With the rise in popularity of hybrid cloud computing, where VM sensitive data leaves the traditional IT environment and traverses over the public networks, IT administrators and architects need a simple and secure way to protect critical VM data that traverses across clouds and over long distances.
Organizations want to keep the business operating during an extended or catastrophic technology outage, providing continuity of service and allowing staff to carry out their day-to-day responsibilities. VMware Horizon 7 Enterprise Edition Multi-Site Reference Architecture provides best practices and architectural blueprints for building a deployment that addresses these issues.
In this video, Francis Daly goes beyond just looking at storage with vSAN, and focuses on best practices, including a whiteboard discussion on architecture, and key hardware and software affecting vSAN performance.
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.
During my discussions with multiple customers in last few months, it seemed we discussed only about one major point. It was to decide between installation type of Distributed vs Simple Architecture. More often than not I have seen customers choosing a deployment model not based on careful considerations but based on what the general belief is. This blog The post Virtualization: Make an informed decision: Distributed vs Simple Architecture appeared first on VMware Cloud Management .