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Hi everyone, third newsletter of 2020 already and almost the end of January, so much news! This week we have TAM Webinars, new KB articles, Security Advisories, Kubernetes updates and more. One of the questions I have been getting recently is how to get started with Kubernetes. There are so many resources and guides, the list is endless. To help getting started I always recommend the following.

In addition you might want to take a look at the VMware offerings at cloud.vmware.com where you will find information on things such as PKS (Pivotal) and more related to Kubernetes. I hope you find these useful to get started and also suggest discussing with your TAM or VMware representative.

Until the next edition...
Virtually Yours
VMware TAM Team

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February 2020 – Deep Dive into vROps Self-Driving Operations and Troubleshooting

Date: Thursday, February 13th
Time: 11:00am EST/ 10:00am CST/ 8:00am PST
Duration: 1.5 Hour
Synopsis:
This session will review the tenets of vRealize Operations Manager 8.0 and explore the Self-Driving functionality and features found in the new Troubleshooting Workbench.
Guest speaker:
John Dias – Senior Technical Marketing Architect, Cloud Management BU
Registration Link:
https://VMware.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_YiUemqi5RUisqIC9zzHMOw

SECURITY ADVISORY

VMSA-2020-0002 - VMware Tools workaround addresses a local privilege escalation vulnerability (CVE-2020-3941)
Impacted Products: VMware Tools for Windows (VMware Tools)

NEWS AND DEVELOPMENTS FROM VMWARE

Open Source Blog

Network Virtualization Blog

vSphere Blog

Cloud management Blog

Cloud Native Blog

EUC Blog

Cloud Foundation Blog

EXTERNAL NEWS FROM 3RD PARTY BLOGGERS

Virtually Ghetto

ESX Virtualization

Cormac Hogan

Scott's Weblog

vSphere-land

NTPRO.NL

Virten.net

vEducate.co.uk

vSwitchZero

vNinja

VMExplorer

KB Articles


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