NSX-T 2.1 features are nearly on par with NSX for vSphere
NSX-T 2.1 introduces L4-L7 load balancing and PKS integration for container-based apps, bringing it one step closer to parity with NSX for vSphere.
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Using SDelete and vmkfstools to Reclaim Thin VMDK Space | vswitchzero
Using thin provisioned virtual disks can provide many benefits. Not only do they allow over-provisioning, but with the prevalence of flash storage, performance degradation really isn’t a concern like it used to be. I recently ran into a situation in my home lab where my Windows jump box ran out of disk space. I had…Read More
Managing Microsoft Office 365 with the Graph APIs & VMware Workspace ONE
If your IT organization is like most shops, you’re thinking about how to make the most of your Microsoft Office 365 investment. You need to make sure your data is safe, and you want employees to get the productivity boost your org expects from making Office apps available wherever, whenever, and on whatever device employees […] The post Managing Microsoft Office 365 with the Graph APIs & VMware Workspace ONE appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog .
Introducing VMware Validated Design for Software-Defined Data Center 4.2
On Feb 13th VMware released the VMware Validated Design for Software-Defined Data Center version 4.2. This latest update to our detailed prescriptive path on how to implement, operate, and maintain a VMware based Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC) includes a few minor changes, such as updates to the software bill of materials and some new naming conventions, The post Introducing VMware Validated Design for Software-Defined Data Center 4.2 appeared first on Cloud Foundation .
VMware NSX for vSphere 6.4 with Jonathan Morin
Jonathan Morin, Senior Product Marketing Manager, NSBU at VMware, gives an overview of VMware NSX for vSphere 6.4. This includes a deeper look at how micro-segmentation is implemented for networking. Recorded at Networking Field Day in Silicon Valley on January 25, 2018. For more information, visit http://TechFieldDay.com/event/nfd17/
Extended Unstun Times with VVOLs and Veeam Proxy Fixed in 9.5 Update 3 | ReadySetVirtual.com
Recently Veeam released Veeam Backup and Replication 9.5 Update 3″ This update has brought a number of fixes and additional features that you can read about in Anthony Spiteri’s post VEEAM BACKUP & REPLICATION 9.5 UPDATE 3 – TOP NEW FEATURES This particular release brings a welcomed fix for backing up VVOL backed VMs when using…Read More
Android malware: Millions fall victim to drive-by cryptocurrency miner | ZDNet
Researchers say that at least 60 million visits have been forcibly made to malicious Monero sites in what represents the first large-scale cryptocurrency campaign targeting mobile.
vSpeaking Podcast Episode 70: Why VVols is Pure Genius
Virtual Volumes (VVols) was designed to solve a lot of the pain points VMware and/or storage admins face today. VMware partners with various storage partners to provide the management component of VVols, the VASA Provider. Recently Pure Storage introduced VVols support for their FlashArray All-Flash-Array with its Purity 5.0.0 operating environment. This highly anticipated addition to the The post vSpeaking Podcast Episode 70: Why VVols is Pure Genius appeared first on Virtual Blocks .
Join VMware & AWS execs online as they discuss milestones in VMware Cloud strategy
Tune in on March 7 to hear from VMware and AWS Executives on the next important milestone in the VMware Cloud strategy. We’ll be sharing essential updates, demos and partner program news.