vSphere 7 with Kubernetes Changes the Game
There has been a fundamental shift in the way we look at our IT infrastructures since the early days of virtualization, especially when consolidation was taking place. […]
Validating Kubernetes YAML for best practice and policies
How can you prevent deployments that don’t follow best practices from reaching the cluster? In this article you will compare six tools to validate Kubernetes YAML files.
Creating stretched networks with NSX-T Federation
After the initial configuration and setup of NSX-T local and global managers ánd setting up layer-3 communication (see previous blogs), we can go for the real new thing of NSX-T 3.0, stretched networking with Federation. We are aiming for the following setup: In order to set this up, we need […]
Enabling Remote Access to Physical Machines using Horizon
With the recent onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are being asked by their companies to work from home as much as possible to minimize the risk of spreading or contracting the disease, which may pose significant logistical issues for some employees. […]
VMware expands cloud services and cloning capabilities with Horizon 8 release
The company also is beta testing new apps that use Bluetooth Low Energy beacons to support social distancing and capacity monitoring in office spaces.
vSpeaking Podcast: Back to Basics: iSCSI
This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we present another Back to Basics episode discussing arguably one the most frequently used storage protocols for VMware vSphere, iSCSI. Pete and John welcome VMware’s Jason Massae, and Pure Storage’s Jacob Hopkinson and Cody Hosterman to walk us through some iSCSI common mistakes, best practices and design considerations. The post vSpeaking Podcast: Back to Basics: iSCSI appeared first on Virtual Blocks.