VMware

Improve Telehealth Patient Care with High Performing Virtual Workspaces Running on Citrix or VMware

Watch and learn how Goliath Technologies is helping health systems anticipate, troubleshoot, and document performance issues in order to deliver better user experiences across their EHR and virtual workspace environments.

How to Report on Remote Worker Productivity and Experiences on Citrix or VMware Horizon

Learn how Goliath can help you better document the end-user productivity experience for your home workers using Citrix or VMware Horizon with end-user productivity and activity reports, experience reports tracking logon speeds, and other key performance indicators, and overall IT Performance for host, VMs, and storage.
blue medora

Our Next Chapter - Major Announcements From Blue Medora

For the past 6 years, we’ve built a strong partnership with VMware to deliver dozens of our metric monitoring integrations to VMware vRealize® Operations customers. Over that time, the True Visibility Suite of products has become a critical piece of the vRealize Operations landscape. It unlocks the power of vRealize Operations for customers looking to manage their entire enterprise stack from a single tool.

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vSphere 7 with Kubernetes Network Service, Part 2: Tanzu Kubernetes Cluster

vSphere 7 with Kubernetes enables operations teams to deliver both infrastructure and application services as part of the core platform. The Network service provides automation of software-defined networking to both the Kubernetes clusters embedded in vSphere and Tanzu Kubernetes clusters deployed through the Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Service for vSphere.

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Upgrading Kubernetes the Easy Way with Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Service for vSphere

Lifecycle management is one of the most complicated components of Kubernetes. In a past article, we showed how to modify a cluster to change the type and size of its nodes. In this post, we will explain how to upgrade the Kubernetes version of a Tanzu Kubernetes cluster when there is a new release. And the best part is that it’s all done in just a few easy steps using the Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Service for vSphere.

wandera

Enabling a unified security strategy for VMware Workspace ONE customers

With each new technology that’s adopted by the enterprise, the security team needs to figure out how to protect it. Recent waves of digital transformation resulted in even more enterprise assets that needed to be protected and niche security tools that needed to be managed. It is not uncommon for a security operations team to manage a suite of disparate tools that help them to secure different assets within the enterprise.

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VMware Management Pack Update Release (20.5.1899.0)

The third update release for 2020 of our VMware Management Pack for Operations Manager is now released. Improvements include better performance, extended discoveries of properties, and vSAN monitoring. We also simplified the configuration and licensing experience and moved everything under the administration pane. This will require you to remove the old Licensing UI Management Packs before upgrading.

vmware tanzu

Dissecting a Tanzu Kubernetes Cluster Spec with the TKG Service for vSphere

This post is part of a series that examines some of the fundamentals of creating, utilizing, and managing Tanzu Kubernetes clusters with the Tanzu Kubernetes Grid (TKG) Service for vSphere. If you need a primer to understand the basic concepts, make sure you read vSphere 7 — Introduction to Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Clusters. And if you haven’t already, this would also be a good time to read An Elevated View of the Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Service Architecture, the first post in the series.

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Why an OS Monitoring tool is not sufficient for Monitoring VMware and Other Virtualization Technologies

You have management software that you’ve used for your Linux or Windows servers. Can’t you just deploy a Linux agent and monitor a VMware vSphere/ESX server, or a Windows agent to monitor a Microsoft Hyper-V server? This is a very common question that comes up in any discussion on VMware monitoring and virtualization management. After all, when a VMware ESX server boots, the administrator gets to a Linux login prompt and can login to a Linux operating system.