VMware vSphere Data Protection

With VMware vSphere 5.1 VMware is releasing a new backup and recovery solution for virtual machines called vSphere Data Protection (VDP). This solution is fully integrated with VMware vCenter Server and provides agentless, disk-based backup of virtual machines to deduplicated storage.

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Nawatt has been developing Internet of Things (IoT) devices and platforms since 2008. The company built solutions for the gas fields of Alberta, highways of Oklahoma, hotels of Saudi Arabia and for the European Space Agency's Mars Mission.

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The Most Complete and Integrated Virtualization - White Paper

whitePaper | November 14, 2019

Information Technology (IT) needs are evolving rapidly as datacenters transform into service centers that deliver applications on demand and respond to changing customer requirements with speed and agility. With users demanding access to applications and services 24x7, service-level agreements have become stringent. In addition, cloud computing is gaining in popularity and taking a foothold in datacenters, reflecting user needs to get services at any time.

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Tanzu Standard with VMware Cloud on Dell EMC

whitePaper | January 26, 2022

VMware Cloud on Dell EMC combines the simplicity and agility of the public cloud with the security and control of on-premises infrastructure delivered as a service to data center and edge locations. It is built upon on the latest VMware software-defined data center suite, including industry-leading compute, storage, and network virtualization that is optimized for Dell EMC VxRail hyperconverged infrastructure. It’s quick and easy to procure and delivers a cloud-style consumption model for a range of use cases.

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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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Dell EMC Unity XT: Introduction to the Platform

whitePaper | January 5, 2020

This white paper provides an overview of the Dell EMC Unity™ XT platform hardware and includes information about virtual deployments of Dell EMC Unity storage. Models covered include Dell EMC Unity 380/F, 480/F, 680/F, and 880F systems. This document also describes purpose-built Dell EMC Unity XT systems and compares the similarities and differences between All-Flash and Hybrid variants.

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Network as a programmable service

whitePaper | November 10, 2021

Over the past decade, the cloud has become integral to nearly every digital and business transformation strategy, allowing clients to access the latest technologies, such as IoT, high-performance computing, and blockchain from multiple vendors to reimagine business processes and ecosystems. However, the network and the inter-connectivity across physical infrastructure, virtual infrastructure, and “as-a-service” ingestion points hinder or block broad cloud adoption across the enterprise. Traditional networking approaches make it difficult to keep pace with change and take advantage of new and differentiating technology. Today’s leading network service providers are virtualizing the network, separating the proprietary network appliance functions into discrete hardware and software components. This enables networks to achieve the same benefits already realized with the virtualization and software-defined enablement of systems and storage. The virtualization of the network is recognized as Network Function Virtualization (NFV) and Virtualized Network Functions (VNF).

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Dell EMC Unity: Dynamic Pools

whitePaper | November 6, 2019

The Dell EMC™ Unity product line is a simple, easy-to-use, and intelligent storage system which helps meet the needs of IT professionals in large or small companies. The systems are designed with flash in mind and leverage the latest cloud-based data management, efficiency, rich data services, and mobility technologies. The Dell EMC Unity product line comes in a variety of deployment models from purpose-built all-flash or hybrid configurations to converged infrