Several years ago I published a VMware Fling called Ubuntu OVA for Horizon. At that time, Linux in Horizon was still fairly new and not particularly popular. With the recent Windows 7 EOL and complications of managing Windows 10, many organizations are finding themselves interested in providing Linux as a Virtual Desktop. Additionally, I’m seeing rising interest in providing Linux environments to developers as Kubernetes is taking off and IT administrators are looking for ways to manage developer access to resources.
I hope you find this post helpful. My system is running Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS with an AMD Ryzen 5 2400g and a separate Radeon RX 570 GPU.
Sharing some information about the notice that the VMware Product team sent regarding an issue that could potentially impact your vROPs instance causing the tool to become inoperable.
VMworld US 2019 Day 2 has already come and gone, and with it, more developments and exciting action.
VMworld US 2019 Day 1 is in the books along with a slew of exciting announcements and developments. Expanded partnerships in hybrid cloud, VMware Tanzu preview, and enhancements to Workspace ONE are just a few of the major announcements that help position VMware as a critical player in today’s Enterprise.
In this post I’ll cover the process of upgrading Seafile Server from 6.3.4 to 7.0.4. You’ll be surprised how simple it actually is!
Earlier this year I bought a Zmodo Greet Pro Smart Doorbell. It was cheap, didn’t require a monthly subscription, and had relatively decent reviews. It was a breeze to install, and had it up and running the day it arrived. Fast forward about 1.5 months, and something weird happened.
If your business happens to utilize VMware Horizon for VDI, and vRealize Operations (vROPs) for infrastructure monitoring, insight, and capacity planning, you may also be a business that uses the vROPs for Horizon Adapter (V4H) to bring that level of insight into your virtual desktop infrastructure.