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Data Sheet—Uber's New CEO Turns Away From 'Growth at Any Cost'

This is the web version of Data Sheet, Fortune’s daily newsletter on the top tech news. To get it delivered daily to your in-box, sign up here… 362 more words


Video Games and E-sports Will Lift Cloud Computing's Future, CEOs Say

Cloud computing has risen dramatically over the past decade and will continue to prosper over the next ten years, according to AMD CEO Lisa Su, who shared her thoughts Monday during… 322 more words


Removing failed clusters from Pivotal Container Service

Recently I decided to move my cloud native workloads from my primary datacentre in Utrecht to the secondary in Southport, UK. After getting NSX-T up and running in my nested compute cluster, it was time to begin the installation of… 457 more words


Troubleshooting vSAN Networking Issues with Health Checks – vSAN Health Check and vSphere Distributed Switch (VDS) Health Check

Recently, one of my colleagues was working with a customer that was intermittently getting an error on the vSAN health check in vSAN 6.6.x indicating that “A few hosts were failing ping test – large packet ping test: vsan: mtu check (ping with large packet size)”. 133 more words


VCSA Upgrade: Failed to authenticate with the guest operating system using the supplied credentials.

Problem: During an upgrade from VCSA 6.5 to 6.7, the following error was observed in the install log and prevented stage one of the upgrade from starting. 91 more words


VMware Tools 10.3.0: Additional considerations when updating Windows machines

Last week VMware released VMware Tools version 10.3.0.

Not only does it include new features and a security update to address an out-of-bounds read vulnerability, it also introduces a significant change in a way VMware Tools install to Windows operating systems. 292 more words


VMware Tools Out-of-Bounds Read Vulnerability

VMware Tools contains an out-of-bounds read vulnerability in HGFS. Successful exploitation of this issue may lead to information disclosure or may allow attackers to escalate their privileges on the guest VMs. 105 more words

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