With a crispness in the air, leaves falling, and pumpkins everywhere…this can only mean one thing. Fall is here and we’re taking the time to reflect on all the exciting VMware news that’s happened leading up to and during this season. We’re talking product updates (introduced in an amazing announcement event), U1 general availability across several Cloud Foundation products, the first-ever virtual VMworld, and more!
Not ready to let go of summer just yet? You can hold on a bit longer by checking out our summer reading list, a compilation of the best Cloud Foundation resources from the summertime.
However, if you’re ready to fall in love with VMware Cloud Foundation, the fastest path to the hybrid cloud, we’re sharing the next installment of our reading list series below. You’ll find links to the latest blog posts, assets, and resources for each of the products that make up the full stack of the Cloud Foundation solution. Grab an electronic reading device, a cozy blanket, and your favorite pumpkin-flavored drink and start perusing these can’t-miss fall reads!
Cloud Foundation’s biggest news this season? The general availability of Cloud Foundation 4.1! This release incorporates key functionality from the new releases of VMware vSphere 7 U1, vSAN 7 U1, and new VMware Tanzu Editions, and more.
- Product page
- What’s New with VMware Cloud Foundation 4.1
- Announcing General Availability of VMware Cloud Foundation 4.1
- Cloud Foundation 4 & 4.1 Resource Page
- VMware Cloud Foundation at VMworld 2020
- On-Demand Cloud Foundation VMworld 2020 Sessions
- Deploying Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Clusters: VMware Cloud Foundation with Tanzu (video)
vSphere, the compute component of Cloud Foundation, has had a lot of exciting news to share this season. Just take a look at this list!
- Product page
- What’s New with VMware vSphere 7 Update 1
- Announcing VMware vSphere with Tanzu: The Fastest Way to Get Started with Kubernetes
- Announcing General Availability of vSphere 7 Update 1
- vSphere 7 & 7U1 Resource Page
- Announcing Project Monterey – Redefining Hybrid Cloud Architecture
- Learn about vSphere with Tanzu at VMworld 2020
- On-Demand vSphere VMworld 2020 Sessions
- A Quick Look at New Features in vSphere 7 Update 1 (video)
- vSphere with Tanzu Whiteboard (video)
When it comes to Cloud Foundation and vSphere, you can’t forget about vSAN storage! Catch up on the latest updates below.
- Product Page
- What’s New in vSAN 7 Update 1
- vSpeaking Podcast: vSAN 7 Update 1
- Announcing General Availability of vSAN 7 Update 1
- Announcing vSAN Data Persistence Platform
- Introducing VMware vSAN HCI Mesh
- vSAN 7 & 7U1 Resource Page
- What’s New in Site Recovery Manager and vSphere Replication 8.3.1
- Announcing VMware Cloud Disaster Recovery: On-Demand DRaaS to Protect Your vSphere Workloads
- On-Demand vSAN VMworld 2020 Sessions
- vSpeaking Podcast: VMworld
- What’s New in vSAN 7 U1 (video)
- vSAN 7 U1 Technical Overview (video)
Discover what’s new with NSX-T networking and security and see how the Virtual Cloud Network fits into the bigger picture of Cloud Foundation.
- Product Page
- Advanced Threat Protection
- Simplify the Modern Network with NSX-T 3.1
- VMware NSX-T 3.1 Release Notes
- A Quick Introduction to NSX Distributed IDS/IPS (video)
- Introduction to the Virtual Cloud Network Portfolio (video)
The vRealize Suite helps you manage it all, securely and consistently. Check out all the latest developments in this suite of products and see what they bring to Cloud Foundation:
- What’s New in vRealize Cloud Management 8.2?
- #vRealizeChat: We Asked the Experts; Here’s What They Said.
- VMworld 2020: What’s New from VMware Cloud Management
- Announcing General Availability of VMware vRealize Automation 8.2
- What is New in vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager 8.2?
- Kubernetes Monitoring with vRealize Operations: What, Why, and How?
- vRealize Suite on Cloud Foundation (video)
We hope you’ve enjoyed checking out all of the informational resources on this list. Tweet us at @vmwarevcf to let us know which ones you loved the most and the kinds of resources you’d like to see on a future reading list. Happy reading!