Running Microsoft Business Critical Application on Virtual SAN 6.0

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Mai 312015
 
VMware Virtual SAN 6.0 enables customers and partners to host Microsoft business critical applications such as Exchange Server, SQL Server, SharePoint, etc with consistent performance levels and constant availability. As part of the effort to extend the awareness of VMware Virtual SAN 6.0 ability to host business critical applications we have put together a solution […]]> http://blogs.vmware.com/storage/2015/05/31/running-microsoft-business-critical-application-virtual-san-6-0/feed/ 0 20+ Common VSAN Questions http://blogs.vmware.com/storage/2015/05/29/20-common-vsan-questions/ http://blogs.vmware.com/storage/2015/05/29/20-common-vsan-questions/#comments Fri, 29 May 2015 17:10:23 +0000

Running Microsoft Business Critical Application on Virtual SAN 6.0

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Mai 312015
 
VMware Virtual SAN 6.0 enables customers and partners to host Microsoft business critical applications such as Exchange Server, SQL Server, SharePoint, etc with consistent performance levels and constant availability. As part of the effort to extend the awareness of VMware Virtual SAN 6.0 ability to host business critical applications we have put together a solution […]]> http://blogs.vmware.com/storage/2015/05/31/running-microsoft-business-critical-application-virtual-san-6-0/feed/ 0 20+ Common VSAN Questions http://blogs.vmware.com/storage/2015/05/29/20-common-vsan-questions/ http://blogs.vmware.com/storage/2015/05/29/20-common-vsan-questions/#comments Fri, 29 May 2015 17:10:23 +0000

Application Delivery with Horizon 6: Newly Updated White Paper

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Mai 302015
 
By Cindy Heyer, Technical Writer, Technical Marketing, End-User Computing at VMware The newly updated Application Delivery with Horizon 6 white paper is now available. This new version is packed with easy-access tips about using the features and components of Horizon 6 to more effectively manage your applications and desktops. This paper has something for everyone. […]]> By Cindy Heyer, Technical Writer, Technical Marketing, End-User Computing at VMware

The newly updated Application Delivery with Horizon 6 white paper is now available. This new version is packed with easy-access tips about using the features and components of Horizon 6 to more effectively manage your applications and desktops.

This paper has something for everyone. It takes you through the myriad ways that Horizon 6 offers to provide your end users with easily accessible applications. No matter what kind of environment you started with—View virtual desktops, ThinApp application virtualization, Workspace Portal, legacy Citrix XenApp, even a non-VMware VDI environment, or a combination of the above—you can find pertinent use cases for application delivery that help you identify potential benefits and return on investment.

After all, where application delivery is concerned, you have a lot of variables to juggle. For one thing, you have many types of applications to manage. Each type of application comes with its specific requirements and limitations such as device drivers, licensing, and more. Endpoint devices also come in many varieties. Maybe your end users provide their own devices in a BYOD program, and maybe they use mobile devices in the field. Either way, you need to take into account the dependencies and limitations of these devices. You might have multiple types of end users, too: some stationary and others traveling, some working on premises and others working remotely. And, last but not least, you most likely have environmental considerations to factor in, such as legacy infrastructures and applications, multiple versions of the same application, and frequency of upgrades or license renewals.

In the end, you might conclude that what you need is a hybrid of app-delivery options instead of just one. If so, you are not alone. Most enterprises of any size need a combination of strategies to deliver diverse types of applications to diverse sets of endpoint devices. And Horizon 6 supports that diversity. VMware has long provided options for application delivery of virtualized applications through ThinApp, and, through Workspace Portal, delivery of SaaS- or cloud-based applications from individual software providers, and delivery of Citrix published applications from XenApp farms. Horizon 6 also recently added RDSH-based app remoting to this mix. In addition, Horizon 6 Advanced and Enterprise editions include Mirage, which provides support for app delivery of ThinApp packages and natively installed Windows applications through Mirage app layers.

Horizon 6 Advanced and Enterprise editions include Workspace, a unified workspace where your end users can log in once from any type of device, and launch any supported application type: ThinApp packages, XenApp published applications, SaaS-based or cloud-based applications, and hosted applications.

