Welcome to Feature Fridays episode 2! Bitnami and App Launchpad This is a new initiative to help enable our partners get the most out of their investment in the VMware Cloud Provider Platform. Each week we will release a new video covering a different topic in more depth. The content will be mostly The post Feature Friday episode 2 Bitnami and App Launchpad appeared first on VMware Cloud Provider Blog.
This series of blog articles presents different use cases for deploying machine learning algorithms and applications on VMware Cloud on AWS and other VMware Cloud infrastructure. At the time of writing, June 2020, the hardware accelerators for neural networks are not yet available on VMware Cloud on AWS. However, there are many very good reasons The post Use-Cases for Machine Learning on VMware Cloud on AWS – Part 1 appeared first on Virtualize Applications.
Wir präsentieren Ihnen eine neue integrierte Funktion in #VMware #vSphere 7, die es Unternehmen ermöglicht, eine elastische Infrastruktur für #KI- und #ML- Anwendungen bereitzustellen. Lesen Sie hier mehr: 👉🏼
VMware vSphere 7 soll es Unternehmen ermöglichen, eine elastische Infrastruktur für KI- und ML-Anwendungen (künstliche Intelligenz, maschinelles Lernen) aufzubauen. KI und ML – insbesondere Trainingsläufe für Deep Learning – erfordern eine Hardwarebeschleunigung für die umfangreichen, komplexen Berechnungen. Die Bitfusion-Funktionalität in vSphere 7 soll es hier ermöglichen, GPU-Ressourcen (Grafikprozessoren) zu bündeln und im RZ als Shared Pool zu betreiben. Dadurch könne ein Unternehmen GPUs effizient und schnell über das Netzwerk für Datenwissenschaftler und ML-Entwickler bereitstellen.
When original shelter-in-place regulations occurred, remote work was a critical enabler of business continuity. Employees and their employers realized what’s possible and what benefits could be achieved with a remote-first culture. As a result, our news feeds are inundated with projections […]
Many corporations’ collaboration practices were put to the test in response to COVID-19. Which of those practices were too fragile to survive the weight of a global emergency? Furthermore, how is VMware technology uniquely positioned to help exploit those best practices? I’m glad you asked. Barriers to Collaboration One of the best works on promoting The post Promoting Global Collaboration with VMware, Part 1: The Basics appeared first on VMware Professional Services.
Many service providers are looking for ways to serve the needs of new customer stakeholder groups. And one key stakeholder group in organisations today are development and DevOps teams. Developing custom applications for specific business needs is an important differentiator and innovation-driver on corporations’ digital transformation journey. Consequentially, development and DevOps teams own a significant The post Modern Applications Partner Acceleration Program now available! appeared…Read More
Both the VSAN Hardware Compatibility List (HCL) and the VSAN Release Catalog database which provides VSAN build recommendations should be updated periodically to ensure that you have the latest VSAN recommendations from VMware. In addition to using the vSphere UI to perform these update, customers can also automate either of these tasks using the VSAN […]
Since the launch of VMware Cloud Foundation 4.0 customers have been eager to get some hands-on time with this powerful hybrid cloud platform. In this blog, I want quickly to highlight two options for trying out VMware Cloud Foundation in a lab environment. VMware HOL Today we are pleased to announce the availability of Cloud The post Hands-on with VMware Cloud Foundation 4.0 appeared first on Cloud Foundation.
As HCI grows in maturity, many are now anticipating what the future of next generation HCI 2.0 would look like. Many are putting trying to define, what and how it should look like, but I have a different viewpoint on this and it involves a “Full Stack HCI” and looking at HCI to play a larger […]
I’m pleased to announce the general availability of PowerVCF v2.0 for download from the PowerShell Library. As mentioned in previous posts, PowerVCF is an open source project and the team has been working hard on the latest update in their spare time to add support for VMware Cloud Foundation 4.0.
Part 3: Managed services, scalability, pricing and packaging consideration for a true serverless developer experience In part one and part two of this blog series, we looked at the different options that VMware Cloud Provider partners get with the VMware Cloud Provider platform and especially […]
Recently I was asked if “statically” provisioned persistent volumes (PVs) in Kubernetes would be handled by Cloud Native Storage (CNS) in vSphere 7.0 and in turn appear in the vSphere client, just like a dynamically provisioned persistent volume. The short answer is yes, this is supported […]
The following blog post demonstrates using vRealize Automation to deploy Tanzu Kubernetes Grid (TKG) management and workload clusters. VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid provides a consistent, upstream-compatible implementation of Kubernetes, that is tested, signed, and supported by VMware.
VMware has worked together with SAP and its hardware partners like Dell and Fujitsu to validate and test vSphere 7.0 against SAP defined KPIs for virtualized platforms. These KPIs validate not only performance deviations, but also consistency and operation of a virtualized SAP NetWeaver (AnyDB)[…]
In this part of the series, we take a look at how to create a new network pool in SDDC Manager to support a workload domain deployment. VMware Cloud Builder APIs Used POST /v1/network-pools PowerVCF Cmdlets New-VCFNetworkPool PowerShell Scripts createNetworkPool.ps1 Procedure Step 1 – Download […]
Tomorrow, our expert team will show you what’s new in the latest version of VMware Cloud on AWS and deliver a guided demonstration – including interactive Q&A – of how to set up, deploy, and scale an on-premises vSphere environment in the AWS Cloud. Don’t miss this technical deep dive + demo!