A common question arises when customers are migrating workloads between ESXi hosts, clusters, vCenter Servers or data centers. What network is being used when a hot or cold migration is initiated? This blog post explains the difference between the various services and networks stacks in ESXi, and which one is used for a specific type The post Hot and Cold Migrations; Which Network is Used? appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.
We’re excited that VMware has been named a Leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Hyperconverged Infrastructure for the third time. This year, we improved our position both on the Ability to Execute and the Completeness of Vision – obtaining the leading position in Completeness of Vision and the only vendor to move up and The post VMware Once Again a Leader in the 2019 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Hyperconverged Infrastructure appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
I’m sure most readers will be somewhat familiar with VMware’s Project Pacific at this point. It really is the buzz of VMworld 2019. If I had to describe Project Pacific in as few words as possible, it is a merging of vSphere and Kubernetes (K8s) with the goal of enabling our customers to deploy new, next-gen, distributed, modern applications which may be comprised of container workloads and virtual machine workloads. Not only that, but we also need to provide our customers with a consistent…Read More
Hi everyone. In this episode of VM in Five I cover VMware’s new release vRealize Operations 8.0
The days are ticking away until VMworld Europe, but we have some exciting news that we just couldn’t keep quiet about! PowerCLI version 11.5.0 is here and it is a huge release! More than 20 cmdlets have been added. There are new properties available for the objects we all know and love, one of which […] The post New Release – PowerCLI 11.5.0 appeared first on VMware PowerCLI Blog.
With Tanzu and Project Pacific, VMware is transforming itself into a formidable next-generation developer platform and infrastructure services provider, all based around Kubernetes and application containers. Joe Beda, Principal Engineer for Cloud-Native Apps at VMware, answers all things Kubernetes and what customers can expect to gain from new technologies like Project Pacific and Tanzu Mission Control.