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  • by C.J. Fairfield
    ‘Change doesn’t always feel good,’ says Wendy Welch, executive director for US distribution and partner sales at Lenovo. ‘Sometimes we choose it. Sometimes it’s forced on us. We control what we do next.’
  • by Katie Bavoso
    Over the past 12 months, the style, severity and frequency of cybercrime have continued to evolve. These threats have caused trillions of dollars worth of damage, with Accenture forecasting more than $6T of global value at risk in 2021.
  • by Joseph F. Kovar
    ‘We really believe that giving our customers a cloud operating model, whether it’s an MSP or a large customer like a bank, to where they can operate their infrastructure and give their developers the cloud experience, even on on-prem infrastructure, is something that’s going to gain more and more momentum,’ says Pure Storage CEO Charles […]
  • by Wade Tyler Millward
    Accenture, Syntax and Kasten by Veeam were among the AWS partners to announce big news during AWS re:Invent.
  • by Michael Novinson
    ‘We’ve spent the last half year testing Zaraz, and it’s magical. It gives you the best of the flexible, extensible web while ensuring that CIOs and CISOs can sleep well at night,’ Cloudflare’s Matthew Prince and John Graham-Cumming wrote in a blog post.
  • by William Lam
    I was recently working with the RabbitMQ Cluster Kubernetes Operator, which provides an easy way to deploy and manage RabbitMQ clusters using Kubernetes (k8s). In fact, the VMware Event Broker Appliance (VEBA) solution also makes use of RabbitMQ operator as part of its backend infrastructure. While troubleshooting my RabbitMQ deployment yesterday, I came to learn […]
  • by William Lam
    Before you can interact and consume resources from a vSphere with Tanzu enabled cluster, users must first login and one way to accomplish this is by using the kubectl-vsphere plugin. Once authenticated, a JWT (JSON Web Token), pronounced jot token, will be issued along with other values which will be appended to your local ~/.kube/config […]
  • by William Lam
    Last week I demonstrated how to take advantage of the new Kubernetes Cluster API Bring Your Own Host (BYOH) Provider with a VM running on ESXi-Arm and managed with Tanzu Community Edition (TCE). The Cluster API BYOH Provider is currently only tested and supported with an Ubuntu OS, but since the only requirements for a […]
  • by William Lam
    With the recent introduction of Tanzu Community Edition (TCE), users can now easily get first hand experience across VMware's Tanzu portfolio, including VMware's Enterprise Kubernetes (K8s) runtime called Tanzu Kubernetes Grid (TKG), all completely for free. One popular request that frequently comes up from our community is the ability to use TCE with the ESXi-Arm […]
  • by William Lam
    Happy Thursday! I know many of you have been asking about the status and support for ESXi 7.0 Update 3 and the popular USB Network Native Driver for ESXi. It has taken a bit longer as Songtao (the Engineer behind the Fling) has also been extremely busy and was also recently on PTO. Although I […]
  • by William Lam
    As a follow-up to my recent blog post on how to configure identity federation between VMware Cloud and AWS SSO using our the new Just-in-Time (JiT) provisioning method, I was also interested to see what the process looked like with Microsoft Azure Active Directory (AD), which is another popular identity provider, which can also benefit […]
  • by William Lam
    Earlier this week I came to learn about a really cool enhancement that was just added to our VMware Cloud Services Console called Connector-less Self-Service Enterprise Federation Setup, it's a bit of a mouth full, but it basically makes configuring identity federation between the VMware Cloud Services Console and other third party identity provider extremely […]
  • by William Lam
    I first came to learn about Supermicro's E100-9W platform last year, which I had first written about here. The E100-9W is a fanless kit that is part of Supermicro's Embedded IoT family and targets similiar use cases to the Intel NUC such as Industrial Automation, Retail, Smart Medical Systems, Kiosks and Digital Signage. Although the […]
  • by William Lam
    If it is not clear by now, I REALLY love the power of vSphere Events and all the use cases it can enable, especially when used with our VMware Event Broker Appliance (VEBA) solution to enable easy Event-Driven Automation. Over the past month or so, I have noticed a series of questions from our field […]
