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Ansible in NSX-T and NSX-ALB: Using collections

Introduction A couple of days ago, I noticed VMware is changing Ansible roles to collections.Collections are a distribution format for Ansible content that can include playbooks, roles, modules, and plugins.This distribution is performed by Ansible Galaxy, which is a place from where you can install or get other developer’s shared content.This is a great thing. Now we do not need […]

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NSX-T and AVI networks via policy api

Introduction In 2019 AVI Networks was acquired by VMware.In NSX-T, AVI Networks is also known as NSX Advanced Loadbalancer.VMware is working hard integrating AVI into NSX-T.This blog shows you how to be able to create objects in the AVI controller via the NSX-T policy API.The tool I am using for the API calls is Postman.VMware NSX-T API guide can be […]

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THE ULTRA-MODERN WORKPLACE OF THE FUTURE

Virtual reality, augmented reality, artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things. Is this all just a pipe dream, or closer than you think? A FUTURISTIC WAY TO WAKE UP Imagine it’s 2030. I wake up in my future home. Around 7:00 AM – during the lightest stage of sleep – my alarm goes off. I don’t hear the deafening ringtone of […]

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How to enable the Unified App Catalog in Workspace ONE

This blog post is a follow-up of my previous blog: “Integrating Workspace ONE UEM with Workspace ONE Access“. The Unified App Catalog enables customers to provide a central application via the Intelligent HUB app. This offers the end-users a central place in which, in addition to the Workspace ONE Access applications, the mobile applications can also be displayed. The Unified […]

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Integrating Workspace ONE UEM with Workspace ONE Access

Workspace ONE UEM can be integrated with Workspace ONE Access! Here are a couple of reasons why you want to do this: It has the possibility to create a “Unified Application Catalog” – A central portal in which, in addition to the Workspace ONE Access applications, the mobile applications can also be displayed. The Unified Application Catalog portal only shows […]

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Image Management for VMware Horizon Cloud on Azure

Introduction The VMware Horizon Cloud Service on Azure belongs to a family of cloud services delivered by VMware that enables the delivery of virtual desktops and applications to end-users on any device, anywhere. VMware Horizon Cloud on Azure provides two distinct workload options: Horizon Cloud Desktops and Horizon Cloud Apps. Within these workload options, customers are able to create RDSH […]