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Introducing the new DRS logic and UI including VM DRS scores

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The first release of Distributed Resource Scheduling (DRS) dates back in 2006. Since then, the data center and workloads have changed significantly. With the latest release of VMware Cloud on AWS, revision M9, we introduce the new DRS UI that accompanies the improved DRS logic that was already introduced in release M5. The new and Read more...
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vSphere Signing Certificate Expiry – What You Need To Know

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Why Do We Sign? To guarantee the security of your download, VMware releases are cryptographically signed. The certificate used to sign legacy releases of software expires at the end of December 2019. For some time now, we have been dual signing releases with the replacement certificate and the legacy certificate. Soon releases be will signed Read more...

Explore vSphere + Bitfusion – The Future of AI & ML

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We’re back with another vSphere Tweet Chat recap! In this edition, we explore vSphere and Bitfusion, and what this integration means for the future of AI and ML. To answer all of your questions, experts Jim Brogan (@brogan_record) and Don Sullivan (@dfsulliv) joined us to share the inside scoop. They answered some tough questions, and Read more...
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VMware vSphere & Microsoft LDAP Channel Binding & Signing (ADV190023)

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Update (1/16/2020): Updates to reflect the results of Integrated Windows Authentication testing. Microsoft has recently released warnings to its customer base that, in the March 2020 updates to Windows, it intends to change the default behavior of the Microsoft LDAP servers that are part of an Active Directory deployment. These changes will make secure LDAP Read more...
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vSphere Support for Intel FPGA

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Since VMware vSphere 6.7 Update 1, VMware expanded its array of supported hardware accelerators by introducing support for the Intel® Arria® 10 GX Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) devices. This blog post zooms in on what an FPGA is, what the generic FPGA architecture looks like and how to expose an Intel® Arria® 10 GX Read more...

Announcing vSphere Days 2020

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vSphere Days are coming in 2020! VMware and VMUG are hosting a new event this year, and you will want to be the first to experience it. vSphere Days are a complimentary, content-heavy, one-day event, focused on the current and future needs of vSphere users.     Based on the success of the vSphere Roadshows and Read more...
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VMware Welcomes The Future

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(To mark the end of the year we have been posting every day through January 1 with lighter vSphere and VMware topics. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do. See them all via the “2019 Wrap Up” tag!) For the final blog post of 2019 and of the 2019 Wrap Up, let’s Read more...
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Blast From The Past: Where We’ve Come From

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(To mark the end of the year we are posting every day through January 1 with lighter vSphere and VMware topics. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do. See them all via the “2019 Wrap Up” tag!) We’ve made it! By the time this blog post goes live it will be 2020 Read more...
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Eventful Year for vSphere: Top Blog Posts of 2019

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(To mark the end of the year we are posting every day through January 1 with lighter vSphere and VMware topics. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do. See them all via the “2019 Wrap Up” tag!) We’re in the home stretch, with mere hours until the end of the decade. To Read more...