NSX Cloud Blog Series: Part 1

NSX Cloud Blog Series: Part 1

This post was originally published on this site —On the heels of announcing general availability of NSX Cloud on June 5th, we’re pleased to announce that NSX Cloud was selected as Best of Show runners-up in the cloud computing category at Interop Tokyo. The full list of all winners is available here. For those unfamiliar, Interop Tokyo is a major event of over 140,000 attendees, and this award requires an hour presentation including a demo and Q&A to the Interop Committee, so this award came with some scrutiny and we’re proud to Read more […]

What’s New in Workspace ONE UEM 9.5 & Workspace ONE Intelligence

What’s New in Workspace ONE UEM 9.5 & Workspace ONE Intelligence

This post was originally published on this site —Management & Security Enhancements in UEM 9.5 + Intelligence Updates The latest updates and features for Workspace ONE UEM 9.5 are now available! This release’s highlights are: simplified license management for Apple VPP, distribution enhancements for Android apps, automated onboarding, and security improvements for Windows 10. Additionally, we’re excited to provide and update on the latest Workspace ONE Intelligence features. To test out these features with step-by-step instructions, Read more […]

Expand Your EMM Deployment to Support BYOD with Workspace ONE

Expand Your EMM Deployment to Support BYOD with Workspace ONE

This post was originally published on this site —As customers work to stay competitive with attracting and hiring top talent, BYOD is becoming less of a choice and more of a baseline standard. Today’s top talent demands choice in the devices they work from, where they work, and experiences that mimic those in their personal life. Our customer’s report: 30% of devices that connect to enterprise systems are under management. That means another 70% of devices out there are not corporate-liable, and therefore, considered BYOD. It used Read more […]

New Release: VMware PowerCLI 10.1.1

New Release: VMware PowerCLI 10.1.1

This post was originally published on this site —It’s release day and we have another terrific update ready for you. VMware PowerCLI 10.1.1 includes some very important updates specifically for the Horizon View folks! PowerCLI 10.1.1 includes brand new support for Horizon View 7.5. This is quite significant because Horizon View was released just a few short weeks ago and had quite a few amazing updates as well. More information about the Horizon View 7.5 release is available: Horizon 7.5 View Release Notes There are two other notable improvements Read more […]

Introducing Horizon Client for Chrome 4.8

Introducing Horizon Client for Chrome 4.8

This post was originally published on this site —The new Horizon Client for Chrome 4.8 is here! The Horizon team’s strategy for Chromebooks is like finger jello, with lots of colorful layers. We generally recommend that customers install the Horizon Client for Android from the Google Play Store. But some older Chromebooks can’t access to the Google Play store. For those users, we have a new, completely rewritten Horizon Client for Chrome. The new Chrome 4.8 client is more stable and will be easier to maintain. However, the new client Read more […]

WWDC 2018: Keynote Highlights for iOS, macOS, and tvOS

WWDC 2018: Keynote Highlights for iOS, macOS, and tvOS

This post was originally published on this site —WWDC 2018 Keynote Platform Highlights As is tradition, Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO, kicked off another Apple Worldwide Developers Conference commonly called WWDC (or “dub dub” to some attendees) with a keynote full of announcements. This year saw more focus on expanding the unique capabilities of Apple’s core platforms and giving developers more power to innovate by growing their development frameworks. I attended WWDC 2018 and here are my main takeaways and summaries of the announcements Read more […]

Horizon Cloud on Microsoft Azure now supports Windows 10 VDI!

Horizon Cloud on Microsoft Azure now supports Windows 10 VDI!

This post was originally published on this site —It’s official! VMware Horizon Cloud now supports Windows 10 VDI on Microsoft Azure. When we launched Horizon Cloud on Microsoft Azure in late 2017, we offered RDS-based desktops and applications with graphics support.  The interest we received was phenomenal and given VMware’s leadership in desktop virtualization, it wasn’t long before we received a large number of requests to add VDI to the simple yet powerful solution we had introduced. We’ve heard you. With our expertise Read more […]

Announcing the What’s New in vSphere 6.7 Whitepaper

Announcing the What’s New in vSphere 6.7 Whitepaper

This post was originally published on this site —With the recent announcement and general availability of vSphere 6.7 we’ve seen an immense amount of interest. With each new version of vSphere we continue to see customers start their testing of new releases earlier and earlier in the release cycle. vSphere 6.7 brings a number of important new features that vSphere Administrators as well architects and business leaders are excited about. vSphere 6.7 focuses on simplifying management at scale, securing both infrastructure and workloads, being Read more […]

Configuring TPM 2.0 on a 6.7 ESXi host

Configuring TPM 2.0 on a 6.7 ESXi host

This post was originally published on this site —In a previous blog post I went over the details on how ESXi uses a TPM 2.0 chip to provide assurance that Secure Boot did its job and how that “attestation” rolls up to vCenter to be reported on. In this blog article I’m going to go over some of steps necessary to configure the ESXi host to use TPM 2.0 chip. Now, I have only a limited number of hardware systems in my lab from which to do this, but the steps should be familiar, regardless of the server model. Stop! Important Note! Please Read more […]

What’s New in Performance – VMware vSphere 6.7

What’s New in Performance – VMware vSphere 6.7

This post was originally published on this site —Underlying each release of VMware vSphere are many performance and scalability improvements. The vSphere 6.7 platform continues to provide industry-leading performance and features to ensure the successful virtualization and management of your entire software-defined datacenter. The What’s New in Performance for vSphere 6.7 white paper highlights significant scale and performance items such as: 2x increase in VMware vCenter Server Operations Per Second over the 6.5 release Support for 1GB Large Read more […]