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Streamline Your Data Center with Hyperconverged Infrastructure

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Are you looking to modernize operations? Modernization can mean upgrading to enhance performance, investing in more flexibility or lowering overhead costs. After virtualizing infrastructure, we’ve seen organizations lower maintenance costs, boost storage operations agility and speed and decrease the data center footprint. The next step in planning for your organization’s future will involve determining your Read more...
Voyager TDC

VMware Announces vSAN 6.7 Support for Klas Telecom’s Voyager Tactical Data Center (Voyager TDC 2.0)

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This blog was originally published here.    VMware is pleased to announce Klas  Telecom’s Voyager Tactical Data Center (Voyager TDC 2.0) is now certified for the latest vSAN release, vSAN 6.7. VMware is further extending the market for HCI to austere environments where low size, weight, power and ruggedization are required—packaging vSAN with enterprise-grade storage and Read more...

Site Recovery Manager 8.2

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Disaster Recovery never looked so good. Earlier this month VMware released the latest version of Site Recovery Manager. This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we welcome Cato Grace to walk us through the details of this release. Links Mentioned Getting them most out of the new SRM appliance Whats new in SRM 8.2 The Read more...
VMworld 2019

Top 10 Reasons to Attend VMworld 2019 US

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Register Now   VMworld US in San Francisco is around the corner and it’s time to plan for it.  Here are the top 10 reasons why you should attend this preeminent digital infrastructure event of the year. Hear Perspectives about what’s coming next in IT from top VMware leaders and industry experts in the industry.  Read more...
VM Encryption

VM Encryption using SPBM Policies

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SPBM Host-based Rules: VM Encryption Continuing the series on SPBM, in this episode, we are going to focus on the host-based rule: VM Encryption. With the release of vSphere 6.5, you can utilize virtual machine encryption protecting your VM, disks, and files. Because VM Encryption uses SPBM polices, you may now encrypt individual VMs or Read more...

vSpeaking Podcast Episode 115: Virtual Volumes (VVols)

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VMware Virtual Volumes (VVols) is an integration and management framework for external storage that provides finer control at the VM-level, streamlines storage operation and offers flexibility of choice. This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we welcome several of the VVol partners to share insight into their implementations and what customers are saying about this Read more...
CINgroup

Legal Software Leader Scales with Richer Applications and vSAN

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CINgroup provides innovative software for attorneys practicing bankruptcy as well as educational services to help consumers navigate their financial future.  Constant innovation and an unrelenting focus on customer experience have allowed CINgroup to maintain its 90% market share leadership in the bankruptcy software market.  But don’t be mistaken, CINgroup has never rested on its laurels; Read more...
Dell EMC

A Week of Flying High in the Clouds at Dell Technologies World

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  Last week, I attended my first Dell Technologies World. What a fantastic event! Topics spanned from the massive scale of public clouds down to some really cool 2 in 1 laptops (when is my MacBook up for refresh?). Being in our Storage and Availability Business Unit (SABU), I’ll focus on the topics most relevant Read more...
vSAN design recommendations

Splunk on VMware vSAN – Case Study and Design Recommendations

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Splunk software helps to create hidden value from ever growing Machine Data. These workloads need massive storage capacity; the infrastructure needs to be flexible, scalable and provide linear performance increase with scaling. The traditional approach of using physical servers for server deployment may be an option but not smart enough considering the benefits of virtualization. Splunk has provided recommendations for virtualizing its Read more...