Preparing to take the VCAP6-DCV deployment exam? Before you do, check out this exam simulator via @RicardoConzatti: https://t.co/KMORRebJ4V pic.twitter.com/r54cGKbays — VMware (@VMware) 29 de junho de 2017 VCAP Simulator is a tool to help students and administrators to achieve the VCAP6-DCV Deployment certification. This simulator is a broken VMware vSphere 6.0 environment that should be fixed by following 17 pre-defined tasks in less than 180 minutes. When the time is gone, the environment will shutdown and access will be interrupted…. Read More Read More
Our 2019 Partner Relationship Survey is now open. Between February 6-22, you should have received a personalized email from your Geo Channel VP. We encourage you to take the time to participate – we are listening. For example, feedback from last year’s survey has led to multiple program enhancements such as: Simplify the partner experience The post Your Partnership with VMware Matters appeared first on Power of Partnership.
The Google Play Store is the best way to get apps to your Android devices in the industry today. Known for scale, security, and consumer-simple ease of use, did you know that it’s now easier than ever to manage as well? For years now, VMware has partnered with Google to allow administrators to manage app […] The post New Features for Android Managed Google Play Store in Workspace ONE UEM Console appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog.
This brief article introduces a short 4.5 minute video that explains the reasons why VMware vSphere is a great platform for data scientists/engineers to use as their base operating platform. The video then demonstrates an example of this, showing a data scientist conducting a modeling experiment with an input set of data, while using the The post Machine Learning with H2O – the Benefits of VMware appeared first on Virtualize Applications.
The IOPS limits storage policy rule found in vSAN is a simple and flexible way to limit the amount of resources that a VMDK can use at any given point in time. While it is easy to enable, there are specific considerations in how performance metrics will be rendered when IOPS limit rules are being The post Performance Metrics when using IOPS Limits with vSAN – What you Need to Know appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
As we hear it from customers that they want to learn more about the technical deep dive feature walkthroughs and capabilities of VMware Cloud on AWS, we decided to compile the list of blogs every month so that customers can revisit the articles as per their needs. So, here is the list of blogs from The post VMware Cloud on AWS: Technical Deep Dive articles: February 2019 Recap appeared first on VMware Cloud Community.
I’m thrilled to announce our newest secure productivity app, Workspace ONE Notebook, is now generally available for customers! Workspace ONE Notebook is a robust, enterprise secure notes and tasks manager that empowers users to capture ideas, meeting notes, tasks, and more on-the-go. With Notebook, it is easier than ever to stay organized and quickly locate […] The post Introducing Workspace ONE Notebook for Secure Notes and Tasks in 6 Fast GIFs appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog.
VMware Certifications aren’t just about testing learning from a text book. The VMware Certified Advanced Professional (VCAP) certifications validate deep understanding of design and deployment principles, often through performance-based testing. This important way to measure learning is the truest test of real-life capabilities. This month we’re spotlighting Brett Guarino. He was instrumental through the The post Business Relevance and a Challenge: Spotlight on Brett Guarino appeared first on…Read More
By Steve Sloka, Sr. Member of Technical Staff, and John Schnake, Systems Engineer There are many ways to create Kubernetes clusters and many environments that can host them. As a result, platform operators find it difficult to determine whether a cluster is properly configured and whether it is working as it should. Sonobuoy is The post Certifying Kubernetes with Sonobuoy appeared first on Cloud Native Apps.
VMware vCenter HA (VCHA) was a feature first introduced in vSphere 6.5 back in late 2016. There is two deployment methods available when enabling this feature…Basic deployment or an Advanced deployment. The Basic deployment method is the easiest of the two. The procedure did everything for you including… Added 2nd NIC to the vCenter VM.Cloned…
With the arrival of Docker Containers and Kubernetes from Google, there is a question; Virtual Machines vs Containers. What is the difference and what is the best option for organizations? Docker has been known as the new technology that uses/creates containers, but containers are here since the 70s
I recently had a need for a for a basic Kubernetes (k8s) Cluster which I also needed to have running locally in my vSphere Home Lab for testing purposes. I know there are a number of great blog articles out there that shows you how to setup your own k8s from scratch, including a recent blog […]
VMware Cloud has launched a new Ideas site where users can enter their ideas to improve the product. It is available at http://ideas.vmc.vmware.com VMware has been at the forefront of innovation for over 20 years. I still remember that ‘a-ha!’ moment when many years ago I first set up an entire lab over a single The post Introducing VMC Ideas: A New Way to Innovate With Our Users appeared first on VMware Cloud Community.
VMware NSX-T Data Center provides native full-stack networking and security for containerized workloads, consistent granular policy on a per-container basis, and integration across apps, platforms, hypervisors, sites, and clouds. This enables native container-to-container L3 networking…Read More