Announcing VMware Cloud Foundation Subscription Today, as part of the launch of VMware Cloud Universal, we are excited to deliver VMware Cloud Foundation Subscription that enables customers to proactively adopt multi-cloud infrastructure and accelerate their application modernization journey. VMware Cloud Universal is a program that includes subscription-based offers that give customers the financial flexibility to … Continued The post Announcing VMware Cloud Foundation Subscription: Consume…Read More
Gone are the days when one had to spend hours trying to figure out how to deploy VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) in their lab environment. With the help of VMware Lab Constructor, deployment of VMware Cloud Foundation in a nested environment has been made a lot easier. Providers can easily explore the functionalities of VCF in their nested lab environment. This video demonstrates the deployment of VMware Cloud Foundation 4.0 in a nested environment using VMware Lab Constructor. Products covered: VMware Cloud Foundation, VMware Lab Constructor
We’ll be expanding on this discussion at our cloud event on Mar 31st and Apr 1st. Register here. Last week I had the opportunity to present at Cloud Field Day 10. Well, it was less a presentation and more a discussion. It was an ask me anything (AMA) where the delegates ask all their burning […]
Across multiple industry segments, organizations have a need to comply with one or more regulatory standards and these compliance requirements typically fall within the CIO and IT teams. Auditing and remediation of an environment can be a complex, time-consuming task. The complexity increases with Software Defined Data Center solutions like VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF), that contain a multitude of different products that manage virtualization of storage, compute, and network resources. ……Read More
Note: This article was published with VCF 4.2 in mind. In order to discuss some of the topics in detail, it is important to ensure everyone understands the Bill of Materials of VMware Cloud Foundation.
By Matt Herreras, Director, Technical Marketing for VMware Cloud on Dell EMC VMware Cloud on Dell EMC has passed a SOC2 Type-2 audit adding to the growing list of security and compliance certifications for the service. These include SOC2 Type-1, GDPR, ISO/IEC 27001, 27017, and 27018, CSA, and the UK Cyber Essentials Plus certification. Please … Continued The post VMware Cloud on Dell EMC Achieves SOC2 Type 2 Certification appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
Lee Caswell, VP of Marketing, Cloud Platform Business Unit – CPBU at VMware discusses the Datrium acquisition, his view on containers vs. virtual machines and some details on Project Monterey where he talks about offloading CPUs and using Smart NICs.
Join VMware executives for a 35-minute live event to learn how to unlock the power of any cloud for a new generation of modern apps. Then dive deeper with labs, Cloud City demos and technical experts to turn your digital business vision into reality. Register Now.
We are starting a new blog series on VMware VCF. We are going to discuss VMware Cloud Foundation. VCF builds on the concepts of vSphere, which all of you already know well. VCF extends virtualization and automation to storage, networking and security to deliver a modern […]
The VMware Cloud on Dell EMC Team is happy to announce availability of our late February release of this service. This update features regional expansion to select countries in Europe as well as SOC2 Type 2 compliance that builds on our growing compliance and certification portfolio. With this […]
In this session, we will demonstrate how we can enable the VMware Cloud on Dell EMC service for a customer and place an order for a VMware Cloud on Dell EMC rack via Cloud Partner Navigator. VMware Cloud on Dell EMC offers the simplicity and agility of the public cloud with the security and […]
This is a blog series on the SDDC Import/Export for VMware Cloud on AWS Fling. The Fling enables you to save your VMware Cloud on AWS SDDC configuration and restore it to another SDDC. Part IV – Adding a New Feature – Finding API Calls