Month: June 2017

Custom Web Development in a Crunch

Custom Web Development in a Crunch

This post was originally published on this site —   (Left to right) Senior UX Architect, Drew Malcolm; Director, User Experience, Nick Sabadosh; Visual Designer, Jeremy DeJiacomo; User Experience Designer, Xi Bi and User Experience Designer, Mithila Tople at Connect 2016.  Connecting at Connect   Our annual end-user conference (this year, part of VMworld 2017) brings together thousands of enterprise mobility enthusiasts, partners and customers. It’s the perfect opportunity to not only collect valuable insights, Read more […]

New @ VMworld: Industry Workshops & Showcase for Financial Services, Healthcare, Government & Retail

New @ VMworld: Industry Workshops & Showcase for Financial Services, Healthcare, Government & Retail

This post was originally published on this site —Last year, VMworld attendees gave our industry-specific sessions such high marks that we’re taking it up a notch this year. Join us for two VMworld firsts: Complimentary half-day, pre-conference industry workshops on August 27 A full-featured industry showcase August 27–31 Our increased commitment to industries at VMworld this year mirrors our dedication to solving unique business challenges with VMware technology and services. Through greater investment in industry experts, solutions Read more […]

The VMWare Certified Dell EMC Networking Plug-in Solution

The VMWare Certified Dell EMC Networking Plug-in Solution

This post was originally published on this site —Dell EMC’s Networking Plug-in Summary Description: The Dell EMC Networking plug-in lets an admin create an inventory of the physical network devices they wish to monitor. After the devices are discovered, the plug-in associates the virtual machine mapping to the physical device and the physical interfaces they connect to. The physical device alerts, health, CPU and memory utilization usage, and health is monitored and reported on the dashboards. There is no function to change the physical configuration Read more […]

Announcing the Introduction to VMware Horizon 7 for Citrix Administrators

Announcing the Introduction to VMware Horizon 7 for Citrix Administrators

This post was originally published on this site —We are excited to announce the Introduction to VMware Horizon 7 for Citrix Administrators white paper. This guide is for Citrix administrators or anyone with a Citrix background who wants to learn about VMware Horizon 7. It offers a tour of Horizon 7, how the Citrix components map to a Horizon 7 deployment, and the steps to get you started in evaluating Horizon 7. This guide covers some of the recent advances in Horizon 7, as well as how VMware JMP technologies deliver an enterprise-class, innovative Read more […]

STEM for All at UMass Lowell

STEM for All at UMass Lowell

This post was originally published on this site —The scientists of the future are embracing consumer-simple, enterprise-secure digital workspace solutions at UMass Lowell. With more than 17,750 students—and a strategic plan to increase enrollment to 20,000 over the next few years—this university is known for its educational initiatives in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Part of that mission is providing easier access to computationally complex and expensive STEM software packages. What started as a simple need for Read more […]

Secure By Default – VM.disable-unexposed-features

Secure By Default – VM.disable-unexposed-features

This post was originally published on this site —I’m super happy to announce that we are showing more progress in our quest for “Secure By Default” for ESXi and vCenter Server. This latest update is one that is near and dear to many of you who live and breath by the Hardening Guide (now called the Security Configuration Guide in 6.5) and its many offshoots and subsets and supersets like PCI, HIPAA, DISA STIG, etc.. In ESXi 6.0 Patch 5 (see below), many of the VM.disable-unexposed-features.* settings are now set to be “Secure Read more […]

Learn all about vROps REST notifications and REST API’s in 60 minutes

Learn all about vROps REST notifications and REST API’s in 60 minutes

This post was originally published on this site —Purpose: vRealize Operations Manager (vROps) is an absolutely amazing and must have tool for any virtualized datacenter. Out of the box (OOTB), it provides a lot of functionalities. Unlike custom dashboards and super metrics, REST API’s are less explored areas of vROps. For notifications, we typically use “Send an Email” as a notification option. The less explored options are SNMP notifications and REST notifications plugins. So we should use REST notifications plugin over others Read more […]

Transform IT with VMware Workspace ONE

Transform IT with VMware Workspace ONE

This post was originally published on this site —It’s an age of disruption, of shifting technologies, increasing competition and expanding security threats. Employees have become digital nomads, constantly seeking out new tools and technologies to work successfully from anywhere and demanding more choice and simplicity to compete in a fast-changing world. Each day brings new challenges and, for the organizations who adapt, new possibilities. VMware Workspace ONE is the enterprise-secure platform that aligns with your business needs, transforming Read more […]

VMware AirWatch 101: Honeywell Dolphin CT50 Bar Code Enrollment

VMware AirWatch 101: Honeywell Dolphin CT50 Bar Code Enrollment

This post was originally published on this site —The bar code enrollment workflow simplifies enrollment into VMware AirWatch for Honeywell Dolphin CT50 devices. While Android Lollipop devices support bar code enrollment, Android Marshmallow devices require slightly different AirWatch Console configurations to enable this workflow. Today’s post covers the configurations and bar code enrollment workflow for Honeywell Dolphin CT50 devices on Android Marshmallow. Honeywell Dolphin CT50 Bar Code Enrollment In the following Read more […]

vRealize Log Insight agent multi-destination support

vRealize Log Insight agent multi-destination support

This post was originally published on this site —Agents make it possible to collect events from log files on Linux and Windows devices and forward them to a vRealize Log Insight server or a third-party logging system. Well … we all know that!! A LOT and yes I mean a LOT of folks from the field have asked for the agent to be able to send logs to multiple destinations and possibly over different protocols and perhaps also have filtering on the logs before they get sent as the cherry on the cake. With vRealize Log Insight v4.5 we Read more […]