OpenStack and Kubernetes Better Together

OpenStack and Kubernetes Better Together

OpenStack and Kubernetes Better Together

Virtual machines and containers are two of my favorite technologies. In today’s DevOps driven environment, deliver applications as microservices allows an organization to provide features faster. Splitting a monolithic application into multiple portable fragments based on containers are often top of most organization’s digital transformation strategies. Virtual Machines, delivered as IaaS, has been around […] The post OpenStack and Kubernetes Better Together appeared first on OpenStack Blog…Read More


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What is a Config VVol Anyways?

What is a Config VVol Anyways?

What is a Config VVol Anyways?

I have blogged a decent amount recently about VVols and in many of those posts I mention config VVols. When using vSphere Virtual Volumes, VMs have one, some, or all of the following VVols types: Data VVols–every virtual disk you add creates a data VVol on your array Swap VVol–when you power on a VVol-based … Continue reading What is a Config VVol Anyways? →


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VMware Client IP Transparency Explained

VMware Client IP Transparency Explained

VMware Client IP Transparency Explained

In certain industries, like banking and healthcare, it is not uncommon to find backend application servers configured with the client IP address from where the connection originates. A couple good examples of this are a nurse station in the healthcare industry, where Epic software is the backend, or a mainframe emulator, where the backend infrastructure […] The post VMware Client IP Transparency Explained appeared first on VMware End-User Computing Blog .


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Monitoring HPE 3PAR StoreServ with Blue Medora

Monitoring HPE 3PAR StoreServ with Blue Medora

Monitoring HPE 3PAR StoreServ with Blue Medora

Monitoring HPE 3PAR StoreServ with Blue Medora If data is driving the digital economy, then flash storage is its engine’s turbo charger. All flash arrays (AFA) may not feature in your data center today, but odds are soon they will. According to 451 Research, 48% of enterprises are either currently using them, piloting, or planning


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Securing Native Cloud Workloads with VMware NSX…

Securing Native Cloud Workloads with VMware NSX Cloud Blog Series – Part 1: Getting Started

Securing Native Cloud Workloads with VMware NSX…

Introduction As businesses evaluate their applications in the constantly evolving world of IT, new strategies are emerging for delivery. These strategies include keeping applications on-premises or moving them to one or more public cloud providers. These public clouds come with their own networking and security constructs and policy management. This results in a new set of The post Securing Native Cloud Workloads with VMware NSX Cloud Blog Series – Part 1: Getting Started appeared first on…Read More


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