While modern technology offers great benefits, it can also create new challenges, like visibility across hybrid cloud and multi-cloud environments. Nowadays, IT departments are getting a big tech headache. But don’t stress about the technology – there’s an answer. See how in the complimentary guide, “Tracking Cloud Management Success”, which highlights the following: Why only vRealize The post How To Get Rid of Your Hybrid Cloud Tech Headache appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.
VMworld 2019 Europe will start the first week of November, and attendees tell us it’s the best place to network, get trained, and have fun! If you’re attending, we’re excited to welcome you to the conference. To make it easier, here’s a guide so you don’t miss the operations management opportunities throughout the event, including: The post VMworld 2019 Europe: Operations Management Sessions appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.
Welcome to “Feature in Five,” our byte-sized videos of industry-leading VMware product solutions, all in—you guessed—five short minutes! Last time, we video-profiled vSAN Cluster Quickstart; in this edition, we turn our attention to Site Recovery Manager non-disruptive testing. VMware Site Recovery Manager provides reliable disaster recovery software that automates the orchestration of failover and fail-back to reduce The post Feature in Five: Site Recovery Manager Non-Disruptive Testing…Read More
So, you have adopted VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF), or maybe you have spent some time reviewing the VMware Validated Design (VVD) and found that you would like to deploy a Single SSO domain. In VVD architecture they propose having two regions with a Single SSO Domain, but natively the VCF deployment process expects a greenfield The post Single SSO Domain with Multiple Cloud Foundation Instances appeared first on Cloud Foundation.
Recently AMD announced the 2nd generation of the AMD EPYC CPU architecture, the EPYC 7002 series. Most refer to the new CPU architecture using its internal codename Rome. When AMD introduced the 1st generation EPYC (Naples), they succeeded in setting a new record of core count and memory capacity per socket. However, due to the CPU […] The post AMD EPYC Naples vs Rome and vSphere CPU Scheduler Updates appeared first on frankdenneman.nl.