Containers and VMs – A Practical Comparison
Steve Tegeler, Director for Systems Engineering at VMware, presents a high-level comparison between virtual machines and containers.
VMC on AWS 4 Node Stretched Cluster
In the last month, there has been over 20 new services, features and functionalities added to VMware Cloud on AWS. For keeping up to date with all the new cool stuff we add to the platform, you can bookmark this […]
Performance when using vSAN Encryption Services
vSAN encryption services allow for any easy way to encrypt data in-flight, or at-rest within a vSAN cluster. But will it affect performance? And if so, by how much? Read on to learn more.
Ransomware Requires DRaaStic Measures—Part II – VMware vSAN Virtual Blocks Blog
The VMware approach to Cyber-Resiliency and Ransomware Protection: a match between Security and Recovery with VMware Carbon Black Cloud and VMware Cloud DR.
Closer look at vSphere Permissions for vSphere with Tanzu
Questions regarding vSphere Permissions for vSphere with Tanzu has been frequently brought up more lately and the majority of questions that I have seen, has primarily focused on the behavior of the vSphere UI Inventory. After taking a closer look and experimenting with a few permutations […]
The kubectl vsphere container is here
Do you want to run kubectl vsphere commands from a container? Do you want to be able to specify containers and also call the VM Service in the same YAML file? Well you have come to the right place. I built a simple container that takes 5 variables and sends it to kubectl vsphere in in a container.
vRTVS Management Pack for Oracle Database
The latest version of the vRealize True Visibility Suite (vRTVS) Management Pack for Oracle Database dropped on July 15! This release has several new features: Query objects are actually queries now, not just placeholder rankings. Multitenant Support New resources/objects: ASM Disk, PDB, […]
How to Add a Host in VMC
On-premise Data Centers have to be sized for future growth, usually 3 – 5 years of growth. Usually the original architecture is either under-scoped or wayyyyy over-scoped by the time you get to 3 – 5 years time. But…. growth does need to be taken into account, procuring new hardware can take […]
Quick Tip – Dynamic OVF input properties using DeploymentOptions
I first talked about OVF DeploymentOptions back in 2013, which enables an OVF/OVA author to define a set of deployment profiles (e.g. small, medium, large) which then automatically translate to a pre-defined set of compute, network and storage configurations when deploying an OVF/OVA. There […]
Find stale disks on Veeam Replicas using PowerShell
Do you #replicate using @Veeam ? Here is a script to show you when you have stale disks on your replicas 🙌 Don’t waste unnecessary space in your DR environment. Keep it clean people. 👇👇
VMworld 2021 recommended sessions by Duncan Epping.
This blog was originally posted by Duncan Epping on Yellow Brick.com https://www.yellow-bricks.com/2021/07/21/my-recommended-sessions-for-vmworld-2021/ It is that time of the year again, the VMworld content catalog has been posted online! Like every year I am going to provide a list of sessions that I highly recommend watching. There are many great sessions, and I can’t list them all, so […] The post VMworld 2021 recommended sessions by Duncan Epping. appeared first on VMware EMEA Blog.
The Economics of VMC on Dell EMC
Over the past year, in my work as a Cloud Economist here at VMware supporting the VMC on Dell EMC offering, I’ve had the privilege to run TCO analysis with many organizations across multiple industries and locations. In that time, I have found that some of these TCO studies […]
Deploying a VMware Cloud on AWS (VMC) Software Defined Data Center (SDDC)
Deploying your first VMC SDDC is so easy, you can start creating new workloads in about 2 hours. The official VMware documentation on deploying a VMC SDDC can be found here It is also worthwhile reviewing the On-boarding Checklist for purchasing VMware Cloud on AWS, which can be found here.
KubeAcademy Tour 2021
These training workshops are designed for attendees who are early in their cloud-native journey—you will walk out with more knowledge of basic concepts and greater comfort in working with containers. April – November 10:00 am – 1:00 pm PT | 1:00 – 4:00pm ET.
Cloud Native Runtimes for VMware Tanzu Advanced Is Now GA, Plus TriggerMesh
Back in March, during our Cloud Transformation event, we released the public beta of Cloud Native Runtimes for VMware Tanzu, which is based on Knative serving and eventing technology. Today, we have a couple of new, exciting announcements to make about Cloud Native Runtimes. The first is […]