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EMPOWER 2019 Europe – Recommended Self-Driving…

Heading to @vmware #Empower in Lisbon? Some tips for you

EMPOWER 2019 Europe – Recommended Self-Driving…

EMPOWER 2019 (Europe) is just one week away! For VMware partners who sell, implement, deploy, or build on VMware solutions, EMPOWER is the #1 elite technical and sales training program for all things VMware. We’re really excited about the Self-Driving Operations sessions on the slate at EMPOWER this year. Learn how Self-Driving Operations solidifies VMware’s SDDC The post EMPOWER 2019 Europe – Recommended Self-Driving Operations Sessions appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.


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vRealize Operations 7.5 REST API Updates Overview

Look at the updated REST #API available in @vmware #vROPS 7.5

vRealize Operations 7.5 REST API Updates Overview

With the latest release of vRealize Operations there were some updates to the REST APIs and I’ll cover them in this brief blog. The biggest news is that the Custom Group APIs have been promoted to the public APIs and are placed under the /api/resources group. This means these APIs are now fully supported. If The post vRealize Operations 7.5 REST API Updates Overview appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.


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VMware Validated Design – vSAN Management…

Which Design decisions are most critical in @VMware #VVD?

VMware Validated Design – vSAN Management…

I recently had some discussions with a customer trying to decide on some design decisions for a VMware Validated Design (VVD) being deployed. While a lot of design decisions are fairly straight forward, (The Distributed Switch is arguably superior to the standard switch) a lot of vSAN data services decisions require some nuance and understanding The post VMware Validated Design – vSAN Management Domain Design appeared first on Virtual Blocks.


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Load Balancing with NSX-T – Part 1

#NSX-T is running fastly. Tips to start working on it.

Load Balancing with NSX-T – Part 1

So after I looked at the installation, the fabric and routing and switching, it is time to take a look at the higher level networking functions within NSX-T, like Load Balancing. The functionality itself has not changed very much since NSX-T (compared to V), but the way that it is consumed is…Read More


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Review of the Service-defined Firewall

The @VMware Service-defined #firewall to monitor and filter lateral movements

Review of the Service-defined Firewall

Recap of the Service-defined Firewall Launch About a month ago, VMware launched the Service-defined Firewall to supplement the traditional perimeter firewall’s susceptibility to lateral movement of attacks. Because traditional perimeter firewalls are designed to safeguard the network against malicious north-south traffic, once breached, they are inadequate for detecting and containing attacks that spread swiftly across The post Review of the Service-defined Firewall appeared first on VMware…Read More


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Part 1: Architect and Create Cloud Services…

Part 1: Architect and Create Cloud Services Organizations for Skyline

Part 1: Architect and Create Cloud Services…

In November of 2018, VMware Skyline became available as a VMware Cloud Service. The primary reason we enabled Skyline as a Cloud Services was to provide customer’s with greater control of their Skyline proactive findings and recommendations. This is part one of a multi-part blog series that will help you architect and create your Cloud The post Part 1: Architect and Create Cloud Services Organizations for Skyline appeared first on VMware Support Insider.


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