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On behalf of CA Technologies, a Broadcom Company, we are pleased to notify you that individual patches for June, 2024 is now available. The following Individual patches have been published: Individual Patches: · 2024-06 Office - mso2016-kb5002591-fullfile-x86-glb · 2024-06 Office - msodll202016-kb5002575-fullfile-x86-glb · 2024-06 Office - outlook2016-kb5002600-fullfile-x86-glb · 2024-06 Office - msodll202016-kb5002575-fullfile-x64-glb · 2024-06 Office - mso2016-kb5002591-fullfile-x64-glb · 2024-06 Office - outlook2016-kb5002600-fullfile-x64-glb ...
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2024 Value Stream Management Summit (In Case You Missed it) The fourth annual Value Stream Management Summit is packed with great advice from Forrester and customers like Southern Company, Cox Automotive, London Stock Exchange Group and State Street. Start making waves and energize your digital transformation with the power of VSM. People-Centric Planning with Clarity: Financial Planning (Webcast) The pains of financial management are often self-inflicted wounds. Organizations create environments and approaches that fail to align project delivery with the financial elements. And then, ironically, they fail to optimize financial performance because of ...
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PI Planning for PI37 is now complete and development has kicked off. Below you will find the list of items that are included in this PI and a summary of the releases completed in the previous PI. As always, we invite you to provide feedback. We would love feedback on both the current and future PI items to help us prioritize the items that will have the most benefit for our customers. Recent Releases The following product versions were released during PI36: • API Gateway 11.1 - Release Notes • API Portal 5.2.3 - Release Notes Release and EOS Calendar The following image provides a timeline view of past and ...
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In this blog by Ashish Aggarwal, lead product manager for infrastructure observability, he describes how hybrid cloud – a combination of public cloud, private cloud and/or traditional on-premises data centers – combined with DX UIM and DX Operational Intelligence is a good option for cloud repatriation projects based on cost, compliance and/or control considerations. READ BLOG
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May 2024 Welcome to the Rally ® monthly newsletter. Product updates, announcements, and resources. Rally Roadmap - 2024 Q2 Did you miss the latest Rally product roadmap? Worry no more; it is available on demand now! Check out the latest product developments and what to expect soon with Rally! Auditing Made Simple with Rally Simplify the manual auditing and governance process with Rally! If you are an organization in a high compliance industry like financial services, government, or insurance, this is a can't-miss ...
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Operationalizing VMware NSX® offers guidance to management-level decision makers and influencers concerned with the impact of VMware NSX on their organization, staff, and operational processes. It also speaks to engineers and technical decision makers responsible for optimizing operational tooling in a VMware NSX environment. Operationalizing VMware NSX provides the information needed to optimize the on-going operations of a VMware NSX environment. Specific areas examined include the critical aspects of team structure, culture, roles, responsibilities, and skillsets. Additional guidance is provided for operational processes, monitoring, and troubleshooting in ...
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People-Centric Planning with Clarity: Financial Planning (Webcast) The pains of financial management are often self-inflicted wounds. Organizations create environments and approaches that fail to align project delivery with the financial elements. And then, ironically, they fail to optimize financial performance because of a lack of insight. The solution to that problem requires greater integration between financial management and every other aspect of project delivery. Join us and see how people-centric planning with Clarity brings IT-business alignment. What's New in Clarity 16.2.2? (Webcast) People-centric planning with Clarity will bring the entire ...
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Here is one NSX Multisite demo focused on Disaster Recovery . Enjoy. Dimitri Note: There are also multiple demos embedded in the NSX Multisite 101 ToI (at the end after the "Key Takeaways" section).
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This NSX-T LB Encyclopedia document goes over all the Configuration and Management questions you may have on NSX-T LB and much more! It lists all NSX-T LB capabilities (LB Deployment, Monitor, Server Pool, L4 VIP, L7-HTTP VIP, L7-HTTPS VIP, LB Rules, and Troubleshooting) with detailed examples for each. You can find another great document to learn the basics about NSX-T native LB capabilities: NSX-T LB ToI This ToI highlights NSX-T native LB capabilities and its latest NSX-T 3.1 enhancements.
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This NSX-T LB ToI document highlights NSX-T LB capabilities and its latest NSX-T 3.1 enhancements. You can find another great document to learn everything about NSX-T LB Configuration and Management: NSX-T LB Encyclopedia The encycloepdia goes over all the Configuration and Management questions you may have on NSX-T LB and much more! It lists all NSX-T LB capabilities (LB Deployment, Monitor, Server Pool, L4 VIP, L7-HTTP VIP, L7-HTTPS VIP, LB Rules, and Troubleshooting) with detailed examples for each.
