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VMware Horizon Cloud on Azure Now Support Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD)

Windows Virtual Desktop is a solution providing by Microsoft, a platform that combines cloud-native resources with specific product entitlements to deliver a virtual desktop and application experience that resides only in Microsoft Azure. VMware has partnered with Microsoft to extend the features of Windows Virtual Desktop to Horizon Cloud on Microsoft Azure. VMware has announced […]

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VMware vSphere 7.0 Is Generally Available

VMware has announced its latest version of vSphere on March 10th, 2010 which  I have shared in my previous blog post VMware VSphere 7 Released. With vSphere 7.0 release many new capabilities and features available which are very useful to implement technologies like Kubernetes in the single management domain. Today VMware made vSphere 7.0 generally […]

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Working from Home Using VMware Horizon On-Premises Solution – In COVID-19 Situation

Due to the recent COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, many organizations came with working from home strategies for their employees. There are organizations will have a strict corporate policy, hardware or the data of employee’s computer cannot leave the company premises. Setting up a full VDI solution involves many stages such as new hardware, network, installing all […]

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VMware vSphere 7 Released

On March 10, 2020, VMware announced the latest version of vSphere, VMware vSphere 7, with that they announced expanding Tanzu to releasing vSAN 7. With this new release, there are many new features and capabilities, one of the key features is native support for Kubernetes which allows you to run containers and VMs on the […]

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VMware New Per-CPU Licensing Model Announced

VMware has announced their new  Licensing model on February 3, 2020, from April 2, 2020, all per-CPU licensed products will be limited to 32 physical cores per CPU license. Most of the new 64-core processors will require the purchase of 2 CPU licenses for each processor going forward and this change affects all per-CPU licensed […]

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VMware Cloud Foundation 3.9.1 Is Generally Available

VMware has announced the general availability of VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) 3.9.1, introducing support for Application Virtual Networks, API support for multiple physical NICs and vSphere Distributed switches, and improvements to Cloud Builder and Developer Center. What’s New with VCF 3.9.1 Application Virtual Networks Application Virtual Networks (AVN) are software-defined overlay networks that lay the […]

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VMware vSphere 6.0 End of Life – March 12, 2020

The new Year 2020 is started, and we are expecting many products will announce and release their new versions, features, etc. Same time there some products that will go for the end of life, vSphere 6.0 end of life is coming along very soon. Many organizations are already migrated their VMware infrastructure from vSphere 6.0 […]

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