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VMware Veranstaltungen & Webinare in DACH

Hier finden Sie alle unseren kommenden Veranstaltungen und Webinare, die in Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz stattfinden. Registrieren Sie sich jetzt und seien Sie dabei!

Deutschland
29. März 2017 NSX Experience Day
  • Diese Veranstaltung bietet einen technischen Überblick über die NSX Security-Funktionen sowie eine praktische Erfahrung, wie die NSX-Netzwerk-Virtualisierungsplattform eine erweiterte Sicherheit bietet.
  • Hier geht’s zur Registrierung
Unser persönliches Highlight!
6. April2017: vInnovation Hamburg 2017
  • Das einzigartige Konzept der vInnovation Roadshow vereint Produkt Updates, Breakout Sessions, technische Vorträge und spannende Keynotes zu allen übergreifenden VMware Lösungen.
  • Hier geht’s zur Registrierung
7. April 2017: NSX & EUC Experience Days @ vInnovation 2017
  • Sie möchten sich umfassend über EUC oder NSX informieren? Dann kombinieren Sie die vInnovation Roadshow mit den EUC und NSX Experience Days, die am nächsten Tag – 7.April - ebenfalls im Hotel Grand Elysee in Hamburg stattfinden.
  • Hier geht’s zur Registrierung
25. - 26. April 2017: Partner Camp
  • Hier treffen sich im Frühjahr technologische Vorreiter, innovative Querdenker und die besten Partner der IT-Branche, um getreu dem Motto TOMORROW STARTS HERE. aus 2017 ein Erfolgsjahr werden zu lassen.
  • Hier geht’s zur Registrierung
25. – 27. April 2017: ConhIT
  • Unter dem Motto „Den nächsten Schritt gehen – Dell EMC Healthcare Lösungen&#rsquo; präsentiert sich Dell EMC mit Tochterunternehmen VMware auf dem Stand. Gemeinsam präsentieren wir zukunftsweisende Lösungen und innovative Ansätze.
  • Hier geht’s zur Registrierung
Österreich
Mittelstands-Roadshows
  • Wir gehen von dem 30. März bis zum 20. Apil in Österreich auf Tour! Unsere Roadshow-Termine bietetn Ihnen die Möglichkeit, Einblicke in innovative Technologien für den Mittelstand zu erhalten, sich mit Experten von VMware & Dell EMC vor Ort auszutauschen und so Antworten auf offene Fragen zu erhalten.
  • Hier geht’s zur Registrierung
Schweiz
6. April 2017: VMware&#rsquo;s Virtual Day Behörden & Gesundheitswesen
  • Unser Virtual Day bietet Ihnen die Möglichkeit, Einblicke in Projekte von Institutionen der öffentlichen Hand zu erhalten und mehr über beschrittene Lösungswege und den Einsatz von innovativen Technologien zu erfahren.
  • Hier geht’s zur Registrierung

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VMware Veranstaltungen & Webinare in DACH

Hier finden Sie alle unseren kommenden Veranstaltungen und Webinare, die in Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz stattfinden. Registrieren Sie sich jetzt und seien Sie dabei!

