10 03, 2020

What’s New in vSphere 7 with Kubernetes, VCF 4 and vSAN 7? The Important Bits

By |2020-03-10T13:45:55+00:00March 10th, 2020|vCenter, VMware, VSAN, vShield|0 Comments

There's a lot more to cover for vSphere 7 so in this post, I'll talk about the important bits with regards to vSphere 7 with Kubernetes, VMware Cloud Foundation 4 and vSAN 7. vSphere 7 with Kubernetes If you're involved with VMware products in your day job, you must have heard about Project Pacific a [...]

10 03, 2020

What’s New in vSphere 7? The Important Bits

By |2020-03-10T13:43:23+00:00March 10th, 2020|vCenter, VMware, vSphere|0 Comments

In recent times, organisations have become more aware of the need to develop applications that closely align with their core business and that has been taking priority, rather than the platform that used to be the most important factor in the past. Recognising this trend, VMware has been working towards integrating its portfolio products to [...]

10 03, 2020

What’s New in vRealize Cloud Management 8.1? The Important Bits

By |2020-03-10T12:17:04+00:00March 10th, 2020|vCenter, VMware, vRA, vRealize Log Insight, vRO, vSphere|0 Comments

This post is focussed on the important bits that you need to know about the new announcements by VMware related to the vRealize Cloud Management portfolio. If you've been following recent developments for the VMware platform then you must already know that bulk of the enhancements will be in the areas related to Kubernetes support [...]

22 02, 2018

Cloud Automation: Running Powershell (or other) scripts after reboots

By |2018-02-22T09:58:56+00:00February 22nd, 2018|AWS, Cloud, Virtualization, VMware, vRA, vRO|0 Comments

When it comes to IaaS cloud computing, one of the main requirements is the ability to automate all processes. After all, while the cloud environment can just be another platform to host IaaS machines, you wouldn't like to keep building machines manually. Plus, we all want to follow NIST's definition of cloud computing and it's not [...]

21 09, 2017

Ravello on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure goes GA!

By |2017-09-21T17:59:41+01:00September 21st, 2017|Ravello, Virtualization, VMware, vSphere|1 Comment

A few months back, I reported the return of Ravello with exciting new capabilities in the pipeline. Being a big fan of the technology, I was very excited to know what’s coming and couldn’t wait for its release. Today, I am pleased to say that Oracle is announcing the general availability of Ravello on Oracle [...]

15 09, 2017

VMworld Europe 2017 – Day 2 & 3

By |2017-09-15T21:38:22+01:00September 15th, 2017|VMware, VMworld|1 Comment

I started Day 2 by posting coverage of Day 1 of VMworld and all things of note since after landing in Barcelona. Then there was the run to the venue. Coincidentally, I got the same seat in the keynote as on Day 1 and next to Barry Coombs and Megan Warren. https://twitter.com/AtherBeg/status/907860626831179778 The keynote was [...]

15 09, 2017

Open TechCast: EP7: A Bit of a COO – A quick Conflab with Sanjay Poonen

By |2017-09-15T21:22:42+01:00September 15th, 2017|Open TechCast, VMware, VMworld|0 Comments

I hope you enjoyed our interview with Pat Gelsinger a few days ago. Today, we have another special treat for you. On Day 2 of VMworld Europe 2017, we interviewed Sanjay Poonen, Chief Operating Officer - Customer Operations at VMware. In the interview, we talked to him about life in general but also at VMware [...]