We’ve spoken about the benefits of the work profile multiple times on this blog, highlighting the stellar experience Google has created to help us get work done on our Android devices. I outlined my own experience with the work profile as I use it every day. We also dedicated an episode of our YouTube series […] The post Jumpstart BYOD Engagement with our Work Profile Adoption Kit appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog.
Privacy is a fundamental part of an organization’s journey to digital transformation. Being proactive and transparent with employees about their privacy is key to establishing digital trust and ultimately driving the adoption of digital tools in the workplace. That is why we’ve built privacy into the heart of the Workspace ONE platform—making it easier than […] The post Announcing New Workspace ONE Privacy Guard appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog.
VMware Cloud Foundation is a unified SDDC platform that brings together VMware ESXi, VMware vSAN, VMware NSX, and optionally, vRealize Suite components, VMware NSX-T, VMware Enterprise PKS, and VMware Horizon 7 into a natively integrated stack to deliver enterprise-ready cloud infrastructure for the private and public cloud. The Cloud Foundation 3.9 release continues to expand on the SDDC automation, VMware SDDC stack, and the partner ecosystem. NOTE: VMware Cloud Foundation 3.9 must be installed as a new deployment or upgraded from VMware Cloud Foundation 3.8.1. For more information, see Installation and Upgrade Information below.What’s in the Release Notes The VMware Cloud Foundation 3.9 release includes the following:Cluster-Level…Read More
Welcome to “Feature in Five,” our byte-sized yet expansive explanation of various industry-leading VMware product solutions, all in—you guessed—five short minutes! On this episode, we’ll discuss vSAN Integrated vSphere Update Manager.
Note: This post addresses and (hopefully) fixes the cause of the issue found here: vVols Endpoint – Failed to establish connection on ESXi host Recently, one of my customers was trying to refresh the CA store on newly built ESXi 6.7 U3 hosts under a freshly upgraded vCenter Server 6.7 U3 instance..
In this blog post, I will go through the steps that it takes to create a host transport node within NSX-T. Before we get started with creating a host transport node, let’s explain what they are. Transport Nodes NSX-T requires transport nodes to perform networking (overlay or VLAN) and security funct