vRealize Operations REST API: Create Application and Application Tier Objects

vRealize Operations REST API: Create Application and Application Tier Objects

This post was originally published on this site —I’ve been working with my colleague John Dias on a demo that involves deploying VMs via Cloud Automation Services and automatically configuring monitoring them with vRealize Operations. We needed a way to create Application and Application Tier objects during the provisioning process. Looking through the REST API documentation, there are no API calls specifically for creating Applications. I knew that behind the scenes, an Application and the Application Tiers are just objects with specific Read more […]

The Jaw-Dropping Realities of Employee Retention

The Jaw-Dropping Realities of Employee Retention

This post was originally published on this site —What’s the secret sauce to employee retention? The answer to that question has evolved over time to match the desires and demands of the employment pool. In today’s day and age, employee retention heavily relies on the technology and resources a company provides its employees. If the technology you’re providing employees facilitates a more productive, efficient work environment that leads to greater work-life harmony, odds are they’re sticking around. However, if your technology Read more […]

Cloud Automation Services – Enhanced Machine List View

Cloud Automation Services – Enhanced Machine List View

This post was originally published on this site —We’ve highlighted several usability enhancements across the Cloud Automation Services (CAS) platform since it went generally available late last year. While CAS continues to be a feature rich platform, sometimes the most impactful things we can do are small tweaks to the UI/UX. In the case of this months feature additions, we’ve improved the way that customers can interact with the objects within a deployment in cloud automation services. We refer to this as the “Grid View”, Read more […]

New Release: VMware PowerCLI 11.3.0

New Release: VMware PowerCLI 11.3.0

This post was originally published on this site —Today marks the release of VMware PowerCLI 11.3.0 and this one brings the count up to 732 different cmdlets. The combination of all these cmdlets allow us to manage and automate a majority of the VMware ecosystem! The HCX module receives the bulk of the new cmdlets, however there is also a new cmdlet to interact with the vSphere Storage Policy Based Management (SPBM) APIs. There is a new way to view opaque network types and a high-level method of promoting instant clones to full clones. Last, but Read more […]

Financial Services Company Becomes More Secure and Agile

Financial Services Company Becomes More Secure and Agile

This post was originally published on this site —Flexible IT Infrastructure Required for Operation Being #1 has its own kind of pressure. When you’re #2 in the market you have a clear goal: topple the #1. What’s the mindset of a market leader? Watch your back? Protect what you have? Ignore everything? Harel lnsurance lnvestments & Financial Services is the leader of Israel’s insurance market. It has four big rivals competing for its business and must be conscious of outside disruptors turning the market on its head. An understandable Read more […]

Filter and Forward VMware Cloud on AWS events from Log Intelligence to various endpoints

Filter and Forward VMware Cloud on AWS events from Log Intelligence to various endpoints

This post was originally published on this site —In the blog post, I will be showing the procedure on how to filter and forward VMware Cloud on AWS events from Log Intelligence to various endpoints Value of Log Forwarding Capability Log intelligence allows you to forward logs to following supported endpoints. You can forward all VMC logs or use filters to forward specific logs following the procedure mentioned below OnPrem vRealize Log Insight On Prem Syslog Server using TCP On Prem Syslog Server using UDP On Prem Splunk On Prem Default – Read more […]

Join VMware For A Security Trifecta Next Week

Join VMware For A Security Trifecta Next Week

This post was originally published on this site —Security across the digital workspace is a hot topic these days as organizations try to stay a step ahead of malicious actors that look to infiltrate end-user devices and apps. IT and InfoSec teams are investing more than ever in security tools, training their staff and employees on best practices, and looking to follow security models like Zero Trust and Google’s BeyondCorp. To help our customers on their journey towards a secure digital workspace, we are excited to be participating in 3 unique Read more […]

VMware Announces Intent to Acquire Avi Networks to Deliver Software-Defined ADC for the Multi-Cloud Era

VMware Announces Intent to Acquire Avi Networks to Deliver Software-Defined ADC for the Multi-Cloud Era

This post was originally published on this site —By Tom Gillis, SVP/GM of Networking and Security BU Today I’m excited to announce that VMware has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Avi Networks, a leader of software-defined application delivery services for the multicloud era. Our vision at VMware is to deliver the “public cloud experience” to developers regardless of what underlying infrastructure they are running. What does this mean? Agility. The ability to quickly deploy new workloads, to try new ideas, and to iterate. Read more […]

Decoding the vCenter Server Lifecycle: Update and Versioning Explained

Decoding the vCenter Server Lifecycle: Update and Versioning Explained

This post was originally published on this site —Have you ever wondered what the difference is between a vCenter Server update and a patch? Or between an upgrade and a migration? Why don’t some vCenter Server versions align? Keep reading for the answers! Version Numbering The first thing you should understand is vCenter Server versioning. When reviewing your vCenter Server version’s you may see many different references to versions or builds. One of the first places you will notice a version identifier, is in our release notes. Here Read more […]

VMware Ranked #1 EMM 2018 Market Share, Per IDC Report

VMware Ranked #1 EMM 2018 Market Share, Per IDC Report

This post was originally published on this site —Last week VMware was named the market share leader in Enterprise Mobility Management in the new IDC report, “Worldwide Enterprise Mobility Management Software Market Shares, 2018: A Market Transitioning to Unified Endpoint Management.” VMware Workspace ONE, which provides an integrated platform to manage any application on any device, continues to outpace the growth of the overall market.     Back in 2014, VMware acquired AirWatch, one of the leading original vendors the MDM Read more […]