Virtualization-Based Security Issues with Windows 1903/19H1 Releases

Virtualization-Based Security Issues with Windows 1903/19H1 Releases

This post was originally published on this site —Users of Virtualization-Based Security or the virtual I/O MMU features in vSphere should take note of a serious issue that has been discovered with the 1903, 19H1, and May 2019 updates to Windows 10, Windows Server, and Windows Server 2019 LTSC editions. In short, a new installation of the OS at these levels, or an update of an existing guest OS to these levels, will cause the guest VM to hang or emit a blue screen of death (BSOD) during the boot process if VBS or the I/O MMU is enabled. What is Virtualization-Based Read more […]

VMware Cloud Management Helps Sell 4 Million Avengers Tickets in India

VMware Cloud Management Helps Sell 4 Million Avengers Tickets in India

This post was originally published on this site —What does VMware technology in general, and Cloud Management in particular, have to do with one of the most popular movie franchises in the world – The Avengers? Read this article from TechObserver to find out! Whether you are a fan of sci-fantasy type of movies, or prefer more realistic depiction of the reality – we are all now operating in a virtual world (at least the IT aspect of it), and I find this news very exciting. Just like other industries, entertainment is experiencing digital Read more […]

Coke, Chick-fil-A and Workspace ONE… Industry Icons to Experience in Atlanta

Coke, Chick-fil-A and Workspace ONE… Industry Icons to Experience in Atlanta

This post was originally published on this site —Visit us at Citrix Synergy in Atlanta on May 21-23, 2019, where we will demonstrate various VMware End-User Computing products and hybrid cloud innovations that help drive your digital workspace transformation. Attendees will experience the latest technologies as part of VMware Workspace ONE platform that are improving the efficiency of IT, while empowering employees to be productive in today’s digital world like never before. At Synergy 2019, VMware will highlight solutions for transforming Read more […]

VMware to Showcase NSX Service Mesh with Enterprise PKS at KubeCon EMEA

VMware to Showcase NSX Service Mesh with Enterprise PKS at KubeCon EMEA

This post was originally published on this site —Go Beyond Microservices with NSX Service Mesh Based on Istio and Envoy, VMware NSX Service Mesh provides discovery, visibility, control, and security of end-to-end transactions for cloud native applications. Announced at KubeCon NA 2018, NSX Service Mesh is currently in private Beta and interested users may sign up here. The design for NSX Service Mesh extends beyond microservices to include end-users accessing applications, data stores, and sensitive data elements. NSX Service Mesh also Read more […]

VMware Cloud on AWS Infrastructure Visibility using Log intelligence

VMware Cloud on AWS Infrastructure Visibility using Log intelligence

This post was originally published on this site —In the blog post, I will be exhibiting key capabilities of Log Intelligence which helps Customers gain operational insights into VMware Cloud on AWS environment VMware Cloud on AWS Service Overview VMware Cloud on AWS brings VMware enterprise-class Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC) software to the AWS Cloud. It enables customers to run production across private, public & hybrid cloud environments based on VMware vSphere®, with optimized access to AWS services.   VMware Log Intelligence Read more […]

Self-Driving Compliance Remediation with vRealize Operations 7.5

Self-Driving Compliance Remediation with vRealize Operations 7.5

This post was originally published on this site —I have spoken to many customers who have been using the vRealize Operations Management Pack for vRealize Orchestrator to add remediation actions using their own workflows to vRealize Operations. This provides practically limitless capability to automate routine, first-level runbook tasks and configuration management for SDDC components.  With vRealize Operations 7.5, we jointly released the 3.0 version of the management pack which includes a couple of new features, but I am particularly Read more […]

Creating Tags in NSX with Cloud Assembly

Creating Tags in NSX with Cloud Assembly

This post was originally published on this site —VMware Cloud Assembly provides the ability to add tags to VMware NSX logical switches (segments) when a private, routed, or outbound network type is selected in a blueprint. Tags are also added to existing and deployed load balancers, deployed virtual servers, server pools, application profiles, and monitor objects.  Why is this cool, you ask?  Tags can be used for a number of purposes.  They allow developers to quickly find and use resources based on an attached tag.  From Read more […]

Cloud Assembly Micro Feature – Code View

Cloud Assembly Micro Feature – Code View

This post was originally published on this site —One of the major benefits of VMware Cloud Automation Services is that it’s hosted in SaaS. As we create enhancements for the platform, we can quickly get those features in front of you much faster. Some of those features are larger capabilities that are added to the product, however, there are many “smaller” features that get pushed in all the time! This month, our User Interface and Experience team has added a full screen Code View to Cloud Assembly! By simply selecting Read more […]

Ansible Integration Comes to Cloud Assembly!

Ansible Integration Comes to Cloud Assembly!

This post was originally published on this site —It’s not enough for platforms delver infrastructure anymore. Applications are first class citizens in Clouds, and customers have an expectation that automation delivers these applications in a configured state. The term behind this is frequently referred to as “Confguration Management”. Configuration Management can trigger many things – sometimes it might be compliance configurations on an endpoint system. Other times, it might be an applicaton configuration put in place. Read more […]

New Cloud Assembly Objects – Amazon DB and Amazon API Gateway

New Cloud Assembly Objects – Amazon DB and Amazon API Gateway

This post was originally published on this site —Infrastructure teams continue to move beyond Virtual Machines in favor of Cloud Native constructs. It’s hard to find a company that isn’t using Amazon S3 or Azure Blob storage for something today! One of the guiding concepts of Cloud Automation Services was being aware of how these Cloud Native Services are consumed within the platform. This month, we have added 2 new object types to Cloud Assembly’s blueprint canvas – Amazon DB and Amazon API Gateway. We have covered Read more […]