AWS Greengrass on VMware vSphere Is Here! Let’s Go!

Today we are pleased to announce the availability of our preview of the AWS Greengrass Core VM Appliance 0.5. This follows our earlier preview announcement and is a major step in allowing cloud services to execute anywhere that data is created or consumed, providing organizations with new ways to accelerate innovation initiatives. VMware vSphere® is […]

Innovation and Corporate Responsibility in Bulgaria: RADIO@Sofia

Diana Stefanova, Managing Site Director EMEA R&D & Strategic Business Development VMware Bulgaria sparks a passionate drive for innovation throughout the year by running various companywide programs culminating in a one-day conference. This year’s edition took place on June 7th and was hosted in the Sofia Tech Park. RADIO@ is a worldwide roadshow of VMware’s […]

How to Enable Compute Accelerators on vSphere 6.5 for Machine Learning and Other HPC Workloads

As our CTO Ray O’Farrell recently mentioned, VMware is committed to helping customers build intelligent infrastructure, which includes the ability to take advantage of Machine Learning within their private and hybrid cloud environments. As part of delivering this vision, the Office of the CTO collaborates with customers and with VMware R&D teams to ensure the […]

Serverless, FaaS, and Cloud Services on vSphere?!!! Yes!

Co-authored by Chris Wolf, VP and CTO of Global Field & Industry, and Mark Peek, Principal Engineer   Serverless computing is becoming increasingly popular to create micro services without needing to worry about how the functions are orchestrated or scaled. This frees developers to think more directly about what is important to them, delivering value […]

Geneve, VXLAN, and Network Virtualization Encapsulations

For as long as we’ve been doing Network Virtualization, there has been debate about how best to encapsulate the data. As we pointed out in an earlier post, it’s entirely reasonable for multiple encapsulations (e.g. VXLAN and STT) to co-exist in a single network. With the recent publication of “Geneve”, a new proposed encapsulation co-authored […]

Globally Consistent Infrastructure-as-Code: Why it Matters

In my Radius post “Dissecting Cloud Architectures – Getting the Best of All Worlds,” I discussed the tradeoffs and use cases for choosing the right architecture for a given application or service. I speak with a lot of IT leaders that want to strategically leverage cloud services when possible, but also want flexibility to deploy […]

Opportunities: VMware Shaping IoT

Ray O’Farrell, Executive Vice President & Chief Technology Officer Over the last few months, we’ve seen many of the large infrastructure and infrastructure-software companies in the world of IoT releasing new products and announcing new partnerships. This is far from surprising. IoT at its core, is around the connectivity of Things, all the way back […]