Route Mobile Ensures 100% Application Availability with VMware Cloud on AWS
Route Mobile migrates to the cloud for lowest cost to cloud-based infrastructure, ensuring 100% application availability among its client’s customers.
Quality Bicycle Products Accelerates Migration to the Cloud with VMware Cloud on AWS
Read how QBP completed the initial migration of mission critical applications in just three months without refactoring or rearchitecting them.
Google Cloud VMware Engine Helping Arapahoe County Gain Efficiency and Financial Viability
Arapahoe County (Colorado) will migrate two costly data centers to Google Cloud VMware Engine to operate more efficiently and save millions of dollars. Read the story.
VMware Cloud on AWS is Now Available in Bahrain!
We are excited to announce the local general availability of VMware Cloud on AWS in Bahrain.
VMware Ransomware Recovery strikes gold in Cybersecurity Excellence Awards
Cybersecurity Insiders, a 600,000-member Information Security Community, has awarded VMware Ransomware Recovery a gold award in the Ransomware Recovery category.
New VMware Skyline Collector 3.4 and Advisor Pro Releases
We’re pleased to announce new VMware Skyline Collector 3.4 and Advisor Pro releases with VMware Aria Operations for Logs (formerly vRealize Log Insight) endpoint discovery, product name updates, and new proactive Findings. If you have Auto Upgrade enabled, your Skyline Collector will automatically update. For additional details review the Skyline Advisor Release Notes.
Virtual Trusted Platform Module (vTPM 2.0) with Google Cloud VMware Engine
The support of vTPM 2.0 for Google Cloud VMware Engine allows administrators to add a Trusted Platform Module device to virtual machines that require specific software security capabilities. Most notable is Microsoft Windows 11. This article will help you get started with enabling vTPM 2.0 in your Google Cloud VMware Engine private cloud and give you the additional settings for creating a Windows 11 virtual machine template.
Use PowerCLI to Sync VM addresses to Google Cloud DNS
Google Cloud DNS is an easy-to-use, fully managed service that provides reliable, low-latency name resolution for your cloud operations. If you are running your VMware workloads on Google Cloud VMware Engine, Cloud DNS can be used to automate the synchronization of DNS records for virtual machines running on a VMware private cloud. And you can tie in VMware PowerCLI and Google Cloud Tools for PowerShell for additional automation. Learn more.
What’s new with Google Cloud VMware Engine: regions, storage, availability, data protection
Read about the latest capabilities in Google Cloud VMware Engine such as Filestore datastore support, stretched private clouds, Zerto solution support, Google Cloud Backup and DR, and vTPM support. Learn more.
Terraform, GitOps, Helm: Automation and package management with VMware Tanzu Mission Control
VMware Tanzu Mission Control is a hub for multi-cluster Kubernetes management and is expanding support for continuous delivery of cluster groups and private Helm repositories for package management.
Get More Flexible Kubernetes Security with Policy Improvements in VMware Tanzu Mission Control
Tanzu Mission Control, a hub for multi-cluster Kubernetes management, now has expanded policy features to include mutation policies and increased control of Open Policy Agent Gatekeeper’s settings.
Unlock the potential of your data with VMware Data Solutions
VMware Data Solutions is a family of data-driven solutions built to store, process, and query critical data resources in real-time and at a massive scale, both on-premises and in the multi-cloud world. Explore how VMware Data Solutions build on VMware’s long history of infrastructure and cloud innovation, enabling customers to modernize their approach to data and enhance their digital transformation efforts.
VMware Cloud on AWS at VMware Explore India 2023
Join us at VMware Explore India in Mumbai on April 11 and 12! Bookmark and register for informative sessions and hands-on labs on VMware Cloud on AWS.
Upcoming VMware Webcasts
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Register Now for VMware Explore 2023 Las Vegas
Access best-in-field experts and your peers to get the tools, solutions and support you’re looking for to tame the complexity of multi-cloud. Join us at VMware Explore in Las Vegas, August 21-24, 2023 at The Venetian Convention and Expo Center. Discovery Awaits. Register Now.
Deploying VMware Workspace ONE Tunnel: Workspace ONE Operational Tutorial
Explore how to configure and deploy VMware Workspace ONE Tunnel to enable per-app VPN across iOS, Android, macOS, and Windows platforms on managed devices. Procedures include enabling per-app tunneling on managed devices and SDK-enabled applications, the configuration of Tunnel policies, deployment of the client and profiles to devices, and general lifecycle maintenance.
Migrating from Tunnel Proxy to Per-App Tunnel
This guide helps Workspace ONE UEM administrators currently using Tunnel Proxy to migrate to unmanaged Tunnel. The Tunnel module, which is part of the Workspace ONE SDK, enables app tunneling on unmanaged iOS and Android devices without the need for the Workspace ONE Tunnel application.
Horizon Cloud Service – next-gen Architecture
Learn about the architecture of the new Horizon Cloud Service – next-gen to deliver virtual desktops and applications. Understand the concepts, the components that make up the service, how to deploy it, and how to scale deployments.
