By Anthony Rizzo, Staff End-User-Computing Technologist, VMware Introduction – VMware Horizon as a Digital Workspace Tooling System Although VMware Horizon quickly opens new possibilities for providing end users a digital workspace, many do not consider the true potential of VMware Horizon 6.2, VMware Horizon Air Desktops, and VMware Horizon Air Apps. In this four-part series, […] The post A Guide To VMware Horizon Interoperability, Part 1 appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog .
By Gina Daly, Technical Writer for Technical Marketing, End-User Computing, VMware VMware User Environment Manager was released earlier this year, adding a powerful tool to the VMware End-User-Computing portfolio. User Environment Manager provides a consistent and dynamic application and desktop experience across physical, virtual, and cloud infrastructures. With User Environment Manager, users retain a persistent […] The post VMware User Environment Manager with VMware App Volumes appeared…Read More
VMware App Volumes is useful for groups of virtualized applications, while ThinApp isolates and enables apps that companies can’t use otherwise; they can both play roles in a well-rounded app virtualization strategy.
VMware Virtual SAN 6.1 introduced the concept of a stretched cluster which allows the Virtual SAN customer to configure two geographically located sites, while synchronously replicating data between the two sites. A technical white paper about the Virtual SAN stretched cluster performance has now been published. This paper provides guidelines on how to get the […] The post VMware Virtual SAN Stretched Cluster Best Practices White Paper appeared first on VMware VROOM! Blog .
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VCP5-DCV Delta Exam Extended Great news! You can now recertify and keep your status as the VCP5-DCV Delta exam has been extended through December 31, 2015. Two New Design Courses + VMware NSX V6.2 Training Check out this blog to see if the three highly anticipated training courses released in August are right for your career […] The post VCP5-DCV Delta Exam and Apple Watch Offer Extensions, plus Two New Design Courses appeared first on VMware Education and Certification Blog .
VMware Integrated OpenStack is the fastest and most reliable way to run OpenStack and works better with VMware than any other technology. The VMware-centric approach is highly-efficient and time-saving. For a production-ready, highly-available configuration of OpenStack implemented manually, the process could take weeks. Using a deployment tool from one of our partners could take several […] The post VMware Integrated OpenStack 1.0 appeared first on VMware Cloud Management .
Who saw it coming that segmentation would be a popular term in 2015?!? Gartner analyst Greg Young was almost apologetic when he kicked off the Network Segmentation Best Practices session at the last Gartner Security Summit. As a professional with a long history in the enterprise firewall space, I know I found it odd at […] The post Getting Started with VMware NSX Distributed Firewall – Part 1 appeared first on The Network Virtualization Blog .