vSAN Storage Policy Based Management (SPBM)
This video explains the storage policy-based management framework for VMware vSAN called Storage Policy Based Management.
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Generating a Cloud Services Platform API Token for Cloud Automation Services
VMware’s Cloud Services Platform is the central point for interacting with all of our Cloud services. Enhancements were made recently to the process of obtaining an API Token. The Cloud Services Platform team has introduced a better interface, with enhanced security capabilities around scoping. In this blog post, I’m going to take you through generating The post Generating a Cloud Services Platform API Token for Cloud Automation Services appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.
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New Graduate Programs at VMware
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Managing VMware Cloud on AWS with Cloud Automation Services
More and more companies are looking to move application workloads to the cloud. The key driver behind this, for most customers, is to focus on managing the application workload and not on the underlying infrastructure. Cloud delivers more flexibility, can scale easily and in the end, provides the agility that businesses are looking for. From The post Managing VMware Cloud on AWS with Cloud Automation Services appeared first on VMware Cloud Community.
VMware vSAN at Oregon State University College of Business
The IT department at Oregon State University manages two open-use computer labs and one computer-equipped classroom. Because of financial restrictions, the university had originally purchased all of its servers with local storage, but that infrastructure could not handle the school’s growing workloads, and it required time-consuming upkeep. The university turned to VMware vSAN™ product, which addresses these and other concerns while offering a simple and scalable solution that fits within its budget. For more information on VMware vSAN™, please visit: http://www.vmware.com/products/virtual-san
VMware Community Podcast #472 – Tim Davis
On this Podcast Edition, Eric Nielsen, Sr. Director Social Media & Communities VMware and his co-hosts Corey Romero – vExperts Manager, interviews Tim Davis– Cloud Native Advocate, to talk about Automating budget checks into code deployment pipelines with Cloud Health and GitLab You are welcome to join the chat and say hello!
vCenter Server Converge Tool Enhancements in vSphere 6.7 Update 2
vCenter Server 6.7 Update 2 has been announced and with this release there have been enhancements made to the vCenter Server Converge Tool. VMware has now provided a topology overview of your Platform Services Controllers (PSCs) and vCenter Servers in the System Configuration view. Previously available only through the CLI, the vCenter Server Converge Tool The post vCenter Server Converge Tool Enhancements in vSphere 6.7 Update 2 appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.