VMware AirWatch 9.2 Deep Dive, Part 2 + FP01

VMware AirWatch 9.2 Deep Dive, Part 2 + FP01

This post was originally published on this site —VMware AirWatch unified endpoint management (UEM) empowers the digital workspace to meet business needs. By unifying endpoint management into a single point of reference, the solution delivers a premium user experience that doesn’t compromise enterprise security. What’s New in AirWatch 9.2 UEM Today’s post covers the new AirWatch 9.2 release and feature pack (FP01) of unified endpoint management features. The green headers separate the features by platform. The features Read more […]

Managing the SDDC as Software

Managing the SDDC as Software

This post was originally published on this site —Best practices for code management We introduced the concepts behind managing the SDDC as code in the first blog of this series, and now we want to take this concept down a few layers. In our first blog, we introduced the following basics: Model your infrastructure as code. Centrally manage configuration data. Develop, test, then deploy. This is a simple description of an SDDC software model, however the details of each of these elements can be overwhelming as you begin your adventure. In this Read more […]

VMware Client IP Transparency Explained

VMware Client IP Transparency Explained

This post was originally published on this site —In certain industries, like banking and healthcare, it is not uncommon to find backend application servers configured with the client IP address from where the connection originates. A couple good examples of this are a nurse station in the healthcare industry, where Epic software is the backend, or a mainframe emulator, where the backend infrastructure is configured to validate the client IP address to authorize certain functionality. This is not an issue when you’re using physical endpoints, Read more […]

A Practical Example of using “Instance Breakdown” Column in Views

A Practical Example of using “Instance Breakdown” Column in Views

This post was originally published on this site —Customers like functionality provided by Views, but sometimes restrict usage by configuring metrics/properties and time settings. While, under “Group by” tab  (desribed in View Workspace Data Details: How to Break Down Data)  there are can find powerful features which allow them to create more smart, more universal  and more efficents data requests. Let’s go forward and click on this tab! Under this tab, you can configure two option: Add interval breakdown column Read more […]

Securing Native Cloud Workloads with VMware NSX Cloud Blog Series – Part 1: Getting Started

Securing Native Cloud Workloads with VMware NSX Cloud Blog Series – Part 1: Getting Started

This post was originally published on this site —Introduction As businesses evaluate their applications in the constantly evolving world of IT, new strategies are emerging for delivery. These strategies include keeping applications on-premises or moving them to one or more public cloud providers. These public clouds come with their own networking and security constructs and policy management. This results in a new set of technology siloes that increases expense, complexity and risk: This blog series will discuss the challenges of providing Read more […]

Terminology Tuesday Presents: Microservices

Terminology Tuesday Presents: Microservices

This post was originally published on this site —Microservices is the philosophy of designing software programs by breaking what used to be a singular function or command into multiple components, known as services.  The ultimate goal is to reduce complexity and increase speed (basically the goal of anything nowadays).   Think of Thanksgiving.  A traditional approach would have the same person cook the entire meal.  And likely even do all the dishes.  Think of a world instead where you can assign different individuals (and Read more […]

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

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

This post was originally published on this site —The Reviewer’s Guide series for cloud-based VMware Workspace ONE is now available to download. This series focuses on a cloud-based VMware Workspace ONE deployment and discusses major Workspace ONE features, and architecture and components. These guides provide practical exercises to walk you through the Getting Started Wizard to install and configure the VMware Enterprise Systems Connector and set up mobile single sign-on (SSO) for an iOS device. The current series contains three manageable Read more […]

The War for Talent & Access Management: What Do These Have in Common?

The War for Talent & Access Management: What Do These Have in Common?

This post was originally published on this site —Employee talent is one of the strongest differentiators a business can have. Talented employees ensure your organization thrives through good and bad times. Without the right employees with the right talent, your organization may miss opportunities and struggle to adapt to trends. Because talent is fundamental to success, smart organizations strive to hire and retain the best people in a competition known as the “war for talent.” Some organizations compete for talent only in the Read more […]

Enhanced Troubleshooting with the New vRealize Operations 6.6 – David Davis on vROps #46

Enhanced Troubleshooting with the New vRealize Operations 6.6 – David Davis on vROps #46

This post was originally published on this site —Who has trouble in their vSphere infrastructure? Hopefully you don’t because you prevented that trouble before it happened with the vRealize Suite. However, the odds are that there are some vSphere infrastructures that either have performance and capacity trouble today or will have those types of trouble in the near future. Thankfully the latest version of vRealize Operations has a number of new enhancements to help you proactively prevent trouble before it happens and remediate trouble Read more […]

New Release: VMware PowerCLI 6.5.4

New Release: VMware PowerCLI 6.5.4

This post was originally published on this site —It feels just like yesterday that we released PowerCLI 6.5.3. Shockingly, it was less than a month ago when we released the brand-new module to help manage and automate your NSX-T environments. Yet, we’re back with another brand-new module to manage VMware Cloud on AWS environments as well as a bunch of new and updated storage cmdlets too! PowerCLI 6.5.4 features the following: New module for VMware Cloud on AWS functionality 14 new cmdlets added to the Storage module Several cmdlets have Read more […]