In the last episode of my HomeLab journey, I have written about my new Datacenter 3 location. This time I am focusing on storage…. It´s time to replace my custom build Xpenology NAS with something new….. My new network (HomeLab […]
This guide documents how to use the Windows OS Optimization Tool for VMware Horizon and describes the features and usage. The Windows OS Optimization Tool for VMware Horizon optimizes virtual and physical desktops and servers.
vExpert 2022 Applications are Open! Don’t miss out on this opportunity, be sure to apply before January 14th, 2022. The vExpert awards will be announced on February 18th, be a part of the announcement! Current vExperts will need to apply even if you were awarded in the second half.
After completing the last episode HomeLab Stage LIX: Travel Preparation, it is now time to focus again on my HomeLab. It network upgrade time: My network equipment is from Nvidia Networking (Mellanox), Dell and Ubiquiti. I really like the […]
I received this question and figured I would write a quick post about it, as it comes up occasionally. Why does vSphere HA no power-on VMs after a full cluster is brought back online after a full cluster shutdown? In this case, the customer had a power outage, so their hosts and all VMs were […]
VMSA-2021-0028: Questions & Answers
VMSA-2021-0028 outlines security vulnerabilities in multiple VMware products stemming from the critical log4j vulnerability disclosure (CVE-2021-44228). These are common questions & answers about it to help guide customers.
VMSA-2021-0028 & Log4j: What You Need to Know
VMware has released a new critical security advisory, VMSA-2021-0028, in response to the industry-wide issue regarding the open source Apache Software Foundation log4j Java logging component, which was discovered to have a critical vulnerability (CVE-2021-44228). Because the log4j component is used by many vendors and software packages, this needs your immediate attention, not just at … Continued The post VMSA-2021-0028 & Log4j: What You Need to Know appeared first on Cloud Blog – VMware.
Announcing NSX-T 3.2: Innovations in Multi-Cloud Security, Networking, and Operations
We’re excited to announce the general availability of VMware NSX-T 3.2, one of the largest NSX releases so far. NSX-T 3.2 includes key innovations across multi-cloud security, scale-out networking for containers, VMs, and physical workloads. It also delivers simplified operations that help enterprises achieve a one-click, public cloud experience wherever their workloads are deployed. Strong Multi-Cloud Security NSX-T 3.2 provides strong, multi-cloud, easy-to-operationalize network defenses…Read More
VMware NSX 3.2 Delivers New, Advanced Security Capabilities
It’s an impactful release focused on significant NSX Security enhancements Putting a hard shell around a soft core is not a recipe for success in security, but somehow legacy security architectures for application protection have often looked exactly like that: a hard perimeter firewall layer for an application infrastructure that was fundamentally not built with security as a primary concern. VMware NSX Distributed Firewall pioneered the micro-segmentation concept for granular access…Read More
Regularly I meet with customers to discuss NUMA technology, and one of the topics that are always on the list is the Cores per Socket setting and its potential impact. In vSphere 6.5, we made some significant adjustments to the scheduler that allowed us to decouple the NUMA client creation […]