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VMware Offers Cloud Freedom and Control With Cross-Cloud Architecture on First Day of #VMworld

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VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger Takes the Stage and Unveils Company’s Extensive Cloud Strategy; Technology Preview of Cross Cloud Services Impress Attendees Today at VMworld® 2016, VMware, Inc. (NYSE: VMW) announced it has made huge strides in helping customers transform into digital businesses. The company’s Cross-Cloud Architecture™ will help make private clouds easy and deliver cloud […]

VMware Unveils New Cross-Cloud Architecture to Give Customers Cloud Freedom and Control

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VMware Cloud Foundation(TM) Makes It Easy to Manage and Run SDDC Clouds; New Cross-Cloud Services(TM) Will Enable Customers to Manage, Govern, and Secure Applications Running Across Public Clouds, Including AWS, Azure and IBM Cloud Today at VMworld 2016, VMware, Inc. (NYSE: VMW) today announced the extension of the company’s hybrid cloud strategy with the new […]

Three Ways to get your own Private AWS Cloud

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This will sound a bit odd coming from one of the world’s leading providers of infrastructure hardware, but we believe every company can benefit from the public cloud. Whether those benefits are costs, agility or speed to market depends on why and how you use the public cloud. At HPE, we help customers adopt public […]

Amazon Releases Inspector for Windows – Automated Security Assessment Service

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Amazon Inspector is an automated security assessment service that helps improve the security of Amazon EC2 operating systems and the applications deployed on them. Amazon Inspector enables customers to assess environments for vulnerabilities or deviations from best practices. After performing an assessment, Amazon Inspector produces a detailed list of security findings prioritized by level of […]

HPE StormRunner Load website load testing software now available in AWS Marketplace

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise StormRunner Load website load testing software is now available in Amazon Web Services Marketplace (AWS Marketplace). This software  joins AppPulse Mobile and AppPulse Trace in HPE’s portfolio of tools for developers building mobile applications on the AWS Cloud.  View the AWS Marketplace HPE StormRunner Load product detail page to learn more. HPE […]

Amazon WorkSpaces Update – Hourly Usage and Expanded Root Volume

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In my recent post, I Love My Amazon WorkSpace, I shared the story of how I became a full-time user and big fan of Amazon WorkSpaces. Since writing the post I have heard similar sentiments from several other AWS customers. Today I would like to tell you about some new and recent developments that will […]

Amazon WorkSpaces now offers hourly pricing for all Amazon WorkSpaces bundles

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To make hourly billing possible, Amazon WorkSpaces now operates in two running modes – AutoStop and AlwaysOn. The AutoStop running mode allows you to pay for your Amazon WorkSpaces by the hour. Using the AutoStop running mode, your Amazon WorkSpaces will stop after a specified period of inactivity, and the state of apps and data […]

Leading Organizations Use VMware vRealize Suite as Foundation for Multi-Cloud Management and IT Automation

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VMware vRealize Suite Enables Businesses From Any Industry to Seamlessly Scale Across the Public and Private Cloud and Streamline IT Processes, Allowing Businesses to Transition From Operational to Innovative VMware, Inc. (NYSE: VMW) today announced that California Natural Resources Agency, Fannie Mae and IHS Markit are among the thousands of customers that have adopted the […]

Amazon EC2 Container Service Now Supports Networking Modes and Memory Reservation

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Docker networks provide isolation for your containers. It is important to have control over the networks your applications run on. With Amazon ECS, you can now specify an optional networking mode for your containers that cater towards different use cases: Bridge. This is the default option and it works by “bridging” from a container’s internal […]

Digging into Mesosphere DC/OS – Part 2

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Now that we have had a brief overview of DC/OS from our first post, it’s time to do a little practical work and put things into context a bit. The best way for us to take that step is to spin up a quick environment.  There is no doubt that this can be quick, especially […]

The Journey Towards Autonomic Computing:  Private Clouds Begin to Land

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It’s been fun documenting some of the highlights of our journey.  As we last saw, AWS set the standard for the way to consume services in the true cloud style. We were now aware of what would become the standard of measurement for a cloud architecture by the NIST definition of features to define cloud […]

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