Application Delivery with Horizon 6.0 is in a new, more consumable interactive format—it is more visual and has many new links to videos and demos. Be sure to download the paper from your browser to take advantage of all of the document navigation possibilities. See the following videos for a few of the app-delivery opportunities with VMware products:

  • Inclusive VMware Horizon 6 delivery infrastructure
  • Horizon 6 hosted applications
  • Publishing hosted applications to Workspace Portal
  • What is ThinApp?
  • How to configure Workspace to provide access to XenApp published applications

To comment on this paper, contact the VMware End-User-Computing Technical Marketing team at euc_tech_content_feedback@vmware.com.

Watch video: Enterprise mobility news recap: May 26-29

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Mai 292015
 
Welcome back to AirWatch Weekly Recap! I’m Maddie Cook and today we will highlight the Google I/O event, introduce the Business Mobility event and talk about securing smart cities. To begin today’s enterprise mobility headlines we will highlight the enterprise features announced yesterday at Google I/O. Yesterday at the event, Google revealed its priorities for […]]> http://blogs.air-watch.com/2015/05/enterprise-mobility-news-recap-may-26-29/feed/ 0 Google I/O keynote focuses on the mobile user experience http://blogs.air-watch.com/2015/05/google-io-keynote-focuses-mobile-user-experience/ http://blogs.air-watch.com/2015/05/google-io-keynote-focuses-mobile-user-experience/#comments Fri, 29 May 2015 21:13:17 +0000

VMware’s Business Mobility Online Event is Sure to Dazzle

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Mai 292015
 
There’s an exciting world of new opportunities evolving — a world where early movers can take advantage and winners will be defined by mobile-first or mobile-only strategies. VMware has created a comprehensive, secure business mobility platform, working with customers across many industries and partnering with a rich ecosystem to deliver apps and services specific to […]]> There’s an exciting world of new opportunities evolving — a world where early movers can take advantage and winners will be defined by mobile-first or mobile-only strategies.

VMware has created a comprehensive, secure business mobility platform, working with customers across many industries and partnering with a rich ecosystem to deliver apps and services specific to customers’ needs.

On June 16, we’re hosting a one-hour online event where we’ll share:

  • VMware’s Business Mobility vision and integral role it will play in shaping enterprise IT.
  • How companies ― from healthcare to education and retail ― are transforming backend processes and customer-facing experiences with next-generation mobile apps.
  • Exciting developments from VMware partners who are creating application-centric models for delivering rich new business services.
  • How VMware is deepening its commitment to iOS.

VMware has been partnering with some of the world’s most innovative companies. Join us from 9:00 to 10:00 AM Pacific Time on Tuesday, June 16 for this online event, and hear how together we’re leading the way. Register now.

To learn more about Business Mobility at VMware, watch Sanjay Poonen, VMware's EVP & GM of End-User Computing, as he shares his executive insight.

The VMware Partner Network Team

Mai 292015
 
VMware’s Virtual SAN radically simplifies storage in vSphere clusters. Even though the product has been available for about a year, we still continue to get all sorts of interesting questions. What follows are the list of interesting questions we encounter most often, along with quick answers. I hope you find this helpful! 1. How does […]]> http://blogs.vmware.com/storage/2015/05/29/20-common-vsan-questions/feed/ 0 Get hands-on with Virtual SAN – download the free 6 month evaluation! http://blogs.vmware.com/storage/2015/05/27/get-hands-virtual-san-download-free-6-month-evaluation/ http://blogs.vmware.com/storage/2015/05/27/get-hands-virtual-san-download-free-6-month-evaluation/#comments Wed, 27 May 2015 23:26:46 +0000

Help Customers Leverage the Cloud Within Their Data Center Services

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Mai 292015
 

VMware and Fujitsu promote business growth and innovation via a 'Hybrid IT' cloud computing model. View this webinar to find out how the VMware and Fujitsu Hybrid IT model ensures thatyour customers can optimize the cloud within their data center services and effectively manage the resulting Hybrid IT environment.

If You Like vCloud Director, You Will Love vCloud Air

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Mai 292015
 
A couple of years ago, VMware made the decision to focus our vCloud Director development efforts on public cloud use cases and prioritize vRealize Automation (previously vCloud Automation Center) for private cloud use cases. As a result of this shift, we are using and leveraging vCloud Director to provide the compute service in vCloud Air, […]]> A couple of years ago, VMware made the decision to focus our vCloud Director development efforts on public cloud use cases and prioritize vRealize Automation (previously vCloud Automation Center) for private cloud use cases. As a result of this shift, we are using and leveraging vCloud Director to provide the compute service in vCloud Air, and our service provider partners in the vCloud Air Network are using the product to stand up compatible VMware-based public clouds. A side effect of this strategy is that vCloud Director is no longer available (since version 5.6) to our traditional customers buying perpetual licenses.

