VMware Cloud Foundation 3.9

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Reading Time: 3 minutes VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) is VMware’s unified SDDC platform for the hybrid cloud and it’s based on VMware’s compute, storage, and network virtualization technologies to deliver a native integrated software stack that can be used on-premises for private cloud deployment or run as a service from the public cloud with consistent and simple operations. The core components of VMware Cloud Foundation are VMware vSphere (for the compute part), vSAN (for the storage part), and NSX DataCenter (in version -v or -T, for the network and security part). It’s more than a simple products bundle, because it gives a full validate stack with a fast provisioning, but […]

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CI/CD with vRealize Automation Cloud

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After having covered the latest updates in vRealize Automation Cloud (on-prem FaaS Provider, Custom Forms with vRO actions), I will now come to one of the strengths of VMware’s service offerings: Code Stream. This blog explains what Swisscom wants to achieve regarding infrastructure as code, automated testing and continuous integration and delivery.

VMware Scores Highest in 2 out of 4 Use Cases and Only Vendor to Receive Top 2 Highest Scores Across Every Use Case in 2019 Gartner Critical Capabilities for UEM Tools

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In August, VMware was named a Leader in Gartner’s 2019 Magic Quadrant for Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) and we’re excited to announce we scored highest in 2 out of 4 use cases and second highest in the other 2 use cases in the 2019 Gartner Critical Capabilities for Unified Endpoint Management Tools. Gartner Critical Capabilities […]

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vCenter 6.7 Update 3a, VMware Tools 10.3.21 and 11.0.1 Released

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VMware has released vCenter 6.7 Update 3a, VMware Tools 10.3.21 (this is for Linux) and VMware Tools 10.0.1 (this is for Windows and OSX). vCenter 6.7 Update 3a This new version i a bug fix version. See the release notes here for more information: Release notes VMware Tools 10.3.21 and 11.0.1 VMware Tools 10.3.21 is […]

vRA Cloud Assembly Load Balancer with NSX-T Deep Dive

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The intention of this blog post is to provide a deep dive into vRA Load Balancer features with NSX-T. I will go over what objects and why they are created in NSX-T to support different types of load balancers. I will cover what network profile settings are required to provision different types of load balancers.

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NSX-T Control Plane Components

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NSX-T Control Plane Components



In NSX-T Datacenter the control plane is split into 2 components which are Central Control Plane (CCP) and Local Control plane (LCP)/

Lets discuss more about Central Control Plane,

 Central Control plane (CCP) 

In central control plane its compute and disseminate the ephermeral runtime state based on the config of management plane and topology reported by data plane element.



Local Control Plane (LCP)

It run at the compute endpoint like on transport node (ESXi/ KVM, baremetal) . It computed the local empheral runtime state for the endpoint based on the update from the CCP and LCP information.

The LCP pushes stateless configuration to forwarding engines in the data plane and report the information back to CCP.

This process easy the task for CCP and enable the platform to scale to thousand diffrent type of endpoints (Hypervisor, containers, hosts,baremetal  or public cloud)

VMware Project Pacific – Technical Overview

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This project is Open source has a lot of potentials to improve, custom CRDs and Controllers can be written to integrate new tools and stacks into the vSphere infrastructure as an instance creating a MongoDB CRD, controller that can deploy a MongoDB instance by just specifying the details in the manifest and the controller can then keep a watch on the desired state.

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#VMware‘s Center of Advanced Learning (#VMwareCAL): We did it … and it was quite an interesting ride

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Almost two weeks are over and I am back at the SFO airport. I have written about my expectation of VMware’s center of advanced learning and it is about time to wrap things up. First of all. Congratulations to Yves Sandfort & Jens Hennig and therefore the whole comdivision for being involved in multiple post-cal […]