VMware Cloud on AWS delivers a seamlessly integrated hybrid cloud service that extends on-premises vSphere environments to a VMware SDDC running on Amazon EC2 elastic, bare-metal infrastructure that is fully integrated as part of AWS. This service fulfils the needs of our customers across cloud migration, data center extension, disaster recovery and next-generation applications. Accelerated The post VMware Cloud on AWS expands to three additional AWS regions across three continents appeared…Read More
Announcing General Availability of VMware Cloud Foundation 3.7 Today, it’s my pleasure to announce the release of VMware Cloud Foundation 3.7. We’ve introduced a number of new features in this new release, and I’d like to take this opportunity to provide a short overview of some of them. As with every new release of Cloud The post Announcing VMware Cloud Foundation 3.7 General Availability appeared first on Cloud Foundation.
We wanted to provide a quick and easy way to help customers get started with VMware Cloud on AWS. Today it is our pleasure to announce the VMware Cloud on AWS Quick Reference Poster. This poster is divided up into five sections, each with hyperlinked headings, providing additional information. The Firewall Rules section is the The post Announcing the VMware Cloud on AWS – Quick Reference Poster appeared first on VMware Cloud Community.
It’s that time of year again. I’m honored and humbled to continue to be apart of the VMware vExpert program. This program challenges me every day to continue to learn, and contribute to the #vCommunity. For me, this isn’t just some title. This is a family of community warriors where we learn from and help each other grow. Everyone in some way gives back to the community. This year, I am also excited to try my hand at public speaking, and give back to the VMUG community as a community session speaker. I don’t think that I would have had the courage to apply to be a speaker, if it wasn’t for my fellow vExperts encouraging me to do so.
This Presentation date is February 14, 2019 at 15:00-18:00 local time. Presenters: Dimitri Desmidt, Fan Gu, Ganapathi Bhat, Jaspreet Bhatia, Pooja Patel, Tim Van Herck, Tom Gillis, Tony Banuelos Tom Gillis, VMware SVP and GM of networking and security discusses his views on the future of networking and what’s driving VMware NSX adoption. Networking complexity is holding customers back. Networking must be as simple as it is in AWS or Azure. VMware NSX is delivering automated, secure, software-defined network infrastructure as code, operating at cloud-scale, with single-click deployment to wherever apps are located. The session will provide insight into VMware’s analytics partners that can ingest and visualize NetFlow IPFIX data as well as…Read More
In February 2017, we introduced VMware NSX-T Data Center to the world. For years, VMware NSX for vSphere had been spearheading a network transformation journey with a software-defined, application-first approach. In the meantime, as the application landscape was changing with the arrival of public clouds and containers, NSX-T was being designed to address the evolving The post Introducing NSX-T 2.4 – A Landmark Release in the History of NSX appeared first on Network Virtualization.
This blog demonstrates the reference architecture of vCloud Availability for Cloud-to-Cloud Disaster Recovery 1.5, VMware vCloud Availability for Cloud-to-Cloud DR 1.5 allows tenant and service provider users to protect vApps between different virtual data centers within a vCloud Director…Read More
VMware vSphere ESXi Storage Center systems with Front End SAS connectivity show lun capacity 0MB Date Published: 2/5/2019 VMware Horizon Installation of Horizon View Agent 7.7 or newer on Windows 2008 R2 Server may fail Date Published: 2/5/2019 Issues when Horizon View Connection Server / Security Server when deployed with dissimilar FIPS mode configurations Date The post New KB articles published for the week ending 9th February,2019 appeared first on VMware Support Insider.