In case you’ve missed it, this week, VMware announced the imminent release of Horizon 7.1. Here’s a really quick rundown of what’s going to be in the 7.1 release.
As VMworld 2016 rapidly approaches, VMware has been busy getting ready the next bunch of product updates. Here are the lastest ones in case you missed them along with a link to the release notes.
In the last 24 hours, VMware has released a new version of App Volumes 2.11. There is probably some confusion around why they’ve released 2.11 when 3.0 came out in March so I’ll try to help you understand.
VMware have released the latest version of their desktop virtualization product, Horizon View 7. The product has evolved over the years and is capable of catering for pretty much every desktop use case these days. Continue reading “Horizon View 7 – What’s new?”
VMware has released App Volumes 3.0 in the last couple of weeks, but it’s aimed at Horizon Air hybrid or Horizon Air users. VMware recommends staying with 2.10 for Horizon on prem deployments.
For those of you that don’t know, its a real time application delivery platform that supports Horizon View and Citrix. Continue reading “App Volumes 3.0 – What’s new?”
As some of you are probably aware on February 18th this year, EMC and VMware launched VxRail, a joint venture by the two companies into the world of hyperconverged infrastructure. Basically it’s just an evolution of the EVORail product but believe me it’s much better and I think that they have got it right this time so I expect the likes of Nutanix to be given a run for their money. Continue reading “EMC and VMware launch VxRail”