Package Delivered: App Volumes 4

Package Delivered: App Volumes 4

Today it is our pleasure to announce the general availability of VMware App Volumes 4. There is quite a bit in store for you! For those of you that are new to App Volumes, you may be wondering how the product will help you improve day-to-day management of desktop applications and reduce operational expenses. For […] The post Package Delivered: App Volumes 4 appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog.


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iSCSI Port Binding: To Use or Not to Use

iSCSI Port Binding: To Use or Not to Use

iSCSI Port Binding: To Use or Not to Use

As GSS’ most common storage issue, iSCSI Port Binding seems to be a pain point for many customers. Why is this— why so many calls and misconfigurations? I did a test session breaking out the iSCSI section from Cody Hosterman and my Core Storage Best practices session from VMworld, and I was amazed at the attendance! The post iSCSI Port Binding: To Use or Not to Use appeared first on Virtual Blocks.


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VMware Helps Retailers Digitally Transform…

VMware Helps Retailers Digitally Transform…

This week at the National Retail Federations (NRF) annual show, VMware, a leading innovator in enterprise software, showcased how several customers including Chemist Warehouse, Chow Sang Sang, Migros and OFS are partnering with the company to build a digital foundation for modern retail experiences.


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Getting started with VCF Part 2 – vRealize Suite

Getting started with VCF Part 2 – vRealize Suite

Following on from my first post on getting started with VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF), the next thing that you will probably want to do is configure the vRealize Suite in SDDC Manager. Now, as part of the initial VCF deployment, vRealize Login Insight is already deployed. Therefore in this step, we will deploy two components – the vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager and vRealize Operations. There are two pieces of information that we will need before we start. The first of these is the ‘Bill of…Read More


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Announcing General Availability of VMware Cloud…

Announcing General Availability of VMware Cloud…

By: Lavanya Shastri On January 14th 2020, VMware achieved general availability of VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) 3.9.1, introducing support for Application Virtual Networks, API support for multiple physical NICs and vSphere Distributed switches, and improvements to Cloud Builder and Developer Center. The following post provides an overview of the release content and links to additional The post Announcing General Availability of VMware Cloud Foundation 3.9.1 appeared first on Cloud Foundation.


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