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Learn about vSAN Stretched Cluster Resilience in this Interactive Infographic

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The vSAN Stretched Cluster feature was introduced in vSAN 6.1. Since then, this feature has matured nicely over the past several vSAN releases with thousands of stretched cluster configurations deployed worldwide. Now vSAN stretched clusters provide resilience to a variety of failure scenarios including drive, host, entire site, and network outages. The vSAN stretched cluster Read more...

Virtually Speaking Podcast Ep 154: EUC in 2020

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In the midst of this global pandemic, the majority of the world’s office workers are now working from home, and IT departments are scrambling to figure out how to support the massive increase in home workers. This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we welcome back VMware Global EUC talker Brian Madden to discuss End Read more...

PowerCLI 12 for vSAN

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VMware PowerCLI is a command-line scripting tool built on Windows PowerShell. It provides an array of cmdlets to efficiently automate repetitive tasks, create reports as well as be used as a guardrail to ascertain possible outcomes of administrative operations. PowerCLI is the preferred and widely used utility to manage and automate the vSphere suite of Read more...

Continuous Improvement in Simplicity and Resilience with vSAN

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When thinking about operations and complexity, look no further than the cockpit of a commercial jetliner. Modern commercial aircraft strive to simplify the operational experience while guarding against a countless number of environmental conditions and errors. When done well, the payoff is simpler experience that accommodates the underlying complexity of the operations. The outcome is Read more...

Cloud Native Storage integration for vSphere with Kubernetes

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With vSphere 7 and VCF 4.0 we announced vSphere with Kubernetes, an combination of a new control plane for vSphere operations through a K8s-like declarative control plane and the ability to deploy vanilla K8s clusters through Tanzu Kubernetes Grid. TKG and vSphere with Kubernetes offer a slightly different architecture than most K8s distributions in order Read more...

vSpeaking Podcast Ep 153: VMware Cloud Foundation 4

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VMware recently announced VMware Cloud Foundation 4. VCF 4 brings together the latest innovations in VMware vSphere 7, VMware vSAN 7, VMware NSX-T, and VMware vRealize Suite 2019, along with new capabilities from VMware Tanzu to support Kubernetes, cloud-native architectures and app transformation in your business. This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we welcome Read more...
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Announcing VMware Site Recovery Manager (SRM) Integration with Pure Storage Arrays with VMware vSphere Virtual Volumes (vVols)

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VMware is pleased to announce the integration of VMware Site Recovery Manager (SRM) with Pure Storage’s FlashArray portfolio with VMware vSphere Virtual Volumes (vVols). The partnership enables customers running the latest version of SRM, 8.3, to easily protect and efficiently manage their Pure Storage vVols datastores using array-based replication and SRM. “We’re excited to be Read more...

vSpeaking Podcast Ep 152: VMware Tech 4 Good

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In the midst of a global pandemic, it's refreshing to hear some of the good that companies around the world are doing to be a force for good. This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we take a moment to highlight a few of the things happening at VMware that impact it's employees, partners and Read more...
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Feature In Five: Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)

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Pour a fresh cup of coffee because we're back with another segment of “Feature in Five.” In just five short minutes, we deliver byte-sized demos of industry-leading VMware products. In this feature, we will focus on Disaster Recovery as a Service, or DRaaS. Let's get started! So how can you be sure that your DRaaS Read more...