Monthly Archives: March 2019

What do bagels and storage arrays have in common? Neither should be sliced!

To set the context for this if you haven’t seen it, recently there has been a lot of public outrage all over the internet about someone ordering bagels sliced up like bread. You can read all about this controversy here, having read that myself I … Continue reading

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Inventory View, Solution Identification and Ability to Mute Findings Now Available In Skyline

We are excited share new features and functionality now available within VMware Skyline. This update includes new features and functionality within Skyline Advisor, as well as a new version of the Skyline Collector. The new features include some of the… Continue reading

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New KB articles published for the week ending 23rd March,2019

VMware App Volumes Multiple duplicate Writables are seen after upgrading from App Volumes 2.13.2 to App Volumes 2.16 Date Published: 18-Mar-19 VMware Horizon Unable to launch RDS based desktop or application session Date Published: 18-Mar-19 VMware NSX… Continue reading

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vCloud Availability 3.0 – Lightboard Overviews

The team is excited to be releasing vCloud Availability 3.0 very shortly as this is a comprehensive approach to Disaster Recovery as a Service for our cloud service providers. We wanted to provide some overview lightboards of this new version of vCloud Availability and what’s possible within this new solution set. Introduction to vCloud Availability 3.0

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VMworld 2019 Call For Papers, I mean Case Studies, is now open

The annual call for content for VMworld is now open through April 16th, however this year VMware has changed the submission process and is basically only looking for customer case studies. Instead of the old form where you did an abstract, outline and … Continue reading

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VMworld 2019 Call For Papers, I mean Case Studies, is now open

The annual call for content for VMworld is now open through April 16th, however this year VMware has changed the submission process and is basically only looking for customer case studies. Instead of the old form where you did an abstract, outline and … Continue reading

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Pat Gelsinger’s vInk re-visited

Remember the whole unveiling of Pat Gelsinger’s tattoo at VMworld last year? There was a lot of speculation on if it was real (permanent) or not (temporary). I was hanging out with Pat at the vExpert party were he rolled up his sleeve and showed … Continue reading

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Part 1: Architect and Create Cloud Services Organizations for Skyline

In November of 2018, VMware Skyline became available as a VMware Cloud Service. The primary reason we enabled Skyline as a Cloud Services was to provide customer’s with greater control of their Skyline proactive findings and recommendations. This is pa… Continue reading

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Top vBlog 2018 Full Results

Here are the full results for Top vBlog 2018: Legend: Rank = 2018 rank Previous = 2017 rank Change = # of position change from 2017 Total Points = Voting points + Post points + Pagespeed points Total Votes = Total number of people who voted Voting Poin… Continue reading

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Self Paced Cloud Provider Program Training

Enablement for everyone!   It is with real pleasure the VMware Cloud Provider Program is able to announce the launch of our new self-paced learning platform to our Cloud Providers and Aggregation partners called ‘WIRE’. WIRE is an enablement platform that you can use to gain access to VMware product and solution enablement, providing sales

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