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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...
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Introducing vSphere 7: Features & Technology for the Hybrid Cloud

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On March 10th, 2020 VMware announced vSphere 7 and I’m very excited to finally be able to describe why it is truly technology for the hybrid cloud! If you haven’t already read through Krish Prasad’s launch post that provides an overview of vSphere 7, I would recommend starting there. Then continue below where I’ll unpack Read more...
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Announcing End of Availability for vSphere Platinum, vCloud Suite Platinum, and Cloud Foundation Platinum

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VMware is announcing the End of Availability (EOA) of VMware vSphere Platinum, VMware Cloud Foundation Platinum, and VMware vCloud Suite Platinum product editions, effective April 2, 2020. After this date, the Platinum portfolio will no longer be available for purchase. VMware will continue to support the components of the above bundles through their respective published Read more...

Is Your On-Premises Existence Under Scrutiny? VMware Cloud on Dell EMC Offers a Solution

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For many IT teams and organizations, maintaining an on-premises infrastructure has become an increasing challenge. The introduction of the public cloud, along with the wholesale perception that running workloads in the public cloud is less expensive and provides an equivalent environment for previously on-premises workloads have captured significant attention. While the popularity of the public Read more...
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Best Practices for vSphere 6.7 Tagging

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vSphere Tags were introduced in version 5.1 as a way to organize inventory objects such as VMs, Hosts, Datastores, etc., a much-needed feature for helping search for or group objects within vSphere. A Tag is basically a label that can be applied to vSphere inventory objects. When an administrator creates a tag, it is then Read more...

Explore vSphere + Bitfusion – The Future of AI & ML

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We’re back with another vSphere Tweet Chat recap! In this edition, we explore vSphere and Bitfusion, and what this integration means for the future of AI and ML. To answer all of your questions, experts Jim Brogan (@brogan_record) and Don Sullivan (@dfsulliv) joined us to share the inside scoop. They answered some tough questions, and Read more...
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VMware Welcomes The Future

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(To mark the end of the year we have been posting every day through January 1 with lighter vSphere and VMware topics. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do. See them all via the “2019 Wrap Up” tag!) For the final blog post of 2019 and of the 2019 Wrap Up, let’s Read more...
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Blast From The Past: Where We’ve Come From

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(To mark the end of the year we are posting every day through January 1 with lighter vSphere and VMware topics. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do. See them all via the “2019 Wrap Up” tag!) We’ve made it! By the time this blog post goes live it will be 2020 Read more...
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Eventful Year for vSphere: Top Blog Posts of 2019

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(To mark the end of the year we are posting every day through January 1 with lighter vSphere and VMware topics. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do. See them all via the “2019 Wrap Up” tag!) We’re in the home stretch, with mere hours until the end of the decade. To Read more...