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VMware vCenter Mobile Access (vCMA)

I was having a play with my new iPad today and decided to take a look at the VMware vSphere Client for the iPad.

Having installed the app, I discovered that I needed to install VMware vCenter Mobile Access (vCMA) to get the iPad client to connect.

I was surprised that the vCMA  is a fully configured and ready to run virtual appliance that is required to manage your datacenter from mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets (iPad).  Using either a mobile browser or the native iPad application, administrators can perform various troubleshooting and remediation activities in their VMware environments from anywhere in the world.

Take a look at this video using the appliance on a BlackBerry.

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