Month: May 2018

Viewer’s Guide: Virtual Cloud Network Online Event

Viewer’s Guide: Virtual Cloud Network Online Event

This post was originally published on this site —Start Building the Virtual Cloud Network Today, join the online event June 5 at 11am PDT You might not know it yet, but your network is holding you back. Unconnected clouds and data silos prevent your enterprise from securing and mining valuable data. VMware creates connections from your data center to the cloud to the edge – providing a secure, consistent foundation that drives business forward, rather than holding it back. VMware recently announced our vision for the next era of networking Read more […]

In 2018, We Can’t “Bucket” Users Anymore

In 2018, We Can’t “Bucket” Users Anymore

This post was originally published on this site —    Legacy Paradigm – Bucketing Users Ever since the earliest multi-user remote Windows solutions of the 1990s, we’ve classified users based on broad commonalities. Sometimes this was departmental—legal users versus accounting users versus engineering users. Other times we broke users down by their assumed sophistication level—power users, knowledge worker, task workers, etc. While this wasn’t ideal, the “bucketing” of users was necessary due to Read more […]

[Deep Dive] Workspace ONE Mobile Flows

[Deep Dive] Workspace ONE Mobile Flows

This post was originally published on this site —Streamline User Workflows with Secure & Customizable Connectors Workspace ONE Mobile Flows are the latest addition to the VMware Workspace ONE platform. Mobile Flows help device users perform tasks across multiple business back-end systems within VMware applications. This eliminates the need for end users to visit multiple websites or apps while performing business tasks. Requirements In order for Mobile Flows to work, you must meet the following specifications: Workspace ONE UEM Console v9.3 Read more […]

Simple, Efficient, and Modern: VMware NSX introduces new HTML5 UI

Simple, Efficient, and Modern: VMware NSX introduces new HTML5 UI

This post was originally published on this site —Along with the advancements in context-aware micro-segmentation and network virtualization, we are also continually raising the bar on making VMware NSX simple to deploy, manage, and operationalize at scale – and that, of course, involves a responsive and easy-to-use HTML-based UI to access VMware NSX functionality. With VMware NSX for vSphere 6.4.1, you can now access all NSX installation and security functionality through a responsive HTML-based vSphere Client, including Distributed Firewall, Read more […]

Extending the Power of NSX to Bare-metal Workloads

Extending the Power of NSX to Bare-metal Workloads

This post was originally published on this site —Authors – Sridhar Subramanian and Geoff Wilmington   The VMware NSX platform was built with the goal of consistent networking and security services independent of changing application frameworks or physical infrastructure. In the last couple of years, NSX has focused on delivering network and security abstractions for applications on any compute platform. In our journey, we have handled VM’s, containers, cloud, and now we are also looking to help our customers with scenarios where Read more […]

Oracle Database Performance with VMware Cloud on AWS

Oracle Database Performance with VMware Cloud on AWS

This post was originally published on this site —You’ve probably already heard about VMware Cloud on Amazon Web Services (VMC on AWS). It’s the same vSphere platform that has been running business critical applications for years, but now it is available on Amazon’s cloud infrastructure. Following up on the many tests that we have done with Oracle databases on vSphere, I was able to get some time on a VMC on AWS setup to see how Oracle databases perform in this new environment. It is important to note that VMC on AWS is vSphere Read more […]

What’s New with VMware Horizon Application and Desktop Virtualization Products

What’s New with VMware Horizon Application and Desktop Virtualization Products

This post was originally published on this site —We have been very busy the last few months at VMware End-User Computing, working on some exciting enhancements to our portfolio. Today we are very excited to release many updates to the VMware Horizon family of products, including VMware Horizon 7 version 7.5, VMware Horizon Cloud, VMware App Volumes 2.14, and VMware User Environment Manager 9.4. Let’s take a look at some of the significant new features. Horizon 7 Version 7.5 This is a big release for Horizon 7. We are adding significant Read more […]

Log Intelligence User Interface Walkthrough

Log Intelligence User Interface Walkthrough

This post was originally published on this site —Log Intelligence will help you achieve real-time visibility into infrastructure and application logs across private clouds and AWS – including VMware Cloud on AWS.   Please click here for a blog on the UI walkthrough of Log Intelligence. To request access and start for free, please click here. The post Log Intelligence User Interface Walkthrough appeared first on VMware Cloud Management. Read more […]

DRS Entitlement Viewer

DRS Entitlement Viewer

This post was originally published on this site —Ever wondered, how DRS distributes resources to VMs? how much resources your VMs are entitled to? how Reservations, Limits and Shares (RLS) affects your VMs resource availability? Our new fling, DRS Entitlement Viewer is the answer. DRS Entitlement Viewer is installed as a plugin to the vSphere client. It is currently only supported for the HTML5 based vSphere client. Once installed, it gives the hierarchical view of vCenter DRS cluster inventory with entitled CPU and memory resources for each Read more […]

The Virtual Cloud Network Demystified

The Virtual Cloud Network Demystified

This post was originally published on this site —Introduction Welcome to Summer 2018!  It’s been nearly one month now since our CEO Pat Gelsinger announced the Virtual Cloud Network vision at Dell Technologies world in Las Vegas.  Essentially the reveal (in my personal opinion) was focused on raising awareness that VMware has now delivered to the market what many of you have heard for quite some time now as “the vision” for networking and security, whereas NSX has become an integral part of many various parts of your Read more […]