Author: Robot Engine

Provision and Manage Kubernetes Clusters as-a-Service using vRealize Automation and Pivotal Container Service

Provision and Manage Kubernetes Clusters as-a-Service using vRealize Automation and Pivotal Container Service

This post was originally published on this site —Contributions by Pranay Bakre, Alka Gupta   Pivotal Container Service (PKS) aims to simplify how enterprises deploy, run and manage Kubernetes clusters on any cloud. Download the release from PivNet. Every enterprise wants to run containers in production. However, primary questions being asked are: “How do I get Kubernetes to work in my data center? How do I simplify deployment of kubernets clusters? How do I integrate kubernetes with my VMware SDDC ? What about security and Day 2 Read more […]

Android Series: Android Work Profile

Android Series: Android Work Profile

This post was originally published on this site —When you bring your personal Android device to work, how do you know your personal applications and data are kept private? With the Android work profile you can! This is part of Android enterprise and is the solution for securing personal data for employee-owned devices. When deployed by VMware Workspace ONE, powered by VMware AirWatch technology, users can get access to their work apps while keeping their personal apps and data private. Work applications are badged with an icon providing Read more […]

Horizon Cloud on Microsoft Azure–Technical Walkthrough (Part 5)

Horizon Cloud on Microsoft Azure–Technical Walkthrough (Part 5)

This post was originally published on this site —Creating an RDS Farms for Application and Desktop Sessions In part 4 of this blog series, I walked through the steps to create a Published Image, which could be used to create RDS Farms or VDI Desktops. In part 5 of this blog series, I am going to walk you through the process of creating, managing and using RDS Farms for both Application and Desktop sessions. As a quick reminder, an RDS Farm is a collection of servers (one or more) whereby multiple users can share each server concurrently. RDS Farms Read more […]

VMware and Okta: Accelerating the Journey to the Digital Workspace

VMware and Okta: Accelerating the Journey to the Digital Workspace

This post was originally published on this site —  Employees in today’s world of clouds, apps and mobility have a simple definition to enable them to be productive: anytime, anywhere access to apps on any device they can work from. VMware helps enable organizations in delivering this experience with VMware Workspace ONE, the intelligence-drive digital workspace platform that helps to simply and securely deliver and manage any app on any device. By integrating access control, application management and unified endpoint management, IT Read more […]

vRealize Log Insight and VMware Log Intelligence: Better Together

vRealize Log Insight and VMware Log Intelligence: Better Together

This post was originally published on this site —  vRealize Log Insight 1.0 was released for general availability in 2013, and since then it has steadily grown in features, scale, and customer adoption. I have worked with customers who have deployed up to sixty nodes of Log Insight across multiple clusters and datacenters, ingesting hundreds of thousands of events per second. While a deployment of that scale is great for simplifying troubleshooting and alerting, and performing root cause analysis by aggregating and forwarding events to a few Read more […]

New VMware Security Advisory VMSA-2018-0013

New VMware Security Advisory VMSA-2018-0013

This post was originally published on this site —— This is a critical security advisory from VMware (VMSA) — Today, VMware has released the following new security advisory: “VMSA-2018-0013 – VMware Workstation and Fusion updates address signature bypass and multiple denial-of-service vulnerabilities” This documents the remediation of an important severity issue (CVE-2018-6962) in VMware Fusion and moderate severity issues (CVE-2018-6963) in VMware Workstation and Fusion. Issue (a) CVE-2018-6962 is signature bypass vulnerability which may lead to a local privilege escalation. This issue Read more […]

[Deep Dive] Workspace ONE UEM 9.4 Features

[Deep Dive] Workspace ONE UEM 9.4 Features

This post was originally published on this site —Branding Updates, New Features, and Mobile Flows The latest updates and features for Workspace ONE are now available! This deep dive covers the following topics: branding updates, Android management enhancements, new Apple settings, new DLP settings, and mobile flows. To test out these features with step-by-step instructions, check out the Workspace ONE Quick-Start Tutorial. Product Rebranding and User Interface Enhancements To align with the Workspace ONE family of solutions, VMware AirWatch will Read more […]

Configuring Per-VM EVC with PowerCLI

Configuring Per-VM EVC with PowerCLI

This post was originally published on this site —vSphere 6.7 was released a couple weeks ago and there were a ton of new features announced. However, there was one feature I was particularly interested in and that was Per-VM EVC (Enhanced vMotion Compatibility). Giving a brief, high-level overview, EVC can be used to set a baseline of CPU features available to a VM or a set of VMs. In the past, this was a cluster-based setting. It was really nice because you could take hosts which didn’t have the same CPUs, use EVC to apply a common CPU Read more […]

VMSA-2018-0012

VMSA-2018-0012

This post was originally published on this site —— This is a critical security advisory from VMware (VMSA) — Greetings from the VMware Security Response Center! Today we released VMSA-2018-0012 which documents Hypervisor-Assisted Guest Mitigations for CVE-2018-3639 (Speculative Store Bypass). In addition CVE-2018-3640 (Rogue System Register Read) was also disclosed today. We thought a few points and a documentation summary would be in order to help sum up what this issue means for VMware products: CVE-2018-3639 – The issue requires Hypervisor-Assisted Guest Mitigations for vSphere to pass the new Read more […]

NSX Workshop: Secure App Infrastructure and Multi-Site Cloud Networking

NSX Workshop: Secure App Infrastructure and Multi-Site Cloud Networking

This post was originally published on this site — [Summer 2018] Free NSX Training Workshop near you! Secure Application Infrastructure and Multi-Site Cloud Networking   What: Attend a half-day lecture and lab designed to get you started with Micro-segmentation and Multi-Site Cloud Networking (Disaster Recovery). Why: Not only will you get a business and technical overview of NSX Data Center, you’ll also receive hands-on experience with the products. We’ll make sure you leave knowing how NSX can help secure and extend your network Read more […]