vSAN 7 Update 2 RDMA Support

vSAN 7 Update 2 RDMA Support

vSAN 7 Update 2 RDMA Support

Networking Matters The nature of a distributed storage system like vSAN means that a network connecting the hosts is heavily relied upon for resilient connectivity, performance, and efficiency. Traditionally, vSAN has relied upon TCP communication to move data between hosts in a reliable and consistent manner. vSAN 7 Update 2 now supports clusters configured for RDMA-based (Remote Direct Memory Access) networking. Specifically, RCoE v2 (RDMA Converged over Ethernet version 2) will be supported.


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Announcing VMware Cloud Foundation…

Announcing VMware Cloud Foundation Subscription: Consume Multi-Cloud Infrastructure through VMware Cloud Universal

Announcing VMware Cloud Foundation…

Announcing VMware Cloud Foundation Subscription Today, as part of the launch of VMware Cloud Universal, we are excited to deliver VMware Cloud Foundation Subscription that enables customers to proactively adopt multi-cloud infrastructure and accelerate their application modernization journey. VMware Cloud Universal is a program that includes subscription-based offers that give customers the financial flexibility to … Continued The post Announcing VMware Cloud Foundation Subscription: Consume…Read More


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Deployment of VMware Cloud Director 10.2 on…

Deployment of VMware Cloud Director 10.2 on VMware Cloud Foundation 4.0

Deployment of VMware Cloud Director 10.2 on…

VMware Cloud Director on VMware Cloud Foundation is quite beneficial for providers as it saves time in the deployment and configuration of underlying infrastructure required for VMware Cloud Director. There are various ways by which one can deploy VMware Cloud Director on VMware Cloud Foundation. This video talks about one of the deployment scenario and demonstrates the end to end deployment process of VMware Cloud Director 10.2 in the management domain of VMware Cloud Foundation 4.0. Products covered: VMware Cloud Director, VMware Cloud Foundation


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Announcing Limited Extension of VMware vSphere…

Announcing Limited Extension of VMware vSphere 6.5 General Support Period

Announcing Limited Extension of VMware vSphere…

By — Paul Turner, VP Product Management, Cloud Platform Business Unit, VMware This month marks a full year that many businesses transitioned to a work from home model with the onset of the global pandemic. That’s created challenges for some of our customers with regards to IT operations and strategic planning. It has also led … Continued The post Announcing Limited Extension of VMware vSphere 6.5 General Support Period appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.


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First steps with the NSX Advanced Load Balancer…

First steps with the NSX Advanced Load Balancer (NSX ALB)

First steps with the NSX Advanced Load Balancer…

As part of the vSphere 7.0 Update 2 (U2) launch, VMware now provides another Load Balancer option for vSphere with Tanzu. This new Load Balancer, built on Avi Networks technology (and previously known as Avi Vantage), provides another production-ready load balancer option for your vSphere with Tanzu deployments. This Load Balancer, now called the NSX Advanced Load balancer, or NSX ALB for short, will provide Virtual IP addresses (VIPs) for the Supervisor Control Plane API server, the TKG…Read More


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Simplified Nested ESXi installation in ESXi 7.0…

Simplified Nested ESXi installation in ESXi 7.0…

Deploying an ESXi scripted installation aka Kickstart running within a VM (Nested ESXi) has a number of benefits, especially for testing and development purposes. This was something I did regularly as a customer, especially with new releases of ESXi to ensure our existing automation scripts and […]


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