In my previous blog, I described how to configure log sources to forward logs to vRealize Log Insight Cloud. Once the logs are in the next step is to start leveraging one of the most powerful features of vRealize Log Insight Cloud i.e., Content Pack. In this blog, I will walk through What is […]
We are excited to announce once again, Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI) systems powered by VMware vSAN lead the overall market for Q3 of 2021, according to the IDC Quarterly Worldwide Converged Systems Tracker. The tracker reported that systems running HCI powered by VMware vSAN accounted for a 41.5% share of the market, higher than the following … Continued The post Hyperconverged Infrastructure Systems Powered by VMware vSAN Lead the Market in Q3, 2021, According to IDC appeared first on…Read More
Today, everyone wants things to run faster, better and more efficiently. Sometimes that’s possible just by making a few optimizations in key places. Other times, we have to completely rethink the way we do something. The moment you realize you must completely change your operations can be […]
A new Intel solution brief shows how virtual services on the Intel architecture-based VNF infrastructure on the VMware SD-WAN Edge reduce the need for additional hardware at remote work locations. This approach allows for fast, efficient delivery of data protection services. Download the […]
An initial zero-day vulnerability (CVE-2021-44228), publicly released on 9 December 2021, and known as Log4j or Log4Shell, is actively being targeted in the wild. CVE-2021-44228 was assigned the highest “Critical” severity rating, a maximum risk score […]
Switzerland never takes sides. Safeguarding its independence is one of the principal objectives of Swiss foreign policy. And Swiss neutrality, one of the main principles of this policy, dictates that Switzerland remain agnostic. Hailed as the Switzerland of load balancers, VMware NSX Advanced […]
In the last episode of my HomeLab journey, I have written about my HomeLab Stage LX: New Network. My first and second datacenter are placed inside the basement of my house, the third datacenter is my old garage. This garage […]
Over the last 20 years, we designed our core data center platform following the CPU roadmap. But in today’s world, the devices attached to the processor make radical and revolutionary improvements, catering to the needs of the new workloads. I’m talking about devices like the GPU, the network […]
Everything around us comes with an expiry, and from time to time we need to update, upgrade and decommission things. In same fashion in IT also we have different triggers for lifecycle management, and same concept applies in each layer/tower of IT. […]
Full Series Welcome back to the second of this two-part piece on DevOps for AI Apps. In part one, we explored the differences between regular apps and AI apps, drilled into some of the added complexity and thought about the benefits of adopting a DevOps methodology for enterprise AI app projects. In this part, let’s … Continued The post DevOps for AI Apps (Part 2) appeared first on Cloud Blog – VMware.
The modern application world is advancing at an unprecedented rate. However, the new possibilities these transformations make available don’t come without complexities. IT teams often find themselves under pressure to keep up with the speed of innovation. That’s why VMware provides a production [..]
This blog is intended to provide a deeper understanding of one of the most important aspects of this feature called VirtualMachineService. A note on disambiguation, “VM Service” is the feature name and is different from “VirtualMachineService”, the topic of this post.
Please note. All thoughts and processes within this blog are of myself and not officially of VMware. Please review any documentation on docs.vmware.com or reach out via your account team and partners for support with NSX IDS/IPS. As per the VMware blog – […]
VMware has released a new critical security advisory, VMSA-2021-0028, in response to the industry-wide issue regarding the open source Apache Software Foundation log4j Java logging component, which was discovered to have a critical vulnerability (CVE-2021-44228). Read this post to […]
In an earlier post, we provided a general overview of Remote DX and Scoutbees, the two new additions to Advanced Monitoring for VMware Horizon Powered by ControlUp. In this article, I will show you how easy it is to enable and use Scoutbees, a synthetic monitoring solution from ControlUp. One […]
The VMware Event Broker Appliance (VEBA) team is excited to share that we have just delivered our final VEBA release for 2021, VEBA v0.7.1, which is a minor update that contains a couple of fixes that was observed in the original v0.7 release. With the recent log4j vulnerability disclosure, I […]
VMware’s Jeremiah Megie and Steve Pantol kick off the series by talking through use cases, placement, sizing, connectivity, and operational things to think about before deploying an AVS private cloud. Looking for an introduction to AVS? Check out the Technical Overview Series!