Serverless, FaaS, and Cloud Services on…

Serverless, FaaS, and Cloud Services on vSphere?!!! Yes! #vmwaretam #vsphere #vmware

Serverless, FaaS, and Cloud Services on…

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 to their customers and business. Serverless provides a very simple development model where you can write and execute functions without having to worry about code to compile or underlying infrastructure. Much of the intelligence and automation that occurs with the Amazon Echo is backed by serverless functions. The Echo alone has led to millions of serverless functions that execute on the AWS cloud today.


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Boost your career with an NSX certification…

Make your journey to the software-defined data center a reality with expert NSX training from VMware! #vmwaretam

Boost your career with an NSX certification…

VMware NSX™ is the network virtualization and security platform for the software-defined data center. NSX brings virtualization to your existing network and transforms network operations and economics by delivering a completely new operational model for networking.


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Virtual Volumes: VVol Bindings Explained

Virtual Volumes: VVol Bindings Explained

Virtual Volumes: VVol Bindings Explained

Virtual Volumes change quite a lot of things. One of these is how your storage volumes are actually connected. This change is necessitated for two reasons: Scale. Traditional ESXi SCSI limits how many SCSI devices can be seen at once. 256 in 6.0 and earlier and 512 in 6.5. This is still not enough when … Continue reading Virtual Volumes: VVol Bindings Explained →


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Virtual Volumes: VVol Bindings Explained

Virtual Volumes: VVol Bindings Explained

Virtual Volumes: VVol Bindings Explained

Virtual Volumes change quite a lot of things. One of these is how your storage volumes are actually connected. This change is necessitated for two reasons: Scale. Traditional ESXi SCSI limits how many SCSI devices can be seen at once. 256 in 6.0 and earlier and 512 in 6.5. This is still not enough when … Continue reading Virtual Volumes: VVol Bindings Explained →


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Virtual Volumes: VVol Bindings Explained

Virtual Volumes: VVol Bindings Explained

Virtual Volumes: VVol Bindings Explained

Virtual Volumes change quite a lot of things. One of these is how your storage volumes are actually connected. This change is necessitated for two reasons: Scale. Traditional ESXi SCSI limits how many SCSI devices can be seen at once. 256 in 6.0 and earlier and 512 in 6.5. This is still not enough when … Continue reading Virtual Volumes: VVol Bindings Explained →


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