Monthly Archives: August 2012

EUC1453 – Managing from the Middle with Horizon

The Post-PC world is not Mac vs Windows.  It is all about the changes of multi-device, data mobility & anywhere access.  As such applications and means of access need to change. Complexity for end clients has gotten much more complicated … Continue reading

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INF-SEC1840 – ESXi Hardening Guide and Security Practices

The ESXi Hardening guide started in the 2.x days.  It was originally a best practices document around security.  In the 4.x, VMware started breaking it into categories of information.   Improvements over the years.   Some feedback on the 4.x guide is … Continue reading

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INF-VSP1365 – Software Defined Security & Networking

The 4 main layers of making Software Defined Networking & Security work from Bottom Up is Abstraction Pooling Service Insertion Administration Today our networking and security structures are built around the physical entities that we setup.   As such the design … Continue reading

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Keynote Day 2 – Herrod and Future of End User Computing

Today’s Keynote is all about the End User Computing experience and the Battle of the Platinum partners. Branch in a box through the View Rapid Deployment Program.   Take an appliance, some configuration and deploy as many workstations as you need. … Continue reading

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Keynote VMworld 2012 – Day 1 – Right Here Right Now

In the past I did live blogging and it was an interesting thing to do.  Realistically it wasn’t a great experience for those watching and for me writing it.  Now a days, they are streaming live with VMware NOW and … Continue reading

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