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VMware Unveils Tanzu Mission Control for Kubernetes Cluster Control

Of all the products that VMware Inc. announced at VMworld this year the one that caught my eye is Tanzu Mission Control (TMC), which is part of the Tanzu portfolio.

5 Big Trends from VMworld 2019

VMware's regular release cadence makes VMworld less of a can't-miss event than it used to be, but that doesn't mean a shortage of major announcements.

VMware Lays Out Plan for Integrating Carbon Black

VMware already has extensive plans for repurposing Carbon Black's technology to improve security in vSphere, Workspace ONE, NSX and other products over the next few years.

Kubernetes Takes Center Stage at VMworld

All the best new product names and code names spoken during the VMworld kickoff keynote had to do with Kubernetes.

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Creating a Storage Gateway for AWS, Part 2: How To Set Up a File Gateway

Brien Posey already showed you how to create Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) endpoints that can be used by your storage gateway to provide on-premises workloads with access to your Amazon Web Services storage resources. In this second part of the series he'll show you how to set up the storage gateway.

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CenturyLink to Offer VMware Cloud on AWS

Ahead of this week's VMworld conference, telecommunications provider CenturyLink pre-emptively announced some VMware news of its own with the unveiling of an upcoming VMware-based private cloud service on the Amazon Web Services.

VMware Widens Availability of Microsoft Azure Service

VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger described plans to expand the VMware-Microsoft cloud offering during his VMworld 2019 keynote on Monday.

Creating a Storage Gateway for AWS: How To Create an Endpoint

Organizations must consider how workloads running on-premises can best access data that's being hosted within the AWS cloud. One way to do that is to create an AWS storage gateway.

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MEF Finalizes SD-WAN Definition Standard

Industry association MEF has completed what it claims to be the first global standard defining a software-defined wide-area network, along with its service attributes.

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Open Source flexiWAN SD-WAN Software Beta Ships

Israeli start-up flexiWAN announced a beta version of its open source, open architecture software-defined wide-area networking (SD-WAN) software is available for download.

Getting Started with Blockchain in AWS

You can use the Amazon Managed Blockchain service in Amazon Web Services to set up your own blockchain network based on Hyperledger Fabric.

MacStadium Introduces macOS Orchestration with Kubernetes on Apple Hardware

Today enterprise-class cloud solutions for Apple Mac infrastructure provider MacStadium Inc. announced a new Docker- and Kubernetes-based virtualization layer for Mac build infrastructure.

VMware Announces Update To VMware HCX Enterprise

VMware Inc. recently updated its enterprise application mobility platform.

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Microsoft and Cisco Collaborate To Make Containerized Apps Easier

Cisco Systems Inc. announced that it's collaborating with Microsoft "to make it easier for customers to rapidly -- and at scale -- deploy and run containerized applications across both Cisco-based on-premises environments and Microsoft Azure."

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Masergy Updates SD-WAN Portal

Software-defined networking specialist Masergy updated its portal for managing software-defined wide-area networking (SD-WAN) and Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) applications.

How To Use Linux for an ESXi iSCSI Server

Tom Fenton walks you through step-by-step to set up an iSCSI target on Ubuntu and how to connect ESXi to iSCSI.

PacketFabric and Pureport Enter into Partnership to Simplify Cloud Connectivity

Today multicloud networking provider Pureport and PacketFabric, a Network-as-a-Service platform provider, announced a partnership that will enable enterprises to use PacketFabric datacenters to access Pureport's Multicloud Fabric platform.

How To Use Linux for an ESXi NFS Server

Tom Fenton explains which Linux distribution to use, how to set up a Network File Share (NFS) server on Linux and connect ESXi to NFS.

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Broadcom's NVMe-oF Storage Adapter to Provide OS Independence for Legacy Servers

Today Broadcom Inc. announced the availability of Glass Creek, its new NVMe over Fabrics (NVMe-oF) storage adapter.

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IBM To Offer Cloud-Native Software on Red Hat OpenShift

IBM Corp. today announced that it has reengineered its software portfolio to now be "cloud-native and optimized to run on Red Hat OpenShift."

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