I recently posted about a new feature in vSphere with Tanzu called VM Service which became available with vSphere 7.0U2a. In a nutshell, this new service allows developers to provision not just Tanzu Kubernetes Clusters and PodVMs in their respective namespaces. Now they can also provision native Virtual Machines as well. The VM Service introduces a new feature called VirtualMachineClassBindings to a developer, and has also introduced some new behaviour around an existing feature,…Read More
It has only been about two months since our jammed packed v0.6 release of the VMware Event Broker Appliance (VEBA) solution but the adoption and feedback has been extremely well received by our community. Within the first week or so, we already had a number of folks who had successfully deployed the new version and […]
One of the most common questions we get is, “What is the performance impact of VM snapshot creation/deletion on the performance of guest applications running inside the VMs?” In this blog entry, we explore these performance aspects in VMFS, vSAN, and […]
Building on last year’s success of 25 million viewers, Apple elected to virtualize their Worldwide Developer Conference, commonly called WWDC, again in 2021. Virtual WWDC allows anyone to view any recorded session on-demand, including the Keynote and Platform State of the Union. As is tradition [..]
Recently I did a Q&A with our Radius team on the evolving platform engineering (or platform ops) teams that are emerging within many companies. This is a trend that is necessitated by app modernization and the need for a standard stack to help development teams accelerate application delivery […]
In March of 2021, we announced the launch of VMware Cloud Universal, a flexible subscription … The post Learn What’s New in the Latest Release of VMware Cloud Universal appeared first on VMware Cloud Community.
Although I come across a fair amount of interesting and challenging questions posed by our customers, I have to say this is certainly one of the more stranger question that continues to surface every so often. The question itself is fairly straight forward, but what I find strange is the […]
Apple has made a very exciting (for me) announcement today at WWDC 2021. I am back writing about stuff from WWDC like I did before. Apple is introducing a new way of delivering, processing, and evaluating everything we do on mobile devices known as “Declarative Device Management.” We are going […]
The DRS Dump Insight web app takes existing drmdump log files (each drmdump log file contains the actions proposed and taken by DRS within a certain time or file size) and provides a summary of the DRS run, along with changes in host resource consumption in a plain text format.
Katarina tweeted a very expressive tweet about her love/hate (mostly hate) relation with CPU pinning, and lately I have been in conversations with customers contemplating whether they should use CPU pinning. The analogy that I typically use to describe CPU pinning is the […]
While containers and containerized workloads are certainly gaining momentum with organizations redesigning business-critical applications for the future, the truth is, virtual machines are here to stay for the foreseeable future. Containers and VMs work well together for most critical IT […]
The VMware Cloud Provider Program: The VMware Cloud Provider Program is comprised of VMware software-as-a-service offerings and our global ecosystem of VMware Service Provider Partners. It is the ideal solution for all companies that offer hosted services to third parties, including […]
Having been here at VMware a year and drinking from a firehose to learn about all of our products, one of the things that really impresses me is what has been happening with App Volumes. Having been at Unidesk, the app layering company acquired by Citrix, I was keen to learn what was going on […]
This deployment guide illustrates the prerequisites and processes of setting up the newly introduced AI- Ready Enterprise Platform from NVIDIA and VMware. It includes NVIDIA Enterprise AI Suite, VMware vSphere® 7 update 2, NVIDIA A100 GPU-based servers, VM configurations and settings.
Last week we released version 3 of the SDDC.Lab project. For those of you who aren’t familiar with the project, it’s a set of Ansible scripts (Playbooks) that perform automated deployments of nested VMware SDDCs. An hour after you issue the deploy command, a fully-fledged vSphere … Pretty Cool!
The Top Three Applications Moving to HCI Applications running on hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) are more diverse than ever, as more organizations select HCI as their production infrastructure for mission-critical workloads. VMware is pleased to announce the results of a recently completed customer survey of over 600 organizations currently deploying an HCI solution globally. The changing … Continued The post The Top Three Applications Moving to HCI appeared first on VMware vSAN Virtual…Read More