Last year at VMworld we announced Project Pacific, a rearchitecture of VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) to deeply integrate Kubernetes into the fabric of vSphere. Project Pacific quickly led to product releases closely integrated with our Tanzu portfolio – VMware Cloud Foundation with Tanzu and now vSphere with Tanzu – to provide a powerful and consistent The post Announcing Project Monterey – Redefining Hybrid Cloud Architecture appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
VMware is all set to welcome you to their first-ever digital event, VMworld 2020. Get ready for 48 hours of non-stop innovation with industry leaders, subject-matter experts, and thousands of IT professionals. Each day this week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast, Pete and John will be sharing technical interviews from various VMware solutions. VMworld Sessions The post vSpeaking Podcast VMworld Discussions Day 0 appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
In this final installment of my “vSphere with Tanzu” posts, we are going to look at how to create our very first Tanzu Kubernetes (TKG) guest cluster. In previous posts, we have compared vSphere with Tanzu to VCF with Tanzu, and covered the prerequisites. Then we looked at the steps involved in deploying the HA-Proxy to provide a load balancer service to vSphere with Tanzu. In my most recent post, we looked at the steps involved in enabling workload management. Now that all of that is in…Read More
Everywhere I look, someone’s talking about machine learning (ML) or artificial intelligence (AI). These two technologies are shaping important conversations in multiple sectors, especially marketing and sales, and are at risk of becoming overused and misunderstood buzzwords, if they haven’t already. The technologies have also drawn the attention of security professionals over the past few The post Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, and How the Two Fit into Information Security…Read More
Part 1 of this set of blogs introduces the core concepts in the new Multi-Instance GPUs (MIG) software functionality. MIG can be used with the NVIDIA A-series GPUs on vSphere 7 U1. The MIG functionality optimizes the sharing of a physical GPU by a set of VMs on a vSphere 7 U1 host in new The post VMware vSphere 7 U1 with NVIDIA Multi-Instance GPUs (MIG) for Machine Learning Applications appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
vSphere vMotion is one of the most popular features of VMware vSphere. vMotion enables live migration of workloads and provides flexibility and business continuity even in the face of physical server downtime due to patch updates or troubleshooting. Although vMotion has been used successfully […]
Achieving optimal levels of performance, capacity, and availability in an environment requires proper design and planning. The datacenter in its current state comprises a wide variety of workloads from traditional applications to containerized solutions. This is coupled with varying requirements of data services related to security, compliance, and space efficiency. The legacy methods of sizing The post What’s new with vSAN Sizer appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
Friends, We are extremely proud to bring to you the Hands-on Labs program at VMworld 2020. We wanted to share with you that we have done tons of testing to make sure the apps behind the scenes work together nicely and as a result
In earlier posts, we look at the differences between the original “VCF with Tanzu” offering and the new vSphere with Tanzu offering from VMware. One of the major differences is the use of HA-Proxy to provide a load balancing service, and the deployment steps of the HA-Proxy we covered in detail …Read More
In these unprecedented times, as we shift to the “remote-first” world of computing, cloud-based Windows 10 desktops have been a key enabler of employee productivity. VMware Horizon Cloud on Microsoft Azure and Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop have helped business accelerate their cloud journey from years to weeks. Together, we’ve enabled our customers to keep thousands […] The post You’ve Moved Your Desktop to the Cloud; What About Your Apps? appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog.
VMworld is fast approaching. In the past 16 years hundreds of keynotes, thousands of sessions and millions of visitors have passed by! But – and that is the best part – each person has their own unique experience. So, whether you’re a regular attendee, or this is your first year attending, here’s a little VMworld quiz to […] The post VMworld Quiz time: What is your VMworld-personality type? appeared first on VMware EMEA Blog.
Hitachi Vantara, together with VMware, delivers solutions that allow our customers to efficiently manage, govern, and mobilize key data infrastructure across data centers and clouds, reducing the complexity and cost of disparate applications and services. Hitachi is committed to accelerating your digital transformation journey. By bringing IT agility to life with deep integrations that are The post VCF with vVols and Cloud Management with Hitachi HCI appeared first on Power of Partnership.
Join Josh Rosso as he explores some cool stuff in the Kubernetes space! We’ll start the episode out covering what’s new in the cloud native space then get into some exploration! In this episode we’ll be digging into hierarchical namespaces. A new controller available in the Kubernetes ecosystem to help further clusters abilities to support multi-tenancy. episode directory: https://github.com/vmware-tanzu/tgik/tree/master/episodes/133 – 00:00:00 – Welcome to TGIK! – 00:04:37 – Week in Review – 00:15:11 – Hierarchical Namespace Overview – 00:30:05 – Installing HNC and the Plugin – 00:40:53 – Creating Namespaces – 00:54:38 – Synchronizing Objects – 01:15:32 – Experiments with NS Ownership and more! – 01:31:53 – Advanced Resource Quota…Read More
Friends, we are extremely proud to bring to you the Hands-on Labs program at VMworld 2020. We wanted to share with you that we have done tons of testing to make sure the apps behind the scenes work together nicely and as a result […]
This week VMware announced vSphere 7 Update 1 which includes vSphere with Tanzu, updates to vLCM, vSphere Clustering Service, security, scalability enhancments, and more. This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we welcome Niels Hagoort to walk us through the details of this release. Links Mentioned Announcing vSphere with Tanzu vSphere Clustering Service vSphere 7
We have the answers to seven critical points: what are their priorities; what applications do they need to meet those objectives; what platforms do those applications demand; where do they need to run; how will applications get to users; how do they secure them; and, finally, how is it all going to be managed.