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Announcing the ESXi-Arm Fling

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Today is an exciting day for us at VMware and I expect for many of you reading this post: the ESXi bits that run on Arm are now available for you to download and start playing with!  Specifically, we’re excited to release the ESXi-Arm Fling. So what is ESXi-Arm? And what is a Fling? And Read more...
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Announcing Project Monterey – Redefining Hybrid Cloud Architecture

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Last year at VMworld we announced Project Pacific, a rearchitecture of VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) to deeply integrate Kubernetes into the fabric of vSphere.  Project Pacific quickly led to product releases closely integrated with our Tanzu portfolio – VMware Cloud Foundation with Tanzu and now vSphere with Tanzu – to provide a powerful and consistent Read more...
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Announcing VMware vSphere with Tanzu: The Fastest Way to Get Started with Kubernetes

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Last year at VMworld, we announced Project Pacific, a ground-breaking rethinking of vSphere that deeply integrated Kubernetes with the platform. Earlier this year, about six months after the Project Pacific announcement, we released VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) with Tanzu, which incorporated the Project Pacific technology.  While we have many VCF Tanzu customers and many customers are Read more...
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Introducing the 2nd Generation of VMware Cloud on Dell EMC

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It’s been a busy couple of years for VMware Cloud on Dell EMC.  We announced the concept as Project Dimension at VMworld 2018 and then announced VMware Cloud on Dell EMC’s initial availability at Dell World last year.  The focus has always been to deliver a cloud experience to customers on-premises.  This gives customers the Read more...
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How to Get vSphere with Kubernetes

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We’re very excited to announce the general availability of vSphere 7 today! It caps off a massive across-the-board effort by the many engineering teams within VMware. We have built a ton of new capabilities into vSphere 7, including drastically improved lifecycle management, many new security features, and broader application focus and support.  But of course, Read more...
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Introducing vSphere 7: Modern Applications & Kubernetes

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The power of vSphere has always been its ability to support any (x86-based!) application under the sun, running those applications quickly and securely while providing a simplified management environment.  Over the past twenty years, across all customers and partners worldwide, over 70 million applications are running on vSphere in total. While new applications run well Read more...

Project Pacific at Tech Field Day Extra at VMworld 2019

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VMware was happy to host Tech Field Day Extra at VMworld 2019.  We covered lots of great content.  But by far the biggest news of the week for vSphere fans was the announcement of Project Pacific, a Technology Preview of the rearchitecture of vSphere with Kubernetes.  Attendees were eager to learn more about Project Pacific Read more...

Introducing Project Pacific

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Today VMware announced Project Pacific, what I believe to be the biggest evolution of vSphere in easily the last decade.  Simply put, we are re-architecting vSphere to deeply integrate and embed Kubernetes. The introduction of Project Pacific anchors the announcement of VMware Tanzu, a portfolio of products and services that transform how the enterprise builds software Read more...

VMware Cloud on Dell EMC Now Available!

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Bring the Cloud Experience to your Data Center and Edge Today at VMworld we announced that VMware Cloud on Dell EMC is now available. That means you’re now able to get it in your datacenter and edge locations! This is a great milestone for VMware Cloud on Dell EMC.  The team has been hard at Read more...

Announcing VMware Cloud on Dell EMC

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At VMworld last year, we announced Project Dimension, which extends VMware Cloud to deliver the SDDC infrastructure and hardware as-a-service to customers’ on-premises locations. Because it is a cloud service, VMware takes care of operating the infrastructure: deploying it; troubleshooting issues; and performing patching, upgrading and maintenance. This means customers can focus on differentiating their Read more...