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VMware TAM Source 11.11

Posted by nisserow Jul 30, 2019



FROM THE EDITORS VIRTUAL DESK
Hi everyone, we are less than 2 months away from VMworld 2019 and the return to the event being held back in San Francisco. If you haven't already done so I suggest heading over to the main VMworld site. There you will find all of the information that you need if you are planning on attending, as well as if you require any further information to justify your attendance at this great event. The main US site is here. In addition to this I hope you are already communicating with your VMware TAM and/or account team and are beginning to plan your VMworld event schedule as this is the best way to ensure that you make full use of your valuable time at the event. Your TAM will be able to help you with many aspects of the event planning from sessions to meetings with VMware.

It has been a few weeks since our last newsletter and we have had a bit of a break for the 4th of July holiday in the US so I hope you take some time to read through the entire newsletter as I am sure you will find lots of really useful information.

Virtually Yours
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TAM Customer Webinar
July 2019 – What’s New in vSphere Replication and Site Recovery Manager 8.2

Date: Thursday, July  11th
Time: 11:00am EST/ 10:00am CST/ 8:00am PST
Duration: 1.5 Hour
Synopsis:
Join us to learn about the significant changes in the recently released version of vSphere Replication and Site Recovery Manager 8.2.
Guest speaker:
Cato Grace – Senior Technical Marketing Architect
Registration Link:
https://vmware.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_hWNQWBbqS7S_JF6FsTtsJA

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While I do my best to publish unbiased information specifically related to VMware solutions there is always the possibility of blog posts that are unrelated, competitive or potentially conflicting that may creep into the newsletter. I apologize for this in advance if I offend anyone and do my best to ensure this does not happen. Please get in touch if you feel any inappropriate material has been published. All information in this newsletter is copyright of the original author. If you are an author and wish to no longer be used in this newsletter please get in touch.

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VMware TAM Source 11.9

Posted by nisserow Jul 30, 2019



FROM THE EDITORS VIRTUAL DESK
Hi everyone, this week I have something really exciting to share with you. We have just had released the "Forrester Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) Study for VMware TAM". As a TAM this is really great news and I want to make sure that you and your colleagues get this report and share it. This is a fantastic report on how the VMware TAM program delivers unparalleled value to our VMware TAM customers. Here is some more information and direct links.

"The study found a 301% ROI, less than 6 month payback, and $2.8M NPV from the VMware TAM service over a 3 year time period.  Customers cited multiple benefits, including better access to VMware resources, better strategic planning, and better VMware solution utilization and performance." - Andy Nederveld, Americas TAM Practice Lead.

Forrester Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) Study for VMware TAM
Direct link to the full PDF report!

Please download, read and share this valuable resource with your peers and colleagues, and let your VMware TAM or VMware account team know if you wish to receive any further information, or feel free to email us directly at tamsource@vmware.com and we would be pleased to help you in any way that we can.

Onwards to all of the news from the past 2 weeks. Have a fantastic week ahead and thank you for your support.

Virtually Yours
VMware TAM Team

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WEBINARS
The True Tale of How VMware IT Live-Migrated 4000+ VMs

When: Jun 11, 2019 9:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)
VMware IT just completed moving its most critical production workloads to an entirely different physical data center, with a mere four hours of downtime. We will showcase this fascinating story of data center lifecycle including challenges and lessons learned. We will share the critical roles that planning and prioritization play, and our key strategies on moving the related infrastructure and services along with the workload. We will also review how we prepared our network to facilitate this migration, and how we leveraged a minimum of downtime to unravel the complexity.
Register Here

vROps 7.5 Application Monitoring
Date: Thursday, June 13th
Time: 11:00am EST/ 10:00am CST/ 8:00am PST
Duration: 1.5 Hour
Synopsis:
John Dias, Sr. Technical Marketing Manager in the CMBU will demonstrate the big changes in application monitoring that were delivered with vROps 7.5, what’s new, and what you need to be aware of if using EPOPS
Guest speakers:
John Dias – Senior Technical Marketing Manager (Cloud Management Business Unit)
Registration Link:
Register Here

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DISCLAIMER
While I do my best to publish unbiased information specifically related to VMware solutions there is always the possibility of blog posts that are unrelated, competitive or potentially conflicting that may creep into the newsletter. I apologize for this in advance if I offend anyone and do my best to ensure this does not happen. Please get in touch if you feel any inappropriate material has been published. All information in this newsletter is copyright of the original author. If you are an author and wish to no longer be used in this newsletter please get in touch.

