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VMware vSphere & VMware vSphere+ Compute Virtualization

July 12, 2022

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vSphere+ is the multi-cloud workload platform that brings the benefits of cloud to onpremises workloads. vSphere+ combines industry-leading virtualization technology, an enterprise-ready Kubernetes environment, and high-value cloud services to transform existing on-prem deployments into SaaS-enabled infrastructure that centralizes management, supercharges productivity, and accelerates innovation. With vSphere+, IT admins and developers can easily build, run, manage, protect, and secure their traditional and next-gen applications. vSphere+ can be purchased through a flexible subscription plan that better aligns with the business.

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Onapsis Inc.

As the leading experts in SAP and Oracle cyber-security, Onapsis enables security and audit teams to have visibility, confidence and control of advanced threats, cyber-risks and compliance gaps that exist within their enterprise applications.

OTHER WHITEPAPERS
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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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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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Virtualized RAN Challenges Debunked

whitePaper | January 17, 2020

Mobile network operators (MNOs) are now considering ways to take advantage of the benefits that Virtualized RAN (vRAN) can deliver. vRAN gives MNOs greater network availability and better deployment flexibility using pooled, centralized resources that are operating on standardized commercially available hardware. The virtualized functions that provide the network’s baseband processing in vRANs also lower CAPEX and OPEX by reducing cell site real-estate space and the power needs of the equipment that no longer resides on-site.

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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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IPsec VPN User Guide

whitePaper | September 15, 2022

For each VPN tunnel, both AH and ESP tunnel sessions are installed on Services Processing Units (SPUs) and the control plane. Tunnel sessions are updated with the 7 protocol on is completed. For SRX5400, SRX5600, and SRX5800 devices, tunnel sessions on anchor SPUs are updated with the protocol while non-anchor SPUs retain ESP and AH tunnel sessions. ESP and AH tunnel sessions are displayed in the outputs.

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Dell EMC VxRail vSAN Stretched-Cluster Planning Guide

whitePaper | November 20, 2019

vCenter Server is the centralized platform for managing a VMware environment. It is the primary point of management for both server virtualization and vSAN and is the enabling technology for advanced capabilities such as vMotion, Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS) and HA. vCenter scales to enterprise levels where a single vCenter can support up to 1000 hosts (VxRail nodes) and 10,000 virtual machines. vCenter supports a logical hierarchy of datacenters, clusters, and hosts, which allow resources to be segregated by use cases or lines of business and allow resources to be moved as needed dynamically. This is all done from a single interface.

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