Posts Tagged ‘Cloud Computing’

VMware SDDC with NSX Expands to AWS

Sunday, December 10th, 2017

VMC on AWS VMware Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) technologies like vSphere ESXi, vCenter, vSAN, and NSX have been leveraged by thousands of customers globally to build reliable, flexible, agile, and highly available data center environments running thousands of workloads. I’ve also discussed prior how partners leverage VMware vSphere products and NSX to offer cloud environments/services to customers. In the VMworld Session NET1188BU: Disaster Recovery Solutions with NSX, I discussed how VMware Cloud Providers like iLand and IBM use NSX to provide cloud services like DRaaS. In 2016, VMware and AWS announced a strategic partnership, and, at VMworld this year, general availability of VMware Cloud on AWS (VMC on AWS) was announced; this new service is the focus of this post. (more…)

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Cloud Computing and the Pace of Technological Innovation

Thursday, February 23rd, 2012

Sillicon ValleyEveryone knows for the most part that technology, especially in Silicon Valley, is a fast moving beast. Nowadays, it’s not a field for people to get into halfheartedly; otherwise, you may find yourself being eatin’ alive by the competition. It’s a land and time where geeks and hardcore tech junkies flourish and those seeking a 9 to 5 job die off. With the speed at which technology is moving, even I, a devout hardcore tech junky whose personal and work life have commingled to a point of no distinction, find it hard to keep up. (more…)

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VMware vSphere 4 Step-through

Tuesday, May 17th, 2011

VMware vSphere 4VMware vSphere is an industry leading virtualization platform. Basically it is a software suite composed of applications directed towards managing datacenters through the use of virtualization technology. I’m going to briefly discuss some of the major/core components of vSphere 4. This will give you a clear idea of some of the power behind vSphere 4 and virtualization technology in general. For more information/documentation and a full list of benefits offered by vSphere 4, you should check VMware’s website. (more…)

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