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Introducing vSphere 6.7 Security
I’m really excited to share with you all of the new security features available now in vSphere 6.7! The goals of security in 6.7 are twofold. Introduce more “easy to use” security features and “meet requirements set by customers IT and Security teams”. With vSphere 6.7 we have achieved both goals. Let’s dive into some The post Introducing vSphere 6.7 Security appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog .
Introducing vSphere with Operations Management 6.7
It’s the time again, release time! vSphere with Operations Management 6.7 has some fantastic additions in store. From a new plugin for the vSphere Client, to new dashboards, to a brand-new capacity engine, this is the version to upgrade to! Let’s take a bit of a deeper dive into what’s being included in the release The post Introducing vSphere with Operations Management 6.7 appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog .
NSX Increases Performance while shortening time for ROI: VMware Community Podcast #429
On podcast today, host Eric Nielsen will interview Bob Goldsand, Global Solutions Architect, to talk about how NSX increases performance while decreasing time to ROI.
Introducing vCenter Server 6.7
vSphere 6.7 is here! and the vCenter Server Appliance is now the default deployment. This release is full of new enhancements for the vCenter Server Appliance in all areas. Now customers have more tooling to help with monitoring. The vSphere Client (HTML5) is full of new workflows and closer to feature parity. The vCenter Server The post Introducing vCenter Server 6.7 appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog .
vSpeaking Podcast Episode 75: What’s New in vSAN 6.7
vSAN 6.7 is here! This release offers features and capabilities that enable improved performance, usability and consistency. Significant improvements to the management and monitoring tools are also matched by lower level performance and application consistency improvements. This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we welcome vSAN expert Myles Gray to walk us through all the The post vSpeaking Podcast Episode 75: What’s New in vSAN 6.7 appeared first on Virtual Blocks .
Introducing VMware vSphere 6.7!
We are excited to share that today VMware is announcing vSphere 6.7, the latest release of the industry-leading virtualization and cloud platform. vSphere 6.7 is the efficient and secure platform for hybrid clouds, fueling digital transformation by delivering simple and efficient management at scale, comprehensive built-in security, a universal application platform, and seamless hybrid cloud The post Introducing VMware vSphere 6.7! appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog .
New Release: PowerCLI 10 Poster!
The release of VMware PowerCLI 10.0.0 was another big one for us. As a result, PowerCLI is now available on Linux, MacOS, and Windows! As part of every major release, there’s a large number of asks for the PowerCLI poster and today we’re releasing it! The poster features a bit of a layout refresh which […] The post New Release: PowerCLI 10 Poster! appeared first on VMware PowerCLI Blog .
Under the Hood: What’s new in Self-Driving Operations with #vRealize Operations Manager 6.7
Today’s the day many of us have been waiting for – the GA release of vRealize Operations Manager 6.7 and it is impressive in both feature and scope. You have probably read some of the blogs about this release already but in this blog post we will cover as many of the goodies and updates The post Under the Hood: What’s new in Self-Driving Operations with vRealize Operations Manager 6.7 appeared first on VMware Cloud Management .
Converting VHDX to VMDK – Troubleshoot with others on the best way to go about converting on #VMTN
We are currently backing up our exchange server with the bog standard backup which comes with windows (windows backup), which is saving to the hyper-v vhdx file type, what is the best way to go about converting the file from vhdx to vmdk?
Getting started with VMware Pivotal Container Service (PKS) Part 4: Ops Manager & BOSH
In this article, we will begin our PKS installation by deploying Pivotal Ops Manager which provides a management interface (UI/API) for Cloud/Platform Operators to manage the complete lifecycle of both BOSH and PKS from install, patch and upgrade. In addition, you can also deploy new application services using Ops Manager Tiles like adding an Enterprise-class Container […]
Check out a solution for automating vCenter 6.5 Integrated Windows Authentication here on #VMTN
Has anyone been able to script this part of a VCSA 6.5 deployment? Ideally, I’d like to add it to Active Directory and set the domain identity source as the default domain.
Self-driving Operations: See What’s New in vRealize Operations 6.7
VMware vRealize Operation 6.7: Self Driving Operations for the Data Center Today, VMware announced the upcoming release of vRealize Operations 6.7, introducing several new and enhanced performance and capacity optimization capabilities to help customers adopt a ‘self-driving’ approach to operations management. This upcoming release of vRealize Operations will deliver continuous performance optimization based on operational The post Self-driving Operations: See What’s New in vRealize…Read More