During Pat’s keynote yesterday, he mentioned how the industry is moving towards consuming the unified SDDC platform. Enterprises are looking for a platform that delivers cloud ready infrastructure which is easy to deploy, manage and secure. A fully integrated system that just works. VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) does just that. VCF is an unified SDDC platform that brings together vSphere, vSAN, and NSX into a natively integrated stack. It delivers, enterprise-ready cloud infrastructure for the private and public cloud. It
When I joined VMware about a year ago, I vowed to myself that I would start working on my VCIX in the Cloud Management & Automation (VCIX6-CMA) track. Of course one doesn’t just wake up on a fine day and decide to get their advanced certifications. It’s been a long standing goal of mine to sit the VCAPs and achieve the VCIX badge. What stopped me earlier? The previous versions of the exams required me to have knowledge of vCD.
Since the introduction of vCenter Server appliance (vCSA), there has always been a debate on which one is better (Windows based deployment or vCSA) and what one’s advantages over the other is. Folks at VMware have spent lot of their time and effort on making vCSA better and are committed to making sure all the features are available with vCSA in order to relieve the customers of the dilemma of choosing between the two. This is very evident with every
VMware Admiral is a lightweight container management platform which is going to change the way we deploy and manage containers. It takes just couple of minutes to set it up. Admiral comes with a simple UI which has minimal but all the functions required to rapidly deploy and scale container based applications. It can be deployed on the Photon OS which is a minimal Linux container host, optimised to run on VMware platforms. With Admiral, all it takes is 3 simple