By Joanna Guan and Davide Bergamasco In a prior post we assessed the performance of VMware vSphere Content Library, focusing on the instantiation of a virtual machine from an existing library. We considered various scenarios and provided virtual infrastructure administrators with some guidelines about the selection of the most efficient storage backing based on a […] The post How to Efficiently Synchronize, Import and Export Content in VMware vSphere Content Library appeared first on VMware…Read More
Many of you have been patiently waiting to hear the results of the VMware Certified Professional 6 (VCP6) beta exam you participated in earlier this summer. We just received the anticipated beta rescore dates: You will receive your exam score via email as usual, and shortly thereafter you will be able to log into myLearn […] The post Update on VCP6 Beta Exam Results appeared first on VMware Education and Certification Blog .
Editor’s Note: Ryan Fay shared his thoughts with us on his journey using vRealize Operations and related VMware software. He talked about some of these today during a panel at VMworld. By Ryan Fay, CIO at ACI Specialty Benefits Tell us about your organization and how you are using VMware software, focusing on vRealize Operations and Log […] The post Best Practices from ACI Benefits: vRealize Operations appeared first on VMware Cloud Management .
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By Tony Paikeday, Sr. Product Line Manager, EUC, VMware With VMworld in full swing, it’s already been a busy week full of announcements offering proof points of how VMware Horizon 6 continues to lead in the mobile cloud era, with a clear focus on apps, while delivering an unbeatable user experience for more use cases […] The post NVIDIA GRID 2.0: Powering VMware Horizon with the Next Generation of High Performance Graphics appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog .
Today at the start of VMworld 2015, VMware announced several enhancements to vCloud Air. These updates and others from VMware this week show how the company is looking to become a formidable contender in the cloud infrastructure market. Companies are depending on public clouds to a greater and greater extent and VMware is taking steps to provide the basic components that other cloud providers offer.
At VMworld in San Francisco, VMware released vSphere APIs for IO filtering or VAIO (No relation with a certain laptop series). With VAIO, VMware offers a framework to develop filters that run in ESXi and can intercept any IO requests from a guest operating system to a virtual disk. An IO will not be issued or committed to disk without being processed by IO Filters created by 3rd parties.How does it work IO requests moving between the guest operating system (Initiator), located in the Virtual Machine Monitor(VMM), and a virtual disk (Consumer) are filtered through a series of two IO Filters (per disk), one filter per filter class, invoked in filter class order. For example, a replication filter executes before a cache filter. Once the IO…Read More
VMware expanded its software-defined data center strategy with the introduction of its EVO SDDC software stack for managing storage, compute, networking and virtualization resources as a single system. EVO SDDC, previously known as EVO:RACK, can be used by OEMs to build integrated enterprise software-defined data center and cloud solutions that scale from one-third of a server rack to thousands of nodes. EVO SDDC was developed as a way to bring flexibility to data center infrastructures that traditionally have been built on rigid hardware configurations. The goal of EVO SDDC is to dramatically simplify the time and effort it takes to organisations to architect, procure, deploy and manage the software and hardware infrastructure of an…Read More
Building on the momentum from the VMware Business Mobility launch earlier this summer Sanjay Poonen introduced four new innovations from the company, highlighted real world customers, showcased VMware End-User Computing solutions in action, and brought on stage a surprise guest.
Since its release, VSAN 6.0 has attracted numerous customers to run their mission critical applications. We are still conducting a multiple part review of VSAN 6.0 starting here. With 6.1, VMware is further expanding VSAN’s capabilities with higher levels of enterprise availability and data protection.
Project Capstone was put together a few weeks before VMworld 2015 with the goal of being able to show what is possible with Monster VMs today. VMware worked with HP and IBM to put together an impressive setup using vSphere 6.0, HP Superdome X and an IBM FlashSystem array that was able to support running […] The post Project Capstone Shows Monster VM Performance appeared first on VMware VROOM! Blog .
More than 23,000 people have flooded the Moscone Center and the streets of San Francisco as VMworld 2015 has taken over the city. The first General Session of the week set the tone for an event focused on fast-paced innovation and transformational technology. Read on below for a recap of highlights from the General Session, […] The post EUC at VMworld Monday recap: Applications and Unified Hybrid Cloud dominate the conversation appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog .