Microsoft® SQL Server® 2016 delivers high performance–but storage-intensive workloads aren’t a good match for traditional infrastructure. From vendor and device restrictions to complicated management, running workloads on hardware alone is no longer practical or cost-effective.
Advertise here with BSA I have been testing with Virtual Reality apps within a VM for the past few days and I am leveraging NVIDIA vGPU technology on vSphere 6.7 U3. I was running into some undesired behavior and was pointed to the fact that this could be due to the frame rate being limited by default (Thank Ben!). […]
Platforms for Modernizing Applications: Which 3 Words?
By Tom Hite, Sr. Director, PS Research Labs; Emad Benjamin, Sr. Director, Chief Technologist for Cloud Application Platforms; and Grant Shipley, Sr. Director, Kubernetes Field Engineering Last year we published a definition of a robust Modern Application Platform (“MAP”) as comprising three important components: development tools and frameworks; runtime platforms; and sustainability services. Not too long after penning MAP The post Platforms for Modernizing Applications: Which 3 Words?…Read More
Introduction to a Modern IoT Application
By, Neeraj Arora, Staff Architect, PS Research Labs; Luis M. Valerio Castillo, Consultant, PS Research Labs For the things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing them, e.g. men become builders by building and lyreplayers by playing the lyre… Excerpt from “Nichomachean Ethics”, by Aristotle As is with many The post Introduction to a Modern IoT Application appeared first on VMware Professional Services.
This blog post will cover how to use the new Terraform provider with the VMware NSX-T Policy Manager. In previous blog posts, you might recall I covered how you can use the Infrastructure-As-Code tool Terraform to provision VMware resources (vSphere and VMware Cloud on AWS). In VMware Cloud on AWS…Read More