Next week during VMworld Europe, I’ll be hosting a two-hour evening EUC community event focused on short (15-20min) Workspace ONE and Horizon related tech talks from members of the community. It will take place at the Fira Gran Via on Tuesday, Nov 6, from 6:00-8:00PM. (So you still have time for a nice dinner afterward.) […] The post Join Brian Madden for an EUC Community Tech Talks & Beer Evening During VMworld Europe appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog .
Infrastructure analytics helps to provide meaning and insight in the effort to make smarter decisions in the data center. Yet it can only do so if the right data is measured, from the right location, and in the right way. Infrastructure analytics has historically been difficult in part to these three data collection variables being The post Better Visibility with New vSAN Metrics in vR Ops 7.0 appeared first on Virtual Blocks .
Each datacenter is unique and is designed to serve the specific business needs. To serve these business needs, you could have a small or a large ESXi/KVM footprint. NSX-T Data Center can be leveraged to provide networking and security benefits regardless of the size of your datacenter. This blog focusses on a critical infrastructure component of the NSX-T Data The post Flexible deployment options for NSX-T Data Center Edge VM appeared first on Network Virtualization .
vSphere 6.7 is the final release that will include vCenter Server for Windows. VMware’s direction for vCenter Server is the vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA). The good news is there’s a dedicated migration tool to help customers transition to the VCSA. Today I would like to announce several new VCSA migration product walkthroughs. These new walkthroughs The post Migrate to the vCenter Server Appliance appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog .
vSAN 6.7 U1 introduces several enhancements and improved safeguards when performing maintenance and decommissioning activities on vSAN hosts. vSAN Maintenance Mode now has a pre-check simulation, new warnings for hosts already in maintenance mode and ongoing resyncs. In addition, the object repair timer previously only available in the CLI is now available in the UI. The post A Closer Look at vSAN Maintenance Mode appeared first on Virtual Blocks .
If you are headed to VMworld Europe next week and want to learn more about Virtual Volumes, below is a list of VVols sessions you should add to your schedule. In addition to the sessions, there will be a few demos and the VMware booth. With vSphere 6.7, it shows VMware’s continued support and development The post Headed to VMworld Barcelona? Make sure to check out the VVols Sessions. appeared first on Virtual Blocks .
Authors: Jambi Ganbar (Sr. Technical Solutions Manager, NFV), Jubin Thomas (NSX Information Experience team) Overview Some workloads demand accelerated and predictable networking performance. Our Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) customers and some of our financial, media, and high-performance computing (HPC) customers deploy these workloads. These workloads process a lot of network traffic. Network traffic in the The post Accelerated Data Plane Performance Using Enhanced Data Path in…Read More
vSphere Central has always been a great resource to find content, but it has previously been grouped by product such as vCenter Server, Security, ESXi and Virtual Machine, and other categories. When trying to share content on vSphere Upgrade it overlaps all of these categories. We have created a new consolidated vSphere Upgrade section that will The post Announcing vSphere Upgrade on vSphere Central appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog .
Following up from my previous Hybrid Cloud Extension (HCX) Automation article which looked at deploying the HCX Manager OVA, this article will now focus on automating the initial configuration of HCX Manager including the registration to HCX Cloud which will enable the on-prem HCX Manager to be used with VMware Cloud on AWS (VMC). Once HCX Manager […]
Written by Steven Miller, DevOps Engineer at Blue Medora Blue Medora provides some of the best in breed monitoring integrations within VMware vRealize® Operations™ (vROps). Sometimes configuring those integrations, especially for our largest customers, is tedious. In order to help our customers, and the overall vROps ecosystem, we are proud to introduce vROpsCLI, a freely The post Introducing vROpsCLI from Blue Medora appeared first on VMware Cloud Management .
Another post in my series on VVols and PowerCLI, for previous posts see these: PowerCLI and VVols Part I: Assigning a SPBM Policy PowerCLI and VVols Part II: Finding VVol UUIDs PowerCLI and VVols Part III: Getting VVol UUIDs from the FlashArray PowerCLI and VVols Part IV: Correlating a Windows NTFS to a VMDK This … Continue reading PowerCLI and VVols Part V: Array Snapshots and VVols →
I have released a new version of the VMware/Pure PowerShell module which can be automatically installed from the PowerShell Gallery. Pure Storage PowerShell VMware Module Updates in this release are focused on VVols. Creating VVol snapshots, copying them, creating new disks from them, retrieving them etc. Version 188.8.131.52 I wrote a blog post below on … Continue reading 184.108.40.206 Release of the Pure Storage VMware PowerShell Module →
Test Drive for vSAN is a great way to show customers, in a demonstration environment, how vSAN can help them meet their storage needs in a convenient, cost-effective, and flexible manner. Learn more. The post TestDrive for vSAN is now Available appeared first on Partner News .
Last week VMware released vSphere 6.7 Update 1. While the buzz around this release was less than the previous release it still contains a ton of enhancements for vCenter, ESXi and vSAN. Like 6.7 before it, this is a lot more than a point release and represents a significant upgrade from vSphere 6.7. Looking through the release notes, there appears The post vSphere 6.7 Update 1 – Top New Features and Platform Supportability appeared first on VIRTUALIZATION IS LIFE! .
VMware Cloud on AWS provides a solution for customers looking to adopt or extend/migrate to the cloud. VMware Cloud on AWS leverages the VMware stack (vSphere, vCenter, vSAN, NSX), which customers are already familiar with on-prem, to allow for ease of adoption. The new networking and security enhancements coming to VMware Cloud on AWS with NSX-T, such as distributed firewall (DFW), grouping object support, connectivity enhancements with VPN and Direct Connect, and new monitoring and troubleshooting capabilities, provide additional robust capabilities and allow customers to support additional use cases. Webinar on Wednesday, October 24th, 10:00 a.m. PST Check out the recorded webinar with Humair Ahmed, Senior Technical Product Manager…Read More
Now featuring Workspace ONE and Unified Endpoint Management, the Mobility Management Solution Competency will arm you with the knowledge to sell, architect, and deploy the Digital Workspace Solution by VMware. The post New and Revamped Mobility Management Solution Competency appeared first on Partner News .