author: Duncan Epping
    Published on 2018-08-20 | Time 11:51:10
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    vCenter Server Appliance (vCSA) automated/unattended deployment

    Installing the vCenter Server Aplliance (vCSA) automatically using an unattended deployment can be done by command line (CLI) in combination with a JSON config file.  In this example an embedded vCenter Server Appliance with the Platform Service Controller (PSC) and vCenter Server role will be deployed. Prerequisites: This example is based on a Windows Operating ... Read more The post vCenter Server Appliance (vCSA) automated/unattended deployment appeared first on
    Blog Name: Author: Ivo Beerens
    Published on 2018-08-20 | Time 09:54:28