VMware Cloud Disaster Recovery is now Available
Recently, VMware has announced the availability of VMware Cloud Disaster Recovery, based on the recent acquisition of Datrium.
VMware Cloud on AWS Hands-on Lab
Hands-on Labs are the fastest and easiest way to test-drive the full technical capabilities of VMware products. These evaluations are free, up and running on your browser in minutes, and require no installation.
What’s New in Horizon Cloud Connector 1.8 Release
Horizon Cloud Connector 1.8 release not only has many enhancements, but also provides more flexibility to customers. Customers can now choose the resource utilization based on the cloud features they plan to use. Deployment Profiles Previous releases of Cloud Connector required resources (vCPU, RAM) to support all features of the VMware Horizon hybrid solution. These features include: • Subscription License • Connection Server Monitoring • Image Management […] The post What’s New in Horizon…Read More
Quick Tip: VCF deployment (via VLC) on vSphere 7 Update 1 – Error “Cluster xxxx …
As the title suggests, this blog is a quick tip on how to resolve the VCF (via VLC) deployment issue on vSphere 7 Update 1, which throws the following errors – “Cluster xxxx does not have any hosts” OR “Cluster xxxx will need HA disabled and DRS either set to partially automated or manual to […]
Register for VMware’s Virtual Cloud Network Event
Join VMware executives, customers and industry thought leaders for an online event discussing the need for a modern network. They will showcase VMware’s Virtual Cloud Network, and highlight networking solutions that deliver agility, transparency and simplicity.
i3en.metal Compression Only
With the VMConAWS 1.12 rollout came a significant enhancement to the already impressive i3en.metal host. With this latest update, we have increased the usable capacity for any i3en clusters by enabling Compression-Only within vSAN. Existing customers will see improvements in real-time as SRE […]
What’s new with VMware Cloud on AWS!
VMware Cloud on AWS provides a platform for running customers’ enterprise workloads of today and tomorrow. With VMware Cloud on AWS, customers can start their modernization journey with minimal disruption to their business.
Comparing the Performance of i3 vs i3en Instance Types of VMware Cloud on AWS with Oracle Database and SQL Server
With the introduction of the i3en instance type for VMware Could on AWS, it is possible to achieve higher performance than with the previous i3 instance type. The new i3en instances use hosts with newer Intel Xeon Processors, have more RAM, and more raw storage capacity. To measure exactly what the impact to performance is … Continued The post Comparing the Performance of i3 vs i3en Instance Types of VMware Cloud on AWS with Oracle Database and SQL Server appeared first on VROOM! Performance…Read More
vSphere Mobile Client for VMware Cloud on AWS
In this episode, VMware experts have talked about the vSphere Mobile Client that enables administrators to monitor and manage vSphere infrastructure directly from any mobile device. Also, check out the live demo in this episode to learn more. – Special Offer: The first meaningful feedback in the app which mentions the podcast will get US$10! (Paypal or Venmo only, US$ only). You must include your email. – For more info, go to: http://flings.vmware.com/vsphere-mobile-client
Announcing General Availability of VMware Cloud Foundation 4.1
VMware is pleased to announce general availability of VMware Cloud Foundation 4.1, providing important new features that deliver developer ready infrastructure, allowing customers to scale without compromise while simplifying operations of VCF deployments. A summary of the new features and capabilities can be found below along with useful links to blogs, release notes and updated The post Announcing General Availability of VMware Cloud Foundation 4.1 appeared first on Cloud Foundation.
How do I Integrate VMware Cloud on Dell EMC into an Existing Data Center? (Part 3)
By Matt Herreras, Director, Technical Marketing for VMware Cloud on Dell EMC This blog is the third post in a three-part series leading up to VMworld 2020. The series has dealt with challenges and solutions for technology integration and workload migration. The first post set the stage with a customer scenario. In this scenario the The post How do I Integrate VMware Cloud on Dell EMC into an Existing Data Center? (Part 3) appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
Announcing VMware Cloud Disaster Recovery: On-demand DRaaS to Protect your vSphere Workloads
We are very excited to announce VMware Cloud Disaster Recovery – a new VMware on-demand disaster recovery (DR) offering that will be delivered as a simple easy-to-use SaaS solution with the benefits of cloud economics. Based on technology from VMware’s recent acquisition of Datrium, it will enable IT and business continuity teams to resume critical The post Announcing VMware Cloud Disaster Recovery: On-demand DRaaS to Protect your vSphere Workloads appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
VCF with vVols and Cloud Management with Hitachi HCI
Hitachi Vantara, together with VMware, delivers solutions that allow our customers to efficiently manage, govern, and mobilize key data infrastructure across data centers and clouds, reducing the complexity and cost of disparate applications and services. Hitachi is committed to accelerating your digital transformation journey. By bringing IT agility to life with deep integrations that are The post VCF with vVols and Cloud Management with Hitachi HCI appeared first on Power of Partnership.
How do I Integrate VMware Cloud on Dell EMC into an Existing Data Center? (Part 2)
By Matt Herreras, Director, Technical Marketing for VMware Cloud on Dell EMC This post is the second in a three-part series leading up to VMworld 2020. The series will deal with challenges and solutions for technology integration and workload migration. The third and final post will complete the series. It will showcase VMware Cloud The post How do I Integrate VMware Cloud on Dell EMC into an Existing Data Center? (Part 2) appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
VMC on AWS – Preparing for Networking and Connectivity in VMware Cloud on AWS
In this article, we have discussed about network framework of VMware Cloud on AWS. We have also discussed about the network recommendation that need to decide before we onboard to VMware Cloud on AWS.
Accessing vCenter in VMware Cloud on AWS SDDC from the Internet
Accessing vCenter in VMware Cloud on AWS SDDC from the Internet Like any other SDDCs and vSphere environment, VMware Cloud on AWS SDDC is also managed and administered from within VMware vCenter Server. vCenter server provides a centralized and extensible platform for managing virtual […]