Showing posts from February, 2013

VMware Horizon Suite

The announcement for Horizon Suite for the End User Computing (EUC) solution has been announced on 20th Feb 2013.  The release binary will be available in 4th March 2013.  You can read about here.

I am very excited with this launch as it consists of 3 major components out of this suite.  Each with its own used cases and all combined to provide a new era of End User Computing experience.  You can see an overview video below:

Horizon Suite

If you remember during the VMworld 2011, there was two Projects announced with it which was part of EUC, Project Octopus and Project Appblast.

With the announcement for Horizon Suite, you will know find there are this components namely Horizon Workspace, Horizon View, Horizon Mirage.

To see a whole integration of Horizon Suite nicely done, take a look at the demo below by Andre Leibovici:

Horizon Suite Demo
Horizon Workspace incorporated two solutions which was once known as Horizon App Manager and also the Project Octopus which is now known as Horizo…

VCAP DCD Networking Brown Bag

Just got back from company kick off and haven't got the time to put in something new this month.  Hectic month for me.

Taking a step back and viewing what I have done so far, I realize I did some sharing on VCAP DCD on networking when I first passed my VCAP 4 DCD.

I almost forgot about this till someone approached me and this still stay very relevant till today irregardless of version as the fundamental should remain the same other than the new features added to networking in vSphere 5.  This brownbag can still be viewed here and with also some others related been done by my colleagues in other areas in storage, host design, etc.

I have thus completed my VCAP 5 DCD and DCA as well.

Though I am not a network expert in any field, I do like to highlight that the exam focus on your knowledge in terms of networking on vSphere and not particularly pertaining to any hardware in specific.

As much I have shared, it is tested on things that should work irregardless of type of hardware.  Du…