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How to deploy graphics devices using Hyper-V DDA

Admins can map a VM to a GPU with Hyper-V, but they must first complete a few steps, such as prepare the VM and dismount the PCIe device from the host partition.


Learn to integrate VMs and containers in your data center

The VMs vs. containers debate is popular among admins, but integrations of the two technologies have begun to emerge with the help of tools such as Kata Containers and Virtlet.

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Dockerfile commands for containerizing applications

Admins can use Dockerfiles to containerize their applications and ease deployment. They can implement several commands to help them do so successfully.

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VMware vSphere monitoring ensures system health, performance

Admins can monitor their vSphere environments with tools such as vSphere Web Client and vSphere health service, which provide access to real-time usage information and system health data.

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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.