VMware Radius: Welcome to the ‘Year of Hyper-Converged Infrastructure’
Preparing to speak on the VMworld 2016 mainstage, VMware SVP and GM Yanbing Li talks about HCI, customers, and the future of storage.
VMworld 2016, EMC AppSync & XtremIO Integration with VMware vCenter – Itkizr’s Blog
What an awesome year for us at EMC XtremIO, so many things going on! One of the announcements we are making at VMworld is the integration between Appsync to the vCenter but what does it actually mean? Well, if you are new to Appsync, I suggest you start here: http://xtremioblog.emc.com/xtremio-appsync-magic-for-application-owners so still, what’s new? We […]
Saving Time with vROps Scheduled Reports
By: Kyle Wassink, Blue Medora IT reporting is a common requirement in organizations, from simple one page overviews to comprehensive analysis and forecasting. Depending on how you create these reports, it can be a time consuming task that can be simplified. That’s where vRealize Operations can help with scheduled reports. Creating a The post Saving Time with vROps Scheduled Reports appeared first on VMware Cloud Management .
Virtualization Gains: VMware Optimization Assessment and Marginal Gains
Marginal gains theory is again in focus following the Rio Olympics. In sport where the margins between glory and disappointment are so slender, coaches look for opportunities to optimize athletes n…Read More
Updated Windows Operating System Optimization Tool Guide
The VMware OS Optimization Tool (OSOT), a VMware Fling, helps optimize the performance of Windows-based virtual desktops used with View in VMware Horizon 7, VMware Horizon Air Cloud-Hosted Desktops and Apps, and VMware Horizon Air Hybrid-Mode. The recently published update of the VMware Windows Operating System Optimization Tool Guide (OSOT Guide), which documents the use of the OSOT, includes several changes from the previous version of the guide. The post Updated Windows Operating System…Read More
Extending the Value of VMware App Volumes Using StacksWare
As we build out our real-time application delivery platform with VMware App Volumes, we are always thinking about what the next stop on the innovation train is going to look like. We want to keep delighting customers with features that continue to ease application delivery and lifecycle management in VMware Horizon, Citrix XenApp, XenDesktop and […] The post Extending the Value of VMware App Volumes Using StacksWare appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog .
Journey to VCIX-NV – Part 4 – DLR Control VM SSH Access (via vMusketeers)
So, in this this stage I wanted to test the Distributed Logical Router (DLR) setup. The DLR is one of two types of routers available in NSX Platformandis mainly used inEast-West traffic routing to avoidthe traffic hair-pinning which can occur in normal centralized routing. For more info, check Roie ben Haim‘smarvelous article about the DLR here. The DLR consists mainly of two components: The Control VM (CVM) which is an Edge Services Gateway (ESG) built specifically to handle routing. Like…Read More
Network Inferno: License NSX via automation with PowerCLI
Quick one today. As of NSX 6.2.3 and 6.2.4 onwards there are licensing tiers. Standard, Advanced, and Enterprise unlock a different set of features. Whilst I won’t hop on the soap box about that today (buy me a beer and I will) there have been lots of automation efforts using PowerNSX to deploy NSX. With … Continue reading “License NSX via automation with PowerCLI”
VSAN Assessment: What’s New – Virtual Blocks
The VSAN Assessment is a free SaaS based tool which gives you a comprehensive analysis of your vSphere environment andhighlights the value of VSAN if implemented. With the VSAN Assessment you can: Identify which VMs are a suitable candidate for VSAN – All Flash or Hybrid View Sizing and Hardware recommendations (# of servers, SSD) The post VSAN Assessment: What’s New appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
The Next Wave: Enterprise-Grade Monitoring with NVIDIA GRID vGPU & VMware Horizon 7
Here at VMware, we’ve set out to enable workplace mobility by delivering rich, immersive virtual workspaces powered by VMware Horizon and NVIDIA GRID vGPU technology. Today, we’re excited to share that NVIDIA is announcing the next wave of innovation with its latest release—bringing enterprise-grade management tools to market to provide IT granular insight into the […] The post The Next Wave: Enterprise-Grade Monitoring with NVIDIA GRID vGPU & VMware Horizon 7 appeared first on VMware…Read More
VMware Validated Designs Software-Defined Networking Overview
VMware’s Software Defined Data Center architecture is a key component in the VMware Validated Designs blueprint and extends the benefits of virtualization across the entire data center infrastructure to include compute, storage and network. In this video we explore the network virtualization capabilities are provided by VMware NSX in the VMware Validated Designs. Learn more about VMware Validated Designs at vmware.com/go/vvd or follow updates on Twitter @VMwareSDDC
Momentum growing: VMware Virtual SAN customer base grows 200%
VMware, announced that Amway, iGov Technologies and SugarCreek have implemented VMware Virtual SAN, the hyper-converged solution with more than 5,000 customers. Year over year, the VMware Virtual SAN customer base has grown 200 percent.
Still Better Together: Juniper Networks QFX5100 Switches Certified with VMware NSX
It’s no secret that cloud computing is key to remaining competitive in today’s rapidly changing networking landscape. But, many organizations often overlook new network connectivity tools that are critical to capitalizing on all of the benefits offered by the cloud. That’s why I’m excited to share h…Read More