Accelerating Kubernetes Adoption with VMware PKS on Cloud Foundation

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VMworld will feature a number of advanced technologies centered around building robust, highly secure, comprehensive container ecosystems that will fuel continued innovation through development of Cloud Native Apps. It’s clear that Kubernetes has taken pole position for Container as a Service (CAAS) deployments and that the industry has embraced VMware PKS as one of the Read more...

Announcing VMware Cloud Foundation and HPE Synergy with HPE GreenLake

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Today, we’re pleased to announce that VMware Cloud Foundation will now be offered in HPE’s GreenLake program running on HPE Synergy composable infrastructure. This gives VMware customers the opportunity to build a fully managed private cloud with many of the benefits of public cloud, including cloud economics, in an on-premises environment. “We’re pleased to be Read more...

Extending Composable Hybrid Cloud for Workload Mobility Use Cases

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Author: Robert Campbell, Sr. Global Partner Solution Architect Contributors: Prasad Kalpurekkal   Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and VMware are working together to run VMware Cloud Foundation with HPE Synergy composable infrastructure beyond the data center. Now, with VMware Cloud Foundation, you can build applications with private cloud data center infrastructure and migrate those workloads to Read more...
Compliance Kit

Introducing the Compliance Kit for NIST 800-53

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On August 8th, VMware released the first VMware Validated Design Compliance Kit. This is an exciting first step towards security and compliance automation. Building the kit on existing VMware Validated Designs shortens the time to attain compliance, saves money, and reduces risk. Introduction to Compliance Predecessors of current technology had security features pretty much from Read more...

VMware Cloud Foundation on Dell EMC VxRail Blog Series – part 5: Adding NSX-T   

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Author: RadhaKrishna Dasari, Staff Solutions Architect. In the previous blog, we discussed Lifecycle Management for Cloud Foundation on VxRail. In this part, we will discuss NSX-T.    With the recent release of Cloud Foundation 3.8, customers can deploy Cloud Foundation on VxRail and create workload domains with NSX-T Data Center deployed and pre-configured that comply with the VMware Validated Design (VVD) guidelines. This has been a highly requested feature since Read more...

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Make your Mark with VMware Cloud Foundation at VMworld US!

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There’s been a lot going on with VMware Cloud Foundation in recent months, including the general availability of Cloud Foundation on Dell EMC VxRail and the release of VMware Cloud Foundation v3.8, which is packed with new capabilities that make Cloud Foundation easier to deploy, manage and automate. With VMworld US quickly approaching, it’s time Read more...

Announcing the General Availability of VMware Cloud Foundation 3.8

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It’s my pleasure to announce the generally availability of VMware Cloud Foundation 3.8. This newest release is packed with new capabilities that make Cloud Foundation easier to deploy, manage and automate. Cloud Foundation 3.8 also updates the Bill of Materials (BOM) used to build out a Software Defined Datacenter (SDDC) so that customers get access Read more...

VMware Cloud Foundation on Dell EMC VxRail Blog Series – Part 4: Life Cycle Management (Upgrades)

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The previous blog covered details of the Stretched Cluster functionality. In this part, we will discuss the Life Cycle Management (LCM) Process.   LCM is one of most important features of Cloud Foundation on VxRail. Upgrading an environment hosted on different types of hardware with varied firmware levels, running different types of VMware products at various versions while supporting customer Read more...

The First Cloud Foundation Tweet Chat, Recapped!

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On June 27 we hosted our very first Cloud Foundation Tweet Chat, graciously joined by Jason Shaw, Senior Technical Marketing Engineer at VMware, and Jason Marques, Senior Consultant Engineer, VxRail Technical Marketing at Dell EMC Corporation. Together, they answered some burning questions on Cloud Foundation and VxRail and the benefits of pairing the two together. Read more...