Entries by Jeffrey Kusters

VMware Cloud on AWS

A fully managed VMware SDDC stack running in AWS data centers Although announced last week before VMworld Europe 2016, one of the biggest topics in Barcelona is without a doubt the major partnership between VMware and Amazon which resulted in the announcement of VMware Cloud on AWS (VMC). VMC is a fully managed service delivering […]

VMware announces vSphere 6.5 at VMworld Europe 2016

VMware announces vSphere 6.5 at VMworld Europe Today, VMware announced vSphere 6.5 at VMworld Europe in Barcelona. This new version builds on the foundation of previous vSphere versions and contains some big enhancements to core vSphere features. HTML5-based vSphere Client Perhaps one of the most anticipated features is the new HTML5-based vSphere Client. This new […]

VMware going all-in on Hybrid Cloud with Cross-Cloud Architecture

Hybrid Cloud ambitions Hybrid Cloud computing popularity is growing at enormous pace. Enterprises are reaping the benefits of hybrid cloud and all major cloud providers are aiming  to deliver a  unified, enterprise ready hybrid cloud experience to their customers. Microsoft is putting its money on Azure Stack, Amazon is focussing more and more on delivering […]

Cross-Cloud vMotion

Over the years, many technological developments have revolutionized the market. One of these developments was vMotion: being able to perform a fully automated and live migration of a virtual server to another physical server without any downtime. Nowadays, this is considered a common technology in all data centers, but at the time this was ground-breaking […]

vCloud Air key announcements at VMworld 2015

vCloud Air was introduced by VMware in 2013 by VMware – initially under the name vCloud Hybrid Service (vCHS) – as a public cloud IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service). After two years of development and improvement, VMware is, in my opinion, successful in putting their public cloud distinctively in the market. vCloud Air focuses primarily […]