H2OVMotionWhileTraining

H2OVMotionWhileTraining

H2OVMotionWhileTraining

This brief demo shows the migration (vMotion) of a virtual machine that is running a live machine learning training exercise in the H2O Driverless AI tool from one host server to another within the VMware Cloud on AWS SDDC. The progress of the ML training in H2O is continued as the vMotion succeeds. We then vMotion the same VM back to its original host – showing a scenario where some maintenance had to be applied to the host server .


VMware Social Media Advocacy

vSpeaking Podcast Ep 129: Project Pacific

vSpeaking Podcast Ep 129: Project Pacific

One of the big announcements at VMworld was a technology preview called Project Pacific. Project Pacific is a re-architecture of vSphere with Kubernetes as its control plane. To a developer, Project Pacific looks like a Kubernetes cluster where they can use Kubernetes declarative syntax to manage cloud resources like virtual machines, disks and networks. To the The post vSpeaking Podcast Ep 129: Project Pacific appeared first on Virtual Blocks.


VMware Social Media Advocacy

How to Tune vMotion for Lower Migration Times?

How to Tune vMotion for Lower Migration Times?

I an earlier blog post, The vMotion Process Under the Hood, we went over the vMotion process internals. Now that we understand how vMotion works, lets go over some of the options we have today to lower migration times even further. When enabled, by default, vMotion works beautifully. However, with high bandwidth networks quickly becoming The post How to Tune vMotion for Lower Migration Times? appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.


VMware Social Media Advocacy

Automate like a Service Provider with vRealize…

Automate like a Service Provider with vRealize Automation – Part I

Automate like a Service Provider with vRealize…

From IT Operator to Service Provider Much of the industry narrative around cloud, positions public cloud services as the solution to bring agility, scale, and flexibility to today’s enterprises. In many cases, the assumption is that these benefits can only be realized through the consumption of services from one of the hyper-scale cloud providers (AWS, The post Automate like a Service Provider with vRealize Automation – Part I appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.


VMware Social Media Advocacy

Project Pacific Technical Overview for New Users

Project Pacific Technical Overview for New Users

VMware’s Project Pacific is a re-configuration of vSphere that integrates Kubernetes as it’s control plane to allow for a higher level of abstraction that dramatically simplifies how we build, deploy, and manage modern applications and streamlines IT Operations and Development in today’s cloud-native and hybrid cloud world.


VMware Social Media Advocacy