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The Truth About Virtual Machines In The Cloud

While Cloud Computing is easily one of the biggest trends in the information technology industry today, it can be intimidating for those investigating it for the first time, especially when it comes to the beloved workloads they are looking to possibly move to the cloud. Today we are going to focus on an important aspect …

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The First Year of Innovation With VMware Cloud on AWS

VMware Cloud on AWS was fist announced at VMworld 2017. At VMworld 2018, VMware Cloud on AWS celebrated its first birthday with a slew of enhancements and features, not to mention the near constant updates that have happened over its first year of existence. If I could some up the first year of VMware Cloud …

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The Simple Reason Why Site Recovery Manager for VMware Cloud on AWS Changes The Game

At VMworld 2017, VMware announced the availability of VMware Cloud on AWS. If that wasn’t enough, a new VMware Cloud on AWS feature was announced at the AWS re:Invent 2017 conference in Las Vegas. The reason why VMware Site Recovery Manager (also known as SRM) changes the VMware Cloud on AWS game is quite simple. …

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Interactive Security Learning on AWS by Finding flAWS

Learning about security is something that is, or should be, on everyone’s todo list. As we look to the public cloud for new ways to deploy and manage infrastructure, we also have to look at how new security models and procedures have to come along with it. An interesting way to make this easier and …

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#VMworld 2017 – The AWS Era Has Begun with VMware Cloud on AWS

One of the most exciting annoucments at VMworld 2017 on Monday morning was the availability of VMware Cloud on AWS. So what do I get with VMware Cloud on AWS anyway? Each host features: 2 CPUs with 36 cores (and hyperthreading) 512 GB of RAM 14 TB of local flash storage Minimum of 4 host …

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The Types of Availability in the AWS Cloud (and Why They Matter)

Moving to the cloud means organizations no longer need to manage as much infrastructure as they did before. While they do need to manage workloads and applications, they are out of the day to day operational game of managing things like compute, network, and storage hardware when they move to the cloud. However, this doesn’t …

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