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Highlights of New Features and Improvements in…

Highlights of New Features and Improvements in vSphere 7/vSAN 7/NSX-T 3 for High Performance Computing and Machine Learning

Highlights of New Features and Improvements in…

vSphere 7.0 is the biggest release of vSphere in over a decade, with a completely new design to power modernization of both infrastructure and applications. The headline news is that vSphere now support Kubernetes natively, so that you can run VMs and containers on the same platform. In addition, the new release of vSphere 7.0 The post Highlights of New Features and Improvements in vSphere 7/vSAN 7/NSX-T 3 for High Performance Computing and Machine Learning appeared first on Virtualize…Read More


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Better together: #vSphere 7 and #Horizon 7.12…

Better together: #vSphere 7 and #Horizon 7.12 with #Nvidia vGPUs

Better together: #vSphere 7 and #Horizon 7.12…

Current situations accelerate the demand for virtual desktops and a proper virtual desktop infrastructure. I am working for years in the field of the software-defined datacenter and virtual desktops delivered via VMware Horizon. While standard office virtual desktops have become something like a …Read More


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Heads Up – Nested ESXi crashes in ESXi 7.0…

Heads Up – Nested ESXi crashes in ESXi 7.0 running on older CPUs

Heads Up – Nested ESXi crashes in ESXi 7.0…

Thanks to Patrik Kernstock, who works in our Technical Support organization at VMware, for making me aware of an issue related to Nested ESXi running on an ESXi host that has been upgraded to ESXi 7.0. Several folks in the community have noticed after upgrading their Intel NUC 7th Gen and …Read More


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Machine Learning on vSphere: Choosing A Best…

Machine Learning on vSphere: Choosing A Best Method for GPU Deployment with VMs

Machine Learning on vSphere: Choosing A Best…

VMware vSphere has three main methods of setting up GPUs for use in VMs. This article helps you navigate through those methods. It outlines the pros and cons of using each approach so that you can judge how to proceed to best serve the needs of your machine learning user community . The detailed descriptions The post Machine Learning on vSphere: Choosing A Best Method for GPU Deployment with VMs appeared first on Virtualize Applications.


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