Elastic DRS allows scaling your VMware Cloud on AWS cluster according to demand by adding or removing hosts automatically based on specific policies. This feature further extends the availability and resiliency of the SDDC cluster and removes the infrastructure operations burden from the customer.
With Horizon on VMware Cloud on AWS, you get the VMware Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC), delivered as a service on Amazon Web Services (AWS), with the market-leading capabilities of VMware Horizon. This video shows how you can use this hybrid cloud for virtual desktops and applications to […]
Back in February I shared a post called VMware Cloud Builder – Bringup Validation for VMware Cloud Foundation, where I discussed details around changes relating to the validation modules used within VMware Cloud Builder for VMware Cloud Foundation 4.2. At the time I promised to share more […]
Two new GA announcements for VMware Cloud Foundation this week, both including important security updates to VMware vCenter Server Appliance and other BOM updates as detailed below. VMware Cloud Foundation 4.2.1 The VMware Cloud Foundation 4.2.1 release includes the following: Security fixes for Photon OS: SDDC Manager 4.2.1 contains security updates for Photon OS packages from … Continued The post Announcing General Availability of VMware Cloud Foundation 4.2.1 and VMware Cloud Foundation…Read More
With VMware Cloud on AWS, the proven enterprise benefits of VMware vSphere, vSAN, and NSX are combined with AWS bare-metal instances to deliver a jointly-engineered service that makes moving to the cloud simple, without sacrificing reliability.
With the unstoppable rise of open-source databases, businesses are adopting multiple database management system types to power their applications. This creates the complex challenge of ensuring all infrastructure components are organized, compatible, and accessible to avoid mission-critical application failures, and while adopting these new databases and technologies, DBA’s are expected to do more with less … Continued The post Database as a Service (DBaaS) on VMware Cloud infrastructure with…Read More
I recently spent some time exploring VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) using VMware Cloud Builder, which is a tool that automates the entire VCF deployment and configuration when provided a set of ESXi hosts that meet all the pre-requisites. To begin a VCF deployment, users will typically provide a […]
With this Whitepaper, You’ll Learn: The most common cloud financial management challenges organizations face as they evolve through their cloud journey; The AWS tools designed to help alleviate cloud cost management and optimization challenges; […]
Whilst working on a few things this week I needed to upgrade my home lab running VMware Cloud Foundation, and was walking through the Upgrade Precheck when I hit a failure for the ESXi Config. During my investigation what I’ve found is that if there is any kind of warning that gets thrown in the…
Application initiatives are driving better business outcomes, an elevated customer experience, innovative digital services, and the anywhere workforce. Organizations surveyed by VMware report that 90% of app initiatives are focused on modernization(1). Using a container-based microservices architecture and Kubernetes, app modernization enables rapid feature releases, higher resiliency, and on-demand scalability. This approach can break apps The post Addressing the Multi-Cloud Connectivity and…Read More
Datacenters are growing in scale and complexity, extending from private clouds to public clouds and even multiple public clouds. Companies now need an intelligent, enterprise-grade solution that automates and simplifies operations management. VMware vRealize Cloud Management is a comprehensive multi-cloud management solution. It enables you to deploy and operate your applications, infrastructure, and platform services, … Continued The post Google Cloud VMware Engine and vRealize Cloud…Read More
For those of you who are not familiar with VMware Cloud Builder its a virtual appliance that is shipped as part of VMware Cloud Foundation. It’s primary goal is to bootstrap the deployment and configuration of the Management Domain which includes ESXi, vCenter Server, NSX-T Data Center and SDDC [..]
Since its inception, VMware Cloud on Dell EMC has matured into an enterprise-optimized infrastructure as-a-Service solution that scales up in density and capacity and provides enterprises with a fully managed, on-premises solution built to accelerate their digital transformation aspirations. The inclusiveness of the service eliminates any CapEx investment, includes a Dell VxRail infrastructure loaded with … Continued The post VMware Cloud on Dell EMC – Come See What’s New in Our April 2021…Read More