VMware Announces Intent to Acquire Octarine

VMware Announces Intent to Acquire Octarine

VMware Announces Intent to Acquire Octarine

Today is a very exciting day for VMware and for our customers as we announce our intent to acquire Octarine, whose innovative security platform for Kubernetes applications helps simplify DevSecOps and enables cloud native environments to be more secure, from development through runtime. The unique properties of the cloud (speed, agility, scale) mean that developers are increasingly using containers to …


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Monitoring the VMware Event Broker Appliance…

Monitoring the VMware Event Broker Appliance with vRealize Operations Manager

Monitoring the VMware Event Broker Appliance…

Since the VMware Event Broker Appliance (VEBA) is reaching more and more folks out there and the interest is growing steadily, it is important to validate the integration with other solutions (preferably VMware). At least that’s what I thought 😉. Monitoring in terms of utilization […]


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TAM Lab 061 – A Force for Good: VMware…

TAM Lab 061 – A Force for Good: VMware Appliance for Folding@Home

TAM Lab 061 – A Force for Good: VMware…

Dean Lewis, Amanda Blevins, & Sean Massey cover VMware’s efforts to support the Folding@Home project, a distributed computing project that helps scientists and researchers simulate protein dynamics. Introducing the associated VMware Fling and steps on how you can get started and help contribute. https://flings.vmware.com/vmware-appliance-for-folding-home


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Use Layer 7 Application Identity in Your…

Use Layer 7 Application Identity in Your Segmentation Policies

Use Layer 7 Application Identity in Your…

With the launch of VMware NSX in 2013, VMware pioneered micro-segmentation. Back then our solution was based on stateful Layer 4 filtering. We’ve added in dynamic grouping, enabling policies based on VM context such as VM Name, Operating System or Security Tags. Using dynamic grouping, the life cycle of a Service-defined Firewall policy is directly tied to the life cycle of the workloads/application it’s protecting. This is radically different from traditional The post Use Layer 7 Application…Read More


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Fighting today’s crisis with VMware Fusion and…

Fighting today’s crisis with VMware Fusion and Folding At Home

Fighting today’s crisis with VMware Fusion and…

HELP ERADICATE CORONAVIRUS COVID-19 WITH YOUR SPARE CPU CYCLES >> Quick Link to the OVA Appliance What a time to be alive. I’m writing this from my apartment in San Francisco where I’ve been sheltering in place for almost 2 weeks now. Personally I had been wondering just how I could help, […]


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VMware CloudFlix series is here!!

VMware CloudFlix series is here!!

VMware CloudFlix series is here!!

Starting today, VMware created a series of 60-minute business and technical sessions that will enable you to capture business opportunities in a Multi-Cloud World. During these webinars, you will gain information and context to better understand the rapidly evolving Cloud Services […]


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vSphere 7 vMotion with Attached Remote Device

vSphere 7 vMotion with Attached Remote Device

vSphere 7 vMotion with Attached Remote Device

A lot of cool new features fly under the radar during a major release announcement. Even the new DRS algorithm didn’t get much air time. One thing that I discovered this week, is that vSphere 7 allows for vMotion with an attached remote device attached. When using the VM Remote Console, […]


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New VEBA release, new website and new mascot!

New VEBA release, new website and new mascot!

New VEBA release, new website and new mascot!

Today I am very happy to share a number of updates with the community regarding the popular VMware Event Broker Appliance (VEBA) Fling. Each release has always been a team effort, but but I am especially proud of this release as it demonstrates how large the team has grown in the past 6 months […]


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vSphere 7 – What’s new – In a nutshell

vSphere 7 – What’s new – In a nutshell

vSphere 7 – What’s new – In a nutshell

vSphere 7 is a MAJOR RELEASE with a TON of great new features! You wanna know What’s new with vSphere 7 ? Here is a read where I will try to quickly highlight of some of the new capabilities and features. Starting with […]


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Experience Complimentary Digital Learning from…

Experience Complimentary Digital Learning from VMware Learning Zone

Experience Complimentary Digital Learning from…

The VMware Learning Zone (VLZ) is your single source for digital learning from VMware and we are excited to announce a special offer to provide you complimentary access to its premium content. With 24/7 access to training delivered by top VMware experts and Certified Instructors, VLZ lets you […]


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Save the date for VMware EMPOWER Online 2020!

Save the date for VMware EMPOWER Online 2020!

Save the date for VMware EMPOWER Online 2020!

VMware Cloud Service Providers Partners, save the date! VMware EMPOWER Online 2020 participation is free & requires no travel. Join us on 9 June 2020 for the same great content we had planned for the in-person event. We can’t wait! Register here: https://bit.ly/2xMLaYE


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HOL 3-Tier Application – Using Docker Images

HOL 3-Tier Application – Using Docker Images

HOL 3-Tier Application – Using Docker Images

While it is interesting to see how a very simple application is constructed, some people just want to get the app deployed so they can use it. This is an incremental update to getting the Hands-on Labs 3-Tier app setup using Docker images. Everything remains the same except that you do not need to do The post HOL 3-Tier Application – Using Docker Images appeared first on VMware Hands-On Lab (HOL) Blog.


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DRS Migration Threshold in vSphere 7

DRS Migration Threshold in vSphere 7

DRS Migration Threshold in vSphere 7

DRS in vSphere 7 is equipped with a new algorithm. The old algorithm measured the load of each host in the cluster and tried to keep the difference in workload within a specific range. And that range, the target host load standard deviation, was tuned via the migration threshold. The new […]


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