VMware Unveiled Virtual Cloud Network to Create a Modern Network that Better Supports Current and Future Business Initiatives

VMware | September 30, 2020

VMware Unveiled Virtual Cloud Network to Create a Modern Network that Better Supports Current and Future Business Initiatives
Today at VMworld 2020, VMware, Inc. unveiled Virtual Cloud Network innovations that will help customers create a modern network that better supports current and future business initiatives. With advancements across the VMware networking and security portfolio, customers will be able to more effectively manage the rapid shift to remote work, deliver traditional and modern applications faster and more securely, and reduce the cost and complexity of connecting and protecting the distributed enterprise.

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Demonstrates methods to remove Virtual Cloud Networks using the web console from Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Explains how a dependency from a compute instance prevents removal of a Virtual Cloud Network, how to resolve this dependency, and remove the VCN.

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Demonstrates methods to remove Virtual Cloud Networks using the web console from Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Explains how a dependency from a compute instance prevents removal of a Virtual Cloud Network, how to resolve this dependency, and remove the VCN.

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