The basis of competition has shifted from individual products and technologies to platforms, but with everyone aspiring to be a platform the bar is set high. A platform must be a value-creation entity, underpinned by a robust architecture that includes a set of well-integrated software artifacts and programming interfaces to enable reuse and extensibility by […] The post VMware NSX – It’s About the Platform Ecosystem appeared first on The Network Virtualization Blog .
“Are You Ready” for an incredible VMworld 2015? Be sure you are connected with VMworld social media and community, for on-site and online offerings. Social media can often provide that ‘virtual handshake’ to start conversations with the global VMworld community. Take advantage of the following resources to expand those discussions or enhance face-to-face networking opportunities — before, during or after the conference. …
Today at VMworld® 2015, VMware, Inc. (NYSE: VMW) introduced two new technology previews — VMware vSphere Integrated Containers and VMware Photon Platform — to empower enterprise IT operations teams to deliver containers in production on-premises and on VMware’s public cloud, VMware vCloud® Air™
Sunday, August 30th By Andy Troup As one of the solution architects on the Operations Transformation Services team, it is my pleasure to share our breakout session schedule with you and make sure you can easily find transformation sessions of relevance and interest. Why Operations Transformation, anyway? Our customers know that in order to optimize […] The post Welcome to VMworld 2015! appeared first on VMware Operations Transformation Services .
By Shawn Bass, CTO, desktop technologies, End-User Computing, VMware On May 11, 2015, we unveiled Project Enzo to the world as a next generation hybrid cloud architecture for the deployment and management of virtual desktops and applications. We shared some details publicly about the design principles that went into Project Enzo. Leading into VMworld next […] The post Get Into the Fast Lane with Project Enzo and Learn More At VMworld 2015 appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog .
By Jonathan McDonald Anyone who knows me knows I have a particular passion (however misplaced that may be…) for the VMware Certificate Story. This multi-part blog series will discuss a bit of background on the certificate story, what you need to know about the architectural design of it in an environment and some new features […] The post VMware Certificate Authority – My Favorite New Feature of vSphere 6.0 – Part 1 – The History appeared first on VMware Consulting Blog .
By Matt Coppinger, Director, End-User-Computing Technical Marketing and Enablement, VMware and Gary Sloane, Consulting Writer and Editor, VMware Are you considering virtualizing your 3D desktop workloads? Are you wondering if your 3D applications will perform on a virtual desktop? The new VMware Horizon 6 3D Engineering Workloads Reference Architecture looks at some of the more […] The post Achieving High-Performance 3D Graphics with Horizon 6 appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog .
I finished off 2014 with a round of predictions about the future of network virtualization, and now I find myself preparing my VMworld® 2015 session on a similar topic. So as a preview of what I’ll be talking about in a few days (and later on at VMworld Europe), I thought it would be worth looking at how my predictions are playing out at this point in the year.
Did you know VMware now offers a series of troubleshooting KBs on NSX for vSphere 6.x? The series covers topics ranging from NSX Controllers, Distributed Firewall (DFW), VXLAN, Guest Introspection, and NSX Manager to Edge Services Gateway and its services, including IPSec VPN, SSL VPN, and High Availability.
Performance overview charts are important to any vSphere admin’s life. I often use these as a starting point to troubleshoot contention issues, utilizing advanced charts after consultingthe overview.It wasn’t long after upgrading our Windows vCenter server from 5.5 to 6.0… Continue Reading →
“Are You Ready” for an incredible VMworld 2015? Be sure you are connected with VMworld social media and community, for on-site and online offerings. Social media can often provide that ‘virtual handshake’ to start conversations with the global VMworld community. Take advantage of the following resources to expand those discussions or enhance face-to-face networking opportunities — before, during or after the conference.
Thank you to everyone who applied for vExpert. I’m pleased to announce the list of 2015 Second Half vExperts. Each of these vExperts have demonstrated significant contributions to the community and a willingness to share their expertise with others. Contributing is not always blogging or Twitter as there are many public speakers, book authors, script […] The post vExpert 2015 Second Half Announcement appeared first on VMTN Blog .
One of the major components released with vSphere 6 this year was the support for Virtual Volumes (VVOLS). VVOLS has been gaining momentum with storage vendors, who are enabling its capabilities in their arrays. When virtualizing business databases there are many critical concerns that need to be addressed that include: Database Performance to meet strict […] The post Virtual Volumes (VVOLS) a game changer for running Tier 1 Business Critical Databases appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog .
By Gina Daly, Technical Writer for Technical Marketing, End-User Computing, VMware The VMware App Volumes Technical FAQ has recently been published! As the title suggests, this FAQ deals with the meaty technical questions you may have concerning VMware App Volumes. Questions have been divided into sections including requirements and maximums, installation and configuration, storage, management, […] The post VMware App Volumes Technical FAQ Now Available appeared first on VMware End-User…Read More