Deutschland
29. März 2017 NSX Experience Day
  • Diese Veranstaltung bietet einen technischen Überblick über die NSX Security-Funktionen sowie eine praktische Erfahrung, wie die NSX-Netzwerk-Virtualisierungsplattform eine erweiterte Sicherheit bietet.
  • Hier geht’s zur Registrierung
Unser persönliches Highlight!
6. April2017: vInnovation Hamburg 2017
  • Das einzigartige Konzept der vInnovation Roadshow vereint Produkt Updates, Breakout Sessions, technische Vorträge und spannende Keynotes zu allen übergreifenden VMware Lösungen.
  • Hier geht’s zur Registrierung
7. April 2017: NSX & EUC Experience Days @ vInnovation 2017
  • Sie möchten sich umfassend über EUC oder NSX informieren? Dann kombinieren Sie die vInnovation Roadshow mit den EUC und NSX Experience Days, die am nächsten Tag – 7.April - ebenfalls im Hotel Grand Elysee in Hamburg stattfinden.
  • Hier geht’s zur Registrierung
25. - 26. April 2017: Partner Camp
  • Hier treffen sich im Frühjahr technologische Vorreiter, innovative Querdenker und die besten Partner der IT-Branche, um getreu dem Motto TOMORROW STARTS HERE. aus 2017 ein Erfolgsjahr werden zu lassen.
  • Hier geht’s zur Registrierung
25. – 27. April 2017: ConhIT
  • Unter dem Motto „Den nächsten Schritt gehen – Dell EMC Healthcare Lösungen&#rsquo; präsentiert sich Dell EMC mit Tochterunternehmen VMware auf dem Stand. Gemeinsam präsentieren wir zukunftsweisende Lösungen und innovative Ansätze.
  • Hier geht’s zur Registrierung
Österreich
Mittelstands-Roadshows
  • Wir gehen von dem 30. März bis zum 20. Apil in Österreich auf Tour! Unsere Roadshow-Termine bietetn Ihnen die Möglichkeit, Einblicke in innovative Technologien für den Mittelstand zu erhalten, sich mit Experten von VMware & Dell EMC vor Ort auszutauschen und so Antworten auf offene Fragen zu erhalten.
  • Hier geht’s zur Registrierung
Schweiz
6. April 2017: VMware&#rsquo;s Virtual Day Behörden & Gesundheitswesen
  • Unser Virtual Day bietet Ihnen die Möglichkeit, Einblicke in Projekte von Institutionen der öffentlichen Hand zu erhalten und mehr über beschrittene Lösungswege und den Einsatz von innovativen Technologien zu erfahren.
  • Hier geht’s zur Registrierung

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¡Vuelven los vFridays!

Tras un breve paréntesis, volvemos a la carga con los vFridays. En este primer webinar de 2017, que tendrá lugar este viernes 10 de marzo a las 11h, hablaremos sobre cómo podemos mejorar la operación y visibilidad de red y seguridad. Por eso lo hemos llamado: ¿Cómo tener ojo de halcón en las redes de tu datacenter?

El uso de tecnologías en el datacenter más avanzadas como los firewall de nueva generación, la virtualización de servidores, o las redes definidas por software, como NSX, puede parecer que añaden complejidad a la hora de monitorizar lascomunicaciones internas.

Se hace por ello necesario herramientas avanzadas que nos ayuden a lo largo del ciclo completo de optimización de nuestras comunicaciones y seguridad. A lo largo del webinar veremos cómo, vRealize Network Insight, vRNI, conjuntamente con otras herramientas es el ojo de halcón perfecto para:

  • Visualizar cómo funciona el tráfico de red en nuestro entorno sea físico o virtual.
  • Monitorizar las políticas de seguridad para garantizar el cumplimiento de las mismas.
  • Resolver los incidentes que podamos tener en nuestra red de una forma más ágil y eficiente.

Ya puedes registrarte para el primer vFriday de 2017 desde aquí. ¡Recuerda utilizar el hashtag #vFridayvRNI para tuitear durante el webinar del viernes y poder ganar fantásticos premios!

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Free Workspace ONE Troubleshooting and Best Practices Webcast Next Week

Interested in the architectural components of VMware Workspace ONE? Join our free Webcast on January 26th, 2017 as VMware&#rsquo;s Technical Instructor, Máté Barany, highlights the foundational components of the solution and offers multiple deployment scenarios. Máté Barany will also share best practices and insight into how to troubleshoot a few integration issues.


Register here today to learn more about the capabilities of Workspace ONE.

The post Free Workspace ONE Troubleshooting and Best Practices Webcast Next Week appeared first on VMware Education and Certification Blog.

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VMware AirWatch 9.0 Adds New Admin Capabilities for macOS Management

AirWatch 9.0, now generally available, includes new features and functionality for macOS. AirWatch already supported macOS Sierra on the day of availability, adding new restrictions and more features to support the Device Enrollment Program (DEP). And, a highly requested feature is also included in the release: pre-staged admin accounts for macOS laptops enrolled through the […]]> AirWatch 9.0, now generally available, includes new features and functionality for macOS. AirWatch already supported macOS Sierra on the day of availability, adding new restrictions and more features to support the Device Enrollment Program (DEP). And, a highly requested feature is also included in the release: pre-staged admin accounts for macOS laptops enrolled through the DEP.

