The Nessus is an external remote scanning tool developed by Tenable. It is used for Vulnerability Assessments, penetration testing in a wide range of technologies including operating systems, network devices, hypervisors, databases, web servers, and critical infrastructure.
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VMware Announces End of Support for IE-11
In the light of Microsoft announcing the end of support for Internet Explorer 11 by MS365 products and the official guidance from MS for IE11 users to migrate to MS Edge, VMware has decided to end the support for IE11 by all active versions of the vSphere Client, starting from the next update in the release line of The post VMware Announces End of Support for IE-11 appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
New Host Client
Overview VMware is constantly working to improve the products offered to customers aiming to provide solutions based on modern and reliable technologies and positioning security and stability of customer workloads at the centre of our goals. As part of the products technical evolution VMware always considers the official regulations and standards which customers must comply The post New Host Client appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
What’s New with VMware Cloud Foundation 4.1
The VMware Cloud Foundation product team is pleased to announce the upcoming release of VMware Cloud Foundation 4.1. This new release builds upon the industry momentum and traction from the March announcement of VMware Cloud Foundation 4.0 with Tanzu by introducing new features and functionality that deliver developer ready infrastructure, allowing customers to scale without The post What’s New with VMware Cloud Foundation 4.1 appeared first on Cloud Foundation.
PVSCSI Controllers and Queue Depth – Accelerating performance for Oracle Workloads
For readers who are familiar with the Asterix and Obelix series, the magic potion refers to the potion brewed by Getafix, that gives the Gaulish warriors superhuman strength. One of VMware’s magic portion for Oracle workloads is the ‘Paravirtualized SCSI Controllers a.k.a PVSCSI Controllers’ which is accelerates workloads performance on The post PVSCSI Controllers and Queue Depth – Accelerating performance for Oracle Workloads appeared first on Virtualize Applications.
OSOT optimizes the Windows OS performance, increasing the efficacy of both VDI and physical desktops. You can also use it for remote analysis and template creation.
After organizing my HomeLab with the Snipe-IT Inventory Solution in the last episode HomeLab Stage XXXX Asset Management, it was time to focus a little bit more on network performance….. As you know, I am running two data centers at my […]
Inter-SR routing is an iBGP peering option between the SR constructs of Tier 0 Gateway deployed in Active-Active mode intended to handle asymmetric northbound failures. It does so by routing the traffic (which doesn’t have a valid northbound route) to the peer SR construct on the other Edge node(s)
Every 6-9 months VMware has been pushing out a new feature release of vSAN. After vSphere and vSAN 7.0, which introduced vSphere Lifecycle Manager and vSAN File Services, it is now time to share with you what is new for vSAN 7.0 U1. Again it is a feature-packed release, with many “smaller […]
There are various enhancement done in NSX-T version 3.0 by VMware. Let’s talk about architecture change in NSX-T version 3.0
It’s been several months since VMware hinted with a new release of VMware Workstation 16 and Fusion 12. It was during the last VMworld that we saw Hyper-V Mode at the same time as VMware nested virtualization running at the same time. […]
VMcom backup is a new product. I know that is very easy to set up and use. It might not have all the plus-plus features like the competition, but its pricing structure and the ease of use make this product an ideal companion of many IT admins willing to backup VMs running on VMware vSphere or […]
VMware vSphere 7 Update 1 vSAN 7 Update 1 VCF 4.1 Announced New Features with vSphere 7 with Tanzu, Tanzu Editions, HCI Mesh, availability
Yes, a post about a new major version of vSphere 7.0 Update 1 today. VMware worked on this one since the last release of the vSphere 7 GA back in March […]
What’s New with VMware vSphere 7 Update 1
Ever since VMware Cloud Foundation with VMware Tanzu was announced in March of 2020, there has been tremendous interest in a single platform for traditional and modern applications. While many customers are ready to deploy the full integrated software stack in VMware Cloud Foundation, many have also been asking us to deliver the capabilities of The post What’s New with VMware vSphere 7 Update 1 appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.