Senior Member of Technical Staff Melina McLarty presents some quick tips and tricks for being more productive with the vSphere Web Client.
During this session, we will be challenging modern security practices; covering how data-centers are typically built and how security is often bolted-on afterwards. With this knowledge, we will investigate how VMware NSX is drastically changing the security landscape. By giving the proper context to our data-center elements, organizations can automatically re-act to modern threats.
NOTE: This video is roughly 50 minutes in length so it would be worth blocking out some time to watch it!
In this video, Kyle Ruddy shows you examples of creating a vSphere Distributed Switch, adding hosts to the switch, creating distributed port groups, creating VMKernel network adapters, backing up a vSphere Distributed Switch and then restoring it.
Join Cody from VMware’s Cloud Management Business Unit as he takes us on a spotlight tour of the key features in vRealize Automation 7.5. A brand new user interface, NSX-T integration, Ansible Integration, and PKS Integration are showcased, as well as highlights of many more features
Trying something different…the VMware software-defined datacenter story in a whiteboard. The whiteboard walks you through the evolution of datacenters…from basic virtualization (vSphere) to an optimized, application-centric, ultra efficient, highly automated and governed SDDC.
This session will focus on how VMware NSX Data Center helps to answer the question, “How do you secure applications that are widely distributed and constantly changing?” By making network security an intrinsic part of the environment on top of which applications and data live, NSX Data Center delivers security policies and controls that are as ubiquitous and agile as applications themselves, no matter where they live. Find out about context-aware micro-segmentation and other key capabilities of NSX Data Center that shrink the application attack surface and improve your overall security posture.
Speakers Alex Berger, Product Marketing, Networking and Security, VMware: Alex Berger is a Product Marketer with VMware’s Networking and Security business unit. His focus is on security products and their use cases, including VMware NSX and VMware AppDefense. Prior to joining VMware, Alex worked on enterprise security products addressing a range of security issues including data access governance, identity and access management, privileged identity management, and threat detection and response. Christopher Frenz, AVP of Information Security, Interfaith Medical Center:
Christopher Frenz is the Director of IT Infrastructure at Interfaith Medical Center and is an expert on healthcare security and privacy. He the author of the books “Visual Basic and Visual Basic .NET for Scientists and Engineers” and “Pro Perl Parsing”, as well as the author of numerous articles. Frenz holds many industry standard certifications, including CISSP, HCISPP, CISM, CISA, FIP, CIPP, CIPM, CIPT, and CCSK.
VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger, CTO Ray O’Farrell, and their featured guests share how to push past the boundaries of what’s possible during the VMworld US Day 1 general session.
NOTE: This video is roughly 1 hour 45 minutes in length so it would be worth blocking out some time to watch it!
vSphere 6.5 release no longer requires that you install the Client Integration Plug-In. In certain cases, workflows have changed slightly, this video covers those changes.
Lightboard illustration of the vCenter Server High Availability options for each deployment type.