Ironically, not only is vCloud Director alive and prospering, but we are hearing many enterprise customers want to continue to use it to cover specific use cases around test/dev and lab management.

While we invite customers to continue to provide and voice their feedback to us to better understand their actual needs, vCloud Air provides lots of value to customers looking to support these use cases.

The idea is that if you like how vCloud Director works, what it delivers, and how it provides logically isolated pools of resources, you can keep the same experience by subscribing to vCloud Air. By leveraging “vCD-as-a-Service” with vCloud Air, you can avoid having the "low levelplumbing" in your on-premises private cloud, while keeping the focus on your own workloads.In other words, it is possible (and sometimes convenient) to move a lab environment to vCloud Air and gain the benefits of an Opex cost model versus a Capex model.

Provided this solution isn't a direct replacement for customers that have vCD on-premises and would like to keep it, we believe that the nature of the use cases fits perfectly within the characteristics of a public cloud delivery model.

At a very high level, this diagram shows how cloud resources are consumed in vCloud Air, while the role of admins managing the cloud and consumers using the resources remain the same:

Here are some reasons why this may be appealing:

  • The user experience in vCloud Air, from an end-user’s perspective (think Org Admin role), is going to be largely similar if not identical compared to what they had on-premises. The user will have access to the vCloud Director portal.
  • We have recently introduced features in vCloud Director that are only exposed via APIs. This may be a problem for customers that would like to use those features but don't want to build a UI. The vCloud Air UI covers some of this out-of-the-box without any additional customer investment.
  • There is (almost) complete compatibility of APIs. If your internal users (think Org Admin role) wrote a tool to automate the resources in their Orgs, it will likely work completely un-modified against vCloud Air. There are some small caveats that apply, primarily because vCloud Air is actually ahead of delivery of new features into vCloud Director.
  • The migration of templates and vApps from on-premises to vCloud Air is highly simplified since we are using the very same stack and format in both endpoints.
  • Enterprise customers can get out of the business of curating the lifecycle of an on-premises setup. While this isn't a problem unique to VMware, managing a private cloud is known to be a fairly time consuming task. By consuming vCloud Director online, the customer will no longer need to waste time on infrastructure upgrades and similar projects.
  • As a result of the above, people can focus on more meaningful tasks than (e.g.) checking compatibility matrixes to find out which version of product A works with which version of product B. We have teams of engineers working on this to deliver vCloud Air services (with uptime SLAs).
  • Similarly, this model is very much inline with the new role of IT being a broker of resources. The team currently in charge with managing the environment (think Cloud Admin role) can focus on what matters the most and how to best serve their "internal users" providing added value services instead of spending time fixing the infrastructure.
  • Security remains a top concern with public cloud computing. Placing your test/dev and lab environments in vCloud Air is a great way to begin your hybrid cloud journey without exposing your department to too much risk. As your comfort and exposure to public clouds increases, you will be able to make decisions about production workloads next.
  • We have proven this hosted model for lab environments to work very well in the past 7-8 years. Hands-On Labs anyone? Customers can also instantiate nested environments in vCloud Air.
  • In a vCloud Director-as-a-Service scenario, a customer has the option of choosing between a subscription model or a PAYGO (aka OnDemand) model depending on the commercial approach that best fits their consumption patterns. This provides a great deal of flexibility (particularly compared to a standard very rigid CAPEX model). This concept is particularly intriguing for test/dev and lab management scenarios where the consumption pattern may vary substantially over the course of the day, week, month, quarter and/or year.

What we have covered so far are the "pros" for making the move. There are clearly some caveats that need to be taken into account. Some of them are listed here:

  • Customers that have created vCloud Director extensions won't be able to bring them to vCloud Air.
  • If your company considers your data/workloads unsuitable for public clouds, a true on-premises private cloud is the only solution.
  • Some typical cloud admin knobs are intentionally unavailable in vCloud Air. For example, customers won't be able to configure the service to use Linked Clones.