Using Horizon to Access Physical Windows Machines
VMware Horizon offers the option to broker access to physical machines. This provides an excellent and familiar experience for employees to allow them to work from home by connecting to their normal office-based machine. Brokering to physical machines can be implemented either with an existing Horizon environment or with a new one. With minimal components required, this solution can be implemented quickly.
What Is VMware App Volumes?
VMware App Volumes is an application packaging solution that provides real-time application delivery and life-cycle management for digital workspaces. This is a different way of doing things, which enables you to clean up your golden desktop image and manage it separately from the applications that are installed. Find out more in this introductory article.
Managing Chrome OS Devices: Workspace ONE Operational Tutorial
This tutorial helps you get started with Chrome OS management. Learn more by integrating Google management with Workspace ONE UEM, enrolling Chrome OS devices, and configuring Chrome OS profiles.
Workspace ONE Access Architecture
Learn how to utilize Workspace ONE Access. Known for its unified application catalog, Workspace ONE Access provides access to different types of applications. That includes internal web applications, SaaS-based web applications (such as Salesforce, Dropbox, Concur, and more), native mobile apps, native Windows and macOS apps, VMware ThinApp packaged applications, VMware Horizon-based applications and desktops, and Citrix-based applications and desktops, all through a unified application catalog.
Deploying a Horizon Edge Gateway
Horizon 8 environments can be connected to the Horizon Cloud Service using the Horizon Edge Gateway. Deploying a Horizon Edge Gateway Appliance is accomplished by accessing the Horizon Universal Console, which is the administrative interface for the Horizon Cloud Service. This guide will walk you through the steps to deploy a Horizon Edge Gateway appliance.
Using Automation to Create Optimized Windows Images for VMware Horizon VMs
This guide describes how to automate the creation of VMware vSphere VMs that have an optimized Windows 11, 10, or Windows Server guest operating system, with various VMware agents installed and, optionally, other applications. This includes instructions on building an automation server.
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Common pitfalls when migrating to the cloud.
Are you considering moving to the cloud? Getting the most from the cloud requires choosing the right migration strategy. Our new blog explains typical challenges and considerations when moving to multi-cloud! Learn more
Deploying Horizon Edge Gateway Appliance – DNS Configuration
Rick Terlep demonstrates how to add a DNS entry to a Windows Server for the Horizon Edge appliance as a part of the onboarding process. This video is the first in a series about setting up the prerequisites for Horizon Edge Gateway deployment in your Horizon 8 environment.
Deploying Horizon Edge Gateway Appliance from OVA
This video shows how to download the Horizon Edge Gateway Appliance directly from the Internet into your vSphere environment for deployment, and then walks through the OVF deployment UI to deploy the appliance. This video is part of a series that covers setting up the prerequisites for Horizon Edge Gateway deployment in your Horizon 8 environment.
Deploying Horizon Edge Gateway – Provider and Appliance Configuration
In this video, Rick Terlep walks through setting up a Horizon 8 provider and downloading a Horizon Edge Gateway Appliance. This video is part of a series that covers setting up the prerequisites for Horizon Edge Gateway deployment in your Horizon 8 environment.
Deploying Horizon Edge Gateway Appliance – URL Checker
Rick Terlep demonstrates the Horizon Cloud Service – next-gen Edge Subnet URL Checker. This is a Fling that can be used to confirm network configuration for the Horizon Edge gateway. This video is part of a series that covers setting up the prerequisites for Horizon Edge Gateway deployment in your Horizon 8 environment.
Deploying Horizon Edge Gateway Appliance – Connection Server
In this video, Rick Terlep completes the final step in the basic deployment and configuration of a Horizon Edge Gateway appliance for a Horizon 8 Provider; configuring the appliance to communicate with your Horizon Connection Server. This video is part of a series that covers setting up the prerequisites for Horizon Edge Gateway deployment in your Horizon 8 environment.
Distributing Microsoft Office Apps to macOS Devices with Workspace ONE UEM – Feature Walk-through
In this walkthrough, we’ll demonstrate how to distribute Microsoft Office apps to macOS devices using volume purchase licenses in Apple Business Manager and VMware’s Workspace ONE UEM.
Using VMware Horizon Cloud Service – next-gen
Watch a demo of Horizon Cloud – next-gen for administrators, going through the process of importing a desktop image, creating a pool of apps and desktops, assigning groups of users, and finally, logging in as an end user.
Empowering Platform and Application Operators to Achieve Outcomes Faster with VMware Tanzu Academy
We’re excited to announce Tanzu Academy, an on-demand, comprehensive learning hub for platform and application operators to become experts at achieving outcomes with Tanzu products.
Announcing Spring Cloud Gateway for Kubernetes 2.0
Announcing Spring Cloud Gateway for Kubernetes 2.0! Learn about improved scale, access, and traceability options—plus Spring Boot 3 under the hood.
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