Month: August 2018

Cloud Automation Services in Action

Cloud Automation Services in Action

This post was originally published on this site —Just back from VMworld and want to learn more about VMware’s new cloud automation services? Register today to learn more about our groundbreaking new services and how they can help transform your business. In case you missed the main stage announcement, Hands on Labs and sessions – we launched a set of cloud automation services. These services make it easy and efficient for developers to get what they need to build and deploy applications. The cloud automation services consist VMware Read more […]

Dell and VMware Re-imagine PC Deployment Possibilities

Dell and VMware Re-imagine PC Deployment Possibilities

This post was originally published on this site —New Dell deployment service provides users with ready-to-work experience on first boot Together, Dell and VMware are transforming how organizations deploy, manage and support PCs. This post will explore how Dell and VMware are working together to provide a modern approach to deployment. At VMworld 2018, Dell announced a new PC configuration service, which allows organizations to ship devices preconfigured with company apps and settings directly from the factory to their users. This new service, called Read more […]

VMware Speedily Resolves Customer Issues in vSAN Performance Using AI

VMware Speedily Resolves Customer Issues in vSAN Performance Using AI

This post was originally published on this site —We in VMware’s Performance team create and maintain various tools to help troubleshoot customer issues—of these, there is a new one that allows us to more quickly determine storage problems from vast log data using artificial intelligence. What used to take us days, now takes seconds. PerfPsychic analyzes storage system performance and finds performance bottlenecks using deep learning algorithms. Let’s examine the benefit artificial intelligence (AI) models in PerfPsychic bring Read more […]

Building on the Success of Workspace ONE

Building on the Success of Workspace ONE

This post was originally published on this site —At VMware we know that at the heart of successful business outcomes are empowered employees who need to be empowered with technology that simplifies experience, boosts productivity, and promotes engagement. At VMworld 2018 we announced the newest addition to the Workspace ONE platform, Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub! Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub is the single destination where employees can securely access, discover, connect with, and take action on corporate resources, teams, and workflows wherever Read more […]

VMworld 2018 US: What’s New With Workspace ONE Unified Endpoint Management

VMworld 2018 US: What’s New With Workspace ONE Unified Endpoint Management

This post was originally published on this site —It Takes a Modern Platform… The iPhone influenced a major industry shift for endpoint management tools. It stood out as the first modern endpoint that was no longer a physical “box” but a combination of the edge device and cloud services. It offered management from the cloud, deployments and updates as a service, as well as apps on demand from app stores. Others followed suit, e.g., years later Google did the same with Android Enterprise. Soon, MDM tools were no longer managing Read more […]

Sneak Peek: See What the Hype around Horizon is All About

Sneak Peek: See What the Hype around Horizon is All About

This post was originally published on this site —It’s hard to believe another year has gone by since the last VMworld, yet here we are more ready than ever to share our new innovations. Our customers have asked us to keep innovating so they can continue to simplify management, deploy on infrastructure of their choice, and ensure they are delivering the best experience for their end users. The Horizon team has been hard at work on all of this and we’re excited to provide a look at what’s just around the corner. Elastic Infrastructure We’ve Read more […]

vSphere with iSER – How to release the full potential of your iSCSI storage!

vSphere with iSER – How to release the full potential of your iSCSI storage!

This post was originally published on this site —By Mark Ma With the release of vSphere 6.7, VMware added iSER (iSCSI Extensions for RDMA) as a native supported storage protocol to ESXi. With iSER run over iSCSI, users can boost their vSphere performance just by replacing the regular NICs with RDMA-capable NICs. RDMA (Remote Direct Memory Access) allows the transfer of memory from one computer to another. This is a direct transfer and minimizes CPU/kernel involvement. By bypassing the kernel, we get extremely high I/O bandwidth and low latency. Read more […]

Introducing Project Dimension

Introducing Project Dimension

This post was originally published on this site —The following is a guest post from Kit Colbert, CTO – Cloud Platform Business Unit at VMware. Previously, Kit served as VP and CTO of the Cloud-Native Apps Business Unit at VMware. Kit helps drive the VMware vision across vSphere, VMware Cloud on AWS, and Cloud-Native Apps. He also moved back to a CTO role, focusing on technology, strategy, SDLC(DevOps), and evangelism. Follow him on Twitter @kitcolbert. Today at the VMworld Day 1 General Session, we announced a new effort from VMware Read more […]

VMware Network Insight 3.9 Enables Security and Visibility For The Virtual Cloud Network

VMware Network Insight 3.9 Enables Security and Visibility For The Virtual Cloud Network

This post was originally published on this site —Request a free 30-day trial for VMware Network Insight or learn more.   Enabling the Virtual Cloud Network In today’s digital era, applications are the lifeline of businesses. While businesses want to ensure that their critical applications are always available, they also want to make sure that those applications are secure and that the overall cloud infrastructure supporting these applications is optimized. In order to address the needs of businesses to ensure connectivity and security Read more […]

Packaging Changes for vRealize Configuration Manager

Packaging Changes for vRealize Configuration Manager

This post was originally published on this site —VMware is announcing that the current version of vRealize Operations, version 6.7, is the last release that will bundle vRealize Configuration Manager. vRealize Operations Enterprise customers upgrading to versions 7.0 will continue to be entitled to vRealize Configuration Manager for their existing footprint. vRealize Operations Advanced customers upgrading to versions 7.0 will no longer be entitled to vRealize Configurations Manager. If you use vRealize Configuration Manager Read more […]