VMware Certified Professional 6 -Network Virtualization 6.2

Today I passed my VMware Certified Professional 6 -Network Virtualization 6.2 certification.  Last year I already took the course but at that moment I was too busy with other stuff to also take the exam. Now after reading again the course material, the online training Clear and Simple VMware NSX 6.2 and vSphere Virtual Networks from Rick Crisci … Read moreVMware Certified Professional 6 -Network Virtualization 6.2

Ebook series: Kubernetes deployment and security patterns

The New Stack has released a new ebook about Kubernetes. The key to successful deployment of Kubernetes lies in picking the right environment based on the available infrastructure, existing investments, the application needs and available talent. Depending on whether Kubernetes is deployed on premises, on a single cloud provider, hybrid cloud or multi-cloud, users will … Read moreEbook series: Kubernetes deployment and security patterns

Updated fling(s) for January 2018

In January, there were no new flings released. The following seven flings were updated: VMware OS Optimization Tool vSphere HTML5 Web Client Blockchain on vSphere HCIBench Horizon Toolbox Desktop Watermark DoD Security Technical Implementation Guide(STIG) ESXi VIB DoD Security Technical Implementation Guide(STIG) ESXi VIB Update January 2018 Added 6.5 STIG VIB to the downloads section. … Read moreUpdated fling(s) for January 2018

Updated Fling(s) for December

In December, there were three flings updated: VMware OS Optimization Tool App Volumes Backup Utility vSphere HTML5 Web Client   VMware OS Optimization Tool December 14, 2017 Template update. Detailed change log for each template is in the online version of each template (accessed from Public Templates tab) App Volumes Backup Utility Version 2.0 Updated … Read moreUpdated Fling(s) for December

VMware on AWS (re:Invent) update

At VMworld 2017 in Barcelona, VMware announced the availability of VMware on AWS. I also wrote a blog post about it.  At AWS re:Invent 2017 in November in Las Vegas, VMware and AWS announced the expansion of the availability of VMware on AWS. It is now available in U.S. West (Oregon) region and in the AWS … Read moreVMware on AWS (re:Invent) update

Free E-Book: Cloud Native Infrastructure

Learn How to Create Infrastructure Capable of Cloud Native Application Management Cloud native infrastructure is more than servers, network, and storage in the cloud—it is as much about operational hygiene as it is about elasticity and scalability. In this book, you’ll learn practices, patterns, and requirements for creating infrastructure that meets your needs, capable of … Read moreFree E-Book: Cloud Native Infrastructure

New fling: Cross vCenter Workload Migration Utility

Summary This Fling allows users to easily migrate virtual machines in bulk from a graphical user interface between vCenter Servers (same & different SSO Domains supported) using the Cross-vCenter vMotion feature. Key Features Completely UI-driven workflow for VM migration Provides REST API for managing migration operations Works with vCenter not a part of the same … Read moreNew fling: Cross vCenter Workload Migration Utility

New Fling: Simple Natural Language Processing for iOS

Summary Simple Natural Language Processing for iOS provides developers with a convenient framework for integrating Natural Language Processing (NLP) into their iOS Apps. When the developer provides a set of training phrases, Simple NLP will use Naïve Bayes Classification to predict the intent of an unfamiliar phrase and extract parameters such as a person’s name … Read moreNew Fling: Simple Natural Language Processing for iOS

Updated Fling(s) for November

In November the following seven Flings were updated this month: Cross vCenter VM Mobility – CLI VMFork for pyVmomi HCIBench ESXi Embedded Host Client vSphere HTML5 Web Client Horizon Toolbox Desktop Watermark Cross vCenter VM Mobility – CLI Version 1.4 While migrating multiple vms with destination network option, only one vm used to get migrated.This … Read moreUpdated Fling(s) for November

Ebook series: Kubernetes

Two ebooks about Kubernetes The state of the Kubernetes Ecosystem Kubernetes emerged from a need to run cloud-native applications on a massively scaled network, and that’s exactly what it’s enabling its growing user base to do. The demand for platforms that can run web-scalable workloads means Kubernetes is increasingly under consideration by IT engineering teams, … Read moreEbook series: Kubernetes

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