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NSX Multisite solution is perfect for customers who want a "Smaller NSX Management Footprint" (with only 3x NSX Mgr VMs for all their locations), and accept a "DR Recovery Procedure with few more requirements or steps". Note: For other use cases: NSX Federation. This NSX Multisite 101 ToI highlights NSX MultiSite capabilities including the l atest enhancements, w hat is NSX Multisite, NSX Multisite Capabilities, and r ecorded demos. NSX 4.0-4.1 Multisite 101 ToI version is 1.0 done on 03/02/2023 NSX-T 3.2 Multisite 101 ToI version is 1.1 done on 01/10/2023 For deeper information, we also ...
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NSX-T offers two technical solutions for multi-location on-prem Data Centers: NSX-T Federation NSX-T Multisite Those NSX-T Multi-Location Design Guides offer guidance and best practices for Network & Security services in your On-Prem locations. Design Guide version for NSX-T 4.1 release is 1.7 done on 03/11/2024 Design Guide version for NSX-T 4.0 release is 1.10 done on 08/22/2023 Design Guide version for NSX-T 3.2 release is 1.19 done on 08/22/2023 Design Guide version for NSX-T 3.1 release is 1.31 done on 06/21/2023 FYI there is also some other nice documents on this use case: ...
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Three Federation demos are proposed here: Federation Network & Security Services demo Federation Disaster Recovery(Network/Security & Compute) with Stretched Networks + SRM Federation Disaster Recovery(Network/Security & Compute) with GSLB Enjoy the demos. Dimitri Note1: For information on NSX-T Federation we offer the "NSX-T Federation Presentation" . Note2: For deeper information, we also offer the "NSX-T Federation Multi-Location Design Guide (Federation + Multisite)" .
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This NSX Federation 101 ToI deck offers a nice presentation of what is NSX Federation and how it works. NSX 4.0-4.1 Federation 101 ToI version is 1.0 done on 10/30/2023 NSX-T 3.2 Federation 101 ToI version is 1.1 done on 08/26/2022 Federation demos are also available here . For deeper information, we also offer the "NSX Federation Multi-Location Design Guide (Federation + Multisite)" here.
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The NSX NAT 301 ToI document goes over all the Configuration and Management questions you may have on NSX NAT and much more! Its table of content is: Presentation Requirements / Limitation Scale Configuration (UI/API) High-Availability Status Statistics Troubleshooting Note: Ve'rsion 1.3 - updated on 05/24/2024.
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The NSX DHCP 301 ToI document goes over all the Configuration and Management questions you may have on NSX DHCP and much more! Its table of content is: Presentation Requirements / Limitation Scale Configuration (UI/API) High-Availability Status Statistics DHCP Leases
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Highlights: This updated version of the document aligns with NSX version 3.2 (Guidelines are still valid and 100% applicable to the NSX 4.1 version). It includes the following updates: NSX vCenter server plug-in for the **** security for applications use case Distributed Firewall on vCenter distributed virtual port-groups for VLAN-only micro-segmentation NSX Application platform as an optional component to support NSX intelligence and Advanced Threat Prevention features for both the **** security for applications and the data center in a box use cases NSX Next-Generation gateway firewall as an optional component for the data center in a ...
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This is the NSX Design Guide Page blog. The latest doc updates are aligned to NSX version 4.1. Highlights include: Technology overview chapters: TEP HA (Ch3) VPC/Projects (Ch2) A/A Stateful Gateways (Ch4) Bare Metal edge hardware recommendation (Ch8) DPUs (Ch9) Update VRF route leaking (Ch4) Design Chapter (Ch7): Projects 1 VC to many NSX MTU recommendation, Gateway vs. global MTU Readers are encouraged to send feedback to NSXDesign-Feedback_pdl@broadcom_com (replace _ with .) We will continue updating this document, so please re-download this document. --The VMware NSX Product Management ...
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Starting with NSX version 4.1, many more certificates are visible in NSX. Those certificates have always been present on the platform, even in previous versions, but it was impossible to lifecycle them. This document will help the reader understand the purpose of all the certificates part of the NSX platform. It will provide examples covering common certificate-related tasks an NSX administrator may tackle while administering NSX. To make these examples reproducible, they are presented in the form of bash scripts. We opted to use bash for maximum portability. The scripts mainly use curl to perform API calls to the NSX API and use the jq to process the returned ...
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Call to Action – Retiring non-URI Data Areas in Datacom By Kevin Shuma May 2024 As part of our Datacom “Beyond Code” outreach in 2023 and 2024, I have been participating in a number of Environment Reviews with our Broadcom Datacom customer base. In the environment review process, we look at both the physical implementation based on the Datacom Directory (CXX) as well as the database processing in the Multi-User Facility (MUF). During these physical reviews, I have come across a number of sites that still have data areas that are still using non-URI record addressing for some of their data areas. Non-URI addressing uses physical location addressing ...
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