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Changing Storage Policy settings within VMware Cloud
Policy-based management is the enabling technology behind storage management inside the VMware Cloud on AWS Service. By empowering customers to easily align the availability and performance configuration on a per workload basis. This declarative framework is incredibly powerful, but when making changes that impact a large number of objects, we need to consider transition space. The post Changing Storage Policy settings within VMware Cloud appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
How to Get the Latest Info on vVols at VMworld Europe
VMware and our storage partners continue to develop and support Virtual Volumes or vVols. This year, at VMworld US in San Francisco, there were several vVols sessions, indicating the growing interest and adoption of vVols. The increased focus is your opportunity to hear and learn the latest information on vVols. If you are going to The post How to Get the Latest Info on vVols at VMworld Europe appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
Find out how to use the free OSDBuilder tool to set things up so you always have the latest version of Windows 10. And then how to integrate by using Encrypted PPKG, a new feature from Workspace ONE that you can use to install corporate applications, join the domain, and automatically enroll into Workspace ONE. VMware End-User Computing (EUC) solutions empower the digital workspace by simplifying app & access management, unifying endpoint management & transforming Windows delivery. Follow the VMware EUC Blog to learn more: https://blogs.vmware.com/euc.
ESX 3.x on VMware Cloud on AWS?
VMworld Barcelona is just around the corner and this week I started working on building out the different demo environments which will all be running on VMware Cloud on AWS. In one of the demos, I need to have ESX 3.0 running, yes you read that correctly! ESX as in the original version with the […]
Site Recovery Manager support for vVols – Tech Preview from VMworld 2019
Regular readers will be aware that I have been spending a lot of my time on Cloud Native Storage topics these days, whether it is bubbling up how Kubernetes clusters are consuming vSphere storage through our new CNS feature in vSphere 6.7U3, or using Velero to do lots of things like backups/restores/application mobility. However something I have been passionate about for quite a number of years now is our Virtual Volumes (vVols) feature. And while it has been rather quiet over the past couple…Read More