There may be obviously other reasons but, for the large part, we think that a lot of vCloud Director customers could find this solution appealing and fitting.

Last but not least, to make it even more appealing, most of what we have discussed above applies to our hundreds of vCloud Air Network partners too.

I think this is exciting. What do you think?

For more information about vCloud Air OnDemand, visitvcloud.vmware.com,and keep an eye on the blogfor upcoming tips and best practices for using vCloud Air.

Be sure to follow our social channels at@vCloudandFacebook.com/vmwarevcloudfor the latest updates.

If You Like vCloud Director, You Will Love vCloud Air

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Mai 292015
 
A couple of years ago, VMware made the decision to focus our vCloud Director development efforts on public cloud use cases and prioritize vRealize Automation (previously vCloud Automation Center) for private cloud use cases. As a result of this shift, we are using and leveraging vCloud Director to provide the compute service in vCloud Air, […]]> A couple of years ago, VMware made the decision to focus our vCloud Director development efforts on public cloud use cases and prioritize vRealize Automation (previously vCloud Automation Center) for private cloud use cases. As a result of this shift, we are using and leveraging vCloud Director to provide the compute service in vCloud Air, and our service provider partners in the vCloud Air Network are using the product to stand up compatible VMware-based public clouds. A side effect of this strategy is that vCloud Director is no longer available (since version 5.6) to our traditional customers buying perpetual licenses.

Ironically, not only is vCloud Director alive and prospering, but we are hearing many enterprise customers want to continue to use it to cover specific use cases around test/dev and lab management.

While we invite customers to continue to provide and voice their feedback to us to better understand their actual needs, vCloud Air provides lots of value to customers looking to support these use cases.

The idea is that if you like how vCloud Director works, what it delivers, and how it provides logically isolated pools of resources, you can keep the same experience by subscribing to vCloud Air. By leveraging “vCD-as-a-Service” with vCloud Air, you can avoid having the "low levelplumbing" in your on-premises private cloud, while keeping the focus on your own workloads.In other words, it is possible (and sometimes convenient) to move a lab environment to vCloud Air and gain the benefits of an Opex cost model versus a Capex model.

Provided this solution isn't a direct replacement for customers that have vCD on-premises and would like to keep it, we believe that the nature of the use cases fits perfectly within the characteristics of a public cloud delivery model.

At a very high level, this diagram shows how cloud resources are consumed in vCloud Air, while the role of admins managing the cloud and consumers using the resources remain the same:

Here are some reasons why this may be appealing:

  • The user experience in vCloud Air, from an end-user’s perspective (think Org Admin role), is going to be largely similar if not identical compared to what they had on-premises. The user will have access to the vCloud Director portal.
  • We have recently introduced features in vCloud Director that are only exposed via APIs. This may be a problem for customers that would like to use those features but don't want to build a UI. The vCloud Air UI covers some of this out-of-the-box without any additional customer investment.
  • There is (almost) complete compatibility of APIs. If your internal users (think Org Admin role) wrote a tool to automate the resources in their Orgs, it will likely work completely un-modified against vCloud Air. There are some small caveats that apply, primarily because vCloud Air is actually ahead of delivery of new features into vCloud Director.
  • The migration of templates and vApps from on-premises to vCloud Air is highly simplified since we are using the very same stack and format in both endpoints.
  • Enterprise customers can get out of the business of curating the lifecycle of an on-premises setup. While this isn't a problem unique to VMware, managing a private cloud is known to be a fairly time consuming task. By consuming vCloud Director online, the customer will no longer need to waste time on infrastructure upgrades and similar projects.
  • As a result of the above, people can focus on more meaningful tasks than (e.g.) checking compatibility matrixes to find out which version of product A works with which version of product B. We have teams of engineers working on this to deliver vCloud Air services (with uptime SLAs).
  • Similarly, this model is very much inline with the new role of IT being a broker of resources. The team currently in charge with managing the environment (think Cloud Admin role) can focus on what matters the most and how to best serve their "internal users" providing added value services instead of spending time fixing the infrastructure.
  • Security remains a top concern with public cloud computing. Placing your test/dev and lab environments in vCloud Air is a great way to begin your hybrid cloud journey without exposing your department to too much risk. As your comfort and exposure to public clouds increases, you will be able to make decisions about production workloads next.
  • We have proven this hosted model for lab environments to work very well in the past 7-8 years. Hands-On Labs anyone? Customers can also instantiate nested environments in vCloud Air.
  • In a vCloud Director-as-a-Service scenario, a customer has the option of choosing between a subscription model or a PAYGO (aka OnDemand) model depending on the commercial approach that best fits their consumption patterns. This provides a great deal of flexibility (particularly compared to a standard very rigid CAPEX model). This concept is particularly intriguing for test/dev and lab management scenarios where the consumption pattern may vary substantially over the course of the day, week, month, quarter and/or year.

