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By: mhuppert | June 05, 2019

Kubernetes Storage on vSphere 101 – StorageClass

Kubernetes Storage on vSphere 101 – StorageClass

In the first 101 post, we talked about persistent volumes (PVs), persistent volumes claims (PVCs) and PODs (a group of one or more containers). In particular, we saw how with Kubernetes on vSphere, a persistent volume is essentially a VMDK (virtual machine disk) on a datastore. In that first post, we created a static VMDK The post Kubernetes Storage on vSphere 101 – StorageClass appeared first on CormacHogan.com.

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By: mhuppert | June 05, 2019

No Matter What You Call It, Enterprise Software Must Put the Customer First

No Matter What You Call It, Enterprise Software...

Every so often, the open source community gets into an argument about what the software we create should really be called. Recently, for example, I’ve been seeing people using the term “Enterprise Open Source.” In response, I want to make two observations—one that questions the utility of that particular term and a second that suggests The post No Matter What You Call It, Enterprise Software Must Put the Customer First appeared first on VMware Open Source Blog.

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By: mhuppert | June 05, 2019

Forwarding VMC Events to Slack using Log Intelligence Webhook

Forwarding VMC Events to Slack using Log...

VMware Log Intelligence (LINT) is a public VMware Cloud Service that is available to all VMware Cloud on AWS (VMC) customers. LINT provides customers with a unified view of their SDDC infrastructure including vSphere, NSX and vSAN from a logging standpoint and LINT can also be used with an on-premises deployment. The LINT team recently

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By: mhuppert | June 05, 2019

VMware Cloud Foundation on Dell EMC VxRail Blog Series – part 1: Introduction

VMware Cloud Foundation on Dell EMC VxRail Blog...

Authors: Amitrajit Chatterjee, Staff Engineer Peter Brown, Director R&D Tony Huynh, Director Product Management Introducing VMware Cloud Foundation on Dell EMC VxRail VMware Cloud Foundation on Dell EMC VxRail has been hailed as the easiest and fastest path to a hybrid cloud. Now that Cloud Foundation on VxRail is generally available, we want to provide our customers more information on this new offering. In this multi-part blog series, we’ll provide The post VMware Cloud Foundation on Dell... Read More

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By: mhuppert | June 05, 2019

Johan van Amersfoort and Niels Hagoort present a deep dive on CPUs and GPUs with vSphere

Johan van Amersfoort and Niels Hagoort present...

Watch this light-board video by Johan van Amersfoort (Tech Marketing Architect, ITQ) and Niels Hagoort (Tech Marketing Architect, VMware) who present a deep dive on CPU and GPU architectures and how they work with VMware vSphere. Why do we need GPUs for workloads like Machine Learning? This video will go into the GPU architecture, how it differs from CPU architectures and why they are a good fit for ML/DL/AI workloads running on VMware vSphere ESXi.

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By: mhuppert | June 05, 2019

Machine Learning with H2O - the Benefits of VMware

Machine Learning with H2O - the Benefits of VMware

This video gives the reasons why using modern machine learning tools like H2O's Driverless AI on VMware virtual machines provides benefits to the data scientist - particularly in isolating different toolkits and platforms into sandboxes so that training work can be done in parallel and more efficiently.

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By: mhuppert | June 04, 2019

VMware NSX-T 2.4.1 Upgrade Live Demo

VMware NSX-T 2.4.1 Upgrade Demo - w/ YouTube...

VMware NSX-T was recently announced just a bit ago, so I thought it would be helpful to do a live demo of an upgrade to 2.4.1 In short, there's good news that all but a few of the upgrades... Read More

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By: mhuppert | June 04, 2019

Here’s Why AI May Be the Fastest Paradigm Shift in Tech History

Here’s Why AI May Be the Fastest Paradigm Shift...

RADIUS guest contributor Gary Grossman currently leads the Edelman AI Center of Excellence. As part of that, he led development of the 2019 Edelman Artificial Intelligence Survey that can be viewed here. Just how important is artificial intelligence (AI)? Microsoft’s Chief Envisioning Officer, Dave Coplin, said recently that AI is “the most important technology that The post Here’s Why AI May Be the Fastest Paradigm Shift in Tech History appeared first on VMware Radius.

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By: mhuppert | June 04, 2019

#StorageMinute: What's New in SRM 8.2

#StorageMinute: What's New in SRM 8.2

SRM 8.2 is available as either an MS windows installable or as a Photon OS based, OVF deployed, appliance. Learn more on #StorageMinute!

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By: mhuppert | June 04, 2019

Connecting to NSX-T Policy API using NSX-T Private IP in VMC

Connecting to NSX-T Policy API using NSX-T...

As explained in my Getting started with NSX-T Policy API in VMware Cloud on AWS (VMC) article, there are two ways in which you can interact with the NSX-T Policy API in VMC. The initial method is with the NSX-T Reverse Proxy which designed for initial setup including Edge Firewall and connectivity configuration (VPN/Direct Connect). Once you

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By: mhuppert | June 04, 2019

NSX-T N-VDS Topologies and Migrating Host Networking between vSphere DVS & N-VDS

NSX-T N-VDS Topologies and Migrating Host...

NSX-T deploys its own host networking switch on the ESXi /KVM Transport hosts called N-VDS - the Next Generation Distributed Switch. The difference from the vSphere DvSwitch is that N-VDS spans across multiple hypervisors (ESXi, KVM etc) that are a part of the Transport zone (and configured as a... Read More

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By: mhuppert | June 04, 2019

VMworld registration goes live! It’s time to Make Your Mark (and save money)

VMworld registration goes live! It’s time to...

In this complex, digitised, multi-cloud world, knowing which tools are right for your needs can be challenging. Technology moves fast, so it’s important to keep on top of the trends and updates that matter to your organisation. That’s why we invest so much in helping our customers and partners build their knowledge – through training, The post VMworld registration goes live! It’s time to Make Your Mark (and save money) appeared first on VMware EMEA Blog.

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By: mhuppert | June 04, 2019

Thunderbolt 3 enclosures with (Single, Dual & Quad) M.2 NVMe SSDs for ESXi

Thunderbolt 3 enclosures with (Single, Dual &...

Thunderbolt 3 (TB3) and eventually USB 4 is a really fascinating technology and I believe it still has so much untapped potential, especially when looking at Remote/Branch Office (ROBO), Edge and IoT types of deployments. TB3 was initially limited to Apple-based platforms, but in the last couple of years, adoption has been picking up across

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By: mhuppert | June 03, 2019

Major vSAN Milestone: 20K customers

Major vSAN Milestone: 20K customers

Advertise here with BSA I haven’t done one of these in a while, and as it is a question that comes up regularly during customer conversations I figured I would share a nice quote from the VMware earnings call. But before I do I want to thank every VMware employee, partner and customer who helped us reaching this major The post Major vSAN Milestone: 20K customers << Celebrating by dropping the price of our book with 50%! appeared first on Yellow Bricks.

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By: mhuppert | June 03, 2019

VMware Cloud Foundation Starts with vSAN

June 11 Webcast– VMware Cloud Foundation Starts...

Do you know why HCI powered by VMware vSAN is the ideal building block for Cloud Foundation? Learn about the most comprehensive hybrid cloud architecture available on June 11. Register now for the free webcast.

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