VMware Radius – Stories at the Edge

VMware Radius – Stories at the Edge

VMware Radius has been around for a while but I still believe that there are a number of people out there that do not know that it exists.  Radius delivers news, insights, perspectives and thought leadership articles to everyone. It can be accessed here:  vmware.com/radius/ As an example of the types of article that are on there at the moment, […]

VMware Completes Pivotal Acquisition & Acquisition History

VMware Completes Pivotal Acquisition & Acquisition History

As you may recall a couple of months ago, VMware announced its intent to acquire Pivotal from Dell Technologies.  By including Pivotal into the VMware fold, it opens up new opportunities to have Kubernetes supported natively directly in the vSphere product line among other benefits. On 30th December 2019, a press announcement was released to confirm that the acquisition of […]

Reminiscing About VMworld! – #VMworldMyMark

Reminiscing About VMworld! – #VMworldMyMark

If you are in the IT Industry and have done anything with virtualisation, then you’ll know about VMworld.  This blog post isn’t going to explain what you should bring to VMworld, what to do and what parties to attend… as that will be covered by lots of other people across the world.  This blog post is more about reminiscing about […]

Visiting VMware Headquarters – Palo Alto

Visiting VMware Headquarters – Palo Alto

I’ve been working with VMware products for a long time.  Being based in the UK, I had been to the VMware UK office in Staines and previously Frimley on a few occasions but I had never had the opportunity to make the visit to the VMware Headquarters in Palo Alto… until now. I was recently offered the opportunity to visit […]

vSphere 6.7 Update 1 – Now Available for Download (BAW17)

vSphere 6.7 Update 1 – Now Available for Download (BAW17)

If you haven’t already seen the news, vSphere 6.7 Update 1 is now available for download from the VMware website. As with any VMware upgrade, please confirm that any systems/software that connect to vCenter and ESXi are fully supported on the new version before upgrading.   Blog-a-Week 2018 Posting (BAW): In previous years, I have had periods throughout the year […]

VMware VM with EFI Migration to Microsoft Azure (BAW16)

VMware VM with EFI Migration to Microsoft Azure (BAW16)

This information has been around for a little while and therefore I apologise if you have seen it already. I have been investigating the different ways to migrate virtual machines from a local VMware vSphere environment to Microsoft Azure.  The main concern that I have had is around virtual machines configured with EFI in VMware and being able to get […]