Following on from the VMware licence change announcements, detailed here. I thought I’d take a quick look at the accompanying PowerShell module to see what… Read More »Extending – Counting CPU licenses needed under new VMware licensing policy
VMware Cloud on AWS
Data Centre Hybridity VMware Hybrid Cloud Extension Earlier on this year VMware announced Hybrid Cloud Extension (HCX). The release and subsequent detail about the service… Read More »Data Centre Hybridity VMware Hybrid Cloud Extension
Presenter – Martin Hosken
- VMware Cloud Provider Vision and Strategy
- Managed Service Provider and VMware Cloud on AWS
- VMware Cloud on AWS technical deep-dive
- How can MSP consume this model
Having worn both my fingers and my laptop battery down trying to keep up with the previous sessions in the day, I didn’t live blog… Read More »VMware EMPOWER – General Session Day One
VMware EMPOWER – Planning Your Migrations to VMware Cloud on AWS
Session Presenter – Andrea Siviero, VMware Principal Architect
Come and learn how to accelerate cloud migration without complex conversions and run you applications on VMware Cloud on AWSRead More »VMware EMPOWER – Planning Your Migrations to VMware Cloud on AWS
It’s widely acknowledged that to understand the present, and to try and predict the future you must know and understand the past.
The current data centre landscape is a complex place. Virtualisation of compute resources with VMware has been the de facto standard for over a decade. The move to software defined infrastructure has been gathering momentum and VMware’s vision for the software defined data centre (SDDC) looks set to augment vSphere offerings and continue to dominate the private data centre landscape.
So how did we get here? How did we go from that initial wow factor that came from first experiencing VMotion to the VMware SDDC? I think it all comes down to one building block.Read More »Software Defined – How did we get here?