[Video Overview] The VMware Cross-Cloud Architecture
See how VMware’s Cross-Cloud Architecture helps you avoid cloud silos, giving you both freedom and control in IT infrastructure.
VMware Introduces Kubernetes as a Service On Photon Platform – StorageReview.com
Today at VMworld Europe 2016 in Barcelona, VMware, Inc. announced built-in support for Kubernetes in VMware Photon Platform, this support will allow the ability to deliver Kubernetes as a Service (KaaS).
What Does the VMware/AWS Mashup Mean to IT Pros and CIOs? – The New Stack
You would expect an agreement between the number one private cloud company and the number one public cloud company to make waves. You might not realize the new categories of applications the VMWare/AWS integration makes possible as your company’s online transactional processing (OLTP) and other operational functions get access to the mountains of data now residing in the cloud.
VMware Photon Platform: The Private Cloud for Developers -VMware Blogs
Over the past few years our customers have been asking us how they can get the developer productivity and agility of the public cloud, but with the cost, security, and control of their private data center. Photon Platform, which we are announcing today at VMworld Barcelona, delivers on this promise. In this article we’ll dig into the background of why we built Photon Platform and how it delivers on this new need for cloud native workloads.
vRealize Automation 7.2 – What’s New -VMware Cloud Management Blog
Enhanced Ease of Use with Out-of-the-Box Support for Azure and Containers To better address the needs of developers and IT teams, VMware vRealize Automation 7.2 brings new out-of-the box support for Microsoft Azure as well as new container management capabilities. With this new release, the ability of IT and DevOps practitioners to use unified The post vRealize Automation 7.2 – What’s New appeared first on VMware Cloud Management .
VMware Cloud on AWS – Elastic DRS preview -frankdenneman.nl
The VMworld Europe keynote featured the future VMware Cloud on AWS services. In short this services gives VMware customers instant scale and global reach delivered by AWS while continuing to use their own skill set driving and operating VMware SDDC environments on-prem and in-cloud. Avoid the risk that comes with… The post VMware Cloud on AWS – Elastic DRS preview appeared first on frankdenneman.nl.
VMware partners with AWS. VMware Cloud on AWS is born -Brian Graf’s Virtualization Blog
An epic announcement was made today, where VMware and Amazon Web Services (AWS) will join together to create “VMware Cloud on AWS”. Although there was an apparent leak last week that a partnership was coming, most speculation was wrong about what this means. Let’s dive in! VMware Cloud on AWS (VMC) At this point, there … Continue reading »
Sphere Integrated Containers – Technology Walkthrough -VMware vSphere Blog
vSphere Integrated Containers (VIC) combines the agility and application portability of Docker Linux containers with the industry-leading virtual infrastructure platform, offering hardware isolation advantages along with improved manageability. VIC consists of several different components for managing, executing, and monitoring containers. This post delves deeper into key elements of VIC – for more information, please also see this introductory video:
VMware Admiral – A whole new way of managing containers -vPirate
VMware Admiral is a lightweight container management platform which isgoing to change the way we deploy and manage containers. All The post VMware Admiral – A whole new way of managing containers appeared first on vPirate.
Clouds can bring challenges as well as speed and flexibility, the VMware Cross-Cloud Architecture™ helps you meet them:
To help your IT organization drive your enterprise’s digital agenda, the VMware Cross-Cloud Architecture™ provides an easy way to run, manage, connect, and secure apps across clouds and devices in a common operating environment. This means you have the freedom to innovate across clouds.
Photon Platform or vSphere or Both? -VMware Cloud-Native Apps Blog
We are back from another successful VMworld and a lot of folks are asking for the slides from this session. While the official slides are being posted on VMworld.com, I want to follow up with a blog post on this for anyone that was unable to attend in person. As you may or may not know, VMware recently announced Photon Platform. In my initial conversations with customers, I came to the conclusion that there is some confusion between vSphere and what Photon Platform is designed for. That was the basis for my session at VMworld this year.