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VMware TAM Source 11.10

Posted by nisserow Jul 30, 2019



FROM THE EDITORS VIRTUAL DESK
Hi everyone, as we are heading into the 2nd half of 2019 I am pleased to announce that the VMworld US 2019 Content Catalog has been released online. This is great for those wanting to see what sessions they can look forward to at this years VMworld in the US. It is also equally great for those on the fence and not certain if the content they were expecting will be shown. As of this write up there were 700+ sessions listed so I am sure that pretty much every topic possible will be covered, from introductory level 100 thru the most advanced level 400 sessions. Head over to the catalog here and take a look for yourself.

I wish you all a fantastic week ahead.

Virtually Yours
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DISCLAIMER
While I do my best to publish unbiased information specifically related to VMware solutions there is always the possibility of blog posts that are unrelated, competitive or potentially conflicting that may creep into the newsletter. I apologize for this in advance if I offend anyone and do my best to ensure this does not happen. Please get in touch if you feel any inappropriate material has been published. All information in this newsletter is copyright of the original author. If you are an author and wish to no longer be used in this newsletter please get in touch.

© 2019 VMware Inc. All rights reserved.
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VMware TAM Source 11.7

Posted by nisserow Jul 30, 2019



FROM THE EDITORS VIRTUAL DESK
Hi everyone, it has been a while since we had a VMware TAM Newsletter, the 8th of April to be exact. We try and do a newsletter every 2 weeks but sometimes, on rare occasions we have to move that schedule out a bit. But fear not, this week we have a great edition with lots of catch up news for you. One of the items I would like to point out is our TAM Customer Webinar series. We try and promote the latest of these in each newsletter, depending on timing, and this edition is no different. These are amazing sessions which I encourage you to register for and attend, you will not be disappointed.

This week we also have a new VMware Security Advisory since our last update to take note of in case you are affected, and require mitigation. Here is some further info:
VMSA-2019-0006
VMware ESXi, Workstation and Fusion updates address multiple out-of-bounds read vulnerabilities.
CVE numbers: CVE-2019-5516, CVE-2019-5517, CVE-2019-5520

Today I would like to introduce you to VMware Cloud Solutions omg Azure. There is currently 2 planned services for Azure, with one of these rolling out now and another planned for this year. If you are investigating a cloud strategy and are a VMware customer then this is a great place to start to get more information on this service and how it may benefit you. Head on over here for more, and chat to you VMware TAM or VMware account team who can assist.

Finally VMware made a number of announcements today at Dell World in Last Vegas. Here are the links to the major announcements:
VMware Transforms Data Center and Edge Infrastructure with VMware Cloud on Dell EMC
Dell Technologies Cloud Accelerates Customers’ Multi-Cloud Journey

We will cover these and more in greater detail in an upcoming newsletter.

I wish you all a wonderful week ahed until our next VMware TAM Newsletter.

Virtually Yours
VMware TAM Team

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TAM CUSTOMER WEBINAR
May 2019 – SDDC Best Practices: Why Use VMware Validated Designs (VVD) and VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF)

Date: Thursday, May 16th
Time: 11:00am EST/ 10:00am CST/ 8:00am PST
Duration: 1.5 Hour

Synopsis:
VMware Validated Designs represent best practices and provide a comprehensive, extensively-tested set of blueprints for building and operating an SDDC. VMware Cloud Foundation offers an integrated platform approach to the creation of an SDDC-based cloud. The speaker for this session will be Eddie Dinel, Senior Director of Product Management for VMware's Integrated Systems Business Unit (ISBU). In this session, Eddie will discuss how the best practices of VVD combined with the capabilities of VCF provide a standardized, scalable private cloud architecture.

Guest speaker:
Eddie Dinel – Senior Director of Product Management (ISBU)

Registration Link:
https://vmware.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_FCdeR-fqTwCf362mGD2gag

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DISCLAIMER
While I do my best to publish unbiased information specifically related to VMware solutions there is always the possibility of blog posts that are unrelated, competitive or potentially conflicting that may creep into the newsletter. I apologize for this in advance if I offend anyone and do my best to ensure this does not happen. Please get in touch if you feel any inappropriate material has been published. All information in this newsletter is copyright of the original author. If you are an author and wish to no longer be used in this newsletter please get in touch.

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VMware TAM Source 11.8

Posted by nisserow Jul 30, 2019



FROM THE EDITORS VIRTUAL DESK
Hi everyone, we have so much news and information for you this week so lets get right into it. Firstly I would like to provide information on a number of upcoming webinars that I think you will find interesting to register for and attend. You will find all of the information you need to register for these sessions below.

  • May 2019 SDDC Best Practices: Why Use VMware Validated Designs (VVD) and VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF)
  • Data Center Evacuation with VMware Cloud on AWS: Best Practices from VMware Professional Services
  • VMware Cloud on AWS
  • The True Tale of How VMware IT Live-Migrated 4000+ VMs

In addition I would like to provide you our latest VMware Security Advisory (VMSA)  for reference. Please take the time to check this for any action you might need to take and discuss with your VMware TAM or account team.