  • by William Lam
    The Community Networking Driver for ESXi Fling v1.2.2 has just been released and is a minor update which enables a number of new Intel I220/I221/I225/I226 devices: 8086:0d9f Ethernet Controller I225-IT(2) 8086:15f8 Ethernet Controller I225-I 8086:3100 Ethernet Controller I225-K 8086:3101 Ethernet Controller I225-K(2) 8086:5502 Ethernet Controller I225-LMvP(2) 8086:5504 Ethernet Controller I226-K 8086:125b Ethernet Controller I226-LM 8086:125c Ethernet […]
  • by Andrea Mauro
    Reading Time: 2 minutes Easy question, but much more complicated answer. If you go to https://vmware.com/downloads you can found a strange combo of versions: As you probably know the 7.0U3 wasn’t a lucky version. Lot of issues affected this release (and part the of following patches). For example, I wrote about one specific issues of […]
  • by Andrea Mauro
    Reading Time: 7 minutes Who is CoreView CoreView is an Italian company, founded by Ivan Fioravanti and David Mascarella in Milan in 2014, that helps to manage the complexities of Microsoft Office 365. Now it’s a big company with more than 100 team members and that idea has grown to serve over 8 million user […]
  • by Andrea Mauro
    Reading Time: 2 minutes The file-level backup feature introduced in vCSA 6.5 is very powerfull and schedulable (starting with vCSA 6.7) because sometimes the image-level backup may not provide the proper integrity if you have corrupted files inside the VM. Also with vSphere 7.0 is possible monitoring the status of the file-level backup directly from […]
  • by Andrea Mauro
    Reading Time: < 1 minute Meet leading industry experts for hybrid IT infrastructure management during the UPTIME 2021 event. The annual event organized by Runecast will include over 9 hours of valuable discussion about hybrid cloud management, vulnerability management, security compliance, disaster recovery and more. This year I will not only attend, but also presenting […]
  • by Andrea Mauro
    Reading Time: 2 minutes Usually the update process of Veeam’s software is really easy and simple. But recently I got a strange issue during the patching of Veeam Backup & Replication 10. It was not possible complete it because the Console part got an error. To update process of the console part (but also for […]
  • by Dimitri de Swart
    Last October, VMware’s VMworld was held. As usual, a lot of new VMware products, updates and features were announced. But one stood out; the announcement of Tanzu Community Edition. In my recent post on Kubernetes deployment tools, I wrote a bit on VMware Tanzu Kubernetes… The post Deploying Kubernetes with Tanzu Community Edition – A […]
  • by Dimitri de Swart
    Kubernetes is just another infrastructure platform to run your new modern cloud-native applications on. But if you have been working with it, you probably know that it is complex, difficult to setup and maintain and that many organisations have security concerns and challenges running it… The post K8s deployment tools – An overview appeared first […]
  • by Dimitri de Swart
    In my previous blog post I wrote about using NetApp Trident for orchestrating Kubernetes Persistent Volumes running on NetApp ONTAP storage. In Part 1 I’ve explained installing and configuring Trident and how to create and resize a Persistent Volume. One of the advantages using Trident… The post Kubernetes persistent volumes with NetApp Trident – Part […]
  • by Dimitri de Swart
    When you followed my blogs lately then you know that I recently installed Rancher locally in my homelab and deployed an RKE Kubernetes cluster on vSphere using Rancher with a simple WordPress workload that makes use of persistent storage on vSphere. For this to happen,… The post Kubernetes persistent volumes with NetApp Trident – Part […]
  • by Dimitri de Swart
    In my previous post, I showed you how to install Rancher on k3s running on top of VMware vSphere 7. Once installed, Rancher makes it easy to deploy, run and manage Kubernetes everywhere. This post will take you to the next level and shows you… The post How to deploy RKE on vSphere with Rancher […]
  • by Rory Monaghan
    I had the honor of speaking at the Festive Tech Calendar 2021 event on the topic of deploying applications on Windows 365. It was a lot of fun preparing this session and I hope you enjoy it! You can watch … Read more The post Festive Tech Calendar Session and Giveaway appeared first on Rorymon.com.