What we have covered so far are the "pros" for making the move. There are clearly some caveats that need to be taken into account. Some of them are listed here:

  • Customers that have created vCloud Director extensions won't be able to bring them to vCloud Air.
  • If your company considers your data/workloads unsuitable for public clouds, a true on-premises private cloud is the only solution.
  • Some typical cloud admin knobs are intentionally unavailable in vCloud Air. For example, customers won't be able to configure the service to use Linked Clones.

There may be obviously other reasons but, for the large part, we think that a lot of vCloud Director customers could find this solution appealing and fitting.

Last but not least, to make it even more appealing, most of what we have discussed above applies to our hundreds of vCloud Air Network partners too.

I think this is exciting. What do you think?

For more information about vCloud Air OnDemand, visitvcloud.vmware.com,and keep an eye on the blogfor upcoming tips and best practices for using vCloud Air.

Be sure to follow our social channels at@vCloudandFacebook.com/vmwarevcloudfor the latest updates.

Comment transformer l’IT en plus-value ? – Conférence avec Joe Baguley

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Mai 292015
 

Du 3 au 4 juin 2015 se tiendra le salon Data Cloud Europe 2015 dau Cloud et aux Datacenters, destinée aux utilisateurs finaux et aux leaders d’entreprise.

Joe Baguley, Chief Technology Officer, EMEA chez VMware animera une session mercredi 3 juin à 11h15 sur le thème: ‘comment une approche d’infrastructure hyper-convergée peut être une plus-value essentielle pour l’informatique’.

L’informatique doit apporter une valeur ajoutée à l’entreprise. Mais la question pour les organisations informatiques est de savoir où, quand et comment elles peuvent créer une réelle valeur. Il est temps de radicalement simplifier la façon dont sont délivrées et gérées les infrastructures informatiques grâce à l’approche qu’offre l’infrastructure hyper-convergée. Permettant de rationaliser la montée en charge et de simplifier les serveurs, le stockage, la sécurité et le réseau, l’infrastructure hyper-convergée peut délivrer une réelle valeur ajoutée et tout particulièrement dans des environnements cloud. Joe Baguley développera en détails cette approche lors de cette session.

Plus d’infos sur Data Cloud Europe 2015: http://www.datacloudcongress.com/programme#june3-cloud-morning

Data Cloud Europe 2015

Mercredi 3 juin à 11h15

Au Grimaldi Forum à Monaco

Comment transformer l’IT en plus-value ? – Conférence avec Joe Baguley

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Mai 292015
 

Du 3 au 4 juin 2015 se tiendra le salon Data Cloud Europe 2015 dau Cloud et aux Datacenters, destinée aux utilisateurs finaux et aux leaders d’entreprise.

Joe Baguley, Chief Technology Officer, EMEA chez VMware animera une session mercredi 3 juin à 11h15 sur le thème: ‘comment une approche d’infrastructure hyper-convergée peut être une plus-value essentielle pour l’informatique’.

L’informatique doit apporter une valeur ajoutée à l’entreprise. Mais la question pour les organisations informatiques est de savoir où, quand et comment elles peuvent créer une réelle valeur. Il est temps de radicalement simplifier la façon dont sont délivrées et gérées les infrastructures informatiques grâce à l’approche qu’offre l’infrastructure hyper-convergée. Permettant de rationaliser la montée en charge et de simplifier les serveurs, le stockage, la sécurité et le réseau, l’infrastructure hyper-convergée peut délivrer une réelle valeur ajoutée et tout particulièrement dans des environnements cloud. Joe Baguley développera en détails cette approche lors de cette session.

