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Observability in Multi-Cloud Systems

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By Tom Hite, Sr. Director, Professional Services Emerging Technology and Tom Scanlan, Architect, Professional Services Emerging Technology Many modern software applications operate across multiple clouds, giving rise to the need for broad operating patterns, such as the six sevens. As that pattern notes, a significant challenge many face is understanding the true operating state of the Read more...

Top 10 Tips for VMware NSX Success in a Private Cloud

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By Ben Bowman, Senior Technical Account Specialist (TAS) specializing in VMware NSX As a Senior NSX TAS, over the years I’ve seen a lot of NSX-based private cloud implementations. With that experience in mind, I’d like to share some tips for making  your NSX implementations as effective as possible. This blog provides an  overview; see Read more...

Data Classification for Security

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Tom Hite, Sr. Director Professional Services/Emerging Technology Security breaches represent one of the highest concerns in today’s organizations. In order to prevent breaches to the extent possible and deal with communicating breaches to affected parties, classifying and categorizing data are important. Assuring that data is properly understood is essential to the proper selection of security Read more...

Operationalizing VMware Cloud on AWS PACSI Matrix

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Kevin Lees, Chief Technologist, IT Operations Transformation Andrea Siviero, Principal Architect   VMware Cloud on AWS provides a unified infrastructure framework that enables businesses to integrate their on-premise, VMware SDDC platform with AWS. It does so while providing a common operating environment in which existing tools and skillsets based on familiar VMware software can be Read more...

Organizing and Structuring IT for DevOps

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  Conway’s Law teaches us that how an organization, group or team is structured has a great impact on the outcomes the organization produces. If you split a team responsible for a product into four sub-teams, the final product will be made up of four distinct components or modules. It is important, therefore, to organize Read more...