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The VMware Cloud Foundation HOL is live!

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VMware Cloud Foundation helps customers to easily deploy, operate and maintain their private cloud infrastructure. Cloud Foundation brings together VMware’s compute, storage, and network virtualization, combined with cloud management into a natively integrated stack, and allows you to deliver enterprise-ready cloud infrastructure with automation and management capabilities for simplified operations that are consistent across private Read more...

Check us out at Dell Technologies World!

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Dell Technologies World in coming up next week in Las Vegas and the VMware Cloud Foundation team will be there in full force!   Stop by the VMware booth at 1316 Check out an actual VxRack SDDC system powered by VMware Cloud Foundation on display! Chat with our technical experts at the VMware Cloud Foundation Read more...

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Automating Cloud Management — Deploying the vRealize Suite on VMware Cloud Foundation

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VMware Cloud Foundation makes deploying and operating a VMware-based hybrid cloud easy in three ways: Standardization: Cloud Foundation implements a standardized, modern HCI architecture that is highly scalable and repeatable. Every Cloud Foundation deployment is built on this common architecture, which provides consistency and eliminates snowflakes. Unification and validation: Cloud Foundation combines the core building Read more...

Guide to Hybrid Cloud Infographic

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According to IDC, 2020 will be the year when combined IT infrastructure spend on private and public cloud will eclipse spending on traditional data centers. The company predicts that public cloud will account for 32% of IT infrastructure spending, while private cloud will take 20% of the budget, totaling more than half of all infrastructure Read more...

Patching Made Easy with VMware Cloud Foundation

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A common challenge faced by every IT department is keeping up with the inevitable and never-ending flow of software updates. This becomes even more critical in a modern Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC), where compute, network and storage virtualization are interwoven into a unified data center fabric. Special attention is needed to ensure that not only Read more...

VMware Cloud Foundation Architecture Poster 2.3

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VMware is pleased to release the latest VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) architecture poster. VCF is a fully automated, hyper-converged software stack that includes compute, storage, networking and cloud management. Because VCF has so many tightly integrated products, it is important to understand the architecture of these components and how together they create the Software-Defined Data Read more...

HPE Synergy and VMware Cloud Foundation – now certified

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Author Bhumik Patel – Technical Alliances, VMware @bhumikp   Introduction: As customers leverage VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) to provide integrated Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) & cloud management services for running enterprise applications, it becomes critical to rely on an underlying platform that has matching characteristics –automated, software-driven & flexible to meet changing workload demands. Read more...

Cloud Foundation 2.3.1 Reaches General Availability

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VMware is pleased to announce the general availability of VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) 2.3.1. We’ve introduced several new features and provided fixes for issues identified in previous releases. I’d like to present a quick overview of the new features in Cloud Foundation 2.3.1 in this article. New hardware compatibility support is a significant feature of Read more...

Introducing VMware Validated Design for Software-Defined Data Center 4.2

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On Feb 13th VMware released the VMware Validated Design for Software-Defined Data Center version 4.2.  This latest update to our detailed prescriptive path on how to implement, operate, and maintain a VMware based Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC) includes a few minor changes, such as updates to the software bill of materials and some new naming conventions, Read more...