The Power of 3: Instant Clones, App Volumes and UEM
This video was recorded live at VMworld 2017. You can download the presentations here: http://bit.ly/2eLIQHN
Design Multi-Layered Security in the Software Defined Data Center using vSphere 6.5 and NSX 6.3
This video was live streamed from the Education & Certification Lounge at VMworld 2017. You can download the presentation here: http://bit.ly/2eLIQHN
Onboarding to VMware Cloud on AWS
Joining the VMware Cloud on AWS (VMC) service is not like deploying vCenter or other VMware products. Because VMC is a managed service operated by VMware, you need on onboard to the service and create what we call an Organization which is the key tenant construct within VMC. In the video below, we show this process from beginning to end.
Workspace ONE and Office 365 Walkthrough – VMware TestDrive Support
In this walkthrough we’re going show you how to activate Office 365 and access mail through Workspace ONE on your desktop. Walkthrough Summary Log in to VMware
vSphere Standard vs Enterprise Plus
In this post, we will go into details between VMware vSphere Standard vs Enterprise Plus license. We have already touched a little bit on VMware licensing questions and covered VMware vCenter Standard
VMX unrestricted guest errors with Workstation 14 or Fusion 10
With the new Workstation 14 and Fusion 10 there is also a new requirement for your CPU’s. This unfortunately has not been clearly communicated about by VMware. When you try to start a VM and get the error: This host does not support virtualizing real mode. The intel “VMX unrestricted Guest” feature is necessary to … Continue reading » The post VMX unrestricted guest errors with Workstation 14 or Fusion 10 appeared first on PlanetVM .
Automating VM keystrokes using the vSphere API & PowerCLI
I am constantly amazed at the number of new use cases that can now be enabled with some of the new and updated capabilities of our vSphere Platform. I recently discovered a new vSphere API that was introduced in vSphere 6.5 called PutUsbScanCodes() which may sound a little strange but it enables some really slick Automation capabilities. This […]
Monitor and consolidate VMware snapshots to avoid waste
Snapshots are useful because they restore VMs to a particular state, but snapshot buildup can cause performance issues. Use vSphere Web Client to consolidate VMware snapshots.
Virtual Volumes: VVol Bindings Explained
Virtual Volumes change quite a lot of things. One of these is how your storage volumes are actually connected. This change is necessitated for two reasons: Scale. Traditional ESXi SCSI limits how many SCSI devices can be seen at once. 256 in 6.0 and earlier and 512 in 6.5. This is still not enough when … Continue reading Virtual Volumes: VVol Bindings Explained →
Changes to TAP Program and NFR Guides
Technology Alliance Partners have recently been audited and, in an effort to ensure partners understand appropriate license use, we’ve updated the TAP Program Guide and TAP Not for Resale Software Guide. These changes clarify our policies around: Wholly-Owned Subsidiaries: we’ve updated our policy so that wholly-owned subsidiaries at all partnership levels may also receive the benefits […] The post Changes to TAP Program and NFR Guides appeared first on VMware Tech Alliances (TAP) Blog .
Which disk controller to use for vSAN
I have many customers going through the plan and design phase for implementing a vSAN based infrastructure. Many of them have conversations with OEMs and this typically results in a set of recommendat
VMware Cloud on AWS – Pricing & Packaging
VMware Cloud on AWS service is offered in a simple and flexible packaging structure wherein you get VMware’s software capabilities delivered as a service on AWS’s powerful bare-metal infrastructure. Find out more about VMware Cloud Services: http://cloud.vmware.com
VMworld Hackathon vSphere Client Login UI Theme
For those of you who attended this years VMworld Hackathon (US/Europe), you may have noticed something different when logging into the vSphere Web/H5 Client? In case you missed it or could not attend, here is a GIF demonstrating what you would have saw: via GIPHY No, the VMworld Hackathon environment was not hacked 😉 but […]