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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
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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]

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