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Part 2: Architect and Create Cloud Services Organizations for Skyline

In Part 1 of Architecting and Creating Cloud Services Organization for Skyline, we shared how Cloud Services allows you to organize data within Skyline Advisor. We helped you create your first Cloud Services Organization, download and install the Skyline Collector, and register your Skyline Collector with your Cloud Services Organization. After adding a product endpoint,

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vRealize Operations and Skyline, Better Together for Automated Operations and Support

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This article was co-authored by Matt Bradford, Technical Product Line Marketing Manager within the Cloud Management Business Unit, and Nick Fritsch, Technical Marketing Manager within Global Services. Over the past year, customers have been asking us how to leverage vRealize Operations together with Skyline proactive support to improve performance, capacity and reliability. For many years,

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Inventory View, Solution Identification and Ability to Mute Findings Now Available In Skyline

We are excited share new features and functionality now available within VMware Skyline. This update includes new features and functionality within Skyline Advisor, as well as a new version of the Skyline Collector. The new features include some of the most requested feature requests that our customers have shared with us since releasing Skyline. These

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Part 1: Architect and Create Cloud Services Organizations for Skyline

In November of 2018, VMware Skyline became available as a VMware Cloud Service. The primary reason we enabled Skyline as a Cloud Services was to provide customer’s with greater control of their Skyline proactive findings and recommendations. This is part one of a multi-part blog series that will help you architect and create your Cloud

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VMware Skyline Update – February 2019

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We’re back with our February VMware Skyline update. We didn’t release any major enhancements to Skyline this month, however we did add additional proactive findings, as well as updated our documentation to reflect recent changes. Let’s get started by reviewing the proactive findings released in February. For those who are wondering what Skyline is, Skyline

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Meet AVA: VMware Launches Beta of a Virtual Assistant

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By Steve Liang, AVA Project Lead Today we’re excited to introduce a beta of AVA, VMware’s Automated Virtual Assistant. We designed Ava to help users of VMware Docs find answers to common product questions. Using natural language processing, Ava is trained to understand key VMware concepts and recommend further reading that will answer your questions.

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VMware Skyline Updates – January 2019

Happy New Year. At the end of 2018, we added an additional 30 proactive findings to Skyline. These proactive findings will appear within Skyline Advisor, if your VMware solution meets the criteria for these potential issues. Customers continue to ask for us to identify more potential issues within their environment. We are making a conscious

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VMware Skyline Customer Update

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Happy Holidays from the VMware Skyline team!   VMware Skyline™ Recent Announcements We made several exciting announcements last month at VMworld in Barcelona, including the GA of Version 2.0 and the availability of Skyline Log Assist™, new Inventory Filter feature, Data Segmentation and Enhanced User Access Permissions: Skyline Log Assist Eliminates the need for customers

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Introducing VMware Global Services With Watson

Throughout the past year, VMware has embarked on a mission to reimagine the support experience. As part of that mission, we have built a software engineering organization within Global Services, focused on developing great software to create a proactive, personalized and effortless experience. One of our first steps in that journey was the development of

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Introducing VMware Global Services With Watson

Throughout the past year, VMware has embarked on a mission to reimagine the support experience. As part of that mission, we have built a software engineering organization within Global Services, focused on developing great software to create a proactive, personalized and effortless experience. One of our first steps in that journey was the development of

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