What is VMware vSAN HCI Mesh?
What is VMware vSAN HCI Mesh? We look at VMware’s new disaggregated vSAN cluster in vSAN 7 Update 1 to mount remote vSAN datastores.
vMotion Innovations in vSphere 7.0 U1
vSphere vMotion is one of the most popular features of VMware vSphere. vMotion enables live migration of workloads and provides flexibility and business continuity even in the face of physical server downtime due to patch updates or troubleshooting. Although vMotion has been used successfully […]
What’s new with vSAN Sizer
Achieving optimal levels of performance, capacity, and availability in an environment requires proper design and planning. The datacenter in its current state comprises a wide variety of workloads from traditional applications to containerized solutions. This is coupled with varying requirements of data services related to security, compliance, and space efficiency. The legacy methods of sizing The post What’s new with vSAN Sizer appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
You’ve Moved Your Desktop to the Cloud; What About Your Apps?
In these unprecedented times, as we shift to the “remote-first” world of computing, cloud-based Windows 10 desktops have been a key enabler of employee productivity. VMware Horizon Cloud on Microsoft Azure and Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop have helped business accelerate their cloud journey from years to weeks. Together, we’ve enabled our customers to keep thousands […] The post You’ve Moved Your Desktop to the Cloud; What About Your Apps? appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog.
Ideal for listening during your workout/weekend running 😉 vSpeaking Podcast on @VMwarevSphere 7 Update 1 (including vSphere with @VMwareTanzu)
This week VMware announced vSphere 7 Update 1 which includes vSphere with Tanzu, updates to vLCM, vSphere Clustering Service, security, scalability enhancments, and more. This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we welcome Niels Hagoort to walk us through the details of this release. Links Mentioned Announcing vSphere with Tanzu vSphere Clustering Service vSphere 7
The last few months have shown that organisations with a flexible, modern infrastructure are best placed to succeed. Here are 7 steps for modernizing your applications:
We have the answers to seven critical points: what are their priorities; what applications do they need to meet those objectives; what platforms do those applications demand; where do they need to run; how will applications get to users; how do they secure them; and, finally, how is it all going to be managed.
VMware Design Studio Looking For Security Feedback
Hey vSphere fans, just a few days to go until VMworld 2020. Over 100,000 people have signed up which is absolutely wonderful. If you’ve ever used a VMware product and thought “I really wish this worked differently” or “I wonder who picks what this stuff looks like” we’ve got an opportunity for you: the VMware The post VMware Design Studio Looking For Security Feedback appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
Shape the Future! Introducing the VMware Digital Workspace Beta Program
Want to help shape the future of VMware’s Digital Workspace products? Sign up today for the Digital Workspace Beta Program™ and take part in shaping the next generation of Workspace ONE and Horizon products to be our best yet! The Digital Workspace Beta Program offers members the opportunity to: • Be the first to access […] The post Shape the Future! Introducing the VMware Digital Workspace Beta Program appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog.
Join our Virtual Community EUC Tech Talk Series after VMworld
Everyone reading this probably knows that VMworld 2020 will take place online next week. You may recall that since joining VMware in 2018, I’ve hosted a live community tech talk geek beer + junk food evening event at VMworld. Here are some photos from last year, both San Francisco and Barcelona. This EUC Community event […] The post Join our Virtual Community EUC Tech Talk Series after VMworld appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog.
vSpeaking Podcast Ep 169 – vSphere 7 Update 1
This week VMware announced vSphere 7 Update 1 which includes vSphere with Tanzu, updates to vLCM, vSphere Clustering Service, security, scalability enhancments, and more. This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we welcome Niels Hagoort to walk us through the details of this release. Links Mentioned Announcing vSphere with Tanzu vSphere Clustering Service vSphere 7 The post vSpeaking Podcast Ep 169 – vSphere 7 Update 1 appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
vSphere 7 Update 1 – Unprecedented Scalability
vSphere continues to deliver the ability to scale your infrastructure to meet the demands of modern application workloads such as Kubernetes clusters/pods, or high-performance application workloads. Let’s glance at the increased scalability numbers and see how it can benefit you in your journey[…]
ESXi 7.0 Update 1 now includes NIC driver for Intel NUC 10
With the upcoming release of vSphere 7.0 Update 1 and specifically ESXi 7.0 Update 1, support for the onboard NIC of the Intel NUC 10 (Frost Canyon) is now included and the community ne1000 VIB driver is no longer needed. If you had previously installed the community driver, you can uninstall the VIB after successfully […]
Next Generation of Azure VMware Solution (AVS) is Now Generally Available
As businesses shift priorities to enable remote work, take advantage of cloud innovation, and maximize their existing on-premises investments, relying on an effective multi-cloud, multi-edge hybrid approach is even more important than it has ever been.
What’s New in Site Recovery Manager and vSphere Replication 8.3.1
The release of SRM 8.3.1 and vSphere Replication 8.3.1 is the first time I’ve seen a double dot release for either SRM or vSphere Replication that had any new features, let alone three! Let’s get into what’s included in this unexpectedly significant update to SRM and vSphere Replication.
Did You Know? VMware Is a Microsoft Data Center Provider
As mentioned in a previous post, VMware now provides licenses for select Microsoft software. … The post Did You Know? VMware Is a Microsoft Data Center Provider appeared first on VMware Cloud Community.
vSphere 7 Update 1 – vSphere Clustering Service (vCLS)
The vSphere Clustering Service (vCLS) is a new capability that is introduced in the vSphere 7 Update 1 release. It’s first release provides the foundation to work towards creating a decoupled and distributed control plane for clustering services in vSphere. The challenge being that cluster services, like the vSphere Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS), depend on The post vSphere 7 Update 1 – vSphere Clustering Service (vCLS) appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
New Host Client
Overview VMware is constantly working to improve the products offered to customers aiming to provide solutions based on modern and reliable technologies and positioning security and stability of customer workloads at the centre of our goals. As part of the products technical evolution VMware always considers the official regulations and standards which customers must comply The post New Host Client appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
VMware Announces End of Support for IE-11
In the light of Microsoft announcing the end of support for Internet Explorer 11 by MS365 products and the official guidance from MS for IE11 users to migrate to MS Edge, VMware has decided to end the support for IE11 by all active versions of the vSphere Client, starting from the next update in the release line of The post VMware Announces End of Support for IE-11 appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.