Read on to learn more about configuration admin accounts for macOS, and register for our on-demand webinar for a closer look at what&#rsquo;s new for both macOS and iOS in AirWatch 9.0.

Pre-Staged Admin Accounts for macOS

Apple&#rsquo;s macOS 10.11 (El Capitan) brought the capability to stage a local, administrative user account through DEP enrollment (with the option to hide the admin account). In AirWatch 9.0, this feature is supported as part of a staging workflow, via the DEP profile configuration. This allows users to have a non-administrator, user account, while the AirWatch administrator gains a hidden administrator account that can be used for troubleshooting.

To set up a typical workflow, perform the following:

  • Click Devices > Profiles & Resources > Profiles > Add > Add Profile > macOS > Device Profile.
  • Configure a profile with a Directory payload and assign it to assignment groups that will contain your DEP-enrolled devices.
    • This payload binds the macOS device to your directory. Information about this payload can be found in the macOS Platform Guide in MyAirWatch.
  • Click Devices > Device Settings > Apple > Device Enrollment Program.
  • Click Add Profile.
  • In the DEP profile settings, set the following:
    • Authentication: Off
    • Staging Mode [None, Single User or Multi-User]
    • Default Staging User
    • Await Configuration: Enabled
    • Account Setup: Skip
    • Admin Account Creation details (including whether to hide the account)
  • Save the DEP profile.
  • Assign the profile using batch upload or manual assignment in the Enrollment Lifecycle page (per the VMware AirWatch Guide for the Apple DEP on MyAirWatch).

When the device completes enrollment, the device will be bound and allow log-in by Network user accounts (while the administrator account will be pre-staged and hidden).

Read more:

  • VMware AirWatch 9.0 Is Officially GA!
  • iOS 10 Is Live! AirWatch Has Your Mobile Business Covered
  • macOS Sierra Has Arrived! VMware AirWatch Is Here to Support

Read more..

VMware AirWatch 9.0 Adds New Admin Capabilities for macOS Management

Read full post . . . or http://www.go-que.com/vmware-airwatch-9-0-adds-new-admin-capabilities-for-macos-management

AirWatch 9.0, now generally available, includes new features and functionality for macOS. AirWatch already supported macOS Sierra on the day of availability, adding new restrictions and more features to support the Device Enrollment Program (DEP). And, a highly requested feature is also included in the release: pre-staged admin accounts for macOS laptops enrolled through the […]]> AirWatch 9.0, now generally available, includes new features and functionality for macOS. AirWatch already supported macOS Sierra on the day of availability, adding new restrictions and more features to support the Device Enrollment Program (DEP). And, a highly requested feature is also included in the release: pre-staged admin accounts for macOS laptops enrolled through the DEP.

Read on to learn more about configuration admin accounts for macOS, and register for our on-demand webinar for a closer look at what&#rsquo;s new for both macOS and iOS in AirWatch 9.0.

Pre-Staged Admin Accounts for macOS

Apple&#rsquo;s macOS 10.11 (El Capitan) brought the capability to stage a local, administrative user account through DEP enrollment (with the option to hide the admin account). In AirWatch 9.0, this feature is supported as part of a staging workflow, via the DEP profile configuration. This allows users to have a non-administrator, user account, while the AirWatch administrator gains a hidden administrator account that can be used for troubleshooting.

To set up a typical workflow, perform the following:

  • Click Devices > Profiles & Resources > Profiles > Add > Add Profile > macOS > Device Profile.
  • Configure a profile with a Directory payload and assign it to assignment groups that will contain your DEP-enrolled devices.
    • This payload binds the macOS device to your directory. Information about this payload can be found in the macOS Platform Guide in MyAirWatch.
  • Click Devices > Device Settings > Apple > Device Enrollment Program.
  • Click Add Profile.
  • In the DEP profile settings, set the following:
    • Authentication: Off
    • Staging Mode [None, Single User or Multi-User]
    • Default Staging User
    • Await Configuration: Enabled
    • Account Setup: Skip
    • Admin Account Creation details (including whether to hide the account)
  • Save the DEP profile.
  • Assign the profile using batch upload or manual assignment in the Enrollment Lifecycle page (per the VMware AirWatch Guide for the Apple DEP on MyAirWatch).

