OpenStack Summit 2017: Open Technologies Building on Modern Infrastructure Stack
Ajay Singh, VMware SVP and GM, Cloud Management Business Unit, discusses OpenStack Summit 2017 and current OpenStack use cases.
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Secure Boot for ESXi 6.5 – Hypervisor Assurance
I’ve talked about how vSphere has been moving towards a “secure by default” stance over the past few years. This can clearly be seen in the new vSphere 6.5 Security Configuration Guide where the number of “hardening” steps are growing smaller with every release. In this blog post we will go over another “secure by The post Secure Boot for ESXi 6.5 – Hypervisor Assurance appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog .
VMware NSX in the Public Cloud with Amol Tipnis
Amol Tipnis, Senior Technical Product Manager, NSBU at VMware, describes how NSX fits into different public cloud offerings and architectures. He further demonstrates NSX networking and security in a native public cloud environment. Recorded at Networking Field Day in Silicon Valley on April 6, 2017. For more information, please visit WMware.com/products/NSX.html/ or TechFieldDay.com/event/nfd15/
VMUG Advantage Now Includes NSX
People might wonder what you get with a VMUG subscription. Beyond discounts on VMware training classes or certification exams, VMUG Advantage included EVALExperience for the past 2 years. For those who missed my earlier post, EVALExperience gives you access to 365-day evaluation licenses for a selection of VMware solutions, for personal use in a non-production environment. […] The post VMUG Advantage Now Includes NSX appeared first on cloudmaniac.net .
What is VMware vSAN Caching Tier?
VMware vSAN as an Hyperconverged infrastructure solution (HCI) has some basic building blocks. One of them is a vSAN Disk group which was detailed in one of our previous posts. As this technology is still very young and many folks seek an information, I thought that it is a good idea to explain this. So […] Read the full post What is VMware vSAN Caching Tier? at ESX Virtualization .
After using both NSX and ACI, engineer says VMware wins his vote [searchsdn.techtarget.com]
Sugar Creek Packing Co. sidestepped the NSX vs. ACI debate and deployed both. Now, a senior network engineer shares which technology he would recommend to enterprises.
Deploying vSphere Integrated Containers (VIC) 1.1 | The Humble Lab
I Can’t Even Contain Myself…ha…ha… Now that I’ve gotten a poor joke out of the way, lets jump into something pretty exciting. VMware’s vSphere Integrated Containers version 1.1 went GA on 4/18 (see blog post here). Containers are growing quickly in popularity, and are starting to see some production usecases. I’ve been playing with them a little bit here and there in the lab; but never with any sort of major goals in mind. That being said – it’s time to step the game up.
Getting started with VIC v1.1
VMware recently release vSphere Integrated Containers v1.1. I got an opportunity recently to give it a whirl. While I’ve done quite a bit of work with VIC in the past, a number of things have changed, especially in the command line. What I’ve decided to do in the post is highlight some of the new […] The post Getting started with VIC v1.1 appeared first on CormacHogan.com .