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By: mhuppert | May 08, 2019

How to Correctly Create Scopes and Services in VMware AppDefense

How to Correctly Create Scopes and Services in...

VMware AppDefense separates virtual machines (VMs) into categories called scopes and services. A Scope is an application in the datacenter such as a web application whereas a service is a tier of that application. In this example, we could assume, and would be correct, that Services reside within Scopes to model this tiered application architecture. The post How to Correctly Create Scopes and Services in VMware AppDefense appeared first on VMware Security.

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By: mhuppert | May 08, 2019

SAP grants support for SAP HANA 2.0 on VMware vSphere 6.7U2 running on Intel Cascade Lake based servers

SAP grants support for SAP HANA 2.0 on VMware...

As of May 6, 2019, SAP HANA 2.0 SPS4 and higher is supported for production use on Intel Cascade Lake based server systems with vSphere 6.7U2. Please review SAP note “2393917 – SAP HANA on VMware vSphere 6.5 and 6.7 in production” for details. This allows to deploy SAP HANA VMs on vSphere 6.7U2 supported hosts The post SAP grants support for SAP HANA 2.0 on VMware vSphere 6.7U2 running on Intel Cascade Lake based servers appeared first on Virtualize Applications.

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By: mhuppert | May 08, 2019

Deploying a vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA) in VMC?

Deploying a vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA) in...

During the VMware Cloud on AWS (VMC) Customer Summit last week, I received an interesting question from one of our field folks on whether it was possible to deploy a vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA) to VMC for testing purposes? This was not a use case I had heard of before but it would enable the team

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By: mhuppert | May 08, 2019

It’s time to Make Your Mark – VMworld registration goes live!

It’s time to Make Your Mark – VMworld...

In this complex, digitised, multi-cloud world, knowing which tools are right for your needs can be challenging. Technology moves fast, so it’s important to keep on top of the trends and updates that matter to your organisation. That’s why we invest so much in helping our customers and partners build their knowledge – through training, The post It’s time to Make Your Mark – VMworld registration goes live! appeared first on VMware EMEA Blog.

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By: mhuppert | May 08, 2019

Operate VMware Cloud on AWS using vRealize Operations

Operate VMware Cloud on AWS using vRealize...

VMware Cloud on AWS is one of the most talked about innovations and partnerships between VMware and AWS Cloud. With VMware’s SDDC stack fully deployed on AWS, we are delivering on the promise to VMware customers to get the economies of the public cloud without re-writing your existing applications. While talking to most of the customers who are leveraging The post Operate VMware Cloud on AWS using vRealize Operations appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.

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By: mhuppert | May 07, 2019

Welcome To The VCDX Podcast

The VCDX Podcast - by @SimonLong_

Hey guys, I just wanted to bring to your attention a new project that I am working on called The VCDX Podcast. Yep, another Podcast. As a VCDX panelist, I get asked a lot of questions related to the VCDX certification and the overall process. So I decided, instead of answering every question individually, I ... Read More

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By: mhuppert | May 07, 2019

Application Discovery with VMware vRealize Network Insight

Application Discovery with VMware vRealize...

https://bit.ly/2lUHnj9 Applications are what it’s all about. That’s why it’s crucial to be able to have to ability to plan, troubleshoot and monitor from the applications perspective. VMware vRealize Network Insight 4.1 has a big new capability called Application Discovery. With this capability, Network Insight can automatically discover applications directly from your infrastructure and ServiceNow CMDB. Join me in a walkthrough of the features that make up this capability. I’ll take you through the tag & custom attribute-based discovery, the VM & AWS EC2 instance naming convention discovery and the ability to import applicatio...

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By: mhuppert | May 07, 2019

Innovation in Everything: VMware’s Story, According to its Founders

Innovation in Everything: VMware’s Story,...

Like all great stories, the company we now know as VMware began with a single idea. That single idea launched a company that, 20 years later, is now a global enterprise technology leader. With a motto of “innovation in everything,” the original founders share the VMware story and how the original culture of innovation drives The post Innovation in Everything: VMware’s Story, According to its Founders appeared first on VMware Radius.

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By: mhuppert | May 07, 2019

ENABLING ZERO TRUST SECURITY THROUGH NETWORK VIRTUALIZATION AND MICRO-SEGMENTATION

Enabling Zero Trust Security Through Network...

In November 2017, VMware commissioned Forrester Consulting to evaluate how organizations today are improving the security of their infrastructure through network virtualization and micro-segmentation. The study also included a comparison of the results of a similar study... Read More

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By: mhuppert | May 07, 2019

Application Aware Operations with vRealize Operations 7.5

Application Aware Operations with vRealize...

The point of building and running your SDDC is to run applications, so it only makes sense to have some visibility into those applications. Without awareness of the health and availability of applications it is very difficult to measure and meet SLAs for your business or organization. It can also be difficult to identify and The post Application Aware Operations with vRealize Operations 7.5 appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.

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By: mhuppert | May 07, 2019

Can a VM in the VMC Compute Network access the SDDC Management Network?

Can a VM in the VMC Compute Network access the...

Discover how a Virtual Machine in VMware Cloud compute network can access the SDDC management network. We take you through a step-by-step of this process in both a NSX-T and NSX-V based SDDC. Similiar to an on-premises vSphere deployment, VMware Cloud on AWS follows good security practices by isolating and preventing access to the SDDC The post Can a VM in the VMC Compute Network access the SDDC Management Network? appeared first on VMware Cloud Community.

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By: mhuppert | May 07, 2019

VMworld 2019 Registration Opens Today

VMworld 2019 global registration launches May 7!

Register for VMworld 2019 US today. Get up to speed on hot topics, meet with experts, preview new hands-on labs, and attend networking events.

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By: mhuppert | May 06, 2019

New Developments with Operational Updates in Microsegmentation Technology Market

New Developments with Operational Updates in...

The global Microsegmentation Technology Market report look through various tendencies, obstructions, and challenges faced by the key competitors of Microsegmentation Technology Industry. The report has been prepared in consideration of the major outcomes and consequences of the market. This report examines the Microsegmentation Technology market status and the potential of global and major regions, from angles ... Read More

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By: mhuppert | May 06, 2019

Hybrid Cloud Computing Market Prognosticated For A Ravishing Growth By 2026

Hybrid Cloud Computing Market Prognosticated...

Demand for the global Hybrid cloud computing market is booming. That’s why many marketers have spent time and energy getting to the heart of this growing trend and determining if there is a basis for this remarkable market presentation. The latest research information has allowed... Read More

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By: mhuppert | May 06, 2019

Quantifying vSAN performance

Quantifying vSAN performance

Overview One of the common asks prior to deploying or migrating workloads to an environment, is to know and understand the capabilities of the environment. After the initial deployment and configuration, we may also require reference metrics when all of the configuration is in a healthy state. The objective of this blog post is to The post Quantifying vSAN performance appeared first on Virtual Blocks.

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