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VMware Horizon Integration – How the Pieces Fit…

VMware Horizon Integration – How the Pieces Fit Together, Part 3

VMware Horizon Integration – How the Pieces Fit…

By Anthony Rizzo, Staff End-User-Computing Technologist, VMware This series discusses the concept of VMware Horizon 6.2 and VMware Horizon Air Desktops and Horizon Air Apps as a flexible end-user-computing tooling system. Part 1 of VMware Horizon Integration – How the Pieces Fit Together reviewed the main ideas behind this concept. Part 2 of VMware Horizon […] The post VMware Horizon Integration – How the Pieces Fit Together, Part 3 appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog .


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Virtual SAN Stretched Cluster Bandwidth Sizing…

Virtual SAN Stretched Cluster Bandwidth Sizing Guide

Virtual SAN Stretched Cluster Bandwidth Sizing…

Categories: Cool Stuff!, Virtual SAN, VMware Tags: VSAN Hot off the press!!! and ready just in time for your turkey day break so you can feed your brain a bit more. The new Virtual SAN Stretched Cluster Bandwidth Guidelines white paper is officially available. Earlier this summer when the feature was announced with the release of Virtual SAN 6.1, my buddy, Duncan […] (Read more…) The post Virtual SAN Stretched Cluster Bandwidth Sizing Guide appeared first on Punching Clouds.


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ESXi Change Block Tracking patch released

ESXi Change Block Tracking patch released

ESXi Change Block Tracking patch released

Yesterday, 2015-11-25, VMware released a patch that will solve the ESXi 6.0 Change Block Tracking (CBT) problem where virtual machines backed up using CBT could experience the following problems: Inconsistent virtual machine backups The CBT API call QueryDiskChangedAreas() API call can sometimes return incorrect changed sectors, which results in inconsistent incremental virtual machine backups. The … Continue reading »


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Watch Our Popular Sessions from VMworld Europe

Watch Our Popular Sessions from VMworld Europe

Watch Our Popular Sessions from VMworld Europe

We know that many of you weren’t able to join us in the Education and Certification Lounge at either VMworld US or VMworld Europe to see our awesome instructors present on some of the hottest topics in the industry. Luckily, we were able to film several of the sessions in Barcelona. Enjoy our recording of the […] The post Watch Our Popular Sessions from VMworld Europe appeared first on VMware Education and Certification Blog .


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Pearson Security Breach – VMware not impacted

Pearson Security Breach – VMware not impacted

Pearson Security Breach – VMware not impacted

Hi Everyone, You may have seen some information regarding a malware attack at Pearson VUE. Pearson notified us of the attack today and we have confirmed with the Pearson team that this incident did not impact the VMware Certification Program or VMware certification candidates in any way. The system that was attacked is not utilized […] The post Pearson Security Breach – VMware not impacted appeared first on VMware Education and Certification Blog .


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Get ready for NSX phase 0: Migrate from a…

Get ready for NSX phase 0: Migrate from a vSphere Standard to a distributed switch

Get ready for NSX phase 0: Migrate from a…

The distributed switch (vDS) is a really nice piece of software within the vSphere environment. It offers a variety of very useful features (NIOC, Health Check, Central management, LACP, LBT, Netflow, and so many (features with fancy abbreviations) more). Especially if you want to move to NSX the distributed switch is mandatory. Since analytics showed me that views about my vDS blogposts are increasing it seems that there is a demand for the vDS within our virtualized environments (it’s still an enterprise+ only feature)


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