When the device completes enrollment, the device will be bound and allow log-in by Network user accounts (while the administrator account will be pre-staged and hidden).

Read more:

  • VMware AirWatch 9.0 Is Officially GA!
  • iOS 10 Is Live! AirWatch Has Your Mobile Business Covered
  • macOS Sierra Has Arrived! VMware AirWatch Is Here to Support

Read more..

VMware AirWatch 9.0 Adds New Admin Capabilities for macOS Management

AirWatch 9.0, now generally available, includes new features and functionality for macOS. AirWatch already supported macOS Sierra on the day of availability, adding new restrictions and more features to support the Device Enrollment Program (DEP). And, a highly requested feature is also included in the release: pre-staged admin accounts for macOS laptops enrolled through the […]]> AirWatch 9.0, now generally available, includes new features and functionality for macOS. AirWatch already supported macOS Sierra on the day of availability, adding new restrictions and more features to support the Device Enrollment Program (DEP). And, a highly requested feature is also included in the release: pre-staged admin accounts for macOS laptops enrolled through the DEP.

Read on to learn more about configuration admin accounts for macOS, and register for our on-demand webinar for a closer look at what&#rsquo;s new for both macOS and iOS in AirWatch 9.0.

Pre-Staged Admin Accounts for macOS

Apple&#rsquo;s macOS 10.11 (El Capitan) brought the capability to stage a local, administrative user account through DEP enrollment (with the option to hide the admin account). In AirWatch 9.0, this feature is supported as part of a staging workflow, via the DEP profile configuration. This allows users to have a non-administrator, user account, while the AirWatch administrator gains a hidden administrator account that can be used for troubleshooting.

To set up a typical workflow, perform the following:

  • Click Devices > Profiles & Resources > Profiles > Add > Add Profile > macOS > Device Profile.
  • Configure a profile with a Directory payload and assign it to assignment groups that will contain your DEP-enrolled devices.
    • This payload binds the macOS device to your directory. Information about this payload can be found in the macOS Platform Guide in MyAirWatch.
  • Click Devices > Device Settings > Apple > Device Enrollment Program.
  • Click Add Profile.
  • In the DEP profile settings, set the following:
    • Authentication: Off
    • Staging Mode [None, Single User or Multi-User]
    • Default Staging User
    • Await Configuration: Enabled
    • Account Setup: Skip
    • Admin Account Creation details (including whether to hide the account)
  • Save the DEP profile.
  • Assign the profile using batch upload or manual assignment in the Enrollment Lifecycle page (per the VMware AirWatch Guide for the Apple DEP on MyAirWatch).

When the device completes enrollment, the device will be bound and allow log-in by Network user accounts (while the administrator account will be pre-staged and hidden).

Read more:

  • VMware AirWatch 9.0 Is Officially GA!
  • iOS 10 Is Live! AirWatch Has Your Mobile Business Covered
  • macOS Sierra Has Arrived! VMware AirWatch Is Here to Support

Read more..

You Asked, VMware AirWatch 9.0 Delivered New Capabilities for iOS

AirWatch 9.0, now generally available, includes new features and functionality for iOS. There is a new validation process for new or updated Apple Push Notification service (APNs) certificates, eliminating the need for admins to reassign devices and apps the certificate. We&#rsquo;ve also introduced await configuration for Device Enrollment Program (DEP) devices, adding the option to […]]> AirWatch 9.0, now generally available, includes new features and functionality for iOS. There is a new validation process for new or updated Apple Push Notification service (APNs) certificates, eliminating the need for admins to reassign devices and apps the certificate. We&#rsquo;ve also introduced await configuration for Device Enrollment Program (DEP) devices, adding the option to hold users in the Setup Assistant until all commands have been sent. And forcing OS updates—one of the most requested features—is now possible through our compliance engine.