VMSA-2019-0008.html
Intel has disclosed details on speculative-execution vulnerabilities known collectively as “Microarchitectural Data Sampling (MDS)" that can occur on Intel microarchitecture prior to 2nd Generation Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processors (formerly known as Cascade Lake). These issues may allow a malicious user who can locally execute code on a system to infer data otherwise protected by architectural mechanisms.

There are four uniquely identifiable vulnerabilities associated with MDS:
·         CVE-2018-12126 - Microarchitectural Store Buffer Data Sampling (MSBDS) - CVSSv3 = 6.5
·         CVE-2018-12130 - Microarchitectural Fill Buffer Data Sampling (MFBDS) - CVSSv3 = 6.5
·         CVE-2018-12127 - Microarchitectural Load Port Data Sampling (MLPDS) - CVSSv3 = 6.5
·         CVE-2019-11091 - Microarchitectural Data Sampling Uncacheable Memory (MDSUM) - CVSSv3 = 3.8

https://www.vmware.com/security/advisories/VMSA-2019-0008.html

I wish you all a successful week ahead and look forward to sending you more news and other items of interest in the next newsletter.

Virtually Yours
VMware TAM Team

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WEBINARS
May 2019 – SDDC Best Practices: Why Use VMware Validated Designs (VVD) and VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF)
Date: Thursday, May 16th
Time: 11:00am EST/ 10:00am CST/ 8:00am PST
Duration: 1.5 Hour
Synopsis:
VMware Validated Designs represent best practices and provide a comprehensive, extensively-tested set of blueprints for building and operating an SDDC. VMware Cloud Foundation offers an integrated platform approach to the creation of an SDDC-based cloud. The speaker for this session will be Eddie Dinel, Senior Director of Product Management for VMware's Integrated Systems Business Unit (ISBU). In this session, Eddie will discuss how the best practices of VVD combined with the capabilities of VCF provide a standardized, scalable private cloud architecture.
Guest speaker:
Eddie Dinel – Senior Director of Product Management (ISBU)

Register Here

Data Center Evacuation with VMware Cloud on AWS: Best Practices from VMware Professional Services
When: Thursday, May 23rd, 2019 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PDT  /  1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EDT
Two principal architects from VMware Professional Services will share what they learned by moving 1,000 workloads in an on-premises data center to VMware Cloud on AWS in 8 weeks. With deep, hands-on experience in creating and executing successful migration plans, they will deliver practical advice on how to get out of a data center quickly, including:

  • How to build a solid strategy and execution team
  • How to accelerate your project timeline and quickly enable network extensibility
  • How to do wave planning and migration execution at scale

Register here

VMware Cloud on AWS
When:
Friday, May 24, 1pm ET
Expert speakers from VMware and Faction will cover high-level business topics, such as dominant use cases, economics and pricing, and purchasing vehicles.
In addition to these topics, our speakers will provide insights into technical concepts, including:

  • VMware Cloud Foundation
  • Software Defined Data Centers
  • Hybrid Networking
  • How you can easily extend your environment with native AWS Services

Register Here

The True Tale of How VMware IT Live-Migrated 4000+ VMs

When: Jun 11, 2019 9:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)
VMware IT just completed moving its most critical production workloads to an entirely different physical data center, with a mere four hours of downtime. We will showcase this fascinating story of data center lifecycle including challenges and lessons learned. We will share the critical roles that planning and prioritization play, and our key strategies on moving the related infrastructure and services along with the workload. We will also review how we prepared our network to facilitate this migration, and how we leveraged a minimum of downtime to unravel the complexity.

Register Here

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DISCLAIMER
While I do my best to publish unbiased information specifically related to VMware solutions there is always the possibility of blog posts that are unrelated, competitive or potentially conflicting that may creep into the newsletter. I apologize for this in advance if I offend anyone and do my best to ensure this does not happen. Please get in touch if you feel any inappropriate material has been published. All information in this newsletter is copyright of the original author. If you are an author and wish to no longer be used in this newsletter please get in touch.

© 2019 VMware Inc. All rights reserved.
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VMware TAM Source 11.5

Posted by nisserow Jul 30, 2019



FROM THE EDITORS VIRTUAL DESK
Hi everyone, from time to time we add new content in the form of vExperts and other Virtualization bloggers to our regular newsletter. This week I am pleased to add Brian Madden and his expertise as a well known virtualization blogger to our newsletter. You will find links to articles in the newsletter below in the 3rd party bloggers section.

Last newsletter I provided some information that I thought was quite important on thew VMware Cloud on AWS roadmap. This week I would like to extend that to VMware HCX (Hybrid Cloud Extensions) which is perfectly summed up as "Multi Cloud App Mobility And Infrastructure Hybridity Across Any vSphere". Head over to the home page for more info and chat to your TAM or account team for more info.

