These documentation topics here apply when you have just received the Welcome to the VMware Horizon Service email and are ready to onboard your first pod. This onboarding set of topics outlines the relationship between the Horizon universal license, which entitles you to use the cloud-hosted services and to the subscription license, as well as outlining the process for your first-time onboarding a pod to Horizon Cloud. This first-time onboarding is the key that enables you to exploit your Horizon subscription licenses, onboard your existing Horizon 7 pods to the cloud-hosted services relevant to them, create new pods in Microsoft Azure, and leverage all of the cloud-hosted services that VMware Horizon® Cloud Service™ currently provides…Read More
These release notes apply to the service release that went live on December 12, 2019 and the service refresh on January 14, 2020. For pods deployed into Microsoft Azure, these release notes apply to software manifest versions 1763 and later. For the release notes of earlier manifest versions for pods deployed into Microsoft Azure, see the release notes for previous Horizon Cloud releases that are still supported by using the links listed in the left-hand navigation pane at https://docs.vmware.com/en/VMware-Horizon-Cloud-Service/index.html.
Migration to VMware NSX-T Data Center (NSX-T) is top of mind for customers who are on NSX for vSphere (NSX-V). Broadly speaking, there are two main methods to migrate from NSX for vSphere to NSX-T Data Center: In Parallel Migration and In Place Migration. This blog post is a high-level overview of the above two The post Migration from VMware NSX for vSphere to NSX-T appeared first on Network Virtualization.