VOP-SE is required to sell VMware SD-WAN and VMware Edge Network Intelligence, however we are waiving that requirement through Q1 FY22 (through April 30, 2021). The post Update on the VMware SD-WAN and VMware Edge Network Intelligence Requirement for VOP-SE appeared first on Partner News.
As 2021 kicks off, we want to share more about new enhancements delivered in VMware Cloud Disaster RecoveryTM in December, shortly before we all took well-deserved time-off to end 2020. But before we get to that, let’s take a look at a few customer cases since VMware Cloud Disaster Recovery was first released in October. The post DRaaS Goodness to Start the New Year appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
Come hang out with Scott Lowe as he takes a look at the latest iteration of Cluster API. In this episode we’ll explore new features found in the most recent versions of Cluster API and see how they work!
Welcome back to The Essentials: vRealize True Visibility Suite. Last time we talked about the importance of relationship mapping in vRealize Operations and the extensibility that management packs bring to the platform. This week we’ll be exploring another foundational component that allows […]
Jean Philippe Barleaza, VP Partners, Alliance and General Business EMEA, VMware Earlier this year three quarters of CIOs named app modernization as a top priority, but at the same time almost 48% of executives admitted it had been over a year since they’d made improvements to their app portfolios. Why? The reality is that most […] The post Five reasons VMware Tanzu is the next big opportunity for partners appeared first on VMware EMEA Blog.
Overview Starting with vSphere 7.0 Update 1, vSphere Cluster Services (vCLS) is enabled by default and runs in all vSphere clusters. VMware would like to make critical cluster services like vSphere High Availability (HA) and vSphere Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS) always available and […]
Among the long list of enhancements introduced with vSAN 7 U1 is a subtle but important improvement to one of vSAN’s optional storage policy rules that changes how data is placed. Since data placement concepts can become complex, this post will use simple examples to describe the change and will not cover all cases. Let’s The post Stripe Width Improvements in vSAN 7 U1 appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
VMware Horizon Control Plane services offer customers a simple way to manage and deliver virtual desktops and applications hosted in the cloud of their choice, from on-premises to hybrid clouds. In our Learn About the Horizon Control Plane series, we have covered image management, universal brokering and multi-cloud assignments and app management. Today, we’ll continue with … Continued The post Learn About the Horizon Control Plane – Monitoring appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog.
Over the past three years of continuous operations, we have relentlessly optimized and improved the VMware Cloud on AWS service. Today we’re ecstatic to announce that we’ve effectively removed Stretched Cluster Cross-AZ charges from within the service.
With 3+ years in the market, VMware Cloud on AWS is helping customer accelerate their hybrid cloud journey in a fast, cost-effective manner with minimal risk and has garnered real-world satisfaction among customers and partners due to its consistent infrastructure and operations and seamless […]
Given the 2020 global pandemic, Netflix DVD, like many other companies, had to change their security policies and adapt to the new normal. Their partnership with VMware Carbon Black has provided the team with an ability to plan and predict their security infrastructure accurately, allowing them [..]