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Project Pacific – Technical Overview
Introduction Today we’re introducing Project Pacific as a Technology Preview and we think it’s going to change the way you think about the cloud. Project Pacific is a re-architecture of vSphere with Kubernetes as its control plane. To a developer, Project Pacific looks like a Kubernetes cluster where they can use Kubernetes declarative syntax to The post Project Pacific – Technical Overview appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
Businesses are spending more, but losing more on cybersecurity says VMware chief
Over the last decade cybersecurity spending by organisations has increased to such an extent that it now represents the largest part of many IT budgets but during that time breaches, and the costs associated with them have increased faster than the increase in spending says VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger.
Avi Networks — Same Team, Same Mission, New Home
Avi Networks is now part of VMware and our product is now called VMware NSX Advanced Load Balancer. You can read about it here in our press release from VMworld. But our story is far from over. The acquisition marked VMware’s official entry into the ADC (Application Delivery Controller) space. The Avi team, which remains The post Avi Networks — Same Team, Same Mission, New Home appeared first on Network Virtualization.
Nested ESXi on VMware Cloud on AWS (VMC)
I have had a few folks ask about Nested ESXi support on VMware Cloud on AWS (VMC), so lets get that out of the way first. Nested ESXi is NOT supported by VMware on any of our platforms, whether that is an on-premises or a cloud environment like VMC or any 3rd party vendors that […]
VMware Cloud on AWS and vRealize Operations = Better Together! – David Davis on vRealize Operations Post #49
In my series of blog posts on VMware vRealize Operations and the vRealize Suite, I’ve talked a lot about running vROps but all of it has been on-premises…. up until now! I must admit that I’m excited about all that is possible with VMware Cloud on AWS and to manage the VMC infrastructure, the recommended The post VMware Cloud on AWS and vRealize Operations = Better Together! – David Davis on vRealize Operations Post #49 appeared first on VMware Cloud Management .