‘The mandate we were given from [Dell Technologies CEO] Michael Dell, [Vice Chairman, Products and Operations, Dell EMC] Jeff Clarke and [VMware CEO] Pat Gelsinger is, ‘When we do things with VMware and Dell EMC, we want it to be first and best no matter what we do,'” says Chad Dunn, vice president of hyper-converged infrastructure product management for Dell EMC.
When presented with a choice between two solutions, with an obvious difference in cost and value, you should always choose the cheaper one, right? We all know this is not the case, as it’s just not that simple. In fact, many times the more expensive choice may be the right one when all factors are..
In a CISO’s mind, it’s Mad Max every day. In this post-apocalyptic world, the enterprise is a truck careening down the highway with the CISO strapped to the hood, calling out road hazards to the C-suite behind the wheel while attempting to replace the front bumper that was recently recalled by the manufacturer. The C-suite […] The post For the CISO, It’s a Mad Max World appeared first on VMware Radius.
This short video provides an overview of the key features in the Workspace ONE UEM 1903 release. The release’s highlights include new management features for Windows 10, macOS, iOS, Android, Workspace IoT, App Management, Apps, SDK and API as well as Workspace ONE UEM console enhancements. VMware End-User Computing (EUC) solutions empower the digital workspace by simplifying app & access management, unifying endpoint management & transforming Windows delivery. Follow the VMware EUC Blog to learn more: https://blogs.vmware.com/euc.
Birthdays are great opportunities for reflection. It’s often enlightening to look back on the last year (or five, or ten, or 20) and see just how much we’ve grown. How about you – where were you last year? How about ten years ago? How have your surroundings, your goals, and your priorities changed since then? The post Self-Driving at a Discount: More Value from vRealize! appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.
Bugs are a part of life, because human made Computer, Computer never made a human. So We can expect a bugs around us. Today we will post about one of the issues that has been seen in one of my testing environment. After we upgrade our vSphere Environment to 6.5U1g..
VMware Cloud on AWS has the ability to add new clusters to an existing SDDC. This is most useful for workload separation. A cluster could be specified as the failover resource, a development environment, and so forth. However, as of Version 1.6, there’s a new reason to add new clusters to an SDDC: custom core […] The post Automating VMware Cloud on AWS SDDC Cluster Lifecycle appeared first on VMware PowerCLI Blog.
To manage many VMware datastores together instantaneously, you might find PowerCLI a better option compared to a traditional GUI. This tool enables you to access datastore information across multiple hosts and automate the addition, modification and removal of datastores.
By Matthew McClure Introducing VMware Interface for Accelerator APIs, a new open source project now available in our GitHub repository. VMware Interface for Accelerator APIs enables day-zero usage of new Accelerator APIs by utilizing a client/server model written in C/C++. The typical process would be placing a server on a host or virtual machine (VM) The post Get Face to Face with VMware Interface for Accelerator APIs appeared first on VMware Open Source Blog.
ESXTOP is one of the most versatile and popular tool in the VI Administrators tool belt when it comes to real time performance analysis and data collection in a vSphere environment. In fact, ESXTOP also came up in the most recent episode of the VirtuallySpeaking Podcast covering the Top 10 Tools for VI Administrators, which […]
Microsoft SQL Server Workloads on VMware vSAN When you are thinking about designing, deploying, or migrating SQL server workloads into a vSAN cluster; it is important to understand not only the SQL workloads, but also what configurations are appropriate within a vSAN cluster in order to support such workloads. Not all SQL server workloads are The post Considerations for running Microsoft SQL server workloads on VMware vSAN appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
So, as you might know, I work for a company called PQR (www.pqr.com). Within PQR it is important for us to be able to show our customers all the functionality that they might be interested in, before implementing it themselves. This started of with something called the PQR Experience Center or…Read More
The ability to notify on events and all searches is one of vRealize Network Insight’s best-kept secrets. Join me in this blog and let’s zoom in on those events and notifications and learn how to send them to Slack. vRealize Network Insight is available for on-premises deployment or as a VMware Cloud Service called VMware The post Sending VMware vRealize Network Insight Notifications to Slack appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.
In VxRail 4.5, we can ONLY perform the node expansion in VxRail Manager. In VxRail 4.7, it releases the vCenter Plugin for VxRail Manager. Now we can expand the VxRail cluster with vCenter Plugin, only perform six simple procedures to complete the VxRail cluster expansion. When the new node detect..
Hi, In this Blog post i will describe some more about the Fling Horizon Daas Migration Tool. From the Fling website it’s clear what this does Horizon DaaS Migration Tool helps migrating from earlier versions of Horizon DaaS (6.1.5, 6.1.6, 7.0.0) to the latest supported version (8.0.0). The tool can be used to move…Read More
Last year, I was lucky enough to attend VMWorld and host an incredible session on Delivering Secure and Seamless Access to Apps and Data, which was one of the highlights of my mobility career. My 2nd favorite thing about VMWorld besides hanging out with my best friend (No I’m not talking about…Read More