The VMware Cloud on AWS service provides the flexibility and scalability expected in the public cloud. A full SDDC can be deployed in under two hours, and adding additional hosts can be done in an average of ten to fifteen minutes. In this demonstration, we will walk you through deploying an […]
Each VMware Cloud on AWS software-defined data center requires integration with an AWS VPC and subnet. In this video, you will learn the requirements so you can effectively allocate address blocks and plan for the creation of necessary native AWS infrastructure elements. Get started […]
Feature Friday Episode 3 – VMware Cloud Director Container Service Extension
Welcome to the Feature Friday series of videos to help you make the most out of your investments in VMware cloud solutions. Today we cover VMware Container Service Extension for VMware Cloud Director. Learn how you can deliver Kubernetes Clusters as a Service and utilise the CSE capabilities and additions to deliver upgrades and management of these Clusters. Products covered: VMware Cloud Director, VMware Container Service Extension for VMware Cloud Director
New VCD 10.1 on VCF 4 Technical paper is available!
There is a lot going on with VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) and the Cloud Provider program. New vRAM pricing, aligning Cloud Provider roadmap with VCF, and more! As we mentioned earlier this year, we are working on aligning the Cloud Provider stack with VCF, and moving onward from Cloud Provider Pod. We discussed an update The post New VCD 10.1 on VCF 4 Technical paper is available! appeared first on VMware Cloud Provider Blog.
VMware is proud to announce General Availability of VMware Cloud Foundation 4.0.1 providing important enhancements and features to the full stack HCI solution. Within VMware Cloud Foundation 4.0.1, the following new enhancements are now available: NSX-T cluster-level upgrade support: Users can […]
(By Michael West, Technical Product Manager, VMware) The early adoption of Kubernetes generally involved patterns of relatively few large clusters deployed to bare metal infrastructure. While applications running on the clusters tended to be ephemeral, the clusters themselves were not. What […]
We discuss in this article the use of containers for running AI and ML applications and why these applications might benefit from sharing access to remote and partial GPUs with VMware vSphere Bitfusion. The bulk of this blog, however, will be a detailed example of how to run a TensorFlow […]
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