Announcing the Quick-Start Tutorial for VMware…

Announcing the Quick-Start Tutorial for VMware Horizon 8

Announcing the Quick-Start Tutorial for VMware…

We are happy to announce the publication of the Quick-Start Tutorial for VMware Horizon 8. Follow this tutorial to set up a Horizon environment that uses an on-premises VMware vSphere infrastructure. After completing the exercises, you will have several published applications and a pool of Windows 10 virtual desktops.


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VMware vSAN on Consumer-Grade SSDs – Endurance…

VMware vSAN on Consumer-Grade SSDs – Endurance…

When you are running an ESXi based homelab, you might have considered using vSAN as the storage technology of choice. Hyperconverged storages are a growing alternative to SAN-based systems in virtual environments, so using them at home will help to improve your skillset with that technology. […]


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Episode 14: Customizing OOBE with Autopilot

Episode 14: Customizing OOBE with Autopilot

Episode 14: Customizing OOBE with Autopilot

Autopilot makes OOBE easier – it allows organizations to register devices as company-owned and customize the end user experience during the onboarding process. Brooks and Adarsh cover enabling Autopilot in your environment, the various customization options available and demonstrate the experience when a user gets a brand new device.


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Celebrating VMware Tanzu’s Momentous Year, and…

Today, we’re celebrating one year as VMware Tanzu! In the last twelve months, we’ve hit several milestones, simplifying a complex ecosystem of technologies that underpin app modernization. Here’s what’s ahead.

Celebrating VMware Tanzu’s Momentous Year, and…

Against a backdrop of the global pandemic, VMware Tanzu has hit several milestones, simplifying a complex ecosystem of technologies that underpin app modernization. Here is a glimpse into what’s next.


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Can’t have more than 255 characters in VM notes…

Can’t have more than 255 characters in VM notes…

I had a question about a limit a customer was hitting with the VM notes using the vSphere (H5) Client. They noticed that whenever they got around ~260 or so characters, they could not add any characters beyond that unless they deleted some. After talking to an engineer within VMware I found out […]


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