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By: mhuppert | December 12, 2018

VMware Wavefront – SNMP based Integration

VMware Wavefront – SNMP based Integration

VMware Wavefront is consistently working to increase its supported integrations. The recent additions to the list of OOTB integrations is Physical Devices monitoring using SNMP. SNMP based integration allows monitoring of SNMP enabled environments/devices like Physical servers, network switches, storage devices etc. Wavefront SNMP integration provides both traps and poll data.Post setting up SNMP integration,... Read More

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By: mhuppert | December 12, 2018

VMware taps into Istio to manage Kubernetes clusters

VMware taps into Istio to manage Kubernetes...

VMware has added open source Istio software to its NSX networking platform to better manage containers and microservices. Istio, which allows users to connect, manage and secure microservices for both containerized and noncontainerized workloads, was developed by IBM, Google and Red Hat.

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By: mhuppert | December 12, 2018

AWS Outposts and VMware…Hybridity Defined!

AWS Outposts and VMware…Hybridity Defined!

Now that AWS re:Invent 2018 has well and truly passed…the biggest industry shift to come out of the event from my point of view was the fact that AWS are going full guns blazing into the on-premises world. With the announcement of AWS Outposts the long held belief that the public cloud is the panacea of all things became blurred. The post AWS Outposts and VMware…Hybridity Defined! appeared first on VIRTUALIZATION IS LIFE!.

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By: mhuppert | December 12, 2018

Updating NIC Drivers with VMware Update Manager

Updating NIC Drivers with VMware Update Manager

Using VUM and DRS to make quick work of driver updates in larger environments.

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By: mhuppert | December 12, 2018

StorageMinute: Common UI for Edge-Core-Cloud

StorageMinute: Common UI for Edge-Core-Cloud

Welcome to the StorageMinute series where we deliver key topics via bite-size content. Managing complexity in a modern distributed deployment can be a challenge. Data continues to be increasingly generated and processed at the Edge. Simultaneously the move to hybrid operations leveraging public cloud resources has become a reality. VMware vSAN helps minimize complexity by The post StorageMinute: Common UI for Edge-Core-Cloud appeared first on Virtual Blocks.

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By: mhuppert | December 12, 2018

KEY CONSIDERATIONS FOR MOVING TO A DIGITAL WORKSPACE

Key Considerations for Moving to a Digital...

Can you support any device, any app, from anywhere? Today's businesses require a fully developed digital workspace strategy that empowers employees, and supports new business processes and innovations. Download this whitepaper to gain insights into the key considerations for moving to a digital work

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By: mhuppert | December 11, 2018

Dashboard – Host vCPU to Core Allocation Ratio

Dashboard - Host vCPU to Core Allocation Ratio

I know that Host vCPU to Core Ratio is with vSphere 6.5 not anymore a valid capacity planning indicator but in my opinion it`s still an interesting SLA.

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By: mhuppert | December 11, 2018

MODERN PC MANAGEMENT FOR DUMMIES GUIDE

Modern PC Management for Dummies Guide

The modern workforce's devices of choice are varied and mobile, but IT still needs to manage and protect them all. Is your IT challenged with demands to securely manage PCs, endpoints, users, apps, and data? Get management tips and insights in the Modern PC Management for Dummies Guide.Follow VMware

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By: mhuppert | December 11, 2018

PowerCLI and VVols Part VI: Running a Test Failover

PowerCLI and VVols Part VI: Running a Test...

This post I will talk about using PowerCLI to run a test failover for VVol-based virtual machines. One of the many nice things about VVols is that in the VASA 3.0 API this process is largely automated for you. The SRM-like workflow of a test failover is included–so the amount of storage-related PowerShell you have … Continue reading PowerCLI and VVols Part VI: Running a Test Failover →

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By: mhuppert | December 11, 2018

Federated Service Mesh on VMware PKS and VMware Cloud PKS

Federated Service Mesh on VMware PKS and VMware...

by Boskey Savla, Technical Product Marketing Manager at VMware Today at KubeCon North America, Seattle, VMware announced NSX Service Mesh. NSX Service Mesh will be a SaaS-based offering that provides a single pane of glass to manage service mesh across multiple Kubernetes clusters deployed across multiple clouds and/or datacenters. It will work in conjunction with container networking, such as NSX-T which provides pod-level The post Federated Service Mesh on VMware PKS and VMware Cloud PKS... Read More

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By: mhuppert | December 11, 2018

A deeper dive on Dell provisioning for VMware Workspace ONE

A deeper dive on Dell provisioning for VMware...

VMware announced Dell provisioning for Workspace ONE at VMworld 2018. We take a deeper look at how Dell provisioning works and two aspects that could make it stand out!

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By: mhuppert | December 10, 2018

Best Times to Post on Social Media: 2018 Industry Research

Best Times to Post on Social Media: 2018...

New research from Sprout Social analyzed its 24,000 customers' data to find the best times to post on social media. See our industry-specific data on the best times to post per network.

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By: mhuppert | December 10, 2018

How To Install VMware PowerCLI via PowerShell

How To Install VMware PowerCLI via PowerShell

First, I'd like to talk about PowerShell Core which is a module that can run on different platforms. Yes, It is a cross-platform version of PowerShell In this post we'll be doing some installation, some CLI commands. We'll teach you How To Install VMware PowerCLI via PowerShell

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By: mhuppert | December 10, 2018

VMware Livefire Workshops – what are they?

VMware Livefire Workshops – what are they?

Learn about the key features of Livefire training, who should attend and the benefits gained from attending these expert-to-expert workshops. For datasheets, course overviews and upcoming VMware Livefire workshops check out: https://mylearn.vmware.com/mgrReg/plan.cfm?plan=113772

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By: mhuppert | December 09, 2018

macOS Blocking Apps Feature Walk-through

macOS Blocking Apps Feature Walk-through

To enhance the end-user experience when updating apps, we have added the ability to define applications that might block the clean installation of an app in Workspace ONE UEM 1810. By defining a blocking application, administrators can ensure that the end user is notified if an application needs to be updated but is unable to update the app because a currently running application needs to be closed. If the end-user declines to close the blocking application, the Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub retries the installation on next sync. VMware End-User Computing (EUC) solutions empower the digital workspace by simplifying app & access management, unifying endpo...

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