I hope that this finds everyone well this newsletter. The world is a little scary right now. All the water in Europe and all that fire in BC. It has become a little different.
Has anyone checked out my short story? I heard very good comments as I was writing it.
Almost lots to share so lets get started.
Have a great week and stay safe,
QuickTip: Enabling Fault Tolerance fails with “This device does not support vSphere Fault Tolerance.”
This article shows the error and even a workaround too.
Data Management for VMware Tanzu - Self-Service DBaaS
Dean has you covered nicely in this article where it talks about DBaaS.
Machine Learning Infrastructure from vSphere Infrastructure Perspective
Frank has an amazing article on this subject. He has been working in the ML space.
How to master multasking on iPad and iPad Pro in iPadOS 15
This article will help you understand the changes in iPadOS 15 wrt multasking.
Windows Modern Management Security Design and Implementation
This article will explain how a Win10 device is secured and how communications will work.
Using Veeam Enterprise Manage Self Service with VMware vSphere Permissions
You can learn more about this in this article.
Tech Preview of Horizon Provide for VMware Event Broker Appliance (VEBA)
William has an article that will talk a little about the new version. It also has a link to the Omaha VMUG where the subject was VEBA.
Configuring OS Assisted Migrations in VMware Cloud on AWS
You can learn a lot more on this from this article.
Protecting of Critical operations of backup using Azure Resource Guard
This Azure Guard is pretty cool. You can learn more in this article.
VMware Cloud Director 10.3 - New Networking and Security Features
You can learn all about this in this article.
Monitoring processes inside a VM with PowerCLI
Alan has you covered very nicely with this article. This is handy info to have.
Microsoft Teams VDI Optimization for VMware Horizon
This ariticle will help you get Teams working in Horizon.
Thanks for reading or skimming this far,
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2 thoughts on “Newsletter: August 14, 2021”
I read through your short story. I very much enjoyed the premise. Being a techie nerd myself, I can appreciate a good sci-fi story.
What i did find a bit difficult to grasp was tbe emotion of the characters and their depth if that makes sense. I felt as if I were reading a conversation transcript at times and found myself wanting to understand the characters a little more than just a conversation. I think a little more depth added to the way in which a character speaks or even thinks would draw the reader in and feel like they can identify with the characters.
I also have to ask about the conversations with the computer. They sounded a lot like a conversation between 2 humans. I suppose I expect them to be more precise. More command driven than conversation. You know, Yes or No/On or Off. No maybe.
I think you are definitely on the right track. Very enjoyable to read. Thank you for sharing!
Thanks VMRandy, and I think we know each other -right?
Your small picture is hard to confirm.