When you deploy a Tanzu Kubernetes Grid (TKG) Cluster using the integrated TKG Service in vSphere with Tanzu, you can specify a Virtual Machine Class Type which determines the amount of CPU and Memory resources that are allocated for both the Control Plane and/or Worker Node VMs for your TKG […]
Continuing our commitment to helping organizations around the world deliver a public cloud experience in the data center through VMware’s Virtual Cloud Network, we’re excited to announce the general availability of VMware NSX-TTM 3.1. This latest release of our full stack Layer 2 – 7 networking and security platform delivers capabilities that allow you to The post Simplify the Modern Network with VMware NSX-T 3.1 appeared first on Network and Security Virtualization.
The final Product Lifecycle phase for SD-WAN Edges 520, 520v, and 540 are as follows (refer to this KB article for more information): End of Sale Mar-25, 2021 End of Support/Life is Mar-25, 2026. The final Product Lifecycle phase for these models are as follows (refer to this KB article for more information): SD-WAN Edge […] The post End of Sale Announcement: VMware SD-WAN Edges 520, 520v, 540, 840 & 2000 appeared first on Partner News.
The workforce changed practically overnight last March, as millions of professionals quickly shifted to working from home. The global health crisis accelerated some trends that were already underway, and it looks like many of the changes are here to stay. In a recent Gartner survey, 82% of […]
Photon OS currently hosts the required packages and other artifacts using public servers on Bintray. As such, when a user issues any tdnf commands, Photon OS looks for the package updates in the Bintray repository. Going forward, we will be transitioning away from this service to one that is […]
Organizations spanning all industries are undergoing major technological shifts by leveraging software defined infrastructure to improve efficiency, increase customer engagement and enhance operational agility. Internet of Things (IoT) solutions represent a solid use case for digital […]
It is no secret that vRealize Operations loves applications. Whether you are looking for complete application to infrastructure monitoring or application discovery, vRealize Operations has many options. We understand the importance of applications to your business. Even the most pristine, […]
Hopefully this news should not come as a surprise to anyone but at the end of this year (December 31, 2020), Adobe and all mainstream web browsers will remove Flash functionality preventing users from interacting with any Flash-based web applications. This will also impact usage of VMware […]
With the release of vSAN 7.0U1, a major change was made with regards to what was termed “slack space” requirements. This basically referred to how much space should be set aside on the vSAN datastore for operational and rebuild purposes. I have had a few queries about this recently, so I thought I would take the opportunity to highlight some of the capacity management features now available in vSAN. This would also be a good time to revisit the advanced options for Automatic Rebalance, as…Read More
Although the vSphere 7.0 U1 update didn’t have any major core storage features added, there are some enhancements and additional interoperability in the release. VMware continues to enhance many of the prominent storage protocols to ensure performance and efficiency. We work closely with customers and partners to determine the most relevant and beneficial features or The post vSphere 7 U1 Core Storage Enhancements appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
Back in August, we made a big announcement for Horizon—the debut of VMware Horizon 8! Today, I want to highlight one of the new features: support for Linux published apps. We think this is really going to help out a lot of customers. Horizon and Linux Horizon offers multiple options to customers who are remoting […] The post Check out Linux published apps in Horizon 8 appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog.
The IT department is crucial to facilitate the researchers. Whether people are conducting research or providing care, NKI employees should be able to do their job, with easy access to their tools and apps. The post Netherlands Cancer Institute: ‘VDI by day, compute by night’ appeared first on VMware EMEA Blog.
Advertise here with BSA I wrote a vSAN HCI Mesh Considerations blog post a few weeks ago. Based on that post I received some questions, and one of the questions was around vSphere HA configurations. Interestingly I also had some internal discussions around how vSAN HCI Mesh and HA were integrated.
Happy to share that the Tanzu Kubernetes Grid (TKG) Demo Appliance Fling has been updated to support the latest TKG 1.2.0 release which just came out a couple of weeks ago. The TKG Workshop Guide has been updated to reflect all new TKG 1.2 changes along with an updated vSphere Content Library containing all the […]
In Part 2 of this series, we will be taking a look at deploying our Nested Lab in an Azure VMware Solution environment. Simliar to VMConAWS, we will need to deploy our NFS Photon OS OVA because administrative access to the physical ESXi hosts is not available. This is required to enable an advanced ESXi […]
I’m sure most readers are now aware that we now have 2 versions of what was initially called “Project Pacific” at VMworld 2019. Our initial release with vSphere 7.0 (vSphere with Kubernetes) was only available with VCF & NSX-T. However, with the release of vSphere 7.0U1, whilst we continue to […]
While preparing for this years VMworld, I had the unique opportunity to work across a number of VMware Cloud SDDC solutions such as VMware Cloud on AWS (VMConAWS), Azure VMware Solution (AVS), Google Cloud VMware Engine (GCVE) and Oracle Cloud VMware Solution (OCVS). During the the development […]