Tag: Virtualization

AI/ML Brain Food – Part 2: What’s on the menu?

Welcome to AI/ML Brain Food Part 2 – What’s on the menu. This second article follows up on the previous part, AI/ML Brain Food – Part 1: Where to Start?  We will take the foundation

DevOps Technology: Everything as Code

Application developers have long known the benefits of maintaining application code and configuration variables in a standardized text format – allowing efficient code sharing, versioning, and reuse. Modern infrastructure tooling has evolved to similarly drive

Oracle Cloud VMware Solution: Providing Enterprises with a Fast Pass to the Cloud

Original blog posted on Feb 1st, 2021 Oracle Cloud VMware Solution eases enterprise cloud migration. Read the latest blog featuring Clay Magouryk, Executive Vice President of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to find out why expediting cloud migration

Why Choose VMware Virtualization for Kubernetes and Containers

Over the past 20+ years, virtualization has become a standard infrastructure building block for hundreds of millions of applications, including those on public cloud. It triumphed because of the powerful abstraction it provides over physical

6 Reasons Why Virtual Hands-On Learning is Here to Stay

The shift to virtual training is gaining pace – and not just because of the pandemic. The ability to deliver hands-on learning to anyone, anywhere, at cloud scale has broad business benefits, as we explore

11th Gen Intel NUC – Which is the best candidate to run ESXi?

Intel has finally announced their 11th Generation NUCs. For the first time, all three product lines are announced at the same time. The NUC series is very popular to be used in homelabs or for

How to Shrink vCenter Server Appliance (vCSA) Disks

After upgrading a vCenter Server Appliance (vCSA) multiple times, it might result in having very large virtual disks. The reason for the growth is, whenever you upgrade the vCenter you have to select a bigger

VMware Cloud Director 10 – Network cannot be deleted, because it is in use

A problem I ran into a couple of times in VMware Cloud Director 10 is that you can’t delete an organization network, despite it is definitely no longer in use by anything. When you try

Deploy Container Service Extension (CSE 3.0) in VMware Cloud Director 10.2

With the release of Cloud Director 10.2, the Container Service Extension 3.0 has been released. With CSE 3.0 you can extend your cloud offering by providing Kubernetes as a Service. Customers can create and manage

Architecting an approach for modernizing apps in multi-cloud world

Wait… I know what you are thinking. Not another blog telling me I need to 12 factor all my apps, microservice everything and move everything to the cloud. At the same time, I should relinquish