Month: March 2017

Tackling the Top Threats in Cybersecurity with VMware TrustPoint

Tackling the Top Threats in Cybersecurity with VMware TrustPoint

This post was originally published on this site —Searching for the term “cybersecurity” in your favorite search engine yields some interesting and somewhat alarming results. You will see advertisements from security vendors telling you not to become the “next target”. If you search within the U.S., the Department of Homeland Security website will likely show up. You may see yet another organization who just got hacked, maybe even for the second or third time in recent years. Threats in the cyber world are showing up everywhere Read more […]

vSphere 6.5 with RoCE (RDMA over Converged Ethernet) and Certification Suite

vSphere 6.5 with RoCE (RDMA over Converged Ethernet) and Certification Suite

This post was originally published on this site —With vSphere 6.5, we introduced RDMA over Converged Ethernet  (RoCE). RDMA over Converged Ethernet (RoCE) is a network protocol that allows remote direct memory access (RDMA) over an Ethernet network. RoCE dramatically accelerates communication between two network end-points leveraging DMA over converged Ethernet infrastructure. RoCE is supported in two mode RoCE v1 and RoCE v2. The RoCE v1 protocol is an Ethernet link layer protocol with Ethertype 0x8915, it means that the frame Read more […]

VMware Horizon Client for Windows 4.4 Updates

VMware Horizon Client for Windows 4.4 Updates

This post was originally published on this site —HGTV’s Chip Gaines has demolition day; I have launch day. Let’s walk through the VMware Horizon Client for Windows 4.4 updates: Blast Extreme Support: All Horizon Clients now support our faster, more robust update to the Blast Extreme protocol. To take full advantage of it, your administrator will have to be running the latest Horizon agent in the virtual machine. Read more about Blast Extreme Adaptive Transport (or BEAT) here. Aero Peek: We’ve also made remote applications behave Read more […]

Mobile Leaks Are On the Rise: Should You Be Concerned?

Mobile Leaks Are On the Rise: Should You Be Concerned?

This post was originally published on this site —Getting Things Done While on the Go The big idea behind mobile technology is exactly that: it is mobile. Employees are no longer tied to a desk. We can now send that customer quote or fix that issue without a mad dash back to the office. We are accustomed to (and somewhat obsessed with) the immediacy of response, interaction and, of course, pictures of kittens. Click to download our free eBook. But in the rush to do anything at anytime, did we overlook security? I do not think we meant to let it Read more […]

Announcing the New Reviewer’s Guide for Cloud-Based VMware Workspace ONE

Announcing the New Reviewer’s Guide for Cloud-Based VMware Workspace ONE

This post was originally published on this site —With significant contributions from Kevin Sheehan, End-User-Computing Architect, End-User-Computing Customer Success Team, VMware The new Reviewer’s Guide for Cloud-Based VMware Workspace ONE is now available to download. Use this Reviewer’s Guide to learn about VMware Workspace ONE architecture and components, and familiarize yourself with its features using the practical exercises. Mobility is critical for today’s workforce. Work hours are no longer restricted to the traditional Read more […]

Using PowerCLI for Distributed Switch Management

Using PowerCLI for Distributed Switch Management

This post was originally published on this site —We’re excited to release another video in the series on PowerCLI tips and tricks! This time we’re covering how to use PowerCLI for distributed switch management. This video shows how to perform the following tasks easily: Creating a vSphere Distributed Switch Adding Hosts to the Created vSphere Distributed Switch Creating Distributed Port Groups Creating a VMKernel NIC with vMotion Enabled Creating a VMKernel NIC with Fault Tolerance Enabled Backing Up a vSphere Distributed Switch Configuration Restoring Read more […]

Unifying Desktop & Mobile: Introducing New Samsung Galaxy S8 + VMware Workspace ONE

Unifying Desktop & Mobile: Introducing New Samsung Galaxy S8 + VMware Workspace ONE

This post was originally published on this site —Here in VMware End-User Computing (EUC), we’re all about the emergence of the digital workspace. The continuing wave of the consumerization of IT is driving enormous change in how end users work…and expect to work. Many people accept it as standard today; we can use our personal phones, tablets and PCs for work interchangeably with the devices and PCs our employers provide. This assumption leads to the further implication that our applications—from popular Windows apps to internal Read more […]

ANNOUNCING: Our 2017 End-User Computing (EUC) Champions

ANNOUNCING: Our 2017 End-User Computing (EUC) Champions

This post was originally published on this site — Congratulations to these 28 thought leaders! Thought leadership is easier said than done. It takes hard work and an ear to the ground to stay on top of industry trends. It also takes a certain amount of finesse to influence people in the industry year after year. Many of our 2017 VMware EUC Champions have been thought leaders for decades, while others are rapidly becoming the go-to experts in their respective area. Whether new or returning, this year’s Champions are among the ranks of end-user Read more […]

Webhook-Shims Now Available on Docker Hub

Webhook-Shims Now Available on Docker Hub

This post was originally published on this site —Would you like to extend your Log Insight and vRealize Operations alerts to open tickets in ServiceNow or automatically attempt remediation?  What about notifications or ChatOps?  These and more are possible with Webhook-Shims, an open source solution to empower VMware Intelligent Operations with practically unlimited functionality. Until now, installing Webhook-Shims required some knowledge or willingness to learn to use Python virtual environments and installing some additional Python Read more […]

Access Internal REST APIs in vR Ops with PowerShell

Access Internal REST APIs in vR Ops with PowerShell

This post was originally published on this site —The following blog post originated on the personal blog of VMware Sr. Systems Engineer, Vinith Menon.  With his permission, I am reposting this content here on the official VMware Cloud Management blog.  In this post, Vinith provides a way to access the vRealize Operations internal APIs via Powershell.  The public APIs can be accessed through the PowerCLI module for vRealize Operations, but there are some useful APIs to explore in the internal API set.  Be aware that internal Read more […]