Category Archives: VMware

AMD 2nd Gen EPYC (Rome) Application Performance on vSphere Series: Part 2 – VMmark

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In recently published benchmarks with VMware VMmark, we’ve seen lots of great results with the AMD EPYC 7002 Series (known as 2nd Gen EPYC, or “Rome”) by several of our partners. These results show how well a mixed workload environment with many virtual machines and infrastructure operations like vMotion can perform with new server platforms. This […]

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Forrester Study: VMware Carbon Black Cloud Provides 379% ROI

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A newly published Forrester Consulting Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) study shows that organizations who replace their legacy endpoint security products with the VMware Carbon Black Cloud experience a 379% return on investment within three years. The commissioned study conducted on behalf of VMware also highlighted that, thanks to the easy cloud-based deployment, faster investigation and […]

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Using Velero to backup and restore applications that use vSAN File Service RWX file shares

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It has been a while since I looked at Velero, our backup and restore product for Kubernetes cluster resources. This morning I noticed that the Velero team just published version 1.4. This article uses the previous version of Velero, version is v1.3.2. The version should not make a difference to the article. In this post, I want to see Velero backing up and restoring applications that use read-write-many (RWX) volumes that are dynamically provisioned as file shares from vSAN 7.0 File Services. To demonstrate, I’ll create two simple busybox Pods in their own namespace. Using the vSphere CSI driver, Kubernetes…

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Bringing Intrinsic Security to Containers: VMware Acquires Octarine

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UPDATE: On May 27, 2020 VMware officially closed its acquisition of Octarine. The blog post below has been amended to reflect that announcement.   _______________________    Today is a very exciting day for VMware and for our customers as we announce our acquisition of Octarine, whose innovative security platform for Kubernetes applications helps simplify DevSecOps and enables cloud native environments to be more secure, from development through […]

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VMware ESXi670 202004002: create custom baseline

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Periodically VMware releases updates for their solutions. The most popular ones like VMware vSphere ESX(i), vCenter, VCSA and vRealize are update with a high frequency. The latest info and downloads are available from the main Product Patches page (requires free sign-in). At the time of writing the latest update, namely VMware ESXi670-202004002 released on the […]

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Reminder –> VMware EMPOWER Online Americas is May 27

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Don’t forget to join us tomorrow from 8AM -3PM PT (11AM – 6PM ET) for the latest tech, sales, and marketing enablement content, tailored specifically for you, our partners. Go here to register and be sure to view the content catalog to pre-plan the sessions you want to attend. Make use of the calendar download feature […]

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CloudSpot episode 14 – Cloud Provider Hub and VMware Cloud Foundation with Luis Ayuso

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    In this week’s episode, I’m joined by Luis Ayuso who is a Senior Product Marketing Manager for the VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) suite amongst other things. We will discuss the future of Cloud Provider Pod, where VCF 4.0 is headed and why it’s a great offering for service providers to consider.    

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vSphere with Kubernetes

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During the past couple of months, I’ve had the opportunity to participate in both the vSphere 7 and Project Pacific beta programs. While the vSphere 7 beta was fairly straightforward (no intent to downplay the incredible amount of work that went into one of VMware’s biggest and most anticipated releases in company history), Project Pacific […]

VMworld 2017 vBrownBag: Living Rural & Tech Community (It Really Is Possible)

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In 2017 I was allowed not one but two slots at for vBrownBag at VMworld 2017 which was a big deal to me. The first of these was a solo presentation by me about how to be an active member of the vCommunity while living in a rural area without easy access to things like VMUGs and such.

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