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Automating Virtualization & Cloud Management: Realizing Upsides Can Mean Uncalculated Risk
Automation tools meant to facilitate application management may get you more—or less—than you bargained for, particularly as your organization matures along its software-defined journey. Underlying approaches to automation vary widely and not just because, obviously, different vendor’s solutions differ. There’s that, of course, and you already know that even two relatively ‘apples to apples’ solutions The post Automating Virtualization & Cloud Management: Realizing Upsides Can Mean…Read More
New VMware Predictive DRS + vROps safely balances workloads in vSphere. No need for meddling 3rd party tools!
Resource contention is one of the most critical issues in any virtualized environment. When contention occurs, applications slow down and your users are affected. Up until now two different methodologies have been employed to mitigate the risk of contention, with varied results. But now I want to introduce you to the new “game changing” method The post Predictive DRS appeared first on VMware Cloud Management .
Bringing a DevOps approach to Public Cloud Migration – VMware Blogs
I recently met with a couple of senior IT Directors: two customers; two different industries. One was a large telecoms firm; the other a world-leading global enterprise. Both of them are innovating their industries by taking a cloud-first approach; with both of them moving everything to public cloud – one of them notably going 50-50 with Azure and Amazon.
Preparing for a vCenter Server Migration using the vSphere 6.0 Update 2m Migration Tool – Part 2
The first post of this series covered pre-migration considerations for both the vSphere Single Sign-On domain and vCenter deployment models. Now it’s time to focus our attention on the two co-stars of the show, the Windows vCenter Server and Database. When it comes to the Windows vCenter Server there are plenty of things to consider such as networking, The post Preparing for a vCenter Server Migration using the vSphere 6.0 Update 2m Migration Tool – Part 2 appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog .
Apples To Oranges: Why vSphere & VIO are Best Bests for OpenStack Adoption -OpenStack Blog for VMware
OpenStack doesn’t mandate defaults for compute, network and storage, which frees you to select the best technology. For many VMware customers, the best choice will be vSphere to provide OpenStack Nova compute capabilities. It is commonly asserted that KVM is the only hypervisor to use in an OpenStack deployment. Yet every significant commercial OpenStack […] The post Apples To Oranges: Why vSphere & VIO are Best Bests for OpenStack Adoption appeared first on OpenStack Blog for VMware.
IDC Report: Effective Multicloud Strategies Break Down Silos and Promote Business Agility
IDC research shows that worldwide, organizations of all sizes are embracing multicloud strategies to enable digital transformation, optimize business agility, increase the speed of development, and control the cost and performance of mission-critical business applications and services.
“Industry First Micro-segmentation Cybersecurity Benchmark Released” via VMware Blogs
The VMware NSX Micro-segmentation Cybersecurity Benchmark report has been released! As previewed in part six of the Micro-segmentation Defined – NSX Securing Anywhere blog series , independent cyber risk management advisor and assessor Coalfire was sponsored by VMware to create an industry first Micro-segmentation Cybersecurity Benchmark report. Coalfire conducted an audit of the VMware NSX micro-segmentation capabilities to develop this benchmark report detailing the efficacy of NSX as a security platform through a detailed “micro-audit” process, testing NSX against simulated zero-day threats.
[Infographic] Learn how the VMware Cross-Cloud Architecture provides freedom and control
The VMware Cross-Cloud Architecture empowers enterprises to run, manage, connect, and secure their apps across clouds and devices in a common operating environment