I have started to use vSphere Lifecycle Manager (vLCM) more and more, especially after upgrading to vSphere 8 as it will be the primary lifecycle management solution going forward for both vSphere image and configuration management. The other reason for using vLCM is that vSphere Update Manager [..]
VMware Fusion 13: Now available for Intel and Apple Silicon Macs | The time is now! After a long wait, we’re proud to announce the general availability of the VMware Fusion 13 product line: Fusion 13 Pro and Fusion 13 Player, for both Intel as well as the latest Apple Silicon Macs.
We are excited to announce that PowerCLI 13.0 was officially released today. It is a major release full of new and exciting features. Here is what you can find in the new PowerCLI 13: PowerCLI is now fully multi-platform! The vCD module has been updated to support vCD 10.4 and some new features [..]
In this series, Ron Oglesby will be breaking down the most important new features of our next-gen Horizon Cloud services. These features will not only “fill the gaps” that customers have often seen between on-premises and cloud desktop technologies, but will also give customers more flexibility [..]
Most of you have read all about vSAN ESA by now. If you have not, you can find my article here, and a dozen articles on core.vmware.com by the Tech Marketing team. What is going to make a huge difference with the Express Storage Architecture is that you get RAID-5 efficiency at RAID-1 […]
Who are the Hands-on Labs Staff
Written by Dale Carter I have been involved in the Hands-on labs for 11 years now. I started as a proctor before working on the Help Desk eventually becoming one of the Help Desk leads. My biggest honor came when I was asked to be the staffing manager for the Hands-on Labs back in 2016. … Continued The post Who are the Hands-on Labs Staff appeared first on VMware Hands-on Labs Blog.