  • by Rory Monaghan
    On this week’s episode of the podcast I cover a lot of the highlights from AWS Reinvent, there are a bunch of InfoSec related stores, updates about MSIX and much more! This episode is brought to you in large part … Read more The post Episode 205 – AWS Reinvent Highlights, FSLogix with AAD Preview, […]
  • by Rory Monaghan
    On this week’s episode of the podcast I cover a very worrying new Windows Zero Day with a publicly disclosed exploit and no available patches, I also cover some awesome community scripts and tips plus much more! This episode is … Read more The post Episode 204 – New Windows Zero Day, RCA for Google […]
  • by Rory Monaghan
    On this week’s episode of the podcast I cover the unfortunate news of layoffs at Citrix. I also talk about some upcoming Windows 365 features, the return of the Emotet Ransomware Cyber Gang and much more! This episode is brought … Read more The post Episode 203 – Citrix Layoffs, Return of Emotet, Windows 365 […]
  • by Rory Monaghan
    On this week’s episode of the podcast I cover a whole lot of business related news including major Series D funding for ControlUp, an acquisition for SUSE, a partnership between HP and IGEL, info on several troubling vulnerabilities and more! … Read more The post Episode 202 – HP and IGEL Team Up, ControlUp Funding, […]
  • by /u/Membership89
    Hi I'm a bit lost for this new hardware. Windows ARM ?? I knew a version exists because of RPI but… But i don't know if I should : Buy a windows 11 key Install a Windows 10 then upgrade to Windows 11 Or maybe install and older windows version And i'm sure if windows […]
  • by /u/G_Man007
    Hey guys, Been looking at Crossover and Parallels to run some games from my mac pro m1, but not very keen on their subscription model. I got m1 pro with 10-core CPU and 16-core GPU with 32GB of RAM. Wondering what kind of performance hit I could expect if I install VMware Fusion and install […]
  • by /u/kwinz
    Hi! Right now I am sharing some data shares both with some computers (Windows and Linux) but also with all of my VMs (all running in KVM/virsh on Ubuntu, clients are all Linux based). They access different shares with different credentials but they all have access to the same samba server. I want to improve […]
  • by /u/SuccedTheWholeTiddy
    Hi, I'm looking to get into virtualization and I have no idea what program to use. There's vmware, virtual box, and even one built into windows. What would be the best for a beginner to try and learn? submitted by /u/SuccedTheWholeTiddy [link] [comments]
  • by /u/2048b
    I intend to recycle an unused old PC lying around from 10 years ago to learn KVM/LXC/LXD. It has a first gen Intel Core CPU, 4 GB RAM, 500 GB HDD. Maybe I will install Fedora/Ubuntu on it. With only 4 GB RAM, can I run 8 to 12 Linux VMs concurrently, each with 1 […]
  • by Duncan Epping
    Episode 004 is out! This time we talk to Cody Hosterman, Director of Product Management at Pure Storage, about Virtual Volumes aka vVols! Cody shares with us the past, present, and future of vVols. I especially enjoyed his explanations around the benefits of vVols for traditional and cloud-native workload. It is also great to hear […]
  • by Duncan Epping
    I see this question popping up all the time, literally twice a day on our VMware internal slack, can I boot ESXi from an SD card while placing OSDATA on my SAN? I guess people are confused after reading this article. It is probably a result of skim-reading as the article is in-depth and spells […]
  • by Duncan Epping
    We just published the third episode of the Unexplored Territory. This time we are talking to Shawn Bass, who is the CTO for the EUC business unit. Shawn talks about various aspects of End User Computing, especially security is a big focus at the moment, aka zero trust. Make sure to listen to the episode, […]
  • by Duncan Epping
    At VMworld, there were various announcements and updates around projects that VMware is working on. Three of these announcements/projects received a lot of attention at VMworld and from folks attending. These announcements were Project Monterey, Project Capitola, and the NVIDIA + VMware AI Ready Platform. For those who have not followed these projects and/or announcements, […]
