Accelerating applications performance with virtualized PMem

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This blog was authored by Sudhir Balasubramanian,Vas Mitra and Oleg Ulyanov. With this post we are starting a blog series dedicated to the Persistent Memory (PMem) feature introduced in vSphere 6.7. We will cover initial configuration of the PMem in vSphere and the way how different virtualized business critical applications (like SQL Server, Oracle, SAP) Read more...

VMworld 2018 Europe Virtualizing Applications Track – Pre-Conference Customer Boot Camps

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VMworld 2018 Europe Virtualizing Applications Track Pre-Conference Customer Boot Camps   This November , the VMware flagship conference VMworld 2018 will again take place in Barcelona. A highlight of the event this year will be the pre-conference Virtualizing Applications customer boot camps which will take place on Monday November 5th. 9am-4pm. This is the 3rd Read more...

VMworld 2018 US Virtualizing Applications Track – Pre-Conference Customer Boot Camps

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VMworld 2018 US Virtualizing Applications Track Pre-Conference Customer Boot Camps   This August, the VMware flagship conference VMworld 2018 will again take place in Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay. A highlight of the event this year will be the pre-conference Virtualizing Applications customer boot camps which will take place on Sunday August 26th. This is Read more...

VMworld 2018 MS SQL Server Customer Bootcamps

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Ready for VMworld? Do not forget to add “Architecting MS SQL Server Workloads on VMware Technologies” workshop to your schedule. During this full day workshop we are going to provide key architecture guidelines and consideration for a virtualized MS SQL Server, including ESXi host and VM configuration best practices (vNUMA, Memory management, Power management) Storage Read more...

vSphere 6.7 – Virtualized Persistent Memory with HPE and VMware – Part 2

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Co-Author: Bhumik Patel – Technical Alliances Director, VMware Whether it’s an operating system, database, or application upgrading to the latest version just for the sake of upgrading is never a good idea, however with vSphere 6.7 and the introduction of the Persistent Memory Option, application and database architects should be demanding their VI administrators upgrade. Read more...