Month: November 2017

Updates to Horizon Cloud Hosted Infrastructure – November 2017

Updates to Horizon Cloud Hosted Infrastructure – November 2017

This post was originally published on this site —Updates to Horizon Cloud with Hosted Infrastructure Horizon Cloud with Hosted Infrastructure is the simplest way for you to deliver virtual desktops and applications from the cloud. Avoid the hassle and cost of managing your own infrastructure and deliver virtual desktops and apps in the cloud with managed infrastructure from VMware. The latest release of Horizon Cloud with Hosted Infrastructure is rolling out to a datacenter near you. Built from the same platform as Horizon Cloud on Microsoft Azure, Read more […]

Managing vRealize as Code

Managing vRealize as Code

This post was originally published on this site —In this blog, we’ll look at how you can extend the concept of managing your SDDC as Code to also manage your vRealize implementation using the same principles and VMware infrastructure. This holistic approach will enable you to manage your entire IT estate more efficiently. This is a simple and intuitive extension of the best practices which we’ve already outlined in Managing the SDDC as Software blog. The process works the same whether you are managing a business application or the IT Read more […]

Performance Comparison of Containerized Machine Learning Applications Running Natively with Nvidia vGPUs vs. in a VM – Episode 4

Performance Comparison of Containerized Machine Learning Applications Running Natively with Nvidia vGPUs vs. in a VM – Episode 4

This post was originally published on this site —This article is by Hari Sivaraman, Uday Kurkure, and Lan Vu from the Performance Engineering team at VMware. Performance Comparison of Containerized Machine Learning Applications Docker containers [6] are rapidly becoming a popular environment in which to run different applications, including those in machine learning [1, 2, 3]. NVIDIA supports Docker containers with their own Docker engine utility, nvidia-docker [7], which is specialized to run applications that use NVIDIA GPUs. The nvidia-docker Read more […]

Hybridity at the Edge: Introducing the AWS Greengrass on vSphere Preview

Hybridity at the Edge: Introducing the AWS Greengrass on vSphere Preview

This post was originally published on this site —At VMworld 2017, we introduced the concept of serverless functions and functions as a service (FaaS) running on VMware vSphere®, noting that our strategy wasn’t just about FaaS, but most importantly focused on enabling organizations to run any application or service – including cloud services – anywhere. Today marks the first major step in that journey, and we are pleased to announce the AWS Greengrass on vSphere preview. Earlier this year, we announced VMware Cloud™ on Read more […]

Updated VMware Horizon 7 Enterprise Edition Multi-Site Reference Architecture Now Available

Updated VMware Horizon 7 Enterprise Edition Multi-Site Reference Architecture Now Available

This post was originally published on this site —The VMware Horizon 7 Enterprise Edition Multi-Site Reference Architecture has been updated and is now available to download. Business continuity and a solid disaster recovery plan are paramount for organizations. This reference architecture provides guidance and best practices for IT organizations that want to plan and design a multi-site VMware Horizon 7 deployment with business continuity in mind. The services designed and delivered to users focus on availability and recoverability, but can Read more […]

Come Visit Us at AWS re:Invent!

Come Visit Us at AWS re:Invent!

This post was originally published on this site —We’ll be at AWS re:INVENT in Las Vegas all week (Nov 27 – Dec 1, 2017)! Come say hi to the NSX Team at the VMware booth (#900 right as you walk in the main entrance) in the Expo Hall at the Venetian Hotel.  Stop by our booth to… Check out a quick demo on VMware NSX Cloud Attend a 30-minute in-booth session about VMware NSX Cloud (Thursday, Nov 30 at 11:30am) Grab some swag Play one of our booth games and win a prize – Apple iPhone 8, AWS Credits, Amazon Echo, Read more […]

Terminology Tuesday Presents: Blockchain

Terminology Tuesday Presents: Blockchain

This post was originally published on this site —Think of Blockchain as primarily two things.  1) A peer-to-peer technology 2) A way of keeping a public record. The technological backing of Blockchain is the ability to have many (many) computers host the same information.  Snippets of code (known as blocks) are duplicated and maintained in so many different places rendering fraud impossible.  The fact that each of these blocks is timestamped and unique makes it increasingly challenging to outsmart.  If you’re interested Read more […]

Getting Started with the PowerCLI Module for VMware NSX-T

Getting Started with the PowerCLI Module for VMware NSX-T

This post was originally published on this site —PowerCLI 6.5.3 was released a few short weeks ago and one of the biggest additions was the module to manage VMware NSX-T! This version of NSX provides network virtualization to not only VMware environments, but also multi-cloud and multi-hypervisor environments too. Before diving into the module itself, there are a couple things we should cover first. This module was released as a low-level, API access only, module. That means the module comes with the following cmdlets: Connect-NsxtServer, Disconnect-NsxtServer, Read more […]

VMware AirWatch 9.2 Deep Dive, Part 2 + FP01

VMware AirWatch 9.2 Deep Dive, Part 2 + FP01

This post was originally published on this site —VMware AirWatch unified endpoint management (UEM) empowers the digital workspace to meet business needs. By unifying endpoint management into a single point of reference, the solution delivers a premium user experience that doesn’t compromise enterprise security. What’s New in AirWatch 9.2 UEM Today’s post covers the new AirWatch 9.2 release and feature pack (FP01) of unified endpoint management features. The green headers separate the features by platform. The features Read more […]

Managing the SDDC as Software

Managing the SDDC as Software

This post was originally published on this site —Best practices for code management We introduced the concepts behind managing the SDDC as code in the first blog of this series, and now we want to take this concept down a few layers. In our first blog, we introduced the following basics: Model your infrastructure as code. Centrally manage configuration data. Develop, test, then deploy. This is a simple description of an SDDC software model, however the details of each of these elements can be overwhelming as you begin your adventure. In this Read more […]