How to Add a Linux Machine as PowerShell Host in vRO

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Introduction In this article we will look into the alpha version of Microsoft Windows PowerShell v6 for both Linux and Microsoft Windows. We will show how to execute PowerShell commands between Linux , Windows, and VMware vRealize Orchestrator (vRO): Linux to Windows Windows to Linux Linux to Linux vRO to Linux We will also show Read more...

The Anatomy of an Instant Clone

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By Travis Wood If you’ve used Horizon View over the last few years, then you most likely have come across linked clones. Linked clones use a parent image, called a “replica,” that serves read requests to multiple virtual machines (VMs), and the writes in each desktop are captured on their own delta disk. Replicas can Read more...

VMworld Session Preview: MGT775

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By Andrea Siviero Data center virtualization continues to receive attention in enterprise organizations that want to reduce IT costs and create a more flexible, efficient, and automated applications workload environment. As an IT organization, you must contend with many different software and hardware components. And not only do you have to manage a lot of Read more...

VMworld Session Preview: Advanced Network Services with NSX

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By Romain Decker It is no secret that IT is in constant evolution. IT trends such as Cloud Adoption, Distributed Applications, Micro-Services or Internet of Things have emerged over the last years. Nevertheless, the focus is still on applications and on how they compute and deliver data to consumers. Whether their role is to generate Read more...

VMware Validated Design for SDDC 2.0 – Now Available

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By Jonathan McDonald Recently I have been involved in a rather cool project inside VMware, aimed at validating and integrating all the different VMware products. The most interesting customer cases I see are related to this work because oftentimes products work independently without issue—but together can create unique problems. To be honest, it is really Read more...

Define SDDC Success Based on IT Outcomes

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By Andrea Siviero You’ve just deployed a new technology solution; how do you define whether or not it was a success? People often have difficulty agreeing on the definition of “success” because there are two interconnected dimensions in which a project can be judged as a success or a failure. The first is project management Read more...