Oracle’s Top 10 Cloud Predictions 2019

December 1, 2018

Cloud technology and its adoption have been transformative for nearly every business, industry, and product. From running applications that are always-on and available, to limitless infrastructure scalability, today’s enterprise technology norm is defned by these cloud capabilities. We’ve reached a remarkable tipping point, where enterprises are now outpacing consumers in their adoption of emerging technologies—including artifcial intelligence (AI), blockchain, digital assistants, containers, serverless, and the Internet of Things (IoT).

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VMware vRealize Suite and vCloud Suite 2019

whitePaper | January 15, 2020

VMware vRealize® Suite is an enterprise-ready, cloud management platform that the industry’s most complete solution for managing a heterogeneous, hybrid cloud. It proactively addresses health, performance and capacity management of IT services across heterogeneous and hybrid cloud environments to improve efficiency, performance and availability. In addition, IT organizations can address cloud management requirements across Day 1 and Day 2 operations for compute-, storage-, network- and application-level resources across private and public clouds.

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vSAN 2-Node Cluster on VxRail Planning Guide

whitePaper | January 15, 2020

VMware vSAN 2-node cluster is a configuration that is implemented in environments where a minimal configuration is a key requirement. VxRail v4.7.100 was the first release to support the vSAN 2-node cluster with direct-connect configuration. Starting with VxRail v4.7.410, vSAN 2-node cluster with switch configuration is also supported.

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VMware Horizon Cloud Service on Microsoft Azure Security Considerations

whitePaper | January 29, 2020

Horizon Cloud Service on Microsoft Azure is a software service from VMware that enables the delivery and management of virtual desktops and applications on Azure. Horizon Cloud on Microsoft Azure allows you to bring your own existing Azure infrastructure capacity and pair it with the Horizon Cloud Service. Built from the ground up as a cloud-native, multi-tenant solution, Horizon Cloud on Microsoft Azure combines the benefit of consuming desktop and application virtualization as an always up-to-date, software-as-a-service from VMware with the consumption-based infrastructure pricing and extensive global footprint of Azure.

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vSAN ReadyNode

whitePaper | November 27, 2019

The purpose of this document is to provide VMware® vSAN ReadyNode™ configurations from OEM vendors. vSAN ReadyNode™ is a validated server configuration in a tested, certified hardware form factor for vSAN deployment, jointly recommended by the server OEM and VMware. vSAN ReadyNode™ are ideal as hyper-converged building blocks for larger data center environments looking for automation and a need to customize hardware and software configurations.

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How to Reduce Costs When Implementing a VDI Solution

whitePaper | July 5, 2022

The shift to remote work in 2020 was one of the most significant long-term effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, and consequently, the demand for remote and hybrid work options will likely keep growing in 2022 and beyond. It goes to follow that the desire for cost-effective technology solutions that facilitate and enhance remote work will increase as well.

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Virtualization Defined - Eight Different Ways

whitePaper | October 4, 2021

Virtualization as a concept is not new; computational environment virtualization has been around since the first mainframe systems. But recently, the term “virtualization” has become ubiquitous, representing any type of process obfuscation where a process is somehow removed from its physical operating environment. Because of this ambiguity, virtualization can almost be applied to any and all parts of an IT infrastructure. For example, mobile device emulators are a form of virtualization because the hardware platform normally required to run the mobile operating system has been emulated, removing the OS binding from the hardware it was written for. But this is just one example of one type of virtualization; there are many defi nitions of the term “virtualization” fl oating around in the current lexicon, and all (or at least most) of them are correct, which can be quite confusing.

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Our vision is clear We’re revolutionizing reality. The first big step is our Bionic Display, which lets you see VR in human-eye resolution. Not too far down the road, we’ll change computing for good with hardware and software that will let you seamlessly merge virtual, mixed and traditional reality all with the clarity of the human eye.

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