This video covers Whats new vSphere 6.5 High Availability.
This video covers what’s new in vSphere 6.5 migrating from a windows vCenter server to the vCenter Server Appliance 6.5.
This video is an introduction to some new features in the vSphere Client 6.5.
This video covers What’s New in vSphere 6.5 vCenter Server Appliance 6.5 File-Based Backup and Restore.
VMware vRealize Automation 7.1 continues to improve the speed and ease of automating delivery of your IT services with the introduction of a new Integration Framework for IPAM, out of the box support for Active Directory policies along with Application/Deployment Scale Out/In.
VMware vRealize Automation 7.0 is now available for download
VMware vRealize Automation 7 sets a new standard in cloud automation by radically changing how fast and easy it is to automate the delivery of IT services and thereby accelerating your time to value. This major update has a simplified architecture and includes an installation wizard, the unified blueprint model, and enhanced NSX support.
vRealize Automation will radically streamline your entire infrastructure to application implementation strategy while improving IT agility and greatly reducing your deployment times.
Time to value is key to any organization, to assist you with this, VMware is developing a series of vRealize Automation 7 blueprints that you can immediately use to build on or as patterns. These are available through a link on the product download page below and we will be adding more over the coming months.
VMware vRealize Automation 7.3.0 Download.
VMware vRealize Automation 7.2.0 Download.
VMware vRealize Automation 7.1.0 Download.
VMware vRealize Automation 7.0.1 Download.
VMware vRealize Automation 6.2.5 Download.
Pat Gelsinger, VMware CEO, delivers a keynote at Dell EMC World 2017 on VMware Cross-Cloud Architecture with a demo of VMware on AWS.
NOTE: This video is roughly 5 minutes in length so it would be worth blocking out some time to watch it!
Need a more specific use-case to get started with Micro-segmentation and the NSX Distributed Firewall? Your DMZ is an excellent place to start! Why let your blast-area be the entire DMZ network – limit the scope of damage to each individual server. OS-level firewalls are great – but are subject to being disabled once the server has been compromised. NSX, with it’s point of control at the vNIC level, completely gets around that limitation to help reduce your exposure.
NSX is referred to as an “overlay” technology but what is actually doing the work on the back end to transfer that data back and forth? VXLAN is the unsung hero protocol moving data in and out of the virtual to the physical side of the house. Join Jimmy Ray Purser as he goes thru the basics of this standards based protocol and what you need to config on your physical network to enable it as well as how it interacts with other network devices.
Using VLANs in vSphere helps you adapt the environment to network changes. VLAN modes overcome the limitations of the networking equipment and of host physical connectivity.