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VMware Cloud on AWS – Security Policies Deep Dive

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It’s been an epic journey so far, and we’ve learned lots. We discussed what VMware Cloud on AWS is, and why it might be an excellent fit for you as a vSphere administrator. We setup our AWS customer VPC and deployed our cloud SDDC. We talked about the various networking components that are required. In Read more...

VMware Cloud on AWS – The Importance Of Policies

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We’ve made great progress in the past few weeks, and we’re almost at the end of this introductory journey. In the first blog we talked about why VMware Cloud on AWS might be a good fit for your environment. Next, we setup our AWS customer VPC and deployed our Cloud SDDC. In the third post Read more...

VMware Cloud on AWS – Your Management Toolset

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So you’ve setup your customer VPC in AWS, deployed your VMware Cloud on AWS SDDC into the cloud and configured the required connectivity to secure your management traffic, enable vMotion and extend your on-premises networks into the cloud. In this blogpost we’re going to be looking into the tools that you can use to manage Read more...

VMware Cloud on AWS Connectivity

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VMware Cloud on AWS Connectivity Welcome back! This is the third blogpost in our series about getting started with VMware Cloud on AWS as a vSphere administrator. So far we’ve discussed the VMware Cloud on AWS offering, then we moved on to setting up the AWS customer VPC and deploying the VMware Cloud on AWS Read more...

VMware Cloud on AWS First Steps

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Welcome back! So you read the last post on getting started with VMware Cloud on AWS as a vSphere admin, and you’re itching to get started? That’s great! In this post I’m going to walk you through the VMware Cloud on AWS first steps. We’ll setup the Customer VPC and then deploy your VMware Cloud on Read more...

VMware Cloud on AWS  – Getting Started as a vSphere Admin

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What is VMware Cloud on AWS? If you’re a VMworld regular or follow our announcements you’ve probably heard of VMware Cloud on AWS, but if you haven’t let me summarise. At it’s heart, it is a service (and this is an important point) which allows you to consume VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) running on bare metal Read more...
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Security Issue with VMware Tools: VMSA-2019-0009

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Vulnerability Summary Customers should be aware of an important issue with VMware Tools where a non-privileged user on a Windows VM could read information or cause problems in a VM running VMware Tools lower than 10.3.10. The official designation from VMware is VMSA-2019-0009 on the VMware Security Advisories page and mailing list. This vulnerability is Read more...
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HTML5 Web Client Fling: A Feature Catch-up

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Flings are awesome! Have you heard about VMware’s Flings website? It’s packed with free tools (130 at the time of writing) that can make your life much easier, and it’s where a number of features are road tested before they get rolled into a product. One of the most popular examples of this is the Read more...