Every network Firewall port you will need for all Horizon based VMware products in one handy blog post! SUPER Easy to USE and UNDERSTAND!
If you currently use PowerCLI to automate basic tasks with pre-defined scripts, you’ll already know how powerful automation can be. However, taking the next step and customizing scripts to carry out tasks specifically designed for your needs opens a whole new world of opportunities. This new eBook from Altaro takes you there.
Announcing VMware Tanzu and Project Pacific
Today at VMworld 2019, VMware announced the Tanzu portfolio. Essentially, Tanzu covers a suite of up and coming products and features which will allow our customers to Build, Run and Manage modern applications on Kubernetes, on vSphere. I’m pretty sure that this will not come as a major surprise, considering some of the acquisitions and intentions that VMware has announced recently. For example, we have already had the Heptio acquisition at the end of last year, then the Bitnami acquisition…Read More
5 Things to Know About Project Pacific
During the keynote of the first day of VMworld 2019, Pat unveiled Project Pacific. In short, project Pacific transforms vSphere into a unified application platform. By deeply integrating Kubernetes into the vSphere platform, developers can deploy and operate their applications through a well-known control plane. Additionally, containers are now first-class citizens enjoying all the operations […] The post 5 Things to Know About Project Pacific appeared first on frankdenneman.nl.
Join VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger and COO Sanjay Poonen as they explore bold innovations that the VMware ecosystem is bringing to market, with a special focus on new breakthrough offerings at the intersection of cloud, apps, containers, networking, mobility and security.
Last Thursday, I wrote about VMware’s definitive agreement to acquire Pivotal. We’re really excited to fully join forces, but as I foreshadowed it is one element in our larger strategy to help customers build modern applications, run Kubernetes consistently across environments and manage it all from a single point of control. On Monday at VMworld, The post VMware Tanzu Completes the Modern Applications Picture appeared first on Cloud Native Apps Blog.