Security in the cloud is not the sole responsibility of the cloud provider. Instead, organizations and cloud providers work together under a ‘shared responsibility model’, where organizations must manage and secure user access, network and resource configurations. In the first blog of our two-part series, learn what are the most common violations in the public The post Implementing a Continuous Security Model in the Public Cloud with Jenkins and Terraform : Part 1 appeared first on VMware…Read More
HCI powered by vSAN forms the cornerstone for today’s modern data center on-premises and in the cloud. As with any structure, building a solid foundation is key to the integrity of a structure. Therefore, it is important to ensure those individuals designing and building the foundation get it right. Those with the right skills The post New VMware vSAN 6.7 Specialist Exam appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
by Louise Fellows, Director, Public Sector UK&I at VMware As the world becomes connected, so it comes under attack. Organisations of all kinds face daily, if not hourly, cyber intrusions, as criminals, hacktivists and hostile nations seek to profit from poor IT security practices. For organisations used to dealing in sensitive information, the apparatus is […] The post A daily threat – universities, cyber-attacks and national security in the UK appeared first on VMware EMEA Blog.
By Craig Savage, Industry Security Architect, VMware Delivering enterprise security in the cloud era is a daunting undertaking given the proliferation of remote colleagues (users), multiple devices, an endless number of apps, and other challenges. That’s why VMware IT implemented a five-pillar approach to security, in addition to other initiatives, to ensure security The post Introducing the New Math. How Five Pillars of Security on a Solid Foundation Enabled VMware InfoSec to Create the…Read More
NSX-T Edge Clusters are responsible for the North-South traffic flow in the NSX-T SDDC. They can be deployed in VM Form Factor as well as Bare metal leveraging the DPDK libraries for high network performance. Edge Clusters host the DR and SR components of the logical routers that you deploy and is…Read More
I had some questions around this in the past month, so I figured I would share some details around this. As persistent memory (Intel Optane Memory devices for instance) is getting more affordable and readily available more and more customers are looking to use it. Some are already using it for very specific use cases, usually in situations where the OS and the App actually understand the type of device being presented. What does that mean? At VMworld 2018 there was a great session on this topic and I captured the session in a post. Let me copy/paste the important bit for you, which discusses the different modes in which a Persistent Memory device can be presented to a VM.
This is the second part of the guide line of my VMUG session of PowerCLI 101. In the first part, I focused on PowerShell basics. PowerCLI Installation Since version 22.214.171.124 of PowerCLI it is just available on Microsoft PowerShell Gallery. Until then it was a separate download on VMware pages. The…Read More
Hello everyone! So I presented at Dell World on Modern Management and spoke at length about Dell Provisioning and I have probably rolled out 40-50 laptops. With that in mind, I’ve learned many things (some good and some bad). I thought I would talk about my experience and provide some interesting…Read More
Digital transformation is driving large-scale changes to WAN architectures. SD-WAN is an integral part of this movement, simplifying branch office networking and assuring optimal application performance. VMware SD-WAN by VeloCloud has been recognized by…Read More
August 2019 can seem far away but the Cloud Platform Business Unit at VMware is working tirelessly preparing for another outstanding customer experience for VMworld 2019 US. We are excited about what’s to come and invite you to register to attend and take advantage of Early Bird pricing which ends June 21st. Just as vSphere The post Get Prepared for VMworld 2019 US appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
In part 1 we introduced the solution and its deployment. In part 2 we will look at the validation of the solution and the results. Testing Methodology: The goal of the testing is to validate the vSphere platform for running Caffe2 and PyTorch. Some of the capabilities such as sharing GPUs between containers was evaluated The post GPU sharing on Kubernetes for ML with Caffe2/PyTorch on vSphere (Part 2 of 2) appeared first on Virtualize Applications.
A short post about setting EVC mode on cluster-level. This is not about per-VM EVC mode that was introduced in vSphere 6.7. When you try to select a suitable EVC mode on cluster, it could happen that no mode can be set. The wizard shows a compatibility-error on every mode that because of running VMs
Slow, inefficient performance can cripple any organization. Add unnecessary complexity on top of that, and you’ve got a recipe for business failure. Performance problems in the virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) environment, specifically with an existing legacy storage area network (SAN) that’s slowing down and running out of space, can be solved with an enterprise-class hyper-converged The post How vSAN Creates Simplicity and Reduces Capital Expenditures appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
Pinboards are collections of personalized widgets with data that is relevant to you. You can pin almost every single result in Network Insight to a pinboard to make sure you have the right information at your fingertips on a single page. This video is a detailed walkthrough of how to create and manage pinboards.
Advertise here with BSA On the community forums, a question was asked around the use of site locality in a vSAN Stretched Cluster. When you create a stretched cluster in vSAN you can define within a policy how the data needs to be protected. Do you want to replicate across datacenters? Do you want to protect the “site local […] The post Site locality in a vSAN Stretched Cluster? appeared first on Yellow Bricks.
Earlier this month, it was discovered that a vulnerability in Facebook’s WhatsApp messaging app could be exploited to inject commercial spyware onto Android and iOS phones by simply calling the target. Once infected, the phones’ camera and mic, emails, messages as well as the user’s location data could all be exposed. WhatsApp, which is Facebook’s […] The post WhatsApp Malware: How To Secure Devices in the Age of Enterprise Consumerization appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog.
The Workspace ONE Intelligence Series covers everything you need to know about Workspace ONE Intelligence, including release updates, the latest features and more. In this 6th episode, we share some of the exciting new updates in our Q1 2019 releases of Workspace ONE Intelligence, including demos of building custom dashboards, new share functions with reports, and automation on existing data. 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.