Starting NSX-T version 3.0.2 workloads with NSX-T global network backing (L2 stretched segment) can be protected and recovered using Site Recovery Manager (SRM). More details on Multi-Locations with Federation are available here. Note: This post does not contain the installation and […]
VMware customers are modernizing applications and infrastructure to meet evolving digital demands. The good news is that it is easier than ever to upgrade your VMware footprint to support containerized applications and add one or more public clouds to meet short- and long-term goals: […]
Datacentres have to move towards adopting public cloud characteristics, otherwise they will become history. The main characteristics of every public clouds are: Self Service – A portal or API where end users can request services (Day 1) Elastic – The services can scale automatically as required and as requested (Day 2) Metered – You can measure what is being used, when and by whom. (Day X) #multicloud #HybricCloud #vmware #AWS #Azure #GCP #Cloud #Elastic #Chargeback
CLOUD!…….Great, now I have your attention, let’s talk about data centers. Data centers, remember those? Yes, it’s what we used to call Private Clouds before they were known as clouds. What about Co-los? Yes, those shared data centers we used before they were called Public Clouds or Cloud Hosted.
Start off with a walkthrough of the VMware Cloud Services Console showing how to access different services, identity management, and more. Next, we’ll show you how to navigate through the console to access all of the features and components of VMware Cloud on AWS including the developer center […]
This is a question I got asked just before I broke for the festive period. In previous posts I’ve covered how to work around some of the most common issues that I see, providing mechanisms to help with Application Discovery and Network Mapping. There are always nuances […]
Managing AZ Locality within VMware Cloud on AWS
Stretched Clusters are a force multiplier within the VMware Cloud on AWS Service. The ability to resolve AWS Availability with an infrastructure level solution enables mission-critical workloads to move into the AWS cloud without rearchitecting site availability. In a strange turn of events, […]
Tanzu Kubernetes Grid (TKG) Demo Appliance 1.2.1
Check out the newest release of the Tanzu Kubernetes Grid (TKG) Demo Appliance Fling which includes the following new features: Support for the latest TKG 1.2.1 release Support for TKG Workload Cluster upgrade workflow from Kubernetes v1.18.10 to v1.19.3 Updated embedded Harbor to use self-sign […]
How to Migrate from vRealize Automation 7.x to 8.2 Today!
In the case that you’re still using vRealize Automation 7.x, getting overwhelmed by its complex architecture and feeling limited by the same functionalities, I have good news for you! By the end of this blog, you will be familiar with what’s new in […]