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Global Load Balancing with VMware Horizon and Amazon Route 53

A few months ago, Andrew Morgan in the EUC Business Unit wrote a great blog post on using Amazon Route 53 to provide Global Load Balancing Services for VMware Horizon. The example in Andrew’s post showed a failover situation between an on-premises VMware Horizon environment and a Horizon environment running in VMware Cloud on AWS.

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Instant Clone in vSphere 6.7 rocks!


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I wrote a blog post a while back about VMFork, which then afterwards got rebranded to Instant Clone. In the vSphere 6.7 release there has been a major change to the architecture of VMFork aka Instant Clone, so I figured I would do an update on the post. As an update doesn’t stand out from […]

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