Thank you to everyone who applied for the vExpert 2020 Second Half and thank you to the vExpert PROs for helping with the voting process! We are pleased to announce the complete list of vExperts for 2020. You can visit https://vexpert.vmware.com/directory to see a list and profile of each vExpert and the vExpert BU lead
We’re excited to announce a new KubeAcademy course— Building Images. Designed for developers, devops engineers, and architects, this intermediate-level course covers different approaches for building images. Completing it will give you the skills and understanding needed to easily start […]
VMware has announced it will acquire Blue Medora, a provider of a service for integrating data collected by IT monitoring tools, to expand its efforts to advance the adoption of artificial intelligence to automate IT operations (AIOps).
With physical and remote workforces in flux, there has never been a more critical time to evaluate how technology in the workplace has an impact on you and your coworkers’ lives. Not only is 2020 the start of a new decade, it has also been a defining year for change in how we interact with […]
Continuing the last post, now we will be converging vCenter Server with External PSC to vCenter server with Embedded PSC using vSphere Client. We can still use the scripted procedure which was available in vSphere 6.7 U1 but for the ease of demonstration I am using vSphere 6.7 U2 with vSphere […]
VMware is proud to announce General Availability of VMware Cloud Foundation 4.0.1 providing important enhancements and features to the full stack HCI solution. Within VMware Cloud Foundation 4.0.1, the following new enhancements are now available: NSX-T cluster-level upgrade support: Users can […]
The vMotion feature is heavily updated in vSphere 7, resulting in faster live-migrations while drastically lowering the guest performance impact during the vMotion process together with a far more efficient way of switching over the virtual machine (VM) between the source and destination ESXi […]
Cloud Providers now is the opportune time to provide Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) to your customers. This Disaster Recovery (DR) and Migration as a Service solution has many new capabilities, allowing you to deliver tiered DRaaS services for on-premises to cloud Disaster Recovery […]
VMworld 2020 goes Digital! We are thrilled to present VMworld 2020, our first-ever digital edition VMworld, happening globally online Sept 29 – Oct 1. This digital edition will be just as informative, entertaining, and engaging as the VMworld experience you’ve grown to love. You’ll be able to […]
We introduced VMware NSX to the market over seven years ago. The platform has helped thousands of customers worldwide transform their network and bring the public cloud experience on-premises. This resulted in higher levels of automation and insight, which, in turn, saved time and money. […]
VMware Hands-on Labs are hosted lab environments where anyone can try VMware products with no installation or experience required. Each lab is accompanied by a lab manual which guides the user through a set of exercises used to demonstrate product capabilities and use cases. VMware Hands-on […]
Responding to today’s rapidly changing world with an innovative event on a globally diverse scale, VMworld captures the momentum and puts it within your grasp so you can accelerate your cloud journey. Transform networking and security for speed and flexibility. Deliver digital workspaces for amazing mobile experiences. Whatever you need to know, you’ll find the best information, tools, and partnerships to take IT—and your power to shape it—to the next level.
You are one tickbox away from completely overhauling the way you look at resource pools. Yes you can still use them as folders (sigh), but with the newly introduced Scalable Shares option in vSphere 7 you can turn resource pools into more or less Quality of Service classes. Sounds interesting right?
Kubernetes is the hottest technology in IT today. It has been the rising star for the last couple of years and is gaining traction within the IT community as the new standard for deploying applications. It all started a few of years back when Docker created an easy way to run containers. That was the The post Managing Kubernetes – Part 1: Where We Are Today appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.
Here we are with yet another post in this series on uncovering virtual networking. In previous post we discussed, Traffic Shaping. In this post, I will try to dive into network failure detection (NFD) policy options available in vSphere (Specifically ESXi 🙂 ). By the way, starting with this post, […]
VCPs and VCAPs Around the World: Are you on the map?
VMware Certified Professional (VCP) and VMware Certified Advanced Professional (VCAP) represents two of the most popular levels of certification offered by VMware to validate your knowledge and skills. These certifications provide many benefits and span across five tracks including: Data Center Virtualization Cloud Management and Automation Desktop and Mobility Network Virtualization Digital Workspace. The post VCPs and VCAPs Around the World: Are you on the map? appeared first on VMware…Read More
This state-run government agency offers IT services to municipalities. For 40 years, this customer provides platforms for finance, human resources, transport, social affairs and real estate, In addition, the customer offers municipalities news on mobile solutions and, with the Citizens […]