The Unified Access Gateway (UAG) can be used as gateway or reverse proxy and enables access to EUC products. Using VMware’s powershell scripts, a new UAG can be quickly deployed or an older version can be replaced in minutes. Typically, this can be done without a user noticing.
Last week I encountered a bug in the VMware WebClient in conjunction with NSX. When a VM is selected, no information about NSX Security Tags and Groups is displayed in the summary. Instead, only rotating circles are visible.
The next product gets the new version identification. After Horizon 8, sorry Horizon 20.06, VMware this week released the new version of the Unified Access Gateway (UAG). Besides the possibility to install future Photon OS updates during the boot process, the Health Monitor can now also be accessed via port 80. This is only a small part. It will be more detailed in this article.
VMware NSX for vSphere 6.4.8 resolves a specific issue identified in VMware NSX for vSphere 6.4.7, which could affect both new NSX customers as well as customers upgrading from previous versions of NSX.
If this year has shown us one thing, it is that this year is definitely “the year for VDI”. Never before have so many people worked from home or mobile. The demand for powerful and available solutions has never been greater.
With the announcement of Horizon 8, VMware underscores once again that its solution is one of the leading products in this category.
VMware has moved to the YYMM-style format. So the new version is named 2006. Let’s see what new features Horizon 8, 2006, will have…