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TAM Lab 051 – Migrating VMs to VMC on AWS via HCX

TAM Lab 051 – Migrating VMs to VMC on AWS via HCX

David Glading (@VM_Dave) demonstrates how to migrate VMs from on-prem to VMC on AWS, leveraging HCX. He also reviews how to configure Public IPs, NAT, Gateway & Distributed firewall to allow external connectivity.


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Read-Write-Many Persistent Volumes with vSAN 7…

Read-Write-Many Persistent Volumes with vSAN 7 File Services

Read-Write-Many Persistent Volumes with vSAN 7…

A few weeks back, just after the vSphere 7.0 launch event, I wrote an article about Native File Services in vSAN 7.0. I had a few questions asking why we decided on NFS support in this initial release, and not something like SMB or some other protocol. The reason is quite straight-forward. We are positioning vSAN as a platform for both traditional virtual machine workloads and newer containerized workloads. We chose NFS to address a storage requirement in Kubernetes, namely a way to share…Read More


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Delivering Kubernetes at Cloud Scale with…

Delivering Kubernetes at Cloud Scale with…

Introduction In part 1 of this blog, we explored the business value delivered in VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) 4.0 with a focus on how vSphere with Kubernetes brings new levels of developer and admin productivity. Part 2 of this series provides a technical overview of Tanzu Kubernetes Grid (TKG) integrated into vSphere 7 and surfaced The post Delivering Kubernetes at Cloud Scale with VMware Cloud Foundation 4 (Part 2) appeared first on Cloud Foundation.


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