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Consume Published Apps on Demand through Workspace ONE

In my previous blogs I’ve explained how you can use the new Published Apps on Demand feature in App Volumes, and consume the applications through either a Horizon RDSH farm or VDI desktop pool using the Horizon Client. In this blog, I’m going a step further and integrate the Horizon Published Apps with my Workspace […]

Create a custom connector for Microsoft Teams in Workspace ONE Intelligence

This blog post describes the steps for creating a custom connector in VMware Workspace ONE Intelligence that can send messages to your Microsoft Teams channel(s).  Use Case In my Microsoft 365 Developer environment, I have created a new Team and some additional channels to simulate a SOC team. In the alerts channel, I want Workspace […]

Securing devices with VMware Carbon Black and Workspace ONE UEM

In my previous blogs, I talked about the various ways to install the Carbon Black sensor and how this works in a non-persistent VDI environment. So now have secured our virtual infrastructure, what to do with all the physical devices like corporate laptops and desktops? Or maybe you have a BYOD policy within your company, […]

Carbon Black and non-persistent VDI

In my previous blog post, I explained how a couple of options to install the Carbon Black sensor. If the sensor is successfully deployed, the machine will be shown on the Carbon Black Cloud Management page. But how does this work with VDI and especially in a non-persistent environment? In this blog post, I’ll explain […]

Installing Carbon Black sensors

In my previous blog, I explained how to install and configure the VMware Carbon Black Cloud Workload Server Appliance. With that done, VMware Carbon Black is now tightly integrated with VMware vSphere to yield an “agentless” solution. But it’s not really that “agentless”.  Before the Carbon Black Cloud can manage and gather endpoint telemetry a […]

Set up Carbon Black Cloud Workload Protection

In 2019 VMware announced the acquisition of Carbon Black. At that time my interest in security products was a bit “meh”. It was at VMworld 2020 this year where the words “Intrinsic Security” triggered my attention as I watched one of the keynotes from home. I then decided to add some of the security sessions […]