IT Consultant, Chris Williams, examines Kubernetes and containers after participating in the Pure Storage Spotlight Podcast.
News came out this week that Dell is reportedly looking to either spinoff or fully subsume VMware. This comes out of financial pressure the infrastructure giant is feeling, essentially having its remaining businesses seen as undervalued. What would be the impact for Dell in either scenario? Rich Stroffolino discusses which is more likely, and what the implications would be for the IT world.
Dell is reportedly investigating a VMware spinoff, a bill in the US Senate would require tech companies to help break encryption, Intel launched Gen 2 Optane DIMMs, and AWS mitigates the largest DDoS. Rich Stroffolino and Tom Hollingsworth break it all down on this week’s Gestalt IT Rundown.
In his final installment in the post series, Rich Tehrani discusses technological advancements and why we need to look to SD-WAN products, such as VMware SD-WAN by VeloCloud, to complement them. Their solutions provide simplicity, ease of management, and assured application performance, helping organizations to meet current and future challenges.
In his next installment of this series on VMware SD-WAN by VeloCloud, Rich Tehrani explores the importance of SD-WAN during the COVID-19 pandemic. As we self-isolate, Internet connectivity has proven itself to be essential to our work and personal lives, and thankfully, SD-WAN has proven to be an important technology supporting this work-from-home transition. VMware SD-WAN by VeloCloud delivers one of the fastest and easiest ways to set up a home office, reducing provisioning and deployment time from days to hours or minutes.
In his next installment of this series, Rich Tehrani explores why VMware SD-WAN by Velocloud is gaining momentum. VMware SD-WAN DMPO enables application-aware, dynamic per-packet steering, on-demand remediation, and overlay quality of service. DMPO ensures optimal SD-WAN performance for the most demanding applications over any transport (Internet or hybrid) and any destination (on-premises or in the cloud).
Pure Storage Spotlight: Those of us who have been following storage and server architecture are pretty excited about NVMe and various things over fabrics. So far, it’s been a challenge to bring NVMe-oF into the enterprise datacenter. Does the release of vSphere 7 mean that this technology is finally ready for prime time? Follow the discussion and decide for yourself.
In his second post in the series about VMware SD-WAN by VeloCloud, Rich Tehrani discusses how SD-WAN improved much of the technology used by organizations in all industries for decades. Branch offices, company headquarters, and even remote workers can leverage it to enjoy more secure, reliable, and cost-effective communications – all while enabling the organization to digitally transform itself to become more efficient and productive.
The WAN landscape is shifting, primarily due to the widespread adoption of internet reachable cloud services. Rounding out his post series about SD-WAN, technologist Chris Grundemann discusses Gartner’s Critical Capabilities report and how VMware SD-WAN by VeloCloud is critical to your WAN.
In this installment of the VMware SD-WAN by VeloCloud series, Chris Grundemann examines the shifting landscape of the network edge giving you some perspective on why edge matters, how SD-WAN is helping, and what the near future of networking on the edge has to offer.