VMWARE CLOUD ON AWS FOR NEWBIES

This introductory session is for anyone considering VMware Cloud on AWS, the relatively new cloud platform released by VMware .In this on-demand webinar, expert speakers from VMware and Faction cover high-level business topics, such as dominant use cases, economics and pricing, and purchasing vehicles.
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Re Defining VPN with SASE and a Cloud-First Solution

In this webinar, you will learn about Aryaka’s new fully-managed remote worker offering that leverages a SASE-ready, Cloud-First WAN infrastructure to deliver on the user experience and flexibility required for today’s hybrid workplace. Join us live or on-demand.
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A Deeper Dive Into VMware Workspace ONE AirLift and Windows 10 Co-Management

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The accelerating adoption of Windows 10 is enabling IT teams to take advantage of new modern management of desktops from the cloud that can dramatically reduce IT time and cost. With users off the network more than ever, many PC management tasks such as onboarding, patching and policies, software distribution, and compliance can be streamlined using a cloud-based approach.
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Virtualizing Exadata with Kernel Virtual Machine

Join us for the next session in our Exadata Master Class series where we will look at KVM (Kernel Virtual Machine) and its features and best practices as this being the only virtualization available on X8M. As many customers are new, and still getting used to KVM, we will also touch on differences between OVM vs. KVM and what changes or considerations to plan when moving from other VM platforms
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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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