VMC on AWS – Availability in the AWS US East region, Hybrid Cloud Extension Service and DRaaS

VMware Cloud on AWS is a hybrid cloud offering from VMware that combines the power of private cloud technology and the reach of AWS. It is an on-demand service offered to customers who are looking at running their applications on vSphere based public cloud environments. VMware Cloud on AWS is powered by VMware Cloud Foundation consisting of vSphere, NSX and vSAN for compute, network and storage virtualization respectively. With this service, customers can move their existing workloads to and from

VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) 2.2 : What’s new

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

Some VMworld 2015 US awesomeness

It’s been a busy month so far and I have not been able to write down all the good things about VMworld 2015. I got to attend the VMworld US this year and it was a wonderful experience. Since it was my first VMworld I was a little occupied with all the sessions, meetings and lot of other things and could not write blogs live during the event like all the pros did ;) So here I am, talking about

VMware’s updated Certification Roadmap for 2015

I hear a lot of people complaining about ever changing names of VMware products. All the vCenter-centric products got renamed to vCloud and then to vRealize and the same might continue to happen in the upcoming versions. vSphere 6.0 was not the only new highlight of yesterday’s announcements. VMware has set the stage to revamp their certifications into a more matured and organised certification tracks(Not that the previous one wasn’t matured and organised before, but this one’s better). Keeping their