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Best Practices for Enterprise Kubernetes on the VMware SDDC

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In this blog, we discuss how there are multiple benefits of Kubernetes on vSphere, such as Availability, Interoperability, Scalability, and Performance.  Today, we are releasing best practices papers that detail how to architect VMware Enterprise PKS and Red Hat OpenShift on the VMware Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC). The papers describe the technical and operational benefits of Read more...

Optimize SQL Server Workloads with VMware vSphere and VMware Cloud on AWS

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Microsoft SQL Server is one of the business-critical applications most commonly virtualized on VMware vSphere. It’s no wonder as there are numerous benefits to running SQL Server workloads on vSphere on premises or in the cloud with VMware Cloud on AWS. It allows for simultaneously optimizing compute resources through server consolidation, while maintaining application flexibility. Read more...

Drive Oracle Performance and Scalability with vSphere, vSAN, and VMware Cloud on AWS

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Running business-critical Oracle applications on VMware on premises or in the cloud helps organizations maximize resources without compromising application performance and scale dynamically to meet service level commitments. Virtualization also helps IT teams improve manageability, increase agility, and shed costs—and all while serving as a foundation for cloud computing. With a streamlined VMware foundation, IT Read more...

Machine Learning using Virtualized GPUs on VMware vSphere

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Machine learning (ML) has recently undergone huge progress in research and development. Importantly, the emergence of deep learning (DL) and the computing power enhancement of accelerators like GPUs have together enabled a tremendous adoption of machine learning applications. This has caused machine learning to have a broader and deeper impact on our lives in many Read more...

Harvesting VDI Resources for HPC: Case Study

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High Performance Computing (HPC) workloads have traditionally been run only on bare-metal, unvirtualized hardware. However, performance for these highly parallel technical workloads has increased dramatically with the introduction of hardware support for virtualization, enabling organizations to begin embracing the numerous benefits that a virtualization platform can offer.  In addition, VMware has started offering vSphere in Read more...