The security experts are in full force here at VMworld 2018 US. Go get to meet some of them and learn why we are a security. Yes, we are a security company. No more foolish questions. Go learn some stuff from the tech heads. Networking Security Experts Roundtables NSX Container Networking and Security with The post VMworld US 2018 Experts Roundtable – Security Edition appeared first on VMware Security .
This video shows how to use the Feedback Tool in the HTML5-based vSphere Client. Use it to alert us to problems you encounter, as well as send suggestions and feature requests to the vSphere Client team. For more information, see the VMware Customer Advocacy program at https://www.vmware.com/support/customer-advocacy.html
It’s here. VMworld 2018 is underway. I’ve just spent a great week in Nashville, a place I have wanted to visit for the longest time. Now it’s almost time to head to the airport and catch my flight to Las Vegas. As is usual at this time of year, there are a lot of announcements […] The post Vendors I plan to check out at #VMworld 2018 appeared first on CormacHogan.com .
VMware continues to accelerate the adoption of cloud services and a multi-cloud world through innovative products. There is no better example of that commitment than the new VMware Cloud Provider Hub, a powerful solution built to dramatically help providers onboard and manage the delivery and management of both VMware and third-party cloud services through The post Announcing VMware Cloud Provider Hub – Centralized Multi-Cloud Portal appeared first on VMware Cloud Provider Blog .
At VMworld this year, there will be awesome experiences that we hope the VMTN Community will find entertaining and want to partake in – including some for those who cannot attend the event. Get excited and get signed up for the following: At Home vCommunity members: Beams (VMworld US only): 3 Beams at the VMTN Community …
It’s August and you know what that means! VMworld is here. Since 2004, VMworld has been the preeminent conference for many a virtualization admin, and 2018 is no exception. Of course, over the years, we’ve seen constant change and constant adaptation as purveyors of all things virtual continually se
It has been called out for about a year but the final date is really getting close: ESXi 5.5 is End of Life. Or as VMware puts it: The general end of support for vSphere 5.5. Version 5.5 may be the most installed version of… The post vSphere 5.5 End of Life: Now what? appeared first on VMGuru .
My last post in this series was about getting a VVol UUID and figuring out what volume on a FlashArray it is. But what about the step before that? If I have a guest OS file system how do I even figure out what VMDK it is? There is a basic option, which can potentially … Continue reading PowerCLI and VVols Part IV: Correlating a Windows NTFS to a VMDK →
We are pleased to announce the release of three new certifications: VMware Certified Advanced Professional – Data Center Virtualization Deploy 2018 (VCAP – DCV Deploy 018) This certification is built for Data Center Virtualization (DCV) certified professionals to earn as a first VCAP certification or to update an existing VCP or VCAP. This certification proves The post New VCP and VCAP Certification Releases appeared first on VMware Education Services .
Written by Murali Rajagopal, VMware System Engineer Advanced Development There is much in the way of NVMe ExpressTM (NVMeTM) literature publicly available especially surrounding SSDs – mainly originating from device manufacturers. This blog provides a grand overview of the NVM ExpressTM technology, the eco-system, NVM ExpressTM specifications, devices and interfaces. It is brief by design. The post Base NVM Express – Part One appeared first on Virtual Blocks .
NVMe Management Interface Architectural Overview NVMeTM Management Interface (NVMe-MITM) is targeted at enterprise and hyperscale applications and currently not at client applications. The use cases include: Inventorying (Asset Management), Health Monitoring (Identify bad drives), Wear Monitoring (Replace drives nearing wear-out), Temperature Monitoring (Fan throttling), Power Monitoring and configuration, Configuring (format drives, crypto erase), Change Management (update The post NVMe…Read More
The next generation of Onyx is here and it’s called Code Capture , which is only available in the vSphere HTML5 Web Client Fling ! Using the start and stop button on the main menu bar, Code Capture allows you to take your actions in the vSphere Client and output them to PowerCLI code. The code output can also easily be copied and/or downloaded from your browser session using the dedicated buttons in the Code Capture area.
Introduction The flash storage industry evolved through many key changes in the last couple of years. For example, there are now new devices with high performance and endurance with smaller capacity points. At the same time, large capacity devices with lower endurance becoming available in enterprise market. With these changes, it requires to provide additional The post Extending All Flash vSAN Cache Tier Sizing Requirement for Different Endurance Level Flash Device appeared first on Virtual…Read More
The Education Team is looking forward to seeing you at VMworld 2018 US next week. Please join us at the Education and Certification Lounge in VMvillage and take advantage of all the exciting discounts and sessions we’ll be offering. Learn from Expert VMware Certified Instructors The Education and Certification Lounge in VMvillage is The post 3 Ways You Can Save Big at VMworld 2018 and More! appeared first on VMware Education Services .
I am extremely excited to announce a new feature that’s been added to the vSphere HTML5 Web Client Fling. This new feature is called Code Capture. While the name might not sound familiar, hopefully you’re already acquainted with its predecessor – Onyx, which is currently the most requested feature on the PowerCLI Feature Requests site! […] The post Introducing Code Capture appeared first on VMware PowerCLI Blog .