The Extreme Performance Series, well known from VMworld, is now extending into a video blog series. Many of the same presenters from VMworld deep dive performance sessions are covering the highlights of recent performance work. In this video, Mark Achtemichuk talks with Qasim Ali about about enhancements made to the scheduler in vSphere 7.0 U2 … Continued The post Extreme Performance Series: Scheduler Enhancements in vSphere 7.0 U2 for AMD EPYC appeared first on VROOM! Performance Blog.
At the opening day of VMworld 2021 today, CTO Kit Colbert shared what we’ve been working on to enable the agility and innovation of multi-cloud computing. From the virtualized data center to new cloud-native apps, every business will have to make the right choices to take advantage of cloud infrastructure, without getting caught in its complexity. For many companies, multi-cloud … Continued The post Multi-Cloud Infrastructure Announcements from VMworld 2021, All in One Place appeared first on…Read More
Software maker VMware has always been about tight partnerships with other tech vendors. When you are middleware between hardware and operating systems, you sort of have no choice. You need to support a diverse set of hardware below and a rich of operating systems and applications above.
The Azure VMware Solution Logical Design for Deployment and Connectivity showcases the connectivity between the on-premises data center, Azure Cloud, and Azure VMware Solution. In addition, it covers the primary steps for deploying your private cloud, firewall rules, and understanding roles […]
Last month, we released VMware Validated Solutions, a fundamental shift in developing VMware Validated Solutions that allows us to deliver incremental value to VMware Cloud Foundation Customers over time. This is just the first of what I expect to be many updates, but I’m really excited to share the following announcements with you all today: … Continued The post VMware Validated Solutions Update appeared first on VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) Blog.
With the release of vSphere (7.0 Update 3), brings new vCenter Server Events which can immediately benefit users of the VMware Event Broker Appliance (VEBA), especially with the latest VEBA v0.7 release! In vSphere 7.0 Update 2, there was a total of 1,861 events in a default installation of […]
Homelab just upgraded successfully to vSphere 7.0 Update 3! I really appreciate the “History” view to be able to see all the updates/patches that have been applied for your vCenter Server. Its the little things pic.twitter.com/Go9eicpeSp — William Lam (@lamw) October 7, 2021 After upgrading […]
By Uday Kurkure, Lan Vu, and Hari Sivaraman VMware, with Dell, submitted its first machine learning benchmark results to MLCommons. The results—which show that high performance can be achieved on a VMware virtualized platform featuring NVIDIA GPU and AI technology—were accepted and published in the MLPerf 1.1 Inference category. The testbed consisted of a VMware … Continued The post VMware and NVIDIA solutions deliver high performance in machine learning workloads appeared first on VROOM!…Read More
In this article, we give a technical preview of new VM class functionality, showing how it may be used for configuring virtualized GPUs/vGPUs in worker nodes on the vSphere with Tanzu platform. This will be useful to systems administrators and data science developers who are using containers […]
Friends and colleagues, we closed out Day 2 of VMworld 2021 and we covered a lot of ground. On-demand sessions? Check. Breakout sessions and hands-on labs? Check. Diverse perspectives from some very important guests? Check! Read on for the recap. Voices of VMworld: Will Smith, […]
Last year, VMware announced it was embarking on a hardware architecture rethinking to support modern apps running on VMware Cloud Foundation and called it Project Monterey. This year at VMworld there are several key updates to Project Monterey. On this episode of the Virtually Speaking Podcast, [..]
Unfortunately, this is the way things are that everything that begins must end. This was also what happened with this year’s VMworld. The largest IT conference organized by VMware has come to an end. Here we could end up wrapping ourselves in the blanket and awaiting the coming winter, but […]
I’ve recently been looking at some of the features around Tanzu Mission Control. Tanzu Mission Control (or TMC for short) is a VMware SaaS offering for managing and monitoring your Kubernetes Clusters across multiple clouds. My particular interest on this occasion was around the access policy features, especially when the Tanzu Kubernetes Grid (TKG) workload clusters were deployed with LDAP/Active Directory integration via the Pinniped and Dex packages that are available with TKG. In this…Read More
Azure VMware Solution provides a unified VMware Software-Defined Data Center (private cloud) integrating VMware vSphere (vCenter Server and ESXi), vSAN, and NSX-T virtualization technologies. VMware HCX, a workload mobility platform designed to simplify migrations to the cloud, is also included. Customers run the Azure VMware Solution private cloud natively on dedicated bare-metal Azure infrastructure and … Continued The post Introducing the Azure VMware Solution Logical Design Poster for…Read More
I briefly discussed the enhanced stretched cluster resiliency capability in my vSAN 7.0 U3 overview blog. Of course, immediately questions started popping up. I didn’t want to go too deep in that post as I figured I would do a separate post on the topic sooner or later. What does this […]
Tanzu Community Edition is a free, open source Tanzu Kubernetes distribution which has all of the same open source software found in the commercial versions of TKG. Cormac Hogan finds this to be a really cool announcement for a number of reasons, which he will briefly outline below.
Get the agility and innovation of VMware Cloud in your data center delivered as a Service with VMware Cloud on AWS Outposts. Today, we are very excited to announce that VMware Cloud on AWS Outposts will be available in VMware’s Q3FY22 and customers will be able to purchase it via the VMware […]