The Impact of Virtualization on Cloud Networking

The adoption of virtualization in data centers creates the need for a new class of networking designed to support elastic resource allocation, increasingly mobile workloads, and maximum availability under production loads. Building a network that spans both physical servers and virtual machines with consistent capabilities requires a new architecture for designing and building the IT infrastructure. Performance, elasticity, and logical addressing structures must be considered, as well as the management of the physical and virtual networking infrastructure. Once deployed, a network that is virtualization-ready can offer many performance and productivity advantages over a common shared infrastructure.

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VMware vSphere with Operations Managementand VMware vSphere

whitePaper | May 25, 2022

vSphere with Operations Management offers the most trusted virtualization platform with critical operational enhancements in performance monitoring and capacity management. It is designed for businesses of all sizes to run applications at high service levels and maximize hardware savings through higher capacity utilization and consolidation ratios. IT can gain visibility into virtual environments, proactively identify and remediate emerging performance issues, and optimize resource utilization through a unified console. On average, customers see tremendous benefits beyond using vSphere alone: 36 percent reduction in application downtime, 30 percent increase in hardware savings, and 26 percent decrease in time spent on troubleshooting issues1 .

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Data Center Modernization with VMware Cloud on AWS™

whitePaper | March 10, 2020

The last few years have been an exciting time at VMware. In case you’ve been trapped in a cave trying to recreate Marvel’s Iron Man movie, I’ll first provide an overview of VMware Cloud on AWSTM and the VMware strategy.This strategy has aligned both of these “tech giants” with common technical and commercial goals and has opened up a world of new possibilities to both Amazon Web Services (AWS), VMware, and, most importantly, customers and partners

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HPE SimpliVity Data Virtualization Platform technical white paper

whitePaper | January 10, 2020

When it comes to data center modernization, companies are struggling to make decisions about infrastructure and services to be more competitive and agile, reduce costs, and minimize risk. As trends such as virtualization, data center modernization, and software-defined everything take hold, it’s imperative to understand the new approaches to data center infrastructure and data architecture that drive the efficiencies required by customers.

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SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications 12 SP4

whitePaper | January 2, 2020

SUSE® Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications is the reference platform for the software development of SAP. It is optimized for SAP applications. This guide provides detailed information about installing and customizing SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications.

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VMware Workspace ONE Design Handbook

whitePaper | March 22, 2022

Smartphones and mobile device management (MDM) tools such as VMware Workspace ONE® (formerly AirWatch) changed everything when it comes to end-user computing, and more specifically, how companies interact with their customers. With widespread adoption of intelligent mobile devices in the early 2010s, consumers’ preferences changed forever. More specifically, iPhone and Android devices provided a platform to streamline everyday tasks like never before.

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Virtualized Velocity in Financial Services

whitePaper | April 20, 2022

The financial services industry is rapidly changing and investment firms, banks and digital payment processors are all looking to differentiate and be a cut above of their competition by offering unique value or services – and that differentiation is often powered by technology. Technology is so critical because of the massive amount of data being generated every day, in addition to the influx of data projected in the future. This is forcing firms to determine how to get more out of their current infrastructure and future-proof their technology portfolio with the right combination of hardware and software.

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