VMware Ports and Protocols tools

VMware Ports and Protocols

Let’s have a look at VMware Ports and Protocols tools and their benefits for the users. It helps you to discover what Ports are needed by VMware Products and Solutions. The VMware Ports and Protocols tool is a portal that enables you to view all the ports needed by various VMware products, solutions, and services … Read more

VMware Tools 11.2.1 Release Notes

VMware Tools 11.2.1 Release Notes

In this blogpost, We’ll see the documentation of VMware tools 11.2.1 release notes. What’s New VMware Tools 11.2.1 version addresses only two Windows graphics issues that are mentioned in the Resolved Issues section. The non-windows users who have already installed VMware Tools 11.2.0 version, need not upgrade to the 11.2.1 version. VMware Tools 11.2.1 supports the following guest operating systems  … Read more

VMware ESXi 7.0 Update 1c Release Notes

VMware ESXi 7.0 Update 1c Release Notes are important information to get in and out of the ESXi 7.0 Update 1c. Let’s see what is new and noticeable for you. What is new in ESXi 7.0 U1c ESXi 7.0 Update 1c supports vSphere Quick Boot on the following servers: Cisco Systems Inc: HX240C-M5SD HXAF240C-M5SD UCSC-C240-M5SD Dell … Read more

Advanced Cross vCenter Server vMotion Capability in vSphere 7 Update 1c

VMware has released vSphere 7 update 1c. It has features to do a cross vCenter migration of the virtual machine objects known as Advanced Cross vCenter Server vMotion (XVM). The detailed information can be seen below as taken from VMware’s blogpost. Overview The Advanced Cross vCenter Server vMotion (XVM) capability was one of the most … Read more

Most Popular VMware Virtual Hands-on Labs of 2020

Most Popular VMware Virtual Hands-On Labs Of 2020

VMware has tweeted recently with the most popular VMware Virtual Hands-on Labs of 2020. These HOL’s can be enjoyed by learning the great products and technologies from VMware. They have mentioned the same in a blog post on VMware Blogs. The Labs are following: Getting Started with App and Desktop Virtualization on VMware Horizon Technical … Read more

VMware Carbon Black Cloud macOS Sensor installer updates address file overwrite issue (CVE-2020-4008)

VMware ESXi Vulnerabilities CVE-2020-4004 ansd CVE-2020-4005

A file overwrite issue affecting the installation of the Carbon Black Cloud Sensor for macOS, was privately reported to VMware. The issue has been addressed in the latest version of the installer. VMware has launched an advisory on this with Advisory ID: VMSA-2020-0028. It was issued on 2020-12-15 with CVE(s): CVE-2020-4008 and CVSSv3 Range: 3.6 … Read more

What is Sync?

What is Sync?

Sync.com is a cloud service that makes it easy for users to access and share their files from virtually any computer, phone, or mobile device – without giving up their right to privacy. Sync.com makes it easy to keep your files safe, secure and 100% private. Once a user has created an account and installed … Read more

The future of CentOS Linux is CentOS Stream – RedHat

CentOS Stream

As the title says ‘The future of CentOS Linux is CentOS Stream’. Why because IBM owned RedHat is shifting their investment fully from CentOS Linux to CentOS Stream. They are killing support for CentOS Linux and further will work on CentOS Stream under The CentOS Project. The CentOS Project is a community-driven free software effort … Read more

Actifio is acquired by Google Cloud Business Unit

Google and Actifio

Actifio is acquired by the Google Cloud business unit. This would be a strategic move by the Google Cloud and will help in Business continuity and Backup solution which is a top priority for enterprise IT organizations. In a tweet, They said, ” We’re excited to announce we’ve entered into an agreement to acquire backup … Read more