Accelerate and Simplify Cloud Migration with VMware Hybrid Cloud Extension (HCX)

As companies move to the public cloud to leverage modern, cloud-based infrastructures, the discussion often turns to “How do we get there?” For some companies, this single migration question can create an insurmountable roadblock that either keeps them from moving to the cloud or severely delays their migration.
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5 ways to improve onboarding with VR

With hiring goals at the top of every company’s priority list, it has never been more critical to have a world-class onboarding experience. New hires need to be engaged right from the start so that they’ll learn quickly and perform at a high level. Through dozens of VR platform implementations with companies like Sprouts, Verizon, and Walmart, Strivr has found that engagement and performance are at their peak when Virtual Reality is part of the onboarding process. Watch the on-demand webinar for an interactive discussion where we’ll share the five ways that you can quickly reshape your onboarding experience with a VR platform. These recommendations come from our work with the most successful companies, who have boosted usage rates, trained faster, improved skill proficiency, and scaled company culture with the added element of immersive learning.
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Migrating your virtualization workloads to an OpenStack based infrastructure

Broadcom is acquiring VMware. Now what? If your infrastructure runs on VMware, you need to answer that question. And for many, or even most companies, the answer is to find a “Plan B” for their virtualized workloads and private-cloud infrastructure. Maybe you plan to eventually migrate to a fully cloud native architecture on a public or hybrid cloud, but right now you have lots of traditional workloads you're not sure you can refactor as cloud-native applications -- at least right away.
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How VMware NSX fits into VCF and the common reasons for adoption

NSX-T can enhance and simplify the data centre environment with network virtualisation, as well as deliver immediate benefits to the business workload level to prevent the lateral spread of threats, and, due to its true cloud hybridity, security rules follow applications and workloads even across multi-cloud environments.
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5G and SDN Laying the Software-Defined Foundations for 5G Networks

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5G and the applications it enables, including IoT, requires a significant upgrade and overhaul of carrier infrastructure beyond the radio networks (RAN). To support the diversity of applications, explosion in number and types of devices, capacity and scale of traffic, CSPs (communications service providers) are turning to adoption of data center innovation adapted and re-developed for telco networks. Virtualization, software-defined controls, distributed computing technologies in the form of NFV, SDN and MEC play key roles in the new telco infrastructure. One of the key technologies is SDN, which is important to creating flexibility in the network to support 5G constructs such as network slicing. SDN’s centralized management and distributed controls over complex software-defined networks across the mobile infrastructure is also a key element in 5G scalability.
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