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An introduction to VMware vRealize Operations Cloud

VMware is set to release a cloud-based management software as a service in 2020, which uses predictive analytics and AI features to optimize, plan and scale VMware-based hybrid clouds.


Compare vCenter Foundation vs. Standard before implementing

VMware's vCenter software comes in two different versions: Foundation and Standard. Both enable SMBs to create hosts and VMs, but Standard offers more features, such as DRS.


RHV 4.3 updates to Cockpit are minor, but beneficial

Cockpit hasn't seen many changes with the latest RHV 4.3 update, but it still provides beneficial capabilities, such as the ability create a VM from a template or migrate a VM to a different host.


Virtualization automation challenges underscore AI usefulness

Automation helps reduce the complexity of virtual systems, but admins might find that adoption challenges and temporary resolutions underscore its usefulness.

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    VMware takes a two-pronged approach to GPU acceleration

    The virtualization giant's recent acquisition of Bitfusion and its close partnership with Nvidia bring GPU virtualization to vSphere.

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    What's new in vSphere?

    VMworld's 'What's new in vSphere?' session at VMworld is a perennial attendee favorite, but the updates were overshadowed by the hubbub around Project Pacific.

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    VMware wants on the Kubernetes bandwagon

    VMware may be late to the Kubernetes party, but its plan to roll native support into vSphere could be a game changer.