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#VMwareVCFChat: vRealize and VMware Cloud Foundation Chat Recap

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For the first time in tweet chat history, on Thursday, July 23, the VMware Cloud Foundation team welcomed the vRealize CMBU team over to Twitter to discuss how vRealize and VMware Cloud Foundation work together! We asked all our 101 questions to our impressive guestlist of subject matter experts that included Josh Townsend, Rick Walsworth, Read more...
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Get the Facts about VMware Cloud Foundation – Part 6

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The latest release of VMware Cloud Foundation brings brand new features for simplified management to the hybrid cloud platform. To help our customers build, deploy and run modern applications at scale, native Kubernetes capabilities are now built into the full hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) stack. In previous #VCFacts blogs, we explored facts about our VMware Cloud Read more...
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Software-Defined Everything, Built by VMware

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The right technology with near-real-time insights that allows for proactive adaptation to market changes and business goals is the ultimate goal. This is exactly what telecommunications company CenturyLink, was able to accomplish with a software-defined everything strategy. Facing challenges with legacy storage, they looked to hybrid cloud infrastructure, built by VMware. VMware Cloud Foundation’s single Read more...

Get the Facts about VMware Cloud Foundation – Part 5

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We’ve made it to part five of our #VCFacts series, dedicated to sharing the facts about VMware Cloud Foundation so teams can make an informed decision about adopting our integrated, virtualized software stack. If you’re just joining us, you can read parts one through four here to brush up on some additional facts about our Read more...
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#VMwareVCFchat: Upcoming Events

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Did you know that we hold monthly VMware Cloud Foundation chats on Twitter? Well, now you know! Keep checking this page to stay current on upcoming topics and dates. Don’t forget to join us each month! What’s a VMware VCF Chat? A #VMwareVCFchat is a Tweet Chat – basically an “Ask Me Anything” or typed Q&A Read more...
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#VMwareVCFchat Recap: Business Continuity

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Missed our most recent VMware Cloud Foundation Tweet Chat? Don’t worry, we have got you covered! During our latest #VMwareVCFchat, our VMware experts Josh Townsend and Rick Walsworth dove into all things Business Continuity as we continue to navigate through our new normal. Check out what they had to share in our recap below!  Q1: Read more...

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...
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VMware Cloud Foundation’s Summer Reading List 2020

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Spring has come and gone, and with it came several exciting VMware product announcements, launches, and GAs. With summer in full swing, we thought it would be helpful to put together a list of essential reading to make sure you’re up to speed on all the news specifically related to our favorite VMware solution: VMware Read more...
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Kubernetes Infrastructure

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  Kubernetes (K8s) is a portable, extensible, open-source platform for managing containerized workloads and services, that facilitates both declarative configuration and automation. It has a large, rapidly growing ecosystem. Kubernetes services, support, and tools are widely available. Source: https://kubernetes.io K8s takes very good care of the applications that run on top it, but the infrastructure is Read more...