Read on to learn more about enforcing OS updates, and register for our on-demand webinar for a closer look at what&#rsquo;s new for both iOS and macOS in AirWatch 9.0.

OS Updates for iOS Devices via Compliance Engine

iOS 9.3 introduced the ability to force an operating system (OS) update for supervised, DEP-enabled devices. To help admins execute these updates automatically and in bulk, we&#rsquo;ve built new functionality in our compliance engine.

Admins can define the list of devices (via assignment groups) required to update, and the compliance engine will automatically and continually check to ensure devices receive and process the command. This eliminates manual commands, and if a device receives the command but isn&#rsquo;t ready to run the update, it will be reminded automatically without additional action from the admin.

You can find this new automation functionality in our compliance engine as follows:

  • Click Devices > Compliance Policies > List View > Add.
  • Click iOS.
  • For the rule, select OS Version > Less Than or Equal To > and select the highest iOS version that requires an upgrade in your environment.
    • As an example, if you want all your devices running iOS 10 or later, select Apple iOS – iOS 9.3.5.
  • Click Next, then click Command > OS Updates.
  • Click Next and select the desired Assignment Groups and Exclusions.
  • Click Next, review the summary and click Finish and Activate.

Read more:

  • VMware AirWatch 9.0 Is Officially GA!
  • iOS 10 Is Live! AirWatch Has Your Mobile Business Covered
  • macOS Sierra Has Arrived! VMware AirWatch Is Here to Support

 

Read more..

You Asked, VMware AirWatch 9.0 Delivered New Capabilities for iOS

Read full post . . . or http://www.go-que.com/you-asked-vmware-airwatch-9-0-delivered-new-capabilities-for-ios

AirWatch 9.0, now generally available, includes new features and functionality for iOS. There is a new validation process for new or updated Apple Push Notification service (APNs) certificates, eliminating the need for admins to reassign devices and apps the certificate. We&#rsquo;ve also introduced await configuration for Device Enrollment Program (DEP) devices, adding the option to […]]> AirWatch 9.0, now generally available, includes new features and functionality for iOS. There is a new validation process for new or updated Apple Push Notification service (APNs) certificates, eliminating the need for admins to reassign devices and apps the certificate. We&#rsquo;ve also introduced await configuration for Device Enrollment Program (DEP) devices, adding the option to hold users in the Setup Assistant until all commands have been sent. And forcing OS updates—one of the most requested features—is now possible through our compliance engine.

Read on to learn more about enforcing OS updates, and register for our on-demand webinar for a closer look at what&#rsquo;s new for both iOS and macOS in AirWatch 9.0.

OS Updates for iOS Devices via Compliance Engine

iOS 9.3 introduced the ability to force an operating system (OS) update for supervised, DEP-enabled devices. To help admins execute these updates automatically and in bulk, we&#rsquo;ve built new functionality in our compliance engine.

Admins can define the list of devices (via assignment groups) required to update, and the compliance engine will automatically and continually check to ensure devices receive and process the command. This eliminates manual commands, and if a device receives the command but isn&#rsquo;t ready to run the update, it will be reminded automatically without additional action from the admin.

You can find this new automation functionality in our compliance engine as follows:

  • Click Devices > Compliance Policies > List View > Add.
  • Click iOS.
  • For the rule, select OS Version > Less Than or Equal To > and select the highest iOS version that requires an upgrade in your environment.
    • As an example, if you want all your devices running iOS 10 or later, select Apple iOS – iOS 9.3.5.
  • Click Next, then click Command > OS Updates.
  • Click Next and select the desired Assignment Groups and Exclusions.
  • Click Next, review the summary and click Finish and Activate.

Read more:

  • VMware AirWatch 9.0 Is Officially GA!
  • iOS 10 Is Live! AirWatch Has Your Mobile Business Covered
  • macOS Sierra Has Arrived! VMware AirWatch Is Here to Support

 

Read more..

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