Remediating Risk: How VMware Workspace ONE and Lookout Secure Enterprise Mobility

Remediating Risk: How VMware Workspace ONE and Lookout Secure Enterprise Mobility

This post was originally published on this site —  Sachin Sharma, Sr. Product Line Marketing Manager, VMware, and Nick Fisher, Product Marketer at Lookout discuss the need for, and benefits of, a platform approach to comprehensive enterprise mobile security. Today’s enterprise faces growing mobile risk A quick scan of last year’s news headlines reveals enterprise security breaches and malicious attacks are on the rise, with mobile devices becoming the preferred target. This means the task of securing the enterprise for IT and Read more […]

Horizon Cloud on Microsoft Azure January 2018 Technical Updates

Horizon Cloud on Microsoft Azure January 2018 Technical Updates

This post was originally published on this site — VMware Horizon Cloud on Microsoft Azure released an update today.  In addition to a number of UI and back-end platform enhancements, we have developed several noteworthy updates to existing features. Schedule Based Power Management The initial release of Horizon Cloud on Microsoft Azure introduced power management features that allow you to manage infrastructure costs in your Microsoft Azure environment.  Farms can grow or shrink based on usage and pre-configured availability thresholds Read more […]

Introducing Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) in VMware Identity Manager 3.2

Introducing Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) in VMware Identity Manager 3.2

This post was originally published on this site —The Importance of Identity Management RBAC Role-based access control (RBAC) allows you to segment what type of access is granted to administrators in different functional roles. It’s important to provide access to enough tools for an administrator to do their job, without granting the keys to the kingdom unnecessarily. For example, VMware Identity Manager, a component of VMware Workspace ONE, is a tool for managing identity providers, access policies, company-wide application configurations Read more […]

UX Updates Coming to the VMware Identity Manager 3.2 Admin Console

UX Updates Coming to the VMware Identity Manager 3.2 Admin Console

This post was originally published on this site —We are excited to announce that we’re delivering several user experience (UX) updates to the admin console in our VMware Identity Manager 3.2 release! This blog introduces the various changes. The bulk of these changes in the admin console can be categorized into two buckets: UX changes in the Catalog section UX changes in Policies Now, let’s deep dive into these changes. 4 UX Updates to the Catalog Section 1. New Web Apps & Virtual Apps Pages Previously, the Application Catalog page Read more […]

UX updates to VMware Identity Manager admin console

UX updates to VMware Identity Manager admin console

This post was originally published on this site —We are excited to announce that we’re delivering several UX updates to the admin console in our VMware Identity Manager 3.2 release. To help you become familiar, this blog describes the various changes. Bulk of these changes in the admin console can be categorized into two buckets: – UX changes in the Catalog section – UX changes in Policies Now, let’s deep dive into these changes.   UX Changes in the Catalog Section 1. Previously, the Application Catalog page under Catalog Read more […]

Virtually Speaking Podcast #67 Resource Management

Virtually Speaking Podcast #67 Resource Management

This post was originally published on this site —Two weeks ago Pete Flecha (a.k.a. Pedro Arrow) and John Nicholson invited me to their always awesome podcast to talk about resource management. During our conversation, we covered both on-prem and the features of VMware Cloud on AWS that help cater the needs of your workload. Being a guest on this podcast is an honour and times flies talking to these two guys. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did. The post Virtually Speaking Podcast #67 Resource Management appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog. Read more […]

Digital Workspace Journey: How Do You Get There?

Digital Workspace Journey: How Do You Get There?

This post was originally published on this site —Conclusion: Exploring the Map for the Digital Workspace Journey Click here for Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3. During this series on exploring the map for the digital workspace journey, you’ve learned why the status quo is unstainable, how to reimagine end-user computing and what you need to know before getting started. Now, it’s time to begin. Starting Is Easier Than You Think You likely already have some of the building blocks and skills required to begin the digital workspace journey. Read more […]

Windows Defender reports false positive for PowerShell Modules

Windows Defender reports false positive for PowerShell Modules

This post was originally published on this site —Over the weekend, Microsoft released a Windows Defender signature file that falsely reports many PowerShell modules, including PowerCLI as containing a virus. This is a FALSE POSITIVE widely affecting the PowerShell community. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/40fa56dd-b73f-456a-9d97-cdb4500bc7ed/latest-updates-indicated-peasectoa-infection-?forum=WindowsDefenderATPPreview There is no official statement from Microsoft yet, but the PowerCLI community on VMware {Code} has been working Read more […]

VMware Security Advisory VMSA-2018-0006

VMware Security Advisory VMSA-2018-0006

This post was originally published on this site —— This is a critical security advisory from VMware (VMSA) — Today VMware has released the following new and updated security advisories: VMSA-2018-0006 – vRealize Automation, vSphere Integrated Containers, and AirWatch Console updates address multiple security vulnerabilities Please sign up to the Security-Announce mailing list to receive new and updated VMware Security Advisories. Customers should review the security advisories and direct any questions to VMware Support. The post VMware Security Advisory VMSA-2018-0006 appeared first on VMware Security Read more […]

New Multi-Site vRealize Operations – Federation Management Pack – David Davis on vROps #48

New Multi-Site vRealize Operations – Federation Management Pack – David Davis on vROps #48

This post was originally published on this site —Let’s say that you have multiple datacenters around the world, or even just around the United States. Each datacenter (even if it’s a relatively small vSphere-powered datacenter) needs monitoring of performance, capacity planning, and trouble remediation, should the unexpected happen. In the past, you could try to have a single vROps install and use remote collectors however that’s just not practical in many cases and that design has a number of downsides. Alternatively, if you Read more […]