  • by Duncan Epping
    There we go, episode 002 of the Unexplored Territory Podcast was just published. In this episode we talk to Sazzala Reddy. Sazzala is a Chief Technologist at VMware who joined via the Datrium acquisition, where he was the CTO. Before founding Datrium, he was at Dell/EMC, where he came in via the DataDomain acquisition. I […]
  • by Paolo Valsecchi
    Veeam v11: configure double immutable backups on-prem and cloud – pt.2 To avoid possible ransomware attacks issues, configuring double immutable backups on-prem and cloud in Veeam Backup & Replication v11 enforces dramatically the security of your data. Once the required Repositories have been configured, the Backup jobs configuration is the next step to perform.   […]
  • by Paolo Valsecchi
    Veeam v11: configure double immutable backups on-prem and cloud – pt.1 To enforce security and protect your backup data against ransomware attacks, Veeam Backup & Replication v11 allows you to configure double immutable backups on-prem and cloud. This solution takes benefit of the following configuration: One Backup Repository for the primary backup. One Immutable Scale-out […]
  • by Paolo Valsecchi
    Nakivo v10.5: configure VMware Monitoring and Hardened Virtual Appliance Nakivo released the new Nakivo Backup & Replication v10.5 introducing the new VMware Monitoring and Hardened Virtual Appliance features. While VMware Monitoring provides the capability of showing performance and health of the infrastructure, the Hardened Virtual Appliance allows the administrators to store backups on-premises by making […]
  • by Paolo Valsecchi
    Altaro: free eBook How to Get the Most Out of Windows Admin Center – second edition Altaro released the second edition of the free eBook How to Get the Most Out of Windows Admin Center written by Microsoft Cloud & Datacenter Management MVP Eric Siron. If you have experience with the Windows Admin Center, you […]
  • by Paolo Valsecchi
    VMware Horizon 8: customize the login page You can customize the login page of your VMware Horizon infrastructure by adding a custom logo, changing the background and modifying the text displayed. When you access VMware Horizon via HTML, the default landing page is displayed.   Customize the login page To provide a branded login page, […]
  • by varun
    Reading Time: 5 minutes In the previous blog – Part 2, I shared some of the on-demand courses available on-line and the ones I shortlisted for my studies and the reasons why. In part 3, I’ll share my study approach, synopsis and tips for the CKA and CKAD exams… The post Kubernetes – Part 3: […]
  • by varun
    Reading Time: 4 minutes In the previous blog – Part 1, we discussed the need for learning Kubernetes (K8s), the certifications that CNCF/LF offer, pre-requisites, my motivation and answers to a few queries from a non-developer perspective. In this Part 2, I’ll share some of the on-demand courses available on-line for CKA and CKAD and […]
  • by varun
    Reading Time: 4 minutes In this Part 1, I’ll discuss my motivation, why the need for Kubernetes (K8s), the certifications that CNCF/LF offer, pre-requisites and answers to a few queries from a non-developer perspective… The post Kubernetes – Part 1: Why the need? Certifications (CKA, CKAD, CKS), pre-requisites, queries and motivation. appeared first on Virtualization […]
  • by varun
    Reading Time: 3 minutes After executing the firmware upgrade package, it throws the error “Package and System Mismatch”, “Update failed”…“Update is not meant for this system”. My ‘use case’ was relevant to upgrading firmware of “IBM ServerRaid M5110” on a non-IBM server i.e. Supermicro X10DRi, but this process could also be applied to any LSI […]
  • by varun
    Reading Time: 3 minutes I wrote my first blog on 21st November 2018 and here I am, less than a couple of years later – one of my blogs (Home Lab Setup – Nested ESXi Host’s networking for NSX-T) being the first to cross 10K views and few more in the pipeline to reach the […]

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