Locate UX with Liquidware Stratusphere – Part two Let’s see how this thing works

Reading Time: 6 minutes In the previous post, we discussed the why in getting User Experience insights, and where to use Stratusphere UX to fulfill this. In this part, I am going more into the what and how part by taking Stratusphere UX for a spin. We will start with the what by doing a little architecture as a … Continue reading »Locate UX with Liquidware Stratusphere – Part two Let’s see how this thing works

The Living Dead have returned from VMworld Barcelona

Reading Time: 5 minutes Hola! Time for a small VMworld recap. And what did we get this time? A nice city—Check! A conference —Check! A community – Check! A great team – Check! A sh*t load of information – Check! We are getting big, better and biggest with close to 12000 attendees and 90 nationalities. And, the 10th VMworld … Continue reading »The Living Dead have returned from VMworld Barcelona

Welcome to bloggers paradise… VMworld Europe Starts in 3..2..

Reading Time: 4 minutes VMworld Europe is on the Horizon (yes, pun intended). VMworld EMEA or VMworld Europe is around the corner with just a few hours in the way. As we are all arriving, just to clarify for the ones that are left behind, VMworld Europe is taking place from 5 until 8 November at the Fira Gran … Continue reading »Welcome to bloggers paradise… VMworld Europe Starts in 3..2..

Is there any UX insight out there? Gain Visibility with Liquidware Stratusphere UX – Part One

Reading Time: 5 minutes This is the first blog post of a series into the Liquidware products after joining the Liquidware Tech Insiders program and have Liquidware be a blog partner. A little disclaimer though, opinion(s) expressed on this blog are mine. I want to take you on a walkthrough for one of the critical components of a digital workspace, User … Continue reading »Is there any UX insight out there? Gain Visibility with Liquidware Stratusphere UX – Part One

PowerCLI Collection: PowerNSX DFW Synchronization Script

Reading Time: 4 minutes At several EUC projects we have a testing Workspace ONE environment(s) where desktop image and application packaging takes place, and a production Workspace ONE environment where only tested and approved items from the test are released. The environments are separated into vCenter/NSX managers. Actually, the production ones are even more separated in management and two or … Continue reading »PowerCLI Collection: PowerNSX DFW Synchronization Script

I will be speaking at NLVMUG UserCon 2018: Secure Desktop – A Horizon with NSX Jumpstart

Reading Time: 2 minutes Almost a month from now, but I’m very proud and honored to be on the agenda at this years NLVMUG UserCon on March 20th with a Horizon and NSX Secure Desktop session. Go and say hi to me in Dexter 17 – 18 at 10:20. While you will be at the NLVMUG, also take a peek at the … Continue reading »I will be speaking at NLVMUG UserCon 2018: Secure Desktop – A Horizon with NSX Jumpstart

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

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

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