v11 For Service Providers – Automation with New API and PowerShell Module

When Veeam Backup & Replication v11 went Generally Available on the 24th of February I posted the What’s in it for Service Providers blog. In that post I briefly outlined all the new features and

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How Digital Transformation is Powering VMware’s SaaS Business Growth

How Digital Transformation is Powering VMware’s SaaS Business Growth The post How Digital Transformation is Powering VMware’s SaaS Business Growth appeared first on VMware on VMware Blogs.

v11 For Service Providers – Enhanced Linux File Level Recovery

When Veeam Backup & Replication v11 went Generally Available on the 24th of February I posted the What’s in it for Service Providers blog. In that post I briefly outlined all the new features and

How to Convert Physical Server to Virtual Machine P2V

VMware vCenter Converter is used for converting the physical servers into virtual machine which is also called P2V. In this post we will see on how to convert physical server to virtual machine P2V step

All About the New Cisco UCS X-Series

Recently, Cisco announced the brand new Cisco UCS X-Series.  At a glance, the Cisco UCS X-Series is a huge departure from the traditional Cisco UCS systems we’re used to, or is it?  While at a

Quick Ransomware Recovery with Veeam

I recently had the honor of being ransomware in the cloud, which was not totally unexpected.  After all, one of my greatest complaints about the cloud (you can read more about why I hate the

Enterprise Ready Managed Kubernetes as a Service with Rafay

Though Kubernetes has made significant headways into being accepted as the way forward in terms of how modern applications are developed, deployed and managed, the reality of the ecosystem that exists around containers and cloud

How to Install VMware vCenter Converter

VMware vCenter Converter is a great tool developed by VMware to convert your physical servers into virtual seamlessly. So that you don’t need to perform manual migration of data from physical server to virtual. In

VMware-Go-KCL – a Native Open Source Go Programming Language Library for Amazon Kinesis Data Stream Consumption

This post is co-authored by Connor McKelvey, Tao Jiang, Lavie Tobey, and Thiru Bhat. VMware-Go-KCL is a native open-source Go library for Amazon Kinesis Data Stream (KDS) consumption. It allows developers to program KDS consumers

7 Steps to Improve Your Cloud Security Posture Management

As enterprises continue to rapidly adopt cloud computing, cloud security remains a primary concern. According to Cybersecurity Insiders, 94% of cybersecurity professionals confirm they’re at least moderately concerned about public cloud security, with 69% of

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