I will be speaking at Transform!: Secure Desktop – A Horizon with NSX Jumpstart

Reading Time: < 1 minute On Tuesday 21st of November ITQ will host her Digital Transformation Event: Transform! This jam-packed event will have several ITQ, VMware, Pivotal and IBM speakers covering a range of topics such as End User Computing (EUC), (Cloud Native) Development, Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC), Hybrid Cloud and IT Transformation Services (ITTS). For more details on the awesome … Continue reading »I will be speaking at Transform!: Secure Desktop – A Horizon with NSX Jumpstart

PowerNSX: Cool Release Project Magpie

Reading Time: 3 minutes The team that brought you PowerNSX just released the ‘Minimum Viable Product’ (MVP) of project Magpie. The ‘Multi Access General Purpose Infrastructure Explorer’ is specifically designed to be modular, and by this allowing new tools to be rapidly integrated into Magpie. I instantaneously have a small flashback to the Webcommander days, but that can just be … Continue reading »PowerNSX: Cool Release Project Magpie

UAG Files: Not using the right proxy pattern breaks HTML view-client

Reading Time: 3 minutes While working at a Workspace ONE project we were implementing a Unified Access Gateways (UAG) for untrusted connections to reach the workspace. Untrusted connections could be Wifi or the big bad interweb. They have two routes, all users reaching the Workspace aka Identity Manager (vIDM Proxy and vIDM) for authentication and choosing the entitlements and … Continue reading »UAG Files: Not using the right proxy pattern breaks HTML view-client

Optimize the setup of hosted WordPress.org blog

Reading Time: 9 minutes Like I wrote about in a previous post about migrating to SiteGround, my blog was migrated from wordpress.com to a hosted wordpress.org. But that is not all about it, we still have some other activities to do to optimize this blog and to optimize WordPress setup. It takes some effort and time to find out … Continue reading »Optimize the setup of hosted WordPress.org blog

Sponsored Post: Vembu BDR Suite Free Edition latest and greatest

Reading Time: 4 minutes The latest version of Vembu BDR Suite v3.8.0 is available, and so is a new Free Edition. Free? Yes, the Vembu BDR Suite is available in a Free and a paid edition. The bits are the same for both free and paid edition, but the functionality depends on the license being used. If you want to use … Continue reading »Sponsored Post: Vembu BDR Suite Free Edition latest and greatest

Migrating Horizon Databases

Reading Time: 5 minutes We have several components in a Horizon environment that utilize databases, and there are also quite a few situations when those use external databases. With external databases, it is often that organizations are using Microsoft SQL Server databases. And with external databases, like any others btw, requirements might change or lifecycle management of MSSQL or underlying Windows … Continue reading »Migrating Horizon Databases

Blog Search Queries answers: EUC Unified Access Gateway default password

Reading Time: 3 minutes I have seen some search terms on this site lately involving the same query as described in the title of the article: the EUC Unified Access Gateway (UAG) default password. I would like to answer those queries in this post. And to be short, direct and for some blunt, there isn’t any default. You will have … Continue reading »Blog Search Queries answers: EUC Unified Access Gateway default password

vROPS: Upgrading vROPS for Horizon 6.5 and vROPS 6.6

Reading Time: 4 minutes As announced at https://blogs.vmware.com/euc/2017/09/vrealize-operations-for-horizon-published-apps-6-5.html vROPS for Horizon 6.5 was released on 21 September. Next, to some expected improvements, there are two bonuses to this upgrade: – one, you can upgrade to vROPS 6.6 which was not supported with vROPS for Horizon 6.4. – two, you can use NVidia Virtual GPU Management Pack to get some long wished … Continue reading »vROPS: Upgrading vROPS for Horizon 6.5 and vROPS 6.6

Now how do I migrate my Blog again?

Reading Time: 5 minutes I have successfully migrated my blog to SiteGround. Easy peasy. If you haven’t noticed anything I followed the right procedure. Or you did and didn’t mention it to me. Or you aren’t following my twitter feed as I announced it there. But what about the again you might ask, well this is the second time I … Continue reading »Now how do I migrate my Blog again?