VMware Infrastructure Earns Common Criteria EAL4+ Certification | VMware Security Blog

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From Eric Betts at the VMware Security Blog — something we’re very proud of. Link: VMware: VMware Security Blog: VMware Infrastructure Earns Common Criteria EAL4+ Certification. On May 20, 2008, VMware VI3 (ESX Server 3.0.2 & VirtualCenter 2.0.2) achieved Common Criteria certification at EAL4+ under the Canadian Common Criteria Evaluation and Certification Scheme (CCS).  EAL4+ Read more...

PowerShell and Plugins: Communities Roundtable #6

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We had a great call this morning on the sixth episode of the little podcast we like to call "VMware Communities Roundtable." Our focus was on automation and scripting of VMware Virtual Infrastructure. Joining us were Carter Shanklin, product manager for the VI Toolkit (for Windows) that uses PowerShell and a very useful set of Read more...

A Look at Some VMware Infrastructure Architectural Advantages | Virtual Reality

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If you’ve been wondering what the real differences are between VMware and other architectures and how that difference translates into benefits, read on. (For a slightly deeper dive, check out this 13-page white paper: VMware Infrastructure Architecture Overview.) Link: VMware: Virtual Reality: A Look at Some VMware Infrastructure Architectural Advantages. Our customers have been asking Read more...

Introducing VAssert

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VAssert is a new API, debuting in Workstation 6.5, that uses the Record and Replay functionality that we’ve been talking about for some time now. As you can tell by its name, VAssert is a relative of your standing programming ASSERT debugging tool, but by delaying assert-checking until later when the exact machine instructions are Read more...