Last year at VMworld, we announced Project Pacific, a ground-breaking rethinking of vSphere that deeply integrated Kubernetes with the platform. Earlier this year, about six months after the Project Pacific announcement, we released VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) with Tanzu, which incorporated the Project Pacific technology. While we have many VCF Tanzu customers and many customers are The post Announcing VMware vSphere with Tanzu: The Fastest Way to Get Started with Kubernetes appeared first…Read More
Every 6-9 months VMware has been pushing out a new feature release of vSAN. After vSphere and vSAN 7.0, which introduced vSphere Lifecycle Manager and vSAN File Services, it is now time to share with you what is new for vSAN 7.0 U1. Again it is a feature-packed release, with many “smaller […]
The VMware Cloud Foundation product team is pleased to announce the upcoming release of VMware Cloud Foundation 4.1. This new release builds upon the industry momentum and traction from the March announcement of VMware Cloud Foundation 4.0 with Tanzu by introducing new features and functionality that deliver developer ready infrastructure, allowing customers to scale without The post What’s New with VMware Cloud Foundation 4.1 appeared first on Cloud Foundation.
We recently announced four new VMware Tanzu editions, each of which packages capabilities of the Tanzu portfolio into a solution that directly addresses a single, common customer challenge. Your effort to modernize applications is already complex. Tanzu editions simplify your access to the tools you’ll need to move forward. Common principles Before walking through each of the four new editions, it’s important to first call out the characteristics that are common to all of them. Open…Read More
One of the most common concerns for Administrators looking to virtualize their Microsoft Windows workloads is the well-known issue of Time (or clock) drift in a virtual environment. Given the critical importance of accurate time keeping in modern production environments, this is a legitimate concern – one which has kept some Administrators from embracing and The post Ensuring Accurate Time-Keeping in Virtualized Active Directory Infrastructure appeared first on Virtualize Applications.
After organizing my HomeLab with the Snipe-IT Inventory Solution in the last episode HomeLab Stage XXXX Asset Management, it was time to focus a little bit more on network performance….. As you know, I am running two data centers at my […]
For IT teams inside large organizations used to managing any number of operating environments, Kubernetes is a breath of fresh, standardizing air. Forget its origins, forget any excitement over containers or microservices, and forget the sprawling ecosystem of related projects. What has some folks charged with managing Kubernetes deployments really excited is the prospect of managing all application infrastructure essentially the same way. Many apps, one abstraction According to Juergen…Read More
VMworld can be an overwhelming event, even for those who have attended previously. This post contains some hidden gems of the conference (events / activities you might not know about) to make your experience better.
With VMworld 2020 rapidly approaching, it’s time for the Virtually Speaking Podcast’s annual VMworld Preview episode. For the first time in history this event will be completely online. This week we welcome Duncan Epping and Ken Werneburg to let us know how we can get the most out of this event. Links Mentioned VMworld 2020
Calling all VMware vSphere, vSAN, and Cloud Foundation (VCF) fans! On September 15th VMware will be announcing key updates to our core platforms. We are excited to share the news about Developer-Ready Infrastructure with you. For IT administrators, operators and decision makers – this is news […]