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Introducing Amazon Relational Database Service on VMware
One of the biggest announcements at VMworld Las Vegas was the introduction of Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) on VMware. The new service will allow administrators to simplify database management by making it easier to provision new database instances on-premises, and scale workloads – with just a few clicks. This new level of automation will The post Introducing Amazon Relational Database Service on VMware appeared first on VMware Cloud Community .
VMware Cloud Foundation 3.0 Architecture Poster
I’m pleased to announce the release of the VMware Cloud Foundation 3.0 Architecture Poster VMware Cloud Foundation includes the full software-defined data center stack including compute, storage, networking, cloud management, and workload migration. This major release has increased hardware flexibility with support for customer-defined networking and broad support for all vSAN ReadyNodes. VMware Cloud Foundation The post VMware Cloud Foundation 3.0 Architecture Poster appeared first on Cloud…Read More
Announcing General Availability of vRealize Suite 2018 & vCloud Suite 2018!
VMware vRealize Suite 2018 and vCloud Suite 2018, the industry leading cloud management platform is now available for download. As announced at VMworld 2018 in Las Vegas, VMware’s cloud management platform is further helping IT deliver developer-friendly infrastructure from any cloud with secure and consistent operations. The new vRealize Suite 2018 includes: vRealize Automation 7.5 vRealize The post Announcing General Availability of vRealize Suite 2018 & vCloud Suite 2018! appeared first on…Read More
What does End of General Support mean?
On September 19th, vSphere 5.5 exited its general support phase and moved into something called “Technical Guidance”. In response to this, many have already moved to a newer release of the vSphere 6.x line. Whether it be for compatibility concerns or a reasonable wariness of touching what’s not broken, there are several of us who The post What does End of General Support mean? appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog .
Introducing new VMware Cloud on AWS training course
A brand new 3-day training course has been released for VMware Cloud on AWS. Watch this lightboard illustration by one of our Senior Technical Instructors to understand more about what you’ll learn in the 3-day course. Find out more on http://www.vmware.com/education or read the course overview here.
VMware vSAN 6.7U1 Storage reclamation – TRIM/UNMAP
VMware vSAN 6.7U1 introduces automated space reclamation support with TRIM and SCSI UNMAP support. SCSI UNMAP and the ATA TRIM command enable the guest OS or file system to notify that back-end storage that a block is no longer in use and may be reclaimed.