Posted by Florent Appointaire on February 2, 2023
Access Azure Bastion without opening the portal

Azure Bastion is a useful service that allows connecting to a VM using only your browser and access to the Azure Portal. However, it is possible to create a shareable link to the required VM and provide access directly to a user.

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Posted by Alex Samoylenko on January 31, 2023
VMware Horizon 8 version 2212: Apps on Demand Technology For Published Apps

VMware App Volumes is a part of the VMware Horizon‘s Apps on Demand feature, which allows delivering apps to virtual desktops on demand. Instead of mounting VMDK with apps, dynamic mounting of the volumes starts only when you use an application. Now, Apps on Demand for published app environments extends this functionality to the apps published by Horizon Apps, Citrix Virtual Apps, and Microsoft Remote Desktop Session Host (RDSH)/terminal.

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Posted by Brandon Lee on January 26, 2023
Feature Update Profiles and Expedited Quality Updates added to Intune

Updating your various Windows systems can be quite a chore. Microsoft knows that as well. Luckily, it added new features to its endpoint cloud-based management solution, Intune, which allows you to prioritize important security updates. It’s a great new addition that you can test out right now.

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Posted by Didier Van Hoye on January 24, 2023
Patterns with Azure VWAN – routing application gateway traffic to a Private Endpoint – Introduction

Despite vendors like Microsoft automating many processes in their solutions, including network configuration, vulnerabilities may still threaten your security. For example, you still need some fine-tuning when routing traffic via an App Gateway to a private backend application in an Azure VWAN environment.

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Posted by Vladan Seget on January 19, 2023
VMware Imager 2.1 to automate install and deployment VM images

People like to oversimplify the comparison of any two things, but this is not as apparent when it comes to software. VMware Imager Fling and Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) can both automate VM image deployment. However, configuration and requirement differences reveal that they are, in fact, more suitable for different use cases.

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Posted by Brandon Lee on January 17, 2023
Azure VMware Solution recent updates late 2022

During Microsoft Ignite 2022, the leading vendors announced many Azure features that align with the latest VMware vSphere updates. Mix and match both worlds to suit your business and technology needs.

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Posted by Nicolas Prigent on January 12, 2023
Connecting VMware vSphere with Azure Arc

Azure Arc enables you to extend Azure management capabilities to non-Microsoft services, including VMware vSphere. It allows you to have a better grasp on monitoring and management of your diverse IT environment. This service further supports the hybrid and multi-cloud vector that data management has seemingly been taking over the past years.

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Posted by Florent Appointaire on January 10, 2023
Give access to specific logs in a log analytics workspace

Log Analytics Workspace is a handy Microsoft service that allows you to view your Azure logs from a unified space contextually. Accessing logs isn’t as easy as it sounds, and singling out the ones you really want may prove tricky. Luckily, you can have all your desired logs in the palm of your hand with said service.

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Posted by Karim Buzdar on January 5, 2023
Upgrade from Rocky Linux 8.x to Rocky Linux 9.0?

Rocky Linux is one of the most popular Linux distros out there. Developed by Rocky Enterprise Software Foundation, it is a binary-compatible release that uses the Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system source code. Its latest release is supposed to be installed from scratch on a separate machine. However, there are ways to remedy that.

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Posted by Alex Samoylenko on January 3, 2023
Learn From Your Mistakes: VMware vSphere IA/GA

As one of the oldest virtualization technology vendors, VMware has had its fair share of ups and downs along the way. At VMware Explore 2022, the company introduced a way to fix the long-time complications with bugs in their major updates – IA/GA (Initial Availability/General Availability) model. It is a part of their latest VMware vSphere 8 release.

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