On September 15th, 2020 VMware announced vSphere 7 Update 1. With this release came the announcement of vSphere with Tanzu. vSphere with Tanzu introduces the ability to run Kubernetes workloads on vSphere Enterprise Plus without having to run the full VMware Cloud Foundation Stack. Networking is accomplished using vSphere Distributed Switches and a Load Balancer The post Learn about vSphere with Tanzu at VMworld 2020 appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
As businesses shift priorities to enable remote work, take advantage of cloud innovation, and maximize their existing on-premises investments, relying on an effective multi-cloud, multi-edge hybrid approach is even more important than it has ever been.
The release of SRM 8.3.1 and vSphere Replication 8.3.1 is the first time I’ve seen a double dot release for either SRM or vSphere Replication that had any new features, let alone three! Let’s get into what’s included in this unexpectedly significant update to SRM and vSphere Replication.
As mentioned in a previous post, VMware now provides licenses for select Microsoft software. … The post Did You Know? VMware Is a Microsoft Data Center Provider appeared first on VMware Cloud Community.
VMworld 2020 is quickly approaching! To prepare for this first-ever virtual VMworld, we hosted a vSphere Tweet Chat with our friends over at VMware Events and vSAN. Joining us to answer eight rapid-fire questions were VMware experts from across the company and world: Josh Townsend (@joshuatownsend), Rick Walsworth (@RickWalsworth), John Dias (@johnddias), Bob Plankers (@plankers) The post #vSphereChat Recap: VMworld 2020 appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
Space efficiency techniques used with storage systems aim to achieve one goal: lower storage costs through reduced capacity consumption. VMware vSAN offers several space efficiency options to meet a variety of needs of our customers, but with vSAN 7 U1, we improve this flexibility by […]
Our team is looking forward to VMworld 2020 next week. We are so excited about all the informative sessions and valuable offers we have planned for our customers this year. Read on for some previews and remember to stop by the Customer Experience & Success solution page which can be found at the VMware Demo … Continued The post VMworld 2020: Everything You Need to Know about Sessions, Certifications, and Special Savings! appeared first on VMware Education Services.
We are excited to announce the general availability of security policies and policy insights in Tanzu Mission Control. With the launch of these new capabilities, administrators can easily streamline and manage the security of their Kubernetes cluster fleet.
The vSphere Clustering Service (vCLS) is a new capability that is introduced in the vSphere 7 Update 1 release. It’s first release provides the foundation to work towards creating a decoupled and distributed control plane for clustering services in vSphere. The challenge being that cluster services, like the vSphere Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS), depend on The post vSphere 7 Update 1 – vSphere Clustering Service (vCLS) appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
Overview VMware is constantly working to improve the products offered to customers aiming to provide solutions based on modern and reliable technologies and positioning security and stability of customer workloads at the centre of our goals. As part of the products technical evolution VMware always considers the official regulations and standards which customers must comply The post New Host Client appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
In the light of Microsoft announcing the end of support for Internet Explorer 11 by MS365 products and the official guidance from MS for IE11 users to migrate to MS Edge, VMware has decided to end the support for IE11 by all active versions of the vSphere Client, starting from the next update in the release line of The post VMware Announces End of Support for IE-11 appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
Accessing vCenter in VMware Cloud on AWS SDDC from the Internet Like any other SDDCs and vSphere environment, VMware Cloud on AWS SDDC is also managed and administered from within VMware vCenter Server. vCenter server provides a centralized and extensible platform for managing virtual […]
Grab your beverage of choice and join Pure Storage and VMware to recap the key announcements from #VMworld 2020, followed by live Q&A and discussions with experts in a “birds of a feather” breakout format.
VMware is on the path of creating the platform to build, run, manage, connect, and protect both traditional workloads and newer containerized applications from any device. This goal drove us to introduce vSAN native File Services. The hypervisor integrated service creates a bridge for environments that require file-level services. vSAN File Services is a distributed service layer that is resilient and scalable while being easy to manage trough the well-known vSphere UI.
In this post, we will look at what is in the new release of the vSphere CSI driver for Kubernetes, as well as enhancements to Cloud Native Storage (CNS) that handles CSI request on the vSphere infrastructure. CSI improvements will be available in version 2.1 of the driver, and the CNS components will be part of vSphere 7.0U1. Both are required for the features discussed here. The main objective of this release is two-fold: (a) to add CNS-CSI features to vSphere with Kubernetes so that it has…Read More