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Onward & Upward: Recapping NSX-T in 2018 and Beyond

Onward & Upward: Recapping NSX-T in 2018 and Beyond

This post was originally published on this site —Overview   2018 was a big year for NSX-T Data Center, VMware’s network virtualization platform designed and optimized for application workloads running on both vSphere and non-vSphere environments, container platforms, and public clouds. In addition to supporting core use cases around security, automation, and multi-cloud networking, NSX-T Data Center has continued to expand the capabilities of the platform to include enabling networking and security for emerging use cases around containers Read more […]

CNRS renews their IT infrastructure with private cloud.

CNRS renews their IT infrastructure with private cloud.

This post was originally published on this site —A fresh start to the new year Here we are in 2019! A new year means new resolutions to improve ourselves. While we may be going to the gym or watching videos on organizing our homes, businesses also dust themselves off and make improvements as time goes on. This month we will be looking at VMware customers who have made “personal improvements’ to  their business with virtualization and cloud management. A new private Cloud The Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) is Read more […]

Adopting vRSLCM-2.0’s Certificate Management for vRealize Products

Adopting vRSLCM-2.0’s Certificate Management for vRealize Products

This post was originally published on this site —vRealize Suite of Products support different certificates for different products. Managing certificates for all products in dev, testing, staging and prod environment will be difficult. Wouldn’t it be good if the certificates for all the products can be managed from a single application? This is where vRSLCM 2.0 comes into the picture. vRSLCM-2.0 introduces certificate management which allows the user, Generate Certificate – For Product deployments. Replace Certificate – For vRealize Read more […]

Configuring a VMware Tools Repository in vSphere 6.7U1

Configuring a VMware Tools Repository in vSphere 6.7U1

This post was originally published on this site —As you upgrade your vSphere hosts we generally recommend that you also upgrade VMware Tools in your virtual machines. This can get tricky to manage, especially if you have hosts at different versions of ESXi. To help mitigate this we allow you to store the files on a centralised repository and point the hosts to the relevant location: this process is explained on KB2129825. A walkthrough of this feature is also located here. The updateProductLockerPolicy tool which was introduced in vSphere 6.5 Update Read more […]

Announcing General Availability of vCloud Suite 2018 Platinum

Announcing General Availability of vCloud Suite 2018 Platinum

This post was originally published on this site —vCloud Suite 2018 Platinum VMware vCloud Suite 2018 Platinum is now available for download! Cloud Management Platform with Intrinsic App Security As announced at VMworld 2018 in Barcelona, VMware is introducing vCloud Suite Platinum, VMware’s latest cloud management platform that helps IT enable developers to deliver VM and container-based applications with intrinsic security and consistent operations across the hybrid cloud. Why Platinum? While enterprises continue to develop new methods Read more […]

Obtaining Specific PowerCLI Versions from the PowerShell Gallery

Obtaining Specific PowerCLI Versions from the PowerShell Gallery

This post was originally published on this site —The recommendation is to always be on the latest and greatest version of PowerCLI. However, whether it be for testing and validation or to possibly workaround an issue, there are instances where you may need to use an older version. The PowerShell Gallery has the potential to make this process incredibly easy when using the RequiredVersion parameter for both Install-Module and Save-Module. These cmdlets download and/or install the indicated module at the specified version. The issue, especially Read more […]

Workspace ONE Intelligence Series: November 2018 Releases

Workspace ONE Intelligence Series: November 2018 Releases

This post was originally published on this site —Workspace ONE Intelligence Series: November 2018 Releases As we moved into the start of the holiday season a couple months ago, we didn’t let our foot off the gas pedal when it came to updates to Workspace ONE Intelligence. The November 2018 release updates to the Workspace ONE Intelligence service brought several enhancements that continue to help our customers increase security, optimize resources and improve user experience across their digital workspace. We covered some of the major updates Read more […]

Android Series: Corporate-Owned Personally-Enabled

Android Series: Corporate-Owned Personally-Enabled

This post was originally published on this site —Throughout this series, we’ve been putting focus on the different use cases that Android Enterprise supports with its various modes. So far, we’ve discussed the work profile and the fully dedicated device and how these deployment modes bring exceptional customer experiences from BYOD to rugged use cases. Now we are excited that through VMware Workspace ONE UEM, we are able to combine the best of both worlds and bring you corporate-owned personally-enabled (also known as COPE or work profile Read more […]

What’s Your Issue? How to Use vRealize Operations Alerts

What’s Your Issue? How to Use vRealize Operations Alerts

This post was originally published on this site —VMware vRealize Operations (vROps) 7.0 uses Badges as a way to evaluate objects. The three major badges it uses are Health, Risk, and Efficiency. As I’ve written previously, every VMware administrator needs to understand what comprises these badges, and how they are applied to the objects discovered within your stack. Badges summarize a lot of information, and help you take efficient action to keep your customers happy. Knowing what action to take requires understanding Alerting in vROps. Badge Read more […]

Real-world Workspace ONE Intelligence Use Cases

Real-world Workspace ONE Intelligence Use Cases

This post was originally published on this site —I struggle with concentration. I find it difficult to focus on more than one task at a time, and so in my case, Distraction = Low Productivity. One of the things I tend to struggle with is when there are multiple variables that need to be tracked at any one time. I feel very sorry for IT admins who need to keep track of potentially thousands of different devices used by thousands of different users. IT admins need a way to quickly understand what is happening with their devices, their applications Read more […]