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By: mhuppert | July 10, 2018

VMware NSX-V Cross-VC Failover

VMware NSX-V Cross-VC Failover

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By: mhuppert | July 09, 2018

How Virtualization Helps in the Data Science and Machine Learning Lab – Part 2

How Virtualization Helps in the Data Science...

Rightsizing a Machine Learning Cluster on VMware vSphere In part 1 of this 2-part article, we saw multiple applications running on Apache Spark clusters, the TensorFlow runtime, Cloudera CDH platform and other workloads – all sharing a set of physical servers that were managed by VMware vSphere. These applications operate in collections of virtual The post How Virtualization Helps in the Data Science and Machine Learning Lab – Part 2 appeared first on Virtualize Applications .

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By: mhuppert | July 09, 2018

Using GPUs with Virtual Machines on vSphere – Part 1: Overview

Using GPUs with Virtual Machines on vSphere –...

Your company’s data scientists, machine learning practitioners or developers have asked you to provide them with a GPU-capable machine setup to do their work. They want to be able to execute workloads that need GPU power. The data scientist describes the workloads as machine learning “training”, “inference” or “development”. We will explain what they mean The post Using GPUs with Virtual Machines on vSphere – Part 1: Overview appeared first on Virtualize Applications .

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By: mhuppert | July 09, 2018

STEM Career Advice from a Women in Tech Hall of Famer

STEM Career Advice from a Women in Tech Hall of...

Top STEM career advice from Yanbing Li, who was recently inducted into the Women in Tech Hall of Fame for her prolific engineering career and leadership in mentoring young female technologists.

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By: mhuppert | July 09, 2018

Kubernetes Craze: 8 Hot Offerings Now On The Market

Kubernetes Craze: 8 Hot Offerings Now On The...

Both name-brand tech giants and innovative startups are racing to bring to market platforms that simplify deployment and management of Kubernetes clusters at production scale. Here are eight of the best recent offerings.

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By: mhuppert | July 09, 2018

VMware Agents of Change: Maurizio Davini, a CTO Reinventing the Centuries-Old University of Pisa

VMware Agents of Change: Maurizio Davini, a CTO...

This initiative celebrates smart IT leaders who challenge the status quo. As CTO of one of the world’s oldest universities, Maurizio Davini is responsible for shaping its digital future while preserving its cultural heritage. In this video he reflects on the importance of digital to staying relevant in a global education market, and on the potential impact of emerging technologies.

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By: mhuppert | July 09, 2018

Configure Certificate Based Authentication for VMware Identity Manager (Workspace ONE) in a DMZ Deployment

Configure Certificate Based Authentication for...

In this blog post we focus on Identity Manager Workspace ONE Certificate Authentication and will walk through the process of setting up certificate based authentication for VMware Identity Manager (Workspace ONE) for DMZ deployments. Certificate based authentication has requirements which for the purposes of this blog we assume already exist in the environment. To take The post Configure Certificate Based Authentication for VMware Identity Manager (Workspace ONE) in a DMZ Deployment appeared... Read More

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By: mhuppert | July 09, 2018

Disaster Recovery of SAP HANA to VMware Cloud on AWS with VMware Site Recovery Manager

Disaster Recovery of SAP HANA to VMware Cloud...

This is a functional demonstration showing the Disaster Recovery of SAP HANA to VMware Cloud on AWS with VMware Site Recovery Manager

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By: mhuppert | July 09, 2018

VMworld 2018 Promo

VMworld 2018 Promo

Registration here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4xOg5OGHsx8

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By: mhuppert | July 09, 2018

PowerCLI and VVols Part II: Finding VVol UUIDs

PowerCLI and VVols Part II: Finding VVol UUIDs

One of the great benefits of VVols is that fact that virtual disks are just volumes on your array. So this means if you want to do some data management with your virtual disks, you just need to work directly on the volume that corresponds to it. The question is what virtual disk corresponds to … Continue reading PowerCLI and VVols Part II: Finding VVol UUIDs →

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By: mhuppert | July 09, 2018

When does integrating blockchain technology make business sense?

When does integrating blockchain technology...

This article will introduce the core value proposition of blockchain, and explore when integrating this new technology makes business sense

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By: mhuppert | July 08, 2018

vSpeaking Podcast Episode 83: Technical Writing

vSpeaking Podcast Episode 83: Technical Writing

Technical writing is writing done for the purpose of educating, informing or directing someone on how to do something. You can find information on VMware technology on official sites like StorageHub, VirtualBlocks, or docs.vmware.com, or you can read the 100+ personal blogs. In addition, there are many publications covering the various VMware technologies. This week on The post vSpeaking Podcast Episode 83: Technical Writing appeared first on Virtual Blocks .

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By: mhuppert | July 08, 2018

vSphere Upgrade Series Part 2: Upgrading vCenter Server

vSphere Upgrade Series Part 2: Upgrading...

In part 1 of the vSphere Upgrade Series, Preparing to Upgrade, we covered getting started with our prerequisites, compatibility, and also prepared the vSphere Update Manager (VUM) server to migrate its data to the VCSA 6.7 during the upgrade. In part 2 we will cover the vCenter Server Upgrade to 6.7. Let’s begin. vCenter Server Now that The post vSphere Upgrade Series Part 2: Upgrading vCenter Server appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog .

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By: mhuppert | July 08, 2018

Got vSAN? Take this advanced Hands-on Lab

Got vSAN? Take this advanced Hands-on Lab

In this advanced vSAN lab, you will be challenged to troubleshoot performance and availability issues, scale-out a vSAN cluster, and much more!

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By: mhuppert | July 08, 2018

Adding a fifth (virtual) ESXi host to vCenter Foundation

Adding a fifth (virtual) ESXi host to vCenter...

Advertise here with BSA When running a 4 node stretched cluster environment it should be possible to use “cheaper” vCenter Server licenses, namely vCenter Foundation. One of the limitations of vCenter Foundation is that you can only manage 4 hosts with it. This is where some customers who wanted to manage a stretched cluster hit some issues. The issue The post Adding a fifth (virtual) ESXi host to vCenter Foundation appeared first on Yellow Bricks .

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