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CNS – not just for vSAN

CNS – not just for vSAN CNS – not just for vSAN After a very eventful VMworld, we received lots of questions about CNS, the Cloud Native Storage feature that was released with vSphere 6.7U3. Whilst most of the demonstrations and blog articles around CNS focused on vSAN, what may have been missed is that […]

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How PowerCLI automation brings PowerShell…

How PowerCLI automation brings PowerShell… PowerCLI applies a Windows PowerShell framework to VMware. Use it to automate vSphere, vCenter and the rest of your environment, and its capabilities will only grow over time. VMware Social Media Advocacy

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Automating App Delivery with Modern,…

Automating App Delivery with Modern,… Learn how to automate common app delivery tasks & simplify operations, use real-time app insights from the load balancer to autoscale apps, deliver consistent app services across the data center & cloud, & reduce the time taken to provision new apps & automate app updates. Register for the webcast! VMware […]

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Introducing VMware Zero Trust Architecture

Introducing VMware Zero Trust Architecture Introducing VMware Zero Trust Architecture Security is an ongoing challenge for organizations, and with today’s dynamic workforce, the challenge is ever-increasing. Forrester first coined the term Zero Trust, referring to a security model that does not automatically trust entities within the security perimeter. VMware is dedicated to the Zero Trust […]

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Troubleshooting Clusters with Crash Recovery…

Troubleshooting Clusters with Crash Recovery… When your cluster is properly configured and working as intended, Kubernetes can be a beautiful thing. Inevitably, however, your Kubernetes cluster will break for any number of reasons. As a complex system, debugging a broken Kubernetes cluster is a multi-step endeavor that usually starts with the collection of machine states […]

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Announcing Project Antrea – Open Source…

Announcing Project Antrea – Open Source… By Project Antrea Maintainers: Antonin Bas, Salvatore Orlando, Jianjun Shen, Quan Tian We are excited to announce Project Antrea – an open source networking and security project for Kubernetes clusters. The project is designed using Kubernetes architecture and technologies from the ground up and aims to provide an open, […]

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Helping Google Cloud customers run more VMware…

Helping Google Cloud customers run more VMware… Today’s announcement helps accelerate a fully integrated VMware migration solution with improved support for our customers. VMware Social Media Advocacy

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vmwPAD – vSphere client for Android ver. 2.8.34…

vmwPAD – vSphere client for Android ver. 2.8.34 released vmwPAD – vSphere client for Android ver. 2.8.34… The new features and fixes are 1. Host enter/exit standby mode feature added. 2. VM standby guest OS feature added. 3. Random app crash after reconnecting to a session, which previously was disconnected, fixed. More details here VMware […]

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Technical Whitepapers: Best Practices for…

Technical Whitepapers: Best Practices for… In this blog, we discuss how there are multiple benefits of Kubernetes on vSphere, such as Availability, Interoperability, Scalability, and Performance. Today, we are releasing best practices papers that detail how to architect VMware Enterprise PKS and Red Hat OpenShift on the VMware Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC). The papers describe […]

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VMware Enterprise PKS 1.6 is now GA!

VMware Enterprise PKS 1.6 is now GA! We are excited to announce the general availability of VMware Enterprise PKS 1.6 today. In this release, we added more enhanced features to bring a much improved management experience to our customers, including the general availability of Enterprise PKS Management Console and integration with VMware Tanzu Mission Control, […]