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  • Announcing General Availability of VMware vRealize Automation 8.0

    Today, I am delighted to announce the general availability of VMware vRealize Automation 8.0, the latest release of our industry-leading hybrid cloud automation platform.     We announced vRealize Automation 8.0 at VMworld US 2019 in San Francisco. Sharing the same modern container-based architecture with the SaaS-based VMware vRealize Automation Cloud, this release of vRealize The post Announcing General Availability of VMware vRealize Automation 8.0 appeared first on VMware Cloud Management[...]
    Blog Name: Cloud Mgmt Author: Ken Lee
    Published on 2019-10-17 | Time 22:14:09
  • Commvault Metallic and AWS RDS on vSphere – The Future of IT

    I'm a big fan of running the control plane of enterprise IT in the public cloud. For technical and compliance reasons, it's not always possible or practical to migrate physical workloads to the public cloud. Data has gravity. It's much easier to place the processing closer to the data than it is to move the data. 
    Blog Name: thectoadvisor.com Author: Keith Townsend
    Published on 2019-10-17 | Time 21:38:50
  • What’s new in vRealize Log Insight 8.0

    vRealize Log Insight 8.0 is generally available today and includes a number of customer-requested features and enhancements. Log Insight is VMware’s on-premises log analytics tool which makes troubleshooting and basic security monitoring a breeze. If you’re not using Log Insight today, then head over to the product page and take advantage of the 60-day evaluation The post What’s new in vRealize Log Insight 8.0 appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.
    Blog Name: Cloud Mgmt Author: Matt Bradford
    Published on 2019-10-17 | Time 19:29:58
  • Going to VMworld Europe? Claim Your Seat for these Sessions from the Education Services team!

    VMworld 2019 Europe is coming soon! If you are registered to attend, the VMworld 2019 Europe Schedule Builder is your ticket for getting a seat in the hottest sessions. And it’s easier than ever to register! Simply log in to your VMworld account, click on content catalog, find the sessions you want, and add them to your The post Going to VMworld Europe? Claim Your Seat for these Sessions from the Education Services team! appeared first on VMworld Blog.
    Blog Name: VMworld Author: crystalg
    Published on 2019-10-17 | Time 18:07:29
  • Automating Keytab Rotation for Identity Bridging on VMware Unified Access Gateway

    When using web reverse proxy and identity bridging edge services on VMware Unified Access Gateway, end-users present their identity through certificate or SAML assertion to access internal web applications. Unified Access Gateway converts the certificate or SAML assertion to a Kerberos ticket on behalf of the user and uses that to authenticate against the internal webserver; this process is called Kerberos Constrained Delegation (KCD).  Because Unified Access Gateway is not[...]
    Blog Name: AirWatch Author: Andreano Lanusse
    Published on 2019-10-17 | Time 16:00:22
  • VMware Disaster Recovery To Azure Step-By-Step – Part 4

    In the 1st part, we saw how to deploy and configure the Azure Site Recovery Configuration Server, in this 2nd part we will see how to configure Azure. In the 2nd part, we saw the Azure configuration and how to enable replication of our on-premises VMs. In the 3rd part, we saw how to test [...] The post VMware Disaster Recovery To Azure Step-By-Step – Part 4 appeared first on .
    Blog Name: arnaudpain.com Author: arnaud
    Published on 2019-10-17 | Time 15:00:24
  • How Amazon RDS on VMware Works

    By Roger Freixa, Director Managed Services CPSBU, VMware During VMworld 2018 U.S., VMware and AWS announced Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) on VMware. See the announcement on our Cloud Community blog here. Amazon RDS on VMware is a service that makes it easy for customers to set up, operate, and scale databases in VMware-based The post How Amazon RDS on VMware Works appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
    Blog Name: vSphere Author: Adam Eckerle
    Published on 2019-10-17 | Time 14:27:34
  • VMware vSphere Storage Controller Types

    Storage controllers are needed to access virtual disks, CD/DVD-ROM and SCSI devices on a virtual machine. When you create a virtual machine, at least one storage controller will be added by default. There are different types of controllers available and you can choose the type based on the guest operating system and application requirement. In [...] The post VMware vSphere Storage Controller Types appeared first on VMarena.
    Blog Name: VMARENA Author: Rajesh Radhakrishnan
    Published on 2019-10-17 | Time 12:09:24
  • vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager 8.0 – What’s New

