Monday, September 29. 2014
Thursday, July 31. 2014
This free (2 hours self paced) eLearning course on VMware Mirage [V5.X] will provide you with a fundamental understanding of VMware Mirage, including the business challenges that this product intends to solve.
At the end of this course, you should be able to:
- Explain how VMware Mirage works.
- Describe the process of installing VMware Mirage.
- Describe the process of configuring VMware Mirage.
- List the key business challenges and solutions offered by VMware Mirage.
- Describe the administrator tasks in VMware Mirage.
- Describe the end user tasks in VMware Mirage.
- List the VMware Mirage target use cases.
- Local Analyze/Optimize
- Rempte Analyze/Optimize
- Optimization History
- Updated templates for Windows 7/8 – based on VMware’s OS Optimization Guide
- New templates for Windows 2008/2012 RDSH servers for use as a desktop
- Single portal EXE design for ease of deployment and distribution
- Combination of Remote and Local tools into one tool
- Better template management, with built in and user-definable templates
- Results report export feature.
Friday, July 25. 2014
In this session Rawlinson Rivera, Sr Technical Marketing Architect; will cover Horizon 6 integration points with Virtual SAN as well as the ease, streamline management and implementation capabilities for virtual desktop infrastructures.
Tuesday, July 22. 2014
Extensive user experience and operations testing, including Login VSI desktop performance and VMware View Planner testing on 400 desktops, revealed world-class performance at an extremely low cost. VMware Virtual SAN technology allows easy scalability while maintaining superior performance at a competitive price point.
Wednesday, July 16. 2014
Virtual SAN enables the rapid provisioning of storage within VMware vCenter as part of virtual machine creation and deployment operations.
The distributed datastore of Virtual SAN is an object-store file system that leverages the vSphere Storage Policy–Based Management (SPBM) framework to deliver application-centric storage services and capabilities that are centrally managed through vSphere virtual machine storage policies.
This document focuses on the definitions, sizing guidelines, and characteristics of the Virtual SAN distributed datastore for Horizon View virtual desktop infrastructures.
Wednesday, July 9. 2014
Installing and Configuring View Agent Direct-Connection Plug-In for VMware Horizon with View: Step-by-Step Guide
It is intended for use in specific View deployments that work without a full View Connection Server available. There are no changes required to Horizon Clients or the View Agent for this to work. All currently supported Horizon Clients from VMware and from third-party vendors are supported with View Agent Direct-Connection Plugin.
The virtual desktop can be joined to an Active Directory domain, but it can also operate without Active Directory if required and users can log in with local desktop credentials instead. Figure 1 shows the deployment
Wednesday, July 2. 2014
Sunday, June 29. 2014
Moving forward this lab will be the base lab for VMworld including other modules such as Virtual SAN integration, troubleshooting, and much more!
Tuesday, June 24. 2014
The release of View 6 delivers a number of important new features and enhancements:
- Hosted Apps and Desktops
- Cloud Pod Architecture
- View integration with VMware Virtual SAN technology
- Local Mode Removal
Monday, June 23. 2014
Key Considerations in Choosing a Zero Client Environment for View Virtual Desktops in VMware Horizon
The specific example used here for the virtual desktop infrastructure is VMware Horizon with View, with the PCoIP protocol. In this context, zero clients are discussed as the preferred client to meet many needs.
Wednesday, June 11. 2014
At the end of this course, you should be able to explain the key features of Horizon 6 and describe the enhancements to the different product areas — View, Workspace, and Mirage.