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By: mhuppert | February 12, 2020

Save the Date! March 20 2020- App Modernization in a Multi-Cloud World

Save the Date! March 20 2020- App Modernization...

App Modernization in Multi-Cloud World Accelerating Digital Business In exactly ONE month VMware has some BIG news coming! Applications in our modern business world, are perhaps the most essential factor in business success and digital transformation. The development in application production and its continuous growth coupled with our growing multi-cloud world presents a new challenge The post Save the Date! March 20 2020- App Modernization in a Multi-Cloud World appeared first on VMware {code}.

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By: mhuppert | February 12, 2020

VCF On VxRail – SOS Utility Health Check

VCF On VxRail – SOS Utility Health Check

The SDDC Manager inbuilt Python tool referred to as Supportability and Serviceability utility (SOS) is a very useful method for performing system checks on your VCF environment and help to identify any issues.

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By: mhuppert | February 12, 2020

What is New in vRealize Automation 8

What is New in vRealize Automation 8

Just before VMworld 2019 in Barcelona, we released vRealize Automation (vRA) 8.0 which provided the most significant update to the product since it was acquired in 2012. It introduces a new modern architecture, welcomes the multi-cloud era and dramatically revamps blueprint canvas to embrace the concept of infrastructure-as-code. Let’s take a look at the top The post What is New in vRealize Automation 8 appeared first on VMware Education Services.

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By: mhuppert | February 12, 2020

Getting started with VCF Part 9 – PKS deployment

Getting started with VCF Part 9 – PKS deployment

We are nearing the end of our journey with Getting Started with VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF). In this post, we will go through the deployment of Enterprise PKS v1.5 on a Workload Domain created in VCF v3.9. We’ve been through a number of steps to get to this point, all of which can be found here. Now we have some of the major prerequisites in place, notably NSX-T Edge networking and PKS Certificates, so we can proceed with the Enterprise PKS deployment. However, there are still a few... Read More

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By: mhuppert | February 12, 2020

VMware Community Homelabs Project

VMware Community Homelabs Project

On a weekly basis, I easily get at least half a dozen inquires ranging from our customers, partners and even internal VMware employees on the topic of VMware Homelabs. The most common requests I receive is whether hardware X will work and whether I have tried it to recommended known build-of-materials (BOM). Funny enough, just

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By: mhuppert | February 12, 2020

Getting Started with the Terraform Provider for VMware Cloud on AWS

Getting Started with the Terraform Provider for...

We are very excited to introduce the initial release of the Terraform Provider for VMware Cloud on AWS. This provider is the result of a lot of feedback from developers and automation specialists plus some amazing collaboration with our friends at HashiCorp! We have been so excited about the potential of this provider that William The post Getting Started with the Terraform Provider for VMware Cloud on AWS appeared first on VMware {code}.

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By: mhuppert | February 12, 2020

The next generation of vSphere is coming! Save the date for March 10

The next generation of vSphere is coming! Save...

VMware executives & Kubernetes pioneers join forces to help you unlock the potential of your team to accelerate digital innovation in a multi-cloud world.

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By: mhuppert | February 11, 2020

Kubernetes official icons

Kubernetes official icons

K8s-school now shares them with you, feel free to use it in your talks and slides!

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By: mhuppert | February 11, 2020

How to exclude VCSA UI/CLI Installer from MacOS Catalina Security Gatekeeper?

How to exclude VCSA UI/CLI Installer from MacOS...

A couple of weeks ago I had upgraded my personal home computer to the latest MacOS Catalina (10.15) and one of the first issues I ran into was being able to access my vCenter Server. It turned out this was due to changes to MacOS security (which is a good thing) but certainly caught me

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By: mhuppert | February 11, 2020

Create vCenter Alarm for Duplicated IP

Create vCenter Alarm for Duplicated IP

Because of failed vMotion migration with duplicated IP, explained in a previous blog post, I needed to create vCenter Alarm for Duplicated IP so that I know when there is a duplicated IP in the VMware Infrastructure. To create a vCenter alarm for all your hosts, you need to do... Read More

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By: mhuppert | February 11, 2020

Start Working With VMware Fusion Project Nautilus

Start Working With VMware Fusion Project Nautilus

VMware Fusion Project Nautilus is released with Fusion TechPreview 20H1 and these are the basic commands and step by step to getting started with Nautilus

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By: mhuppert | February 11, 2020

Join this webcast for a deep dive into the new features VMware Cloud Foundation has to offer!

Take a Technical Dive Into the Latest Features...

Save your seat! Join our technical dive into the newest features of VMware Cloud Foundation to see how we're continuing to lower TCO for customers worldwide.

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By: mhuppert | February 11, 2020

Cloud Native Apps (The Podlets, Ep 16)

Cloud Native Apps (The Podlets, Ep 16)

Do you know what cloud native apps are? Well, we don’t really either, but today we’re on a mission to find out! This episode is an exciting one, where we bring all of our different understandings of what cloud native apps are to the table. The topic is so interesting and diverse and can be interpreted in a myriad of ways. The term ‘cloud native app’ is not very concrete, which allows for this open interpretation. We begin by discussing what we understand cloud native apps to be. We see that while we all have similar definitions, there are still many differences in how we interpret this term. These different interpretations unlock some other important questions that we also delve into. For the show notes and transcript:... Read More

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By: mhuppert | February 11, 2020

Workspace ONE and Okta SCIM Integration Now Available

Workspace ONE and Okta SCIM Integration Now...

Starting today, joint Okta and Workspace ONE customers will be able to download the Workspace ONE app from the Okta Integration Network. This integration uses SCIM to enable account provisioning and updates from Okta to Workspace ONE. With this integration, as users join your organization, identity provisioning can flow from your Okta Universal Directory, HR The post Workspace ONE and Okta SCIM Integration Now Available appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog.

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By: mhuppert | February 10, 2020

What’s New With vRealize Operations Hands-on Lab

What’s New With vRealize Operations Hands-on Lab

Register for VMware What’s New With vRealize Operations Hands-on Lab

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