    What is vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager? vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager automates install, configuration, upgrade, patch, configuration management, drift remediation and health from within a single pane of glass for the vRealize Suite components. vRSLCM frees IT Managers/Cloud admin resources to focus on business-critical initiatives, while improving time to value, reliability and consistency across their environments. The post vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager 8.0 – What’s New appeared f[...]
    Blog Name: Cloud Mgmt Author: Hicham (he-sham) Mourad
    Published on 2019-10-17 | Time 12:00:33
  • vRealize Automation 8 – Install and Configuration

    vRealize Automation 8 (vRA) brings an entirely new cloud management and automation experience to your on premises datacenter.  While the capabilities are new for on prem, the same codebase and features have been available with our SaaS offering, vRealize Automation Cloud, since January 2019.  We frequently talk about the new micro-services architecture, cloud agnostic deployment capabilities The post vRealize Automation 8 – Install and Configuration appeared first on VMware Cloud Managemen[...]
    Blog Name: Cloud Mgmt Author: Karl Fultz
    Published on 2019-10-17 | Time 11:50:26
  • What’s New in vRealize Operations 8.0?

    Today marks general availability of vRealize Operations 8.0. I’m excited to tell you about the amazing features available in this release. Grab a coffee or tea and sit back because this is another huge release with lots of exciting new features. Improved Initial Onboarding To start things off, we’ve improved initial onboarding. For new deployments, The post What’s New in vRealize Operations 8.0? appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.
    Blog Name: Cloud Mgmt Author: Brandon Gordon
    Published on 2019-10-17 | Time 10:00:05
  • Top 20 articles for vSAN, September 2019

    Status of TLSv1.1/1.2 Enablement and TLSv1.0 Disablement across VMware products Thick-provisioned VMs on vSAN detected on vSAN-health check “Host cannot communicate with all other nodes in vSAN enabled cluster” error vSAN Health Service – Online Health – Controller Utility Is Installed on Host VASA Provider Registration Troubleshooting Unable to retrieve vSAN related information via HTML5 The post Top 20 articles for vSAN, September 2019 appeared first on VMware Support Insider.
    Blog Name: Support Insider Author: antonyn
    Published on 2019-10-17 | Time 09:32:59
  • Automating VDI Template Creation with VMware Code Stream and HashiCorp Packer – Part 3: Automating the Solution

    In part 2 we automated the installation of our VMware Horizon agents, including AppVolumes and Dynamic Environment Manager. We also patched our template and applied optimization settings using the VMware OSOT fling. In this final part, we automate the entire solution from end-to-end using VMware CI/CD tool, Code Stream. In the end, with one-click, we ... Continue Reading Automating VDI Template Creation with VMware Code Stream and HashiCorp Packer – Part 3: Automating the Solution
    Blog Name: virtualhobbit Author: virtualhobbit
    Published on 2019-10-17 | Time 09:22:04
  • VMware Labs has released a new Fling – Virtual Machine Compute Optimizer 2.0

    The Virtual Machine Compute Optimizer (VMCO) is a Powershell script that uses the PowerCLI module to capture information about the hosts and VMS running in your vSphere environment, and reports back on whether the VMs are configured optimally based on the Host CPU and memory. It will flag a VM as “YES” if it is optimized and “NO” if it is not. For non-optimized VMs, a recommendation is made that will keep the same number of vCPUs currently configured, with the optimal number of virtu[...]
    Blog Name: https://ntpro.nl
    Published on 2019-10-17 | Time 09:08:00
  • Novedades de Horizon 7.10 (Parte I)

    Novedades de Horizon 7.10 Si solo deseas una interfaz de usuario estable y fiable sin muchas sorpresas, estarás satisfecho con VMware Horizon 7.10, lanzado en paralelo con VMware CART 5.2. Los cambios en la plataforma Horizon incluyen la actualización de [...] La entrada Novedades de Horizon 7.10 (Parte I) aparece primero en Blog Virtualización & Cloud Computing.
    Blog Name: Jose Maria Gonzalez Author: Miguel Angel Alonso Pomar
    Published on 2019-10-17 | Time 07:30:12