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The Rise of a New Role: Digital Employee Experience
A company’s priorities often reflect its name, organizational structure, nomenclature and job titles. The launch of Salesforce.com two decades ago, for example, highlighted the company’s focus on improving sales professionals’ lives. From there, businesses across industries quickly began not only to embrace the company’s platform but also to elevate the importance of a good sales […] The post The Rise of a New Role: Digital Employee Experience appeared first on VMware Radius.
VMware vSAN at Cisco Live!
Are you attending Cisco Live this week in San Diego, CA? So is the VMware vSAN team! This is a great opportunity for you to learn about the capabilities that vSAN and discuss Cisco UCS Ready Nodes for all UCS platforms. vSAN is currently VMware fastest growing product and customers are deploying it The post VMware vSAN at Cisco Live! appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
How to Be a Good Maintainer, Part 1 – Best Practices
By Tim Pepper What does it take to be a good open source maintainer? I know from personal experience that the skills it requires don’t come naturally to many engineers. But as I’ve worked at being a better maintainer myself, I’ve realized that it’s also a very learnable role. In this first post of two, The post How to Be a Good Maintainer, Part 1 – Best Practices appeared first on VMware Open Source Blog.
Enhanced vMotion Compatibility (EVC) Explained
vSphere Enhanced vMotion Compatibility (EVC) ensures that workloads can be live migrated, using vMotion, between ESXi hosts in a cluster that are running different CPU generations. The general recommendation is to have EVC enabled as it will help you in the future where you’ll be scaling your clusters with new hosts that might contain new CPU models. The post Enhanced vMotion Compatibility (EVC) Explained appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
It seems that I can’t find the way correctly connect Tier-0 to external network via static route on NSX-T 2.4. I have attached below my provisional network setup and I can’t understand where the issue occur. Any help would be appreciated.
ServiceNow Notifications with vRealize Operations 7.5
vRealize Operations is a great tool for monitoring your infrastructure and applications. With its included alerting capabilities, you’ll know right away when things go wrong, when you’re running low on capacity, or if you’re out of compliance, just to name a few. Management Packs are a great way to easily expand your alerting capabilities to The post ServiceNow Notifications with vRealize Operations 7.5 appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.
VMware Cloud on AWS: When Should I Use On-Demand VS Reserved Instances
When deploying a software-defined data center in VMware Cloud on AWS, customers can choose a consumption model that fits their business. In this blog post, we break down the benefits of the hourly, one-year and three-year payment options. When deploying a Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC) in VMware Cloud on AWS, customers have the option of The post VMware Cloud on AWS: When Should I Use On-Demand VS Reserved Instances appeared first on VMware Cloud Community.