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April 27th, 2021 // 6:00 pm CET

Enhanced Security and Lifecycle Management Features in VMware vSphere 7.0 Update 2

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It's never been as important to ensure good security practices are being applied to your IT infrastructure. With vSphere 7.0 Update 2, VMware has included a series of new features to secure your IT systems while at the same time, reducing cost and complexity.

One of the important pieces of lifecycle management is software and hardware updates. VMware with their vSphere 7 release, attempts to make updates easier to manage with vSphere Lifecycle Manager.

On this webinar, Graham Barker, vExpert and one of the top VMware influencers, and Mike Wilson, a Principal Architect at NetApp, vExpert and Austin’s VMUG leader, will discuss the latest in security for vSphere and how you can make updates easier with vSphere Lifecycle Manager. 

Panel discussion - for Live Attendees only!

After the main presentations, Graham and Mike will talk about VMware certification and share their personal secrets on how you can use it in real life to boost your career and bring value to your employer. 


1. New security features in vSphere 7.0 Update 2 - Graham Barker

  • Native Key Provider
  • TPM for Virtual Machines
  • Security hardening baselines for ESXi hosts and more

2. VMware Lifecycle Manager – how to make updates easier to manage - Mike Wilson

3. Panel Discussion: How to apply VMware certification in real life to boost your career and bring value to your employer

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Graham Barker

VMware Certified Implementation Expert

Graham works closely with VMware solutions. He is a VMware Certified Implementation Expert, 5x VMware vExpert & a VMware top 100 influencer. He regularly helps anyone pursuing VMware certification.

You can find him on Twitter @VirtualG_UK or via his blog

Mike Wilson

Principal Architect at NetApp

Mike Wilson is a Principal Architect at NetApp and has worked in a multitude of different IT roles spanning the last 25 yrs. He is one of Austin’s VMUG leaders, and holds multiple VMware certifications as well as being a vExpert for 7 years.

You can find him in Austin, Texas at home weightlifting while waiting for Windows updates to finish, or on Twitter under @IT_Muscle.

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