Summary: This Android Device Pre-Verification Suite Fling reduces the time to perform a preliminary test on any Android device from any OEM. Pre-verification result decides whether the device is eligible for a full device verification program or not. This eliminates the TAT (turnaround time) for basic test failures during the initial phase of verification from VMware. Customers/Partners can run this tool at their premise and check whether the device passes the device verification program entry criteria.
This day, 5th of December, started also with a general session and the first speaker was Banjot Chanana, Vice President of Product at Docker. He started with a recap of yesterday’s general session. He also touched on the digital transformation and that OPS needs choice,agility and security to be successful in the new world order. There was a demo of how Docker Enterprise 2.1 and DTR can help ops with implementing security.
Summary **This is an Open Source fling. Find out about VMware Open Source initiative on**https://www.vmware.com/opensource.html Dispatch-Solo is lean version of Dispatch which has been packaged as VM appliance. The goals of Dispatch-Solo are simple: Lower the barrier to entry - get started with Dispatch in a matter of minutes Support nearly the full Dispatch feature set - API compatibility Explore use-cases - get user feedback and iterate Because Dispatch and serverless is still in its infancy, understanding use cases is the highest priority.
The day (4th of December) started with the general session. Steve Singh, CEO of Docker, kicked of the keynote. He started with comparing Docker Container with containers in the harbor. As containers were revolution in the transport, containers are now at the heart of the 4th industrial revolution. Every company is becoming a software company as software is eating the world. Steve said that container platforms are replacing the current platforms.
Today is the first day of DockerCon 2018 Europe. Today you can follow different workshops, partner day, hands-on-labs, hallway tracks and round table session (invitation only). The day started with picking up my badge and backpack. After that I went to my first workshop of this conference. The workshop was about migrating .NET applications to containers. The presentation was given by Elton Stoneman. The workshop was setup in a format where you could choose to only follow it as a presentation or participate by doing the exercises yourself.
This month the following five flings were updated: Workspace ONE UEM Profile Migration Utility HCIBench ESXi Embedded Host Client Cross vCenter Workload Migration Utility Workspace ONE Configuration Tool for Provisioning Below are the changelogs of the flings that were updated this month. Workspace ONE UEM Profile Migration Utility Version 1.6 Added a log file for more advanced troubleshooting and auditing. A new file in the folder called: WS1UEM-Profile-Migration-Utility-log.