What’s the next enterprise holy grail everyone is racing to? Multi-Cloud. Multi-Cloud right now is a huge focus for many big tech providers. NetApp, Veeam, Juniper, VMware, IBM, Microsoft, to name just a few. Paul Stringfellow breaks down why multi-cloud is so important to these players, and what are the major challenges.
Luigi Danakos looks at how VMware’s Virtual Cloud Network can create policies that have actionable insights, but more importantly are easily configured and rolled out across the organization. This kind of flexibility is vital to achieve data segregation and peace of mind.
VMware announced their Virtual Cloud Network at Dell Technologies World. In this post, Jon Klaus looks at how Virtual Cloud Network can speed up deployments, as well as make public and private clouds communicate securely.
Sonia Cuff outlines how VMware’s NSX SD-WAN can look like networking magic. She looks at how it can simplify an organization’s network security and Cloud migration efforts.
VMware recognizes the challenge in bridging software-defined domains into a cohesive unit and has started to build out a portfolio of software-defined products that work seamlessly together. Jordan Martin takes a look at why their Virtual Cloud Network fulfills the original promise of software-defined networking.
This week at Dell Technologies World, VMware announced their Virtual Cloud Network portfolio of products. They are charting a path to transform, organize, simplify, and automate technology services from the datacenter, to the cloud, and out to the edge with NSX, NSX SD-WAN by VeloCloud, and NSX Cloud.
It seems like seeing Booth Babes at shows should be a relic of a Mad Men past. Something we look back at in dejected wonderment, that seems so incongruous with modernity that it must have come from another world entirely. At least, as someone who doesn’t go to many industry shows, that was my assumption.
For this week’s IT Origins interview, we spoke with Nick Bowie, a Senior Technical Account Manager with VMware. Make sure to checkout how he’s seen IT change since the 90s, why he’s throwing Australia shade, and the power of Quake LAN parties in an IT career.
In this edition of Gestalt News:
– we generate new IT slogans using machine learning
– Matt Leib sits down for the IT Origins interview
– the Gestalt IT Rundown discuss the chip market crunch, Samsung surpassing Intel, and what a potential Dell EMC – VMware merger does
Rich Stroffolino and guest co-host Tom Merritt discuss the IT news of the week. This week, they dig into the ever consolidating chip market, the potential Dell EMC – VMware merger, Microsoft’s serverless ambitions, and Samsung surpassing Intel in semiconductor revenue.