Applications have always been the focus of IT. They provide value, what people use in their day-to-day; they are what truly matters. When applications go down, organizations could grind to a halt. That is why an infrastructure department needs to keep track of the applications that are running […]
In recently published benchmarks with VMware VMmark, we’ve seen lots of great results with the AMD EPYC 7002 Series (known as 2nd Gen EPYC, or “Rome”) by several of our partners. These results show how well a mixed workload environment with many virtual machines and infrastructure operations […]
Migrate from VMware NSX for vSphere to NSX-T with Minimal Downtime In order to help easily migrate from NSX for vSphere to NSX-T, with minimal downtime, the latest release of VMware NSX-T 3.0 introduces Maintenance Mode to NSX-T Migration Coordinator (a tool that has been built into NSX-T […]
VMware is excited to announce the availability of a new 2-host offering, expanding the configuration options available to VMware partners. Previously, VMware Cloud on AWS was available in a single host offering and a 3+ host offering. With the addition of the 2-host offering, our partners now […]
In my previous post “DevOps: Where Are We and How Did We Get Here?” I attempted to define DevOps by examining its roots and mapping its exponential growth to digital transformation initiatives. In this post, we will look at some of the early adopters of DevOps practices and the successful […]
The introduction of NSX-T 3.0 marks a significant milestone in the evolution of our full-stack networking and security platform. A key component of the VMware Virtual Cloud network, NSX-T 3.0 delivers cloud-scale networking, supports modern application […]. Join our webcast!
Remote Proof of Concept testing seems to be gaining in popularity recently. The major difference in on-site vs remote testing is the access to HW to test drive unplug or physical network failure. What I use in case of disk failure testing in a vSAN cluster is vSAN Disk Fault […]
Authors: Madhav Achari (Systems Test) Amitrajit Chatterjee (Field Solutions Architect) VMware Cloud Foundation 4.0 on Dell EMC VxRail introduces support of workload domain deployment and operations utilizing the public API interface. In this multi-part blog series, we […]
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Advertise here with BSA It seems that Event Season has lifted off, and the virtual roadshow has really started. I can’t remember a point in time where I had this many events scheduled in a few months. Actually, I think I have more events scheduled in the upcoming 3 months than I had in the […]
We’ve reviewed and changed the lay-out for ESXi system storage partitions on its boot device. This is done to be more flexible, and to support other VMware, and 3rd party solutions. Prior to vSphere 7, the ESXi system storage lay-out had several limitations. The […]
New notifications have been added to the VMware Cloud on AWS Autoscaler Service. Updates will … The post VMware Cloud on AWS: Auto Remediation and Planned Maintenance Notification Updates appeared first on VMware Cloud Community.
In this blog post I’m going to dive into what makes up a “vSphere Pod”. If you read my previous blog on the vSphere Pod Service, I touched on the different components that make up the service. One of those components was the vSphere Pod itself. Let’s dive in! What is a vSphere Pod? It’s […]