Virtually Yours
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TAM CUSTOMER WEBINARS

April 2019 – VMware vSphere 6.7 Clustering Deepdive
Date: Thursday, April 18th
Time: 11:00am EST/ 10:00am CST/ 8:00am PST
Duration: 1.5 Hour

Synopsis:
vSphere clustering is a critical component of every VMware based infrastructure. In this session the authors of the bestselling book VMware vSphere 6.7 Clustering Deepdive will take us through some of their favorite features of vSphere Clustering.

Guest speakers:
Duncan Epping - Chief Technologist / Storage & Availability
Frank Denneman - Chief Technologist / Cloud Platform
Niels Hagoort - Technical Marketing Architect / Cloud Platform

Registration Link:
https://vmware.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_tCZrumuRSN6cKPds--JjAw

 

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DISCLAIMER
While I do my best to publish unbiased information specifically related to VMware solutions there is always the possibility of blog posts that are unrelated, competitive or potentially conflicting that may creep into the newsletter. I apologize for this in advance if I offend anyone and do my best to ensure this does not happen. Please get in touch if you feel any inappropriate material has been published. All information in this newsletter is copyright of the original author. If you are an author and wish to no longer be used in this newsletter please get in touch.

© 2019 VMware Inc. All rights reserved.
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VMware TAM Source 11.6

Posted by nisserow Jul 30, 2019



FROM THE EDITORS VIRTUAL DESK
Hi everyone, as TAMs one of our regular activities is to provide our customers with personalized information related to their environment. This is an important task as it ensure that we are providing our customers with timely information on their environment with recommendations on what they should do. This has come to my attention recently with the latest updates on vSphere and vROPS as well as security advisories. These are very important as they address many issues that may affect certain situations, but also contain security fixes that have been made publicly available via our Security Advisories. Our role is to ensure that our TAM customers get this information, specifically the information related to their environment. We do this as part of our regular cadence as we have insight into the environment and are able to provide this specific and valuable information and advice to our TAM customers.

I would also like to point you to VMware Education and the many different and well regarded courses that VMware offers. I have provided information below on the new vSphere Advanced courses so go take a look.

Here are some of the announced updates:
vSphere 6.7 U2
First look at the new features of vSphere 6.7 Update 2 which deliver simplified operations, enhanced security, and support for new applications.

vROps 7.5
The biggest update for 7.5 in the capacity space is the return of the allocation capacity modeling feature that was removed in 7.0.  Check out the full "what's new" post.

Advisories:
VMware ESXi, Workstation and Fusion updates address multiple security issues.
VMware vCloud Director for Service Providers update resolves a Remote Session Hijack vulnerability

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VMWARE TAM CUSTOMER WEBINAR
April 2019 – VMware vSphere 6.7 Clustering Deepdive
Date: Thursday, April 18th
Time: 11:00am EST/ 10:00am CST/ 8:00am PST
Duration: 1.5 Hour
Synopsis:
vSphere clustering is a critical component of every VMware based infrastructure. In this session the authors of the bestselling book VMware vSphere 6.7 Clustering Deepdive will take us through some of their favorite features of vSphere Clustering.
Guest speakers:
Duncan Epping - Chief Technologist / Storage & Availability
Frank Denneman - Chief Technologist / Cloud Platform
Niels Hagoort - Technical Marketing Architect / Cloud Platform
Registration Link:
https://vmware.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_tCZrumuRSN6cKPds--JjAw

VMWARE EDUCATION
Register Customers for NEW vSphere Advanced Courses

Your customers have invested in maximizing the value of your VMware vSphere investments.  Now VMware Education Services can help your customer teams globally take their vSphere skills even father.  Our new, advanced vSphere courses are designed for Practitioners to drive deeper utilization and value of vSphere across the virtualization lifecycle.  We encourage you share with your customers about these three leading-edge vSphere Advanced Series courses and workshops – now available for registration: VMware vSphere: Advanced Troubleshooting Workshop [V6.7], VMware vSphere: Practitioner Workshop [V6.7], VMware Advanced Skills for vSphere Professional Workshop [V6.7]

NEWS AND DEVELOPMENTS FROM VMWARE

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DISCLAIMER
While I do my best to publish unbiased information specifically related to VMware solutions there is always the possibility of blog posts that are unrelated, competitive or potentially conflicting that may creep into the newsletter. I apologize for this in advance if I offend anyone and do my best to ensure this does not happen. Please get in touch if you feel any inappropriate material has been published. All information in this newsletter is copyright of the original author. If you are an author and wish to no longer be used in this newsletter please get in touch.

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