I’m happy to announce that my little project to automate collecting Horizon View Client logs for Mac OS X has been published to VMware Flings!
In this post, we’ll be upgrading an HA Cluster of Workspace Portal 2.1.1 to vIDM 2.4 per the official documentation instructions. Some technical knowledge of pgAdmin and other tools is assumed in the official guide, so hopefully this post can help fill the gaps.
VMware Identity Manager (vIDM) is the exciting next evolution of Workspace Portal, a critical piece within the Horizon Suite providing application provisioning, self-service catalog, conditional access controls and Single Sign-On (SSO) for SaaS, web, cloud and native mobile applications.
Today VMware released the next evolution of the Workspace Portal (FKA Horizon Workspace) which is now introducing itself as VMware Identity Manager, or vIDM for short.
What an exciting week it’s been for VMware, its partners and customers. VMware showed the industry that it’s Ready for Any through its strong technology offerings, leading IT into tomorrow. As VMworld San Francisco concludes, check out the overall impact this amazing conference achieved
VMware has a nice KB for collecting diagnostic data for View Products, but the Mac section is a little lacking. As a result, I’ve often times had to work with Admins and their end-users to try and schedule times we were all available just to collect a simple log bundle.
Highlights from VMworld 2015 Day 3!
Highlights from VMworld 2015 Day 2!