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VMware: Understanding How Host Profiles Handles Host-Specific Configuration Settings Through Customizations

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Host Profiles is an advanced capability of VMware vSphere that provides for configuration and compliance checking of multiple VMware ESXi hosts.  Although a profile can be attached directly to a single host in vCenter Server, typically, a profile is attached to a vSphere cluster, where all the hosts have the same hardware, storage, and networking […]

Reduce User Logon Time with Citrix Workspace Environment Management – Video

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Long logon times are becoming the new normal for many users due to the complexity of logon scripts, profiles and group policies. This doesn’t have to be the case. With Citrix Workspace Environment Management, users can potentially achieve logon times of 5-10 seconds. This video is from the fine folks at Citrix

VMware: vRealize Operations Wins Rave Reviews

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“People can have the Model T in any color – so long as it’s black.” – Henry Ford A quaint view of customer insights, isn’t it? Good thing we take a different approach to IT operations at VMware. I’m pleased to report that our vRealize Operations product continues to win rave reviews from the people […]

A Beginner’s Guide to XenApp and XenDesktop on Azure

FSLogix
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Deploying Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop in Microsoft Azure is an interesting solution for everybody who wants to deliver Windows desktops or applications from the public cloud. Citrix and Microsoft are working closely together to develop this modern application delivery platform based on Azure Resource Manager (ARM). This article introduces the multiple variants of hosting XenApp […]

Why an Application SLA Must Match Your Infrastructure

Turbonomic
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There is no doubt that you’ve seen the use of the mathematical operator <= meaning ‘less than or equal to’ at the other side of the equation. The reason that this is important is that it relates to the assigning of application SLA (Service Level Agreement) metrics to your applications. In other words, you have […]

VMware: Bootstrap the VCSA onto vSAN 6.6 with Easy Install

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If vSAN is configured by vCenter, how do you deploy vCenter on top of vSAN? Sounds a bit like a chicken and egg scenario, huh? vSAN is part of a cluster configuration in vSphere. To create a cluster, a datacenter must first be present, and that must be part of a vCenter instance. At least that’s […]

VMware Cloud Foundation Video – Automated Patching and Upgrades with VCF Lifecycle Management

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In this video, we provide an overview on how to use the Cloud Foundation Lifecycle Management feature to upgrade the unified SDDC From the fine folks at VMware TV.

VMware Cloud Foundation Network Overview Video

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The VMware SDDC Manager allocates cloud capacity into workload domains.  Each workload domain is backed by a vSphere cluster and is managed by its own vCenter Server instance.  In each workload domain, a virtual distributed switch is created with multiple VLAN-backed port groups to logically segregate and isolate the different traffic types.  VMware NSX is […]

Microsoft Video: Get started developing apps with SQL Server 2017 running on Linux

Microsoft
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In this short video we will walk you through everything you should know as a developer: the acquisition and installation process, the connectors: node, .net, php, and key management tools. Download SQL Server 2017: Now on Windows, Linux, and Docker: https://aka.ms/sqlserver17linuxyt This video is from the fine folks at Microsoft.

SCCM Patch Management Admins Spending More Time Researching Vulnerabilities after Microsoft Retires Security Bulletins

Flexera Software
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Microsoft no longer publishes security bulletins.  Last November they warned that the Security Bulletins on Patch Tuesday would be discontinued and they followed through on their promise with the April 2017 edition.  Information about software vulnerability is now only found on the Security Update Guides portal (SUG). While the portal is searchable by CVE, KB […]

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