Creative Technologist, Chris Grundemann, shares what he learned during his experience at Future:NET 2019.
Public cloud providers and enterprise IT vendors alike position Kubernetes as the control plane for cloud-native applications. They promise an application environment that will run on any public or private cloud, reducing cloud lock-in and enabling hybrid and multi-cloud designs.
I recently had the pleasure of participating in the Cloud Roundtable discussion hosted during Tech Field Day Extra at VMworld 2019. This discussion included several of my fellow Tech Field Day delegates along with notable representatives from Dell Technologies, VMware, and Intel. What was the purpose of our discussion? To settle the debate around cloud architecture, governance, and multi-cloud, once and for all! While we may not have achieved this goal in the course of one hour, our conversation touched on many important points that are worth consideration.
This week in Gestalt News, we were live from Pure Accelerate for the Gestalt IT Rundown and Joep Piscaer considered the unconscious choice for multi-cloud. Plus articles on stopping security silos, a VMworld Cloud roundtable discussion, the latest on IBM data protection, and more!
At VMworld, I had the honor and privilege to participate in a roundtable discussion with some fellow visionaries of Cloud Architecture and we discussed the past, present, and future of Cloud Architecture and Infrastructure as we know it. This conversation highlighted a bright future for cloud, multi-cloud, security, and containers.
Technologist, Chris Grundemann, reflects on Future:NET 2019, a day packed with amazing networking content and networking opportunities.
The future is bright, and for once, it’s clear and not blurred by the obfuscation and confusion of the network fog! We have really reached an apex in Virtual Infrastructure. We might be on the verge of securing our platforms regardless of where we choose to land our VMs, containers or whatever else we may be running.
Tom Hollingsworth, Ken Nalbone, and Stephen Foskett discuss the news and announcements live from VMworld US 2019! Topics include VMware’s acquisition of Carbon Black and Pivotal, VMware’s partnership with NVIDIA for virtual GPUs, HPE GreenLake on VMware, updates to Workspace One, and Project Pacific!
VMware made so many announcements at VMworld US 2019 that one critical one might have been overlooked: Project Pacific is a new version of vSphere that includes complete native Kubernetes integration. This has massive potential to bring a new era of application classification and cloud-like application management to the datacenter.
Josh Fidel is coming to VMworld Extra, so let’s get to know them!