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Delivering New Cloud Provider Services with VMware Cloud Foundation 4.0 and VMware Cloud Director 10.1

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The VMware Cloud Provider Program (VCPP) is a very successful program with more than 4,000 participating partners. Many of these VCPP partners offer VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) based dedicated cloud services to enable their customers to enjoy the full benefit of hybrid cloud with maximum consistency between cloud and on-premise. VMware Cloud Director (VCD) is Read more...
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Announcing VMware Cloud Foundation 4.0.1

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VMware is proud to announce General Availability of VMware Cloud Foundation 4.0.1 providing important enhancements and features to the full stack HCI solution. Within VMware Cloud Foundation 4.0.1, the following new enhancements are now available: NSX-T cluster-level upgrade support: Users can upgrade specific host clusters within a workload domain so that the upgrade can fit Read more...

Introducing VMware Cloud Foundation 3.10

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VMware is announcing General Availability of VMware Cloud Foundation version 3.10 bringing in new capabilities for VCF customers running version 3.9.1 and earlier releases.  VMware Cloud Foundation 3.10 includes the following capabilities: The VMware Cloud Foundation 3.10 release includes the following: ESXi Cluster-Level and Parallel Upgrades: Enables you to update the ESXi software on multiple Read more...
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Delivering Kubernetes at Cloud Scale with VMware Cloud Foundation 4 (Part 4)

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The General Availability Announcement of VMware Cloud Foundation 4.0 marks the beginning of an entirely new way to deploy application infrastructure, consolidating VM and container workloads onto a common control plane with consistent infrastructure and consistent operations. This results in better operational efficiencies managing VMs at scale, but also delivers what developers want most – Read more...

Application Virtual Networks – Enabling Stronger Mobility and Flexibility with VMware Cloud Foundation

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By: Nick Marshall One of the new features in the 3.9.1 release of VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) is use of Application Virtual Networks (AVNs) to completely abstract the hardware and realize the true value from a software-defined cloud computing model. As an introduction, AVNs are software-defined overlay networks that serve as specialized purpose in the Read more...

Announcing General Availability of VMware Cloud Foundation 3.9.1

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By: Lavanya Shastri On January 14th 2020, VMware achieved general availability of VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) 3.9.1, introducing support for Application Virtual Networks, API support for multiple physical NICs and vSphere Distributed switches, and improvements to Cloud Builder and Developer Center.  The following post provides an overview of the release content and links to additional Read more...

Delivering Global Scale, Management and Visibility with VMware Cloud Foundation 3.9

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As customers continue to expand their VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) footprint at global scale, there is a growing set of real-world deployment requirements that is driving further innovation to the product. These requirements surface through customer interactions and help the VCF product team to prioritize and address these requirements as rapidly as possible. Today VMware Read more...