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Advanced Cross vCenter Server Migration Integrated in vSphere 7 U1c

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The latest vSphere patch is released. Next to various improvements and fixes, the Advanced Cross vCenter Server vMotion (XVM) feature is also part of this patch release! Make sure to check out the release notes of the vSphere 7 Update 1c release. This patch release includes the following new capabilities and fixes: Physical NIC statistics: vCenter Read more...
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Join us LIVE in a Few Hours to Talk SECURITY!

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What are you doing at 1:30 PM Central today? Why don’t you join our YouTube LIVE Stream where Mike Foley, Ken Drori, and I (Bob Plankers) talk about the present state and future directions of VMware vSphere Security? Mike is old-school vSphere Security Technical Marketing who is now working with Kubernetes and vSphere with Tanzu, Read more...
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core.vmware.com: A New Site for Technical Information

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This past summer the technical marketing teams behind VMware Cloud Foundation, vSAN, and vSphere came together under one hypothetical “roof” inside VMware. Just like with roommates or relationships, when people move in together one big question is “where does all the stuff go?” So, we started a new site, core.vmware.com, just for all of our Read more...

Photon OS 4.0 Beta Release is now available

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Photon OS team at VMware is pleased to announce the Beta release of the Photon 4.0. Photon 4.0 builds upon the innovation of our enterprise class, Open Source virtual appliance OS, which can be found powering thousands of deployments the field. With exciting improvements to the 3.0 rev 2 release, Photon 4.0 comes with new Read more...

Photon OS announces migration to New Package Repository

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Photon OS currently hosts the required packages and other artifacts using public servers on Bintray. As such, when a user issues any tdnf commands, Photon OS looks for the package updates in the Bintray repository.  Going forward, we will be transitioning away from this service to one that is hosted at packages.vmware.com/photon. Over the last few weeks the team has been busy getting things ready, and the new repository is already populated with all the packages and artifacts and is ready to take over to continue serving packages Read more...