VMware Security Advisory VMSA-2018-0020 and VMSA-2018-0021 – L1 Terminal Fault (L1TF): CVE-2018-3646, CVE-2018-3620, and CVE-2018-3615

VMware Security Advisory VMSA-2018-0020 and VMSA-2018-0021 – L1 Terminal Fault (L1TF): CVE-2018-3646, CVE-2018-3620, and CVE-2018-3615

This post was originally published on this site —— This is a critical security advisory from VMware (VMSA) — Greetings from the VMware Security Response Center! Today we have published security advisories, knowledge base articles, updates, patches, and tools in response to new Speculative-Execution vulnerabilities in Intel processors known collectively as ‘L1 Terminal Fault’ or ‘L1TF.’ These vulnerabilities are identified by CVE-2018-3646, CVE-2018-3620, and CVE-2018-3615. There is a lot of documentation on this event, so I wanted to summarize the core points in a short message. The Read more […]

PowerCLI at VMworld US 2018

PowerCLI at VMworld US 2018

This post was originally published on this site — It’s August and that means VMworld is right around the corner! Last year, we had an unprecedented amount of PowerCLI and automation-based sessions and that trend has continued this year! There are more sessions, a re-vamped PowerCLI Hands-On-Lab, not one but two expert-led PowerCLI Hands-On Lab time slots, a Hackathon training session, and there are more vBrownBag & VMware {code} Power sessions than I can count! If you haven’t already registered, the time is quickly ticking away! Make Read more […]

Learn about vSphere Upgrade at VMworld 2018

Learn about vSphere Upgrade at VMworld 2018

This post was originally published on this site —With vSphere 5.5 going end of life on September 19, 2018, we have been organizing workshops all over the world to better educate customers and partners to upgrade to vSphere 6.x.  If you have already upgraded to vSphere 6.0 or 6.5, you may be interested in the latest features and wonder what your upgrade path would be to vSphere 6.7. To help you understand the upgrade process and what is new in vSphere 6.7 please join David Stamen and Nigel Hickey as we facilitate our vSphere Upgrade Technical Read more […]

VMworld 2018 Cloud Management Highlights

VMworld 2018 Cloud Management Highlights

This post was originally published on this site —With just under three weeks to VMworld Las Vegas, we are putting the finishing touches on another dizzying list of fantastic events and sessions. The Cloud Management Business Unit (and the corresponding sessions track at VMworld) put on a great show last year and this year they are really “upping the ante” (because ‘Vegas).   VMworld 2018 Cloud Management Highlights Here are just a few of the not-to-be-missed breakout sessions to be sure to get on your schedule, but do so Read more […]

The Powerful New Samsung Galaxy Note9 and Workspace ONE

The Powerful New Samsung Galaxy Note9 and Workspace ONE

This post was originally published on this site —Today, Samsung announced the latest device in their Samsung Galaxy fleet: The Samsung Galaxy Note9. VMware Workspace ONE, powered by AirWatch technology, will support this new smartphone when they are available on August 24. Samsung Galaxy Note9 Samsung made many announcements during Unpacked 2018 around the seamless and connected experiences they are enabling on their devices. Here are a few features that we’re most excited about which will empower mobile users with the most powerful and intelligent Read more […]

Your Guide to All Things UEM at VMworld US 2018

Your Guide to All Things UEM at VMworld US 2018

This post was originally published on this site —Almost a year has passed since last VMworld, which turned out to be a breakthrough year for VMware Workspace ONE Unified Endpoint Management (UEM). If you recall, we showcased many industry-first capabilities across platforms: OS patch automation for Windows 10; customized macOS onboarding with DEP and bootstrap packages; the first third-party vendor to support management of ChromeOS devices; Android Enterprise support for rugged devices; and more. And of course, we didn’t stop there. The UEM Read more […]

VMworld 2018 End-User Computing Hands-On Labs Highlights

VMworld 2018 End-User Computing Hands-On Labs Highlights

This post was originally published on this site —For many attendees, one of the highlights of being at VMworld every year is the debut of the latest hands-on labs. It is a chance to experience the latest versions of VMware products and solutions. If you are not familiar with the VMworld Hands-on Labs take a look at the Hands-on Labs – VMworld 2018 US page. We have been busy creating new labs for 2018. Let’s take a look at the new crop of this year’s End-User Computing self-paced labs. Virtual Workspace Services This category Read more […]

VMware Announces Support for Latest Version of Google Glass Enterprise Edition: EE15

VMware Announces Support for Latest Version of Google Glass Enterprise Edition: EE15

This post was originally published on this site —Last year, we announced same-day support for Google’s first version of Glass Enterprise Edition—EE13. Since then, VMware and Google has seen incredible developments with Glass in the workplace which is why we’ve been working closely with the Glass product team to ensure customers can securely manage Glass EE13 and 14, and now, EE15, with Workspace ONE unified endpoint management (UEM), powered by AirWatch technology. In the newest Glass release, EE15, Google has made significant Read more […]

Transforming Security in a Cloud and Mobile World – Security Showcase Session

Transforming Security in a Cloud and Mobile World – Security Showcase Session

This post was originally published on this site —Over the last several years, VMware has been heavily investing in technology and solutions to transform security.  Our goal has been simple; leverage the virtual and mobile infrastructure to build security in – making it intrinsic, simple, aligned to applications and data, and infinitely more effective. 5 years ago, with NSX, we introduced the concept of micro-segmentation, enabling organizations to leverage network virtualization to compartmentalize their critical applications at a network Read more […]

New VMware Security Advisory VMSA-2018-0019 and Updated Security Advisory VMSA-2015-0007.7

New VMware Security Advisory VMSA-2018-0019 and Updated Security Advisory VMSA-2015-0007.7

This post was originally published on this site —— This is a critical security advisory from VMware (VMSA) — Today, VMware has released the following new and updated security advisories: VMSA-2018-0019 – Horizon 6, 7, and Horizon Client for Windows updates address an out-of-bounds read vulnerability VMSA-2015-0007.7 – VMware vCenter and ESXi updates address critical security issues VMSA-2018-0019 documents the remediation of an important severity out-of-bounds read vulnerability (CVE-2018-6970) in Horizon 6, 7, and Horizon Client for Windows. Successfully exploiting this issue may allow a less-privileged Read more […]