Last month, VMware announced the transformation of two of our largest revenue-generating products – vSphere+ and vSAN+ – into cloud-connected, subscription-based offerings, delivering the benefits of cloud to on-premises workloads. This is a milestone release of our flagship product and represents the evolution from vSphere as a hypervisor, to vSphere as a modern workload platform. For customers, this is a paradigm shift in how you build, run, manage, and secure apps to drive the next phase of your growth. There are several ways to learn more including a virtual briefing video, technical deep dive blog, and new cloud infrastructure page.
Get ready to map out your journey within the multi-cloud universe. But it’s not just about cloud technology! VMware Explore 2022 US will present topics that address a wide spectrum of customer needs and challenges across 12 unique tracks. Join us at the center of the multi-cloud universe and “favorite” your sessions now, so you’ll be ready to reserve your spot for the US event once our scheduling tool goes live in July.
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This year’s State of Observability report notes an increase in organizations recognizing the business benefits modern observability can bring. Learn about that and other key findings.
Listen to the latest VMware Partnership Perspectives podcast, where Aimee Catalano, Senior Director of Global Partner Marketing at Google Cloud, dives deep into the most pressing problems for our customers and partners, with host Kathleen Tandy, Vice President of Global Partner and Alliances Marketing at VMware. Listen now.
Workspace ONE Access provides access to all types of apps through its unified app catalog. Workspace ONE Access supports internal web applications, SaaS-based web applications (such as Salesforce, Dropbox, Concur, and more), native mobile apps, native Windows and macOS apps, ThinApp packaged applications, Horizon-based applications and desktops, and Citrix-based applications and desktops. Learn more!
See how to configure Workspace ONE Access as a third-party identity provider in Salesforce. In a two-step process, Step 1 provides users with single sign-on access from the Intelligent Hub app or web portal. Step 2 uses Workspace ONE Access to best advantage.
Want to save time? Check out the Workspace ONE Activity Path activity path – it’s the fastest way to learn about Workspace ONE, the digital platform that enables IT professionals to deliver any app on any device, without sacrificing the security and control that you need. Read up on articles, videos, and labs.
Moving to the cloud? Let us help you become the hero of your department via the Horizon Cloud on Microsoft Azure Activity Path. Horizon Cloud on Azure is desktop virtualization service available in Azure Marketplace. You can simplify delivery of on-premises and cloud virtual desktops and applications by connecting your instance of Azure to VMware.
Watch and share the new animated video highlighting Google Cloud VMware Engine, providing the best of Google Cloud and VMware to help customers migrate quickly without changes, modernize their infrastructure, and transform their applications. Find the video at the top of the Google Cloud VMware Engine product page.
VMware Tanzu Mission Control users can now drive clusters via GitOps (built on Flux CD), enabling them to attach a git repository to a cluster and sync YAML artifacts from the repository. Click here for more!
VMware helps complex organizations in heavily regulated industries comply with data residency and security requirements. Today that work expands to India and Canada. Learn more!
The VMware Application Catalog user interface now surfaces through VMware Marketplace, a one-stop shop for first- and third-party solutions, free open-source solutions, and curated open source images.
Read this blog to understand how this rollout help you in your app modernization journey.
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Unlock developer productivity and user experience with a Kubernetes abstraction layer that enables faster, more secure app design, development, and delivery. Join VMware Tanzu for a hands-on workshop that abstracts away the individual components in the DevSecOps toolchain and leverage these techniques in building, testing, verifying, deploying, and operating applications.
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VMware Explore offers the sessions, activities and programs that will guide your journey to multi-cloud:
Digital transformation is resulting in organizations creating modern, multi-cloud container infrastructures and modernize their applications. As applications scale quickly to meet the needs of millions of users in milliseconds, they span multiple containers across multiple hosts. Operating containers in real-time at this magnitude can create massive complexity and observability challenges.
Join this webinar for a demonstration on how VMware Observability provides real-time, automated, full-stack observability to Kubernetes. This provides a complete picture of all the information necessary for increasing performance and improving the stability and resiliency of applications, the Kubernetes components, and the underlying infrastructure.
User-centered design practices revolutionized the way we built software products. We put users at the forefront of our product decision making process allowing us to create products that were not only feasible (met technical needs) and viable (met business needs) but also desirable (met user needs). However, when it comes to building technical products where developers are our users (i.e., APIs), these important lessons are often forgotten.
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Since its general availability in March 2020, VMware Application Catalog has had success with hundreds of customers due to its unique DevSecOps approach that caters to the needs of developers and IT operators alike. It offers a library of prepackaged, validated, production-ready open source images, and this catalog is now available for access through VMware Marketplace – VMware’s one-stop shop for all third party and open-source solutions. Join us live on this webinar with VMware Application Catalog and VMware Marketplace experts to learn what this user interface integration means for your enterprise.
Ops groups cannot give developers what they need when they are limited by traditional service delivery mindsets and tools. Stability and reliability are however now table stakes when you are releasing software daily.
What developers need from Ops is innovation. Traditionally, Ops rarely adopted an innovation-driven, product approach to providing services and instead focused on delivering to specifications and limiting SLAs. As with development however, Ops can create value with continuous operations, by product managing their platforms and releasing frequently.
In this talk we look at how Ops groups are increasingly transforming from a service delivery mindset to a platform-as-a-product approach:
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Your company’s success depends on your team’s ability to operate digital services reliably at scale. To achieve this, businesses are increasingly turning to cloud native technologies, including containers and Kubernetes to deliver flexibility and agility. IT operations are therefore faced with the challenge of delivering containerized infrastructures, across clouds, to enable their development teams to access the building blocks required to rapidly build and deploy applications.
In this session we will discuss the practical approaches to help your team simplify and streamline K8s platform operations:
In our May webinar, “Creating a Platform Team to Support a Modern Application Platform”, we introduced you to what it takes to build a team to support a modern application platform. In this webinar, we continue with a deeper discussion and focus on what you can do to grow and optimize once you have this team. How does the team run, manage, and scale the application platform to maximize business impact? Attend and learn more.
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Do you find managing user personalization and profile settings challenging? Meet VMware Dynamic Environment Manager—the software solution that makes end-user profile management easy! Check out this new guide for configuring the complete authentication flow to store Dynamic Environment Manager user profiles on OneDrive for Business. This tutorial includes videos to demonstrate the process.
What is VMware Workspace ONE Intelligence? It is a cloud service that gathers and correlates data from a variety of sources in your enterprise, performs root-cause analysis and risk assessment, provides insights, analytics, and automation. Together, these capabilities strengthen the security boundary across your entire environment. Learn more!
Do you have trouble setting up and onboarding head-mounted wearable devices? Find out how to use Workspace ONE UEM to securely manage any device—from laptops and smartphones to rugged devices and wearables—from a single console.
VMware is meeting demands of multi-cloud solutions to address resource constraints, application mobility, and flexible architectures via VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid in a public cloud deployment. Click here for more!
Take a closer look at VMware Cloud on AWS with this informative video from the experts.
Check out the brand-new course on TechZone that focuses on Kubernetes concepts for vSphere Administrators. Eric Shanks teaches containers and Kubernetes concepts through short video lectures, and you can use your own VMW on AWS SDDC to follow along with the published labs.