Plus d’infos sur Data Cloud Europe 2015: http://www.datacloudcongress.com/programme#june3-cloud-morning

Data Cloud Europe 2015

Mercredi 3 juin à 11h15

Au Grimaldi Forum à Monaco

Getting vSphere 6 off the ground and more from Global Support Services

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Mai 292015
 

Each month, we’ll share the top VMware Global Support Services (GSS) news, alerts, and announcements from our sister blog, VMware Support Insider. Read on to find out what you might have missed last month.

Fresh vSphere 6 KB articles!
With vSphere 6 out for a few weeks, we’ve put together some brand new Knowledge Base articles addressing the customer feedback we’ve received so far. Take a look to see if they answer your vSphere 6 questions—and if not, let us know!

How to install vSphere 6 ESXi using the Interactive Installer
Installing vSphere 6 for a smaller deployment? This video offers step-by-step instructions on using the Interactive Installer for deployments of four or fewer hosts.

Maintaining the vCenter Server Database
Check out the latest video in our webinar series to get a high level overview of the vCenter Server Database architecture, plus best practices and tips for maintaining the database.

Introduction to VMware vRealize Orchestrator 6 - KBTV Webinars
Want more from our free webinar series? This video covers vRealize Orchestrator 6: how to install and configure it, how to create a simple workflow, and more.

Additional Posts:

  • Introduction to VMware NSX - KBTV Webinars
  • How to setup mirrored folders between your Mac and Fusion VM
  • Overview of Storage I/O Control (SIOC) - KBTV Webinars
  • ALERT: vSphere Web Client 5.0 fails to load
  • ALERT: Virtual Machines on VXLAN Wires may be unable to communicate across hosts with their Edges or Distributed Routers
  • Top 20 Articles for April 2015

Follow VMware GSS
Stay up to date on all things support by following these social media channels:

  • Support Insider Blog
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Join VMware for online Business Mobility Event

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Mai 292015
 
On June 16, VMware will be bringing together enterprise technology leaders for a virtual Business Mobility event. During the session, CEO Pat Gelsinger and EUC EVP and General Manager Sanjay Poonen will highlight mobility’s impact on the enterprise and share how VMware is poised to help enterprises prepare for the mobile business era. The virtual […]]> http://blogs.air-watch.com/2015/05/join-vmware-online-business-mobility-event/feed/ 0 Scania deploys enterprise mobility to optimize customer experience http://blogs.air-watch.com/2015/05/scania-deploys-enterprise-mobility-optimize-customer-experience/ http://blogs.air-watch.com/2015/05/scania-deploys-enterprise-mobility-optimize-customer-experience/#comments Wed, 27 May 2015 17:31:22 +0000

Join VMware for online Business Mobility Event

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Mai 292015
 
On June 16, VMware will be bringing together enterprise technology leaders for a virtual Business Mobility event. During the session, CEO Pat Gelsinger and EUC EVP and General Manager Sanjay Poonen will highlight mobility’s impact on the enterprise and share how VMware is poised to help enterprises prepare for the mobile business era. The virtual […]]> http://blogs.air-watch.com/2015/05/join-vmware-online-business-mobility-event/feed/ 0 Scania deploys enterprise mobility to optimize customer experience http://blogs.air-watch.com/2015/05/scania-deploys-enterprise-mobility-optimize-customer-experience/ http://blogs.air-watch.com/2015/05/scania-deploys-enterprise-mobility-optimize-customer-experience/#comments Wed, 27 May 2015 17:31:22 +0000

Managing NetApp Storage with vRealize Operations Analysis Badge & 3rd Party Extensions

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Mai 292015
 
From the earliest versions of vCenter Operations to the current vRealize Operations incarnation, we have been offering a multitude of capabilities to help IT administrators effectively manage, troubleshoot and simplify their infrastructure. One of the most powerful of these capabilities is the ‘Analysis Badge.’ Analysis Badges can be used to provide ‘at-a-glance’ views in numerous […]]> http://blogs.vmware.com/management/2015/05/managing-netapp-storage-vrealize-operations-analysis-badge-3rd-party-extensions.html/feed 0 Optimizing PowerShell workflows in vRealize Orchestrator http://blogs.vmware.com/management/2015/05/optimizing-powershell-workflows-vrealize-orchestrator.html?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=optimizing-powershell-workflows-vrealize-orchestrator http://blogs.vmware.com/management/2015/05/optimizing-powershell-workflows-vrealize-orchestrator.html#comments Wed, 27 May 2015 10:00:18 +0000