Feb 20

VMware Cloud Foundation – Technical Overview Video

See how VMware Cloud Foundation brings together the core SDDC building blocks of compute virtualization (with VMware vSphere), storage virtualization (with VMware vSAN) and network virtualization (with VMware NSX), together with the automation capabilities of the VMware SDDC Manager, into a new unified SDDC platform that provides a vastly simplified SDDC experience

Rating: 5/5

Sep 20

VMware Cloud Foundation – Automated Patching and Upgrades with VCF Lifecycle Management

In this video, we provide an overview on how to use the Cloud Foundation Lifecycle Management feature to upgrade the unified SDDC

Rating: 5/5

Dec 22

Sales 101 – VMware Cloud Foundation Overview

VMware Cloud Foundation is the unified SDDC platform that brings together VMware’s vSphere, vSAN and NSX into a natively integrated stack to deliver enterprise-ready cloud infrastructure for the private and public cloud. In this session, I provide a Sales 101 Overview of VMware’s newly released “Cloud Foundation”. I discuss what it is, the core components of it and what add-on’s are available for it. Cloud Foundation is offered in three options between on-premise and “as-a-Service” offerings.

Rating: 5/5

Dec 16

VMware Cloud on AWS Overview (Technical Preview)

See how the leader in private cloud and the leader in public cloud brought their powerful capabilities together to deliver a truly compelling and differentiated solution.

Rating: 5/5

Dec 16

VMware Cloud on AWS Deeper Dive (Technical Preview)

Dig a little deeper to see how the VMware SDDC stack runs on AWS to provide a consistent operational hybrid model that delivers capacity and services on demand. Includes a look into networking configuration options and the power of elastic DRS (eDRS) and auto remediation.

Rating: 5/5

Dec 05

AWS re:Invent 2016: VMware and AWS Together – VMware Cloud on AWS (ENT317)

VMware CloudTM on AWS brings VMware’s enterprise class Software-Defined Data Center software to Amazon’s public cloud, delivered as an on-demand, elastically scalable, cloud-based VMware sold, operated and supported service for any application and optimized for next-generation, elastic, bare metal AWS infrastructure. This solution enables customers to use a common set of software and tools to manage both their AWS-based and on-premises vSphere resources consistently. Further virtual machines in this environment have seamless access to the broad range of AWS services as well. This session will introduce this exciting new service and examine some of the use cases and benefits of the service. The session will also include a VMware Tech Preview that demonstrates standing up a complete SDDC cluster on AWS and various operations using standard tools like vCenter.

Rating: 5/5

Oct 31

VMware Cloud Foundation – Technical Deep Dive

NOTE: This video is roughly 50 minutes in length so it would be worth blocking out some time to watch it!

Rating: 5/5

Oct 27

VMware Cloud on AWS – Demo

Dr. Matt Wood, AWS GM, Product Strategy and Mark Lohmeyer, VMware VP Products, Demo VMware Cloud on AWS – VMware and Amazon Web Services Partnership Announcement #VMWonAWS

Rating: 5/5

Jun 12

KBTV Webinars: VMware vCloud Air Disaster Recovery

This video is the fifth in a new series of free Webinars that we are releasing in which our Technical Support staff members present on various topics across a wide range of VMware’s product portfolio.

The title for this presentation is “VMware vCloud Air Disaster Recovery” and it goes through some aspects of Disaster Recovery within vCloud Air. Topics that are covered include “Disaster Recovery Architecture”, “Disaster Recovery Additional Features”, “A Disaster Recovery Demonstration”, “Disaster Recovery Use Cases” and “Disaster Recovery Challenges”.

This presentation was originally broadcast live on Thursday 23rd April 2015.

To see the details of upcoming webinars in this series, see the Support Insider Blog post at http://blogs.vmware.com/kb/2015/02/ne…
NOTE: This video is roughly 25 minutes in length so it would be worth blocking out some time to watch it!

Rating: 5/5