Vladan Seget
Vladan Seget
IT and Virtualization consultant, owner of vladan.fr - ESX Virtualization - one of the top independent virtualization blogs. VCAP5-DCA/DCD, VCP4/5

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Posted by Vladan Seget on September 22, 2022
New VMware Multi Cloud Management Solution Called Aria

Recently, at VMware EXPLORE 2022, the virtualization vendor announced a new product called VMware Aria. The new service is a multi-cloud management solution. It allows you to centralize multi-cloud operation in one console that has a single view for deployment, management, automation and cost management of your cloud-based environment.

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Posted by Vladan Seget on August 30, 2022
VMware vSphere 8 Announced – The Details

Moving forward with its ecosystem, VMware EXPLORE has just announced the coming of vSphere 8 later this year. As per usual, there are all kinds of changes coming. This time, however, more focus is placed on management and lifecycle simplification and unification. Changes will affect services like VMware Tanzu, ESXi, vCenter Recovery, and others.

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Posted by Vladan Seget on August 4, 2022
Windows 11 22H2 Test Installation and new features

Windows 11 22H2, aka Sun Valley 2, is the latest release of the Windows 11 Operating System (OS). Bringing new promising features, it provides the users with lots of possibilities that are definitely worth looking at.

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Posted by Vladan Seget on July 12, 2022
How to use Microsoft Deployment Toolkit to deploy Windows 11 within your organization

Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) is one of the tools you can use to install the vendor’s operating systems, including Windows Server, Windows 10 and 11. You will be able to personalize the deployment configuration and then carry it out over your business’ network. Once you’ve worked on the desired setup, the rest is straightforward.

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Posted by Vladan Seget on June 28, 2022
How to use Cockpit to Manage Linux Server with Ease

Cockpit graphical user interface (GUI) provides all the basic configs for Linux server management without the need for text-based commands. Working in an enterprise, for an admin, will most likely mean working in a heterogeneous IT environment. Frequently, Windows services will be primary, so managing a Linux server can be a bit of a drag for someone who’s not too well-versed in it.

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Posted by Vladan Seget on June 14, 2022
VMware Skyline Advisor Pro – Free for VMware Customers

VMware Skyline Advisor Pro is a new platform for collecting broad data and revealing contextual insights into your vSphere environment. The online service allows collecting data from your entire IT infrastructure, peer into how different product interactions behave, capture patterns, trends, events, and configs, and then design compliance around that.

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Posted by Vladan Seget on June 2, 2022
VMware GuestStore Framework and GlobalConf configuration at scale

VMware GuestStore enables you to distribute virtual machine (VM) agents, configuration files, VMware Tools upgrades, and custom content from a single shared repository. This way, you can ensure that the content within your vSphere environment is always consistent and correctly distributed, also thanks to the GlobalConf feature.

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Posted by Vladan Seget on May 26, 2022
Advanced Cross vCenter Server vMotion with different SSO domains now enhanced starting vSphere 7.0 U3c

Cross vCenter Server vMotion has been greatly enhanced in vSphere 7.0 Updates U3c. For one, it’s now been integrated into the vSphere web client, which makes it much easier to access and operate. But, among its new updates, one stands out the most: the ability to execute a clone bulk operation between vCenter servers with different SSO domains.

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Posted by Vladan Seget on May 19, 2022
New VMware Cloud Console Services for Google Cloud VMware Engine

VMware further integrates its services with various cloud providers. This time, VMware Cloud Console received an update with regards to Google. Notably, you can now use it to access Google Cloud VMware Engine, which is a service managed by Google that enables running the VMware platform directly in Google Cloud once connected.

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Posted by Vladan Seget on May 3, 2022
What is VMware Dynamic Environment Manager and How it helps with OS configuration?

The software provides the ability to configure the entirety of a user’s profile at scale. It’s designated for cloud desktops, physical desktops, virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) with VMware Horizon, and remote desktop services (RDS). You can configure the entirety of the user’s experience as well as the desired relevant OS settings.

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