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Bring cloud on prem with VMware Cloud on Dell EMC, AWS Outposts

VMware Cloud on Dell EMC and the forthcoming AWS Outposts offer organizations rack-based hybrid cloud products that can extend their public cloud platforms to the data center.

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Optimize Docker images on Windows for better system performance

Multiple layers in a Windows Docker image can cause resource contention. Optimization requires you to limit the number of layers that you use and minimize each layer's size.


VMware Cloud on AWS appeals to SMBs

VMware's cloud platform isn't exclusive to enterprise-level industries; smaller organizations that adopt the platform can realize cloud advantages, such as high availability and flexibility.


Obtain, deploy and manage Oracle VM templates

Oracle VM templates, which come with a guest OS, application software and preset configurations, help admins streamline VM deployment, and they can set them up in just a few steps.

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