Extreme Performance Series at VMworld 2019

Extreme Performance Series at VMworld 2019

This post was originally published on this site —   I’m excited to announce that the “Extreme Performance Series” is back for its 7th year with 14 sessions created and being presented by VMware’s best and most distinguished performance engineers, principals, architects and gurus. You do not want to miss this years program as it’s chalk full of advanced content, practical advice and exciting technical details! Breakout Sessions Spread across 4 different VMworld tracks, you’ll find these sessions full of performance Read more […]

PowerCLI at VMworld US 2019

PowerCLI at VMworld US 2019

This post was originally published on this site — Would you believe it, VMworld is already right around the corner! This year, VMworld has all kinds of sessions related to PowerCLI. From the introduction and deep dive sessions to more specifically focused sessions on VMware Cloud on AWS, vSphere update lifecycle, vSAN, and even Horizon View. There’s also a very special session given by a member of the PowerCLI engineering team which gives a special look at how new features are added automatically! Plus, a bunch of community sourced sessions Read more […]

What’s New in VMware Unified Access Gateway 3.6

What’s New in VMware Unified Access Gateway 3.6

This post was originally published on this site —VMware Unified Access Gateway 3.6 has just been released. New features include Secure Email Gateway Edge Service, migration from Tunnel Proxy to per-app Tunnel, OCSP stapling, and SAML JWT artifact validation, to name just a few. Three videos explain the changes on multiple levels.   What’s New in Unified Access Gateway Overview Get the eagle-eye view of new and improved features. In addition to network and deployment enhancements, you are introduced to the new Secure Email Gateway (SEG) Read more […]

Design Your Schedule: VMworld 2019 US Content Catalog is Now Live!

Design Your Schedule: VMworld 2019 US Content Catalog is Now Live!

This post was originally published on this site —VMworld US in San Francisco is quickly approaching – so let’s get planning! We’re excited to announce that the schedule builder for VMworld 2019 US is live. From learning how to enable AI-powered Workspace ONE Digital Assistants in Intelligent Hub to understanding how to manage multi-cloud Horizon deployments, there are over 100+ End-User Computing focused sessions to enjoy! Plus, with 700 other VMware breakout sessions to choose from, dozens of Hands-On Labs to take, Read more […]

What’s New with vRealize Network Insight 4.2

What’s New with vRealize Network Insight 4.2

This post was originally published on this site —We’re excited to announce the release of VMware vRealize Network Insight 4.2, with another ton of new awesome features! With new data sources, network flow latency metrics, another open-source project, application discovery and public cloud enhancements, and a ton of small things that just makes you love using the product; let’s take a deep dive into 4.2! Data Sources Data is life to Network Insight. It ingests data from all kinds of different devices, virtual, physical, cloud, and then Read more […]

VMware to Acquire Bitfusion

VMware to Acquire Bitfusion

This post was originally published on this site —By Krish Prasad, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Cloud Platform Business Unit, VMware   Increasingly businesses are applying artificial intelligence (AI) technologies to differentiate and advance their processes and offerings. Today, I am pleased to announce our intent to acquire Bitfusion to help businesses more efficiently use AI technologies on-premises and in hybrid cloud environments. Hardware acceleration for applications—which can take the form of GPUs (graphics processor Read more […]

Workspace ONE Boxer First Email Tool to Achieve NIAP Common Criteria Certification

Workspace ONE Boxer First Email Tool to Achieve NIAP Common Criteria Certification

This post was originally published on this site —We are thrilled to announce that our secure, containerized email application Workspace ONE Boxer has officially received international Common Criteria security certification, making it the first email client of any kind to achieve this milestone.    Workspace ONE Boxer has been certified against the international security standard for application software, defined under the Common Criteria Recognition Arrangement (CCRA), plus a U.S.-specific Common Criteria extension for email clients, Read more […]

Android Series Ep 9: VMware Workspace ONE Launcher

Android Series Ep 9: VMware Workspace ONE Launcher

This post was originally published on this site —In the previous episodes, we covered a number of Android Enterprise use cases and how to manage these with Workspace ONE Unified Endpoint Management (UEM).  Today, we want to dive deeper into Workspace ONE Launcher, which enables flexible device customization and seamless end-user experience on corporate-owned, purpose-built devices. With Workspace ONE Launcher, organizations can control every aspect of the device—from apps that users can launch to user interface (UI), policies, network, Read more […]

The Field Guide to the Cloud Networking Sessions at VMworld 2019

The Field Guide to the Cloud Networking Sessions at VMworld 2019

This post was originally published on this site —Meet the expanded VMware NSX Product Family Last year, we expanded the VMware NSX family of products to include NSX Data Center, NSX Cloud, AppDefense, VMware SD-WAN by Velocloud, NSX Hybrid Connect and NSX Service Mesh. This year, AVI Networks has joined our family.  With the combined portfolio, we’re delivering on the Virtual Cloud Network vision of connecting, automating and protecting applications and data, regardless of where they are— from the Read more […]

Blueprint Deployment Testing with Cloud Assembly

Blueprint Deployment Testing with Cloud Assembly

This post was originally published on this site —One of the key focuses of Cloud Assembly is enabling Cloud Administrators, Dev’s, and SRE’s the ability to create blueprints for deploying common services across multiple clouds. These blueprints could be as simple as deploying an S3 bucket in AWS or as complex as deploying an N-Tier architecture application with vSphere. There are few things more frustrating than toiling away at crafting your perfect deployment blueprint, only to fire it off and have it throw an alert that it’s Read more […]