Learn all about the hottest vSphere 7 new features, including VMware ESXi 7 and vSphere Trust Authority.
To ensure that your environment continuously complies with policies, Cloud Assembly Cloud Guardrails runs high-level rules, also known as policies, these policies, in the form of Open Source Idem SLS templates, provide ongoing governance for your cloud environments. Learn More about […]
HCX Tech Talk – Migrate to Azure VMware Solution (AVS)
Register for the June 22 Tech Talk to hear how you can easily migrate to AVS with HCX. The post HCX Tech Talk – Migrate to Azure VMware Solution (AVS) appeared first on Partner News.
Enterprises are increasingly distributed — from the digital architecture they rely on to the human workforce that powers their business every day. This has spurred a sea change across every vertical, altering where data is produced, delivered, and consumed. Additionally, applications are now […]
Introduction Azure VMware Solution (AVS) is a private cloud VMware-as-a-service solution, allowing customers to retain VMware related investments, tools, and skills, whilst taking advantage of the scale and performance of Microsoft Azure. Microsoft announced the latest evolution of Azure VMware [..]
What is Black Basta? Researchers from Uptycs reported that Linux version of Black Basta ransomware is now actively targeting ESXi servers, previously targeting Windows systems. Black Basta has been active since April 2022, like other ransomware operations, it implements a double-extortion […]
What’s the difference between a 2-node cluster and a Stretched cluster?
Stretched cluster and 2-node cluster are two extremely powerful vSAN configurations that help our customers solve different types of challenges. Since both topologies offer synchronous data replication on two different sites (vSAN Fault domains), we often get asked by customers what’s the difference between these two. In this blog post, we will take some time to cover some of the most important similarities and differences that these two configurations have between each other.
If you’ve read my blogs or followed me on social media, you know that I am one of VMware’s most fervent cloud evangelists (see “Springing Forward to Solve Problems Related to Multi-Cloud Adoption,” “Reducing the Complexity of a Multi-Cloud Environment,” “Multi-Cloud: What to Expect in 2022,” […]
I wanted to explore what really happens in the background and understand the whole flow during upgrade and product support pack implementation. This is the most comprehensive guide ever written for vRSLCM in terms of upgrade So , I decided to deploy a vRSLCM 8.6.2 and then upgrade it to 8.8.