App Volumes Automated Entitlement Replication
Mar05

App Volumes Automated Entitlement Replication

Deploying App Volumes in a multi-site scenario takes proper planning and consideration. You need to consider a lot of different factors that will influence the level of availability. For example, how quickly must your users be up and running in case the main site goes down? VMware explains the two main options for an App Volumes multi-site deployment in the VMware Horizon 7 Enterprise Edition Multi-Site Reference Architecture. The...

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Managing Microsoft Office 365 in Non-Persistent VDI
Mar05

Managing Microsoft Office 365 in Non-Persistent VDI

Customers moving towards a model of non-persistent virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) realize the benefits of this approach over persistent VDI. For one, non-persistent VDI allows IT to easily set up pools of desktops that can revert back to an original state after being used, instead of having to manage each individual persistent desktop throughout its lifecycle. Another benefit with a non-persistent model is the reduction in...

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VMware Unified Access Gateway Technical Deep Dive
Mar05

VMware Unified Access Gateway Technical Deep Dive

The VMware Unified Access Gateway (formerly called Access Point) is a platform that provides secure edge services and access to defined resources that reside in the internal network. This allows authorized, external users to access internally located resources in a secure manner. This blog and the accompanying videos give an overview of the Unified Access Gateway. We also cover deployment requirements, options and demonstrations...

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Farewell, vCenter Server for Windows
Mar02

Farewell, vCenter Server for Windows

VMware plans to deprecate vCenter Server for Windows with the next numbered release (not update release) of vSphere.  The next version of vSphere will be the terminal release for which vCenter Server for Windows will be available. Why Is VMware deprecating vCenter Server for Windows? VMware is consistently striving to simplify data center administration and lifecycle management for IT.  One way to achieve this goal is by simplifying...

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VMware Horizon 7.4 Network Ports for Cloud Pod Architecture
Mar01

VMware Horizon 7.4 Network Ports for Cloud Pod Architecture

Earlier this month (January 2018) VMware released Horizon 7.4, and with that I wanted to share some updates in regard to the network port requirements. My good colleagues over in the EUC Technical Marketing team are doing a fine job of maintaining the diagram and have recently published a white paper PDF which you’ll find here. It’s a beast of a document and highly recommended if you are deploying a VMware Horizon architecture in your...

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