TELLING THEIR SIDE OF THE STORY – VMworld 2017

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WHAT DOES A GLOBAL NEWS AND ENTERTAINMENT TELEVISION NETWORK, WOMEN AND CHILDREN EMPOWERMENT, A LEADING DIGITAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTION, A FURNITURE MAKER, A PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY, A MAJOR MEDICAL CENTER, AND NEW YORK CITY HAVE IN COMMON? Each of them will be telling their side of the story at VMware 2017 in Las Vegas next week. Be sure you Read more...

Providing Insight into VM Deployment Status with vRA

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LUCIANO GOMES Technical Account Manager As TAMs we are always trying to help our customers to do more with our tools. Sometimes we face some challenges and we need to use our experience and knowledge to overcome them. I spent 3 years as a Senior Consultant in the Field, and I had the opportunity to Read more...

These are a few of my favorite vROps dashboards.

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  The job of a VMware TAM is, among many things, to help guide our customers through various challenges such as monitoring and managing their environments. To some, monitoring may sound like a mundane and uncomplicated slice of your IT infrastructure, but it is not the same Boolean up or down gadget that we got Read more...

Managing VMware NSX Manager Global Certificates

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Introduction   In a previous post called Managing VMware NSX Edge and Manager Certificates, we looked into NSX Edge self-signed certificates, certificates signed by a Certification Authority (CA), and certificates generated and signed by a CA and how to use them in NSX. We briefly mentioned a functionality called Global certificates as well. NSX Global Read more...

Virtual Network Provisioning via the Hypervisor

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We’ve shared other resources with you before that discuss what network virtualization is and the essential of micro-segmentation. Today, we’re taking a look at provisioning virtual networks. According to our free whitepaper Network Virtualization Makes Your Life Easier: Virtual networks can be provisioned using a cloud management platform (CMP) that requests virtual network and security services for corresponding workloads. Read more...