On Thursday January 28, the VMware Cloud Management team hosted a #vRealizeChat introducing the newest member of the vRealize Family: vRealize Cloud Universal. To discuss this solution, we asked our questions to a panel of experts, including John Dias, Thomas Bryant and Gabriel Martinez. Read […]
In this episode, VMware experts have talked about some of the recently announced enhanced migration capabilities of VMware HCX such asReplication Assisted vMotion (RAV),Mobility Optimized Networking […]
The vSphere Security Configuration Guide (SCG) is the baseline for hardening and auditing guidance for VMware vSphere itself. Started more than a decade ago, it has long served as guidance for vSphere Administrators looking to protect their infrastructure.
Introduction to vSAN Data Persistent Platform Applications are changing and the consumption of applications is changing, too. We have recognized this shift here at VMware, as evidenced by our Tanzu suite of products. Modern apps, in particular, those built to run on Kubernetes are designed to […]
The VMware PowerCLI 12.2 is released now. It brings plenty of improvements to the existing cmdlets and introduces new cmdlets. Please find the release highlights here- Horizon VMware Horizon PowerCLI module is now supported for macOS and the Linux OS VMC We’ve added support for one of the most […]
Just four months after the release of vRealize Operations 8.2, VMware is back with a brand-new release and vRealize Operations 8.3 has something for everyone. We’ve focused on getting you more value right out of the gate and beyond with brand new […]
VMware Cloud Foundation 4.2 Delivers Key Platform Enhancements VMware Cloud Foundation 4.2 introduces several new features and enhancements to further help customers deliver developer-ready infrastructure, scale their infrastructure without compromise and boost security. VMware Cloud Foundation [..]
In the last episode I wrote about my Nvidia environment, including the Mellanox (now Nvidia Networking) parts. Let’s talk a little bit about my absolute favorite Hardware Server vendor: Dell! Why? Because they offer simply the best integration into […]
You – our VMware partners – are on the ground every day, helping our customers realize what’s possible. Especially this past year, your commitment to driving innovation – even in the face of unprecedented change and challenges – has resulted in tangible impact across countless businesses and people’s lives. That’s why we have developed the … Continued The post 2021 VMware Partner Achievement Awards – Applications Now Open appeared first on Power of Partnership.
With the VMware Tanzu RabbitMQ Kubernetes operator, now generally available, developers can manage their messaging services with the same low-code approach wherever K8s is deployed. It enables simple and fast deployment, low DevOps maintenance, and access to the K8s ecosystem for logging, monitoring, and tracking. Learn more in this post.
Today we’re announcing the general availability of VMware Tanzu RabbitMQ for Kubernetes. Based on the widely popular open source RabbitMQ messaging system, Tanzu RabbitMQ is designed to work seamlessly with Tanzu Editions and also run on any certified Kubernetes distribution, […]
Before you start troubleshooting Horizon and Blast connections, read this guide to help you understand how a VMware Horizon Client connects to a resource. With this insight, you can determine the best architecture, understand the traffic flow and network ports, and troubleshoot more […]
With every release, VMware Cloud on Dell EMC refines itself as an enterprise-optimized infrastructure as-a-Service solution that scales up in density and capacity, providing enterprises with a fully managed, on-premises solution built to handle advanced workloads and virtual desktop […]
While vSphere with Kubernetes gaining adoption across all sort of business domains, the product team released the latest update to add a couple of features to the Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Services (TKGs).
Like I said in part two I wanted to do that first before going to method’s since for some methods you actually need the output from a query. I posted an example of that in the meanwhile with my post about sending messages to users. […]
January was a good month for me as I started the Python 100DaysOfCode challenge but the VMware engineers also did plenty of work. Seven Flings received an update and it looks like we have a single new release.
Welcome back VMworld (& VMware) enthusiasts – we hope your year is off to a safe and healthy start. We’re excited to kick off the new year by announcing the official dates for VMworld 2021. We are thrilled to have you all join us online from October 5 – 7, 2021. To ensure the well-being […]
A smooth pen, pad of paper, a perfect scrawl of signature; what could be more satisfying? But anyone who has tried to sign a digital tablet with a VMware Horizon virtual desktop knows your signature doesn’t always translate. With Horizon, most HID (human interface devices) are shared with the […]