Authored by Paul Mounkes with input from the VMware Product Management and Technical Marketing teams. With the unending supply of books, seminars and training courses that promise to teach us how to succeed in business, it seems like there are more business tenets than there are stars in the sky….Read More
A wide variety of modern workloads greatly benefit from using hardware accelerators to offload certain capabilities, save CPU cycles, and gain a lot of performance in general. Think about the telco industry for example: Network Function Virtualization (NFV) platforms utilizing NICs and FPGAs. Or …Read More
Advertise here with BSA A while ago I wrote this article and created this demo showing the creation of a vSAN Stretched Cluster. I bumped into the article/video today when I was looking for something and figured that it is time to recreate the vSAN Stretched Cluster demo. I recorded it today, using vSphere / vSAN 7, and just […]
vRealize Automation Cloud Assembly is expanding limit types with the March feature release. We now offer improved methods for controlling CPU, Memory, and Storage utilization within a Cloud Zone that is assigned to a Project. Cloud Zones can be assigned to more than one Project. This allows a Cloud Administrator to overallocate resources across Projects. The post New Resource Limits in Cloud Assembly appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.
As the world is responding to the COVID-19 crisis, our thoughts and prayers are with everyone … The post Rapidly respond to business continuity challenges with VMware Cloud on AWS appeared first on VMware Cloud Community.
After the reconfiguration of my HomeLab workstation machine in Stage XXXII: Workstation Upgrade Again it was time to modify the Lab once again. I was using NSX-V for several years and now it was time to utilize NSX-T inside my… Read More Stage XXXIII: NSX-T
With the vSphere 7 Launch Event just a few days away, I know many of you are eager to get your hands on this latest release of vSphere and start playing with it in you homelab. A number of folks in the VMware community have already started covering some of the amazing capabilities that will […]
Spring is one of the projects we wrote about in “Boomerang Back: The Return of Pivotal Open Source Projects” and the family of Spring Projects are among the most notable to return to the VMware fold. Below, we’ll highlight two Spring Projects – Spring Boot and Spring Framework – but for weekly updates on Spring, The post An Introduction to Spring Projects appeared first on VMware Open Source Blog.
1 Introduction Organization are quickly embracing Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning and Deep Learning to open new opportunities and accelerate business growth. AI Workloads, however, require massive compute power and has led to the proliferation of GPU acceleration in addition to …Read More
Starting with NSX-T v2.4, we have a converged NSX-T manager appliance which handles the Manager, Controller and Policy API roles. We usually deploy a recommended minimum of 3 NSX-T manager instances to make up the NSX-T Management Cluster. The cluster is accessed (or consumed by CMP) via a VIP or…Read More
I’ve been spending a lot of time lately thinking about how organizations can provide services can operationalize the principles behind Infrastructure as Code in a way that’s accessible. In my experience, if a tool isn’t easy to use, it won’t be used. This is one of the biggest barriers to …Read More
In case you haven’t heard, earlier this month, the VMware Security Products Team and Carbon Black launched the VMware vExpert Security Program (original post can be viewed here). To join the program, you must already be a vExpert and interested individuals should reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org. If …Read More
The digital transformation of networking is revolutionizing the way enterprises conduct business. Companies everywhere are capitalizing on a variety of cloud-based applications—from voice over Internet protocol (VOIP) calling to video streaming—to boost productivity, reach new markets and …Read More
This month VMware announced vSphere 7 touting it as the biggest innovation since the launch of ESXi. This is a prettty signifigant release. So far the virtually speaking podcast covered part of the release in two previous episodes (vSphere with Kubernetes and vSphere Lifecycle Manager in the …Read More