By Kendrick Coleman, Open Source Technical Product Manager, VMware Right out of the gate, Kubernetes 1.12 started hot with the feature list growing every day. At its peak, there were a total of 64 features that were being tracked either as new features entering alpha or as features progressing through stages to beta or stable. The post The Top 10 Features in Kubernetes 1.12 appeared first on Cloud-Native Apps .
Congratulations! You have made it to the final part of the vSphere Upgrade Series, Part 6: Upgrading vSphere Networking. To recap, I kicked off this series by reviewing our Upgrade prerequisites & compatibility, gathering our data, and Preparing to Upgrade. Next we continued by upgrading vCenter Server and migrating vSphere Update Manager (VUM) from vSphere 6.0 Update3 to The post vSphere Upgrade Series Part 6: Upgrading vSphere Networking appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog .
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VMware Integrated OpenStack 5 includes enhanced Kubernetes cluster support, the new VIO in a Box feature and improved security. It’s offered as two separate editions: the Carrier edition and the Data Center edition. Familiarize yourself with the ins and outs of the latest release.
Legacy networks are known for complexity, long-planning cycles, and even longer deployment times. But SD-WAN changes all that, proving to be simple to architect, configure, deploy, and manage. In this session, you will learn about real-world deployments and best practices in scaling an SD-WAN solution from one site to thousands of branches in a phased approach, without having to rip and replace your entire network. Find out the basic principles of migrating to VMware NSX SD-WAN by VeloCloud in a simple and scalable manner, such as: • Starting small and expanding the deployment incrementally • Getting interoperability with existing networks, routers, and connectivity • Addressing common customer questions, such as about firewalls routers,…Read More
Next up in our Automating your vSphere Upgrade blog series is your VMware Tools and VM Compatibility. Upgrading these both have different requirements so we will cover when and how you should upgrade your VMware Tools and VM compatibility in the below post. Upgrading VMware Tools When it comes to keeping your VMware Tools The post Automating Upgrade of VMware Tools and VMware Compatibility appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog .
I have had a few folks ask about Nested ESXi support on VMware Cloud on AWS (VMC), so lets get that out of the way first. Nested ESXi is NOT supported by VMware on any of our platforms, whether that is an on-premises or a cloud environment like VMC or any 3rd party vendors that […]
Explore these hands-on labs to learn how to modernize your infrastructure with a software-defined approach leveraging hyper-converged infrastructure and common management that extends across private and public clouds.
Kubernetes allows you to deploy and update containerized apps with reduced interruptions to business critical operations, scale applications at speed, and enable microservices with a range of abstractions and APIs. With VMware Pivotal Container Service (PKS) and VMware Kubernetes Engine (VKE) you can run Kubernetes in any environment and on any device. Join us The post Upcoming Webinar: Running and Monitoring Kubernetes on VMware appeared first on VMware Cloud Community .
This article forms a short introduction to a more detailed description of the sharing of GPUs using NVIDIA GRID, written by members of our Performance Engineering team at VMware: Lan Vu, Uday Kurkure and Hari Sivaraman. Data scientists may use GPUs on vSphere that are dedicated to one virtual machine only for their modeling work, The post Sharing GPUs for Machine Learning/Deep Learning on vSphere with NVIDIA GRID – Performance Considerations appeared first on Virtualize Applications .
One of the more enticing aspects of VMware Cloud on AWS is the ability for an organization to project an IT presence anywhere in the world independent of their existing operations. From oil rigs to retail shops, edge compute is a critical component of the modern world. Managing the costs of those edge deployments The post vSAN Witness Appliance in VMware Cloud on AWS appeared first on Virtual Blocks .
PKS aims to simplify how enterprises deploy, run and manage Kubernetes on any cloud. In the latest release, support for Amazon Web Services has been added. This video demonstrates the installation of PKS on AWS.
See what’s new in VMware Horizon Cloud. Includes a demo of new features in the deployment process. VMware End-User Computing (EUC) solutions empower the digital workspace by simplifying app & access management, unifying endpoint management & transforming Windows delivery. To learn more visit Digital Workspace Tech Zone at https://techzone.vmware.com
Apple macOS Mojave 10.14.0 introduces some updates to the Apple user-centric inter-app data-sharing security model. Any macOS device administrator wanting to ease their users’ transition to the new user consent for data access behavior in Mojave must pay close attention to the new Privacy Preferences Policy Control payload. What Is User Consent for Data Access? […] The post Apple macOS Mojave, and VMware Workspace ONE UEM appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog .
Proactive Findings, On-Demand Today, we are excited to announce the availability of Skyline Advisor. Skyline Advisor is a SaaS application, delivered by VMware, that allows customers to view their proactive findings and recommendations on-demand. Customers no-longer have to wait for their next Operational Summary Report (OSR) to be available to view potential issues discovered within The post VMware Skyline Advisor – Now Available appeared first on VMware Support Insider .
https://bit.ly/2yLKfH5 Apply and monitor best practices for security and compliance for vSphere infrastructure and VMs using the vSphere Compliance management within vRealize Operations 7.0. This video will show you everything you need to know to reduce risk and avoid common pitfalls.
VMware vRealize Operations 6.7, is the last release bundling vRealize Configuration Manager. VMware vRealize Operations Enterprise customers upgrading to versions 7.0 will continue to be entitled to vRealize Configuration Manager for their existing footprint, but Advanced customers upgrading to versions 7.0 will no longer be entitled. If your customers use vRealize Configuration Manager today, they can […] The post EoA Updates on VMware vRealize Configuration Manager, Mirage, & Horizon Flex……Read More