Today a coworker of mine asked if I have a 5 minute overview of Kubernetes and I referred him to one of my older posts Containers for the vSphere Admin: After School Special Update and I noticed a lot has changed since then. So instead of updating that post, because I think we need a […]
Overview Starting with vSphere 7.0 Update 1, vSphere Cluster Services (vCLS) is enabled by default and runs in all vSphere clusters. VMware would like to make critical cluster services like vSphere High Availability (HA) and vSphere Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS) always available and […]
This post will be talking about what to do if you came up with the Flash Player End of Life and you are not ready for upgrading your infrastructure. If you are ready for upgrade, I have wrote down some tips on how to check VMware products upgrade path and compatibility matrix.
For those of you arriving from the Carbon Black program, make sure you have achieved your tier requirements, including the Endpoint Protection Solution Competency accreditation by February 27, 2021 to maintain your tier standing. Contact your SBU specialist if you have questions about your status and access Partner Connect Program Guide for more detail. Learn more about the […] The post Attention Carbon Black Resellers, Requirements Reminder… appeared first on Partner News.
This is a continuation of a series on top tips for migrating workloads to VMware vSAN™. Several different tools and methods can be used to migrate a workload. It’s important to understand the different options and benefits of each approach. This blog focuses on some of the different ways to use vMotion to speed up The post Top Tips for Moving Data to vSAN! (Part 2) – vMotion Options appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
The more operational tasks that can be automated, the more time vSphere administrators can accomplish other objectives—one of the tasks that can take time out of a busy schedule VMware template patching. VMware vSphere templates are a great way to save time to deploy new machines. However, these nee
The highly anticipated 11th Generation Intel NUCs based on the new Tiger Lake processors has just been announced by Intel and I am excited to share my first hand experience with this new NUC platform. There are currently two models in the new 11th Gen lineup: the Intel NUC 11 Performance […]
This blog post, Announcing the Quick-Start Tutorial for VMware Horizon 8, originally appeared on the VMware Digital Workspace Tech Zone Blog. We are happy to announce the publication of the Quick-Start Tutorial for VMware Horizon 8. Like the Quick-Start Tutorial for VMware Horizon 7, which is […]
According to our research, 73 percent of organizations plan to containerize existing apps as part of their modernization efforts. The path to this future state is far from smooth as I&O executives face difficult and time-consuming technical, operations, and people challenges. At the same time, […]
In December 2020, VMware Learning released three (3) new courses to help you develop your skills and increase your knowledge. Don’t let the restriction of working from home stop you from learning how to take full advantage of innovative VMware technologies. The VMware Learning team has transitioned all scheduled in-person trainings to a virtual (live … Continued The post New Course and Exam Announcements in December 2020 appeared first on VMware Learning.
A recent IDC study interviewed VMware Cloud on AWS customers to compare the solution against other public clouds. VMware Cloud on AWS allows customers to migrate apps to the cloud 46% faster and at 57% lower cost compared to other public cloud solutions. Promote why VMware Cloud on AWS is the fastest, most cost-effective solution […] The post VMware Cloud on AWS Delivers Significant Business Value, Cost Reductions, and a Fast Path to Hybrid Cloud appeared first on Partner News.
Starting NSX-T version 3.0.2 workloads with NSX-T global network backing (L2 stretched segment) can be protected and recovered using Site Recovery Manager (SRM). More details on Multi-Locations with Federation are available here. Note: This post does not contain the installation and […]
If you’ve not already configured Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) for your users – seriously, what are you waiting for? There are dozens of different MFA solutions on the market today with varying capabilities including […]
Today, we are proud to announce a new extension to our Master Services Competencies (MSC) – the Host | Satellite program. The Host | Satellite program helps multi-national companies to maximize value for their customers, as well as […]
Now that we have a better understanding of how the networking is configured within the environment, we can start to look at connecting our workloads running within our OCVS SDDC to other Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Services.