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Highlights from VMware: September 2019

Highlights Get to Know Project Pacific Project Pacific, a technology preview, empowers IT Operators and Developers to accelerate innovation by converging containers and VMs into VMware’s vSphere platform with native Kubernetes. VMware has leveraged Kubernetes to rearchitect vSphere and extend its capabilities to all modern and traditional applications. Learn more about Project Pacific, invest in […]

Highlights from VMware: August 2019

VMware- Kubernetes—Lessons and Ideas from the Past, Present and Future Five years ago, Craig McLuckie and two other co-creators introduced the world to Kubernetes. It was launched as an open source project—now the fastest growing effort of all time. Today, Kubernetes has been adopted by 70% of enterprises, with half running workloads in production. Learn […]

Going to VMworld? Want a TCO report for VMware Cloud On AWS?

Is your company still undecided on a portion of your cloud strategy? Is your company not sure which cloud options makes the most sense, or if they should even move to the cloud at all? Let us help. At VMworld, we’ll have Cloud Economists available to answer your customers’ questions, and help to model out […]

vSphere Tags & Categories: Tips to Use Them the Right Way

  vSphere Tags & Categories: Tips to Use Them the Right Way! By Rick Vanover, Senior Director of Product Strategy for Veeam Software Editor’s note: this blogpost was provided by our partners at Veeam Software   Like many vSphere users, we have known about vSphere tags for a long time. I believe they were first introduced in vSphere 5.5 […]

VMUG Insights From Dell Technologies World 2019

Dell Technologies World 2019 ushered in a new era of partnership between VMware and Dell EMC. VMware used the size and scope of the event to make major announcements. During his keynote address, Pat Gelsinger said “this is like VMworld,” and I could not agree more. For those of you in the VMUG community who […]

The vAdmin’s Future

Dell Technologies Forum is a one-day event featuring all seven of Dell’s technologies in one place.  The San Francisco Forum had Pat Gelsinger keynote.  Hearing Pat on stage, I couldn’t help but think about all the potential our members have. Listening to the future of VMware at events like this, announcements at VMworld, and articles from tech magazines […]

VMware Cloud on AWS

ClearSky Data recently announced support for VMware Cloud on AWS. The move signals the availability of native, cloud-based backup and recovery for companies migrating to the cloud. As one of the first VMware partners to provide this solution, ClearSky gives VMware Cloud on AWS users the complete reliability and redundancy they know and trust from their on-prem […]

Bringing Native Backup, Recovery to VMware Cloud on AWS

ClearSky Data recently announced support for VMware Cloud on AWS. The move signals the availability of native, cloud-based backup and recovery for companies migrating to the cloud. As one of the first VMware partners to provide this solution, ClearSky gives VMware Cloud on AWS users the complete reliability and redundancy they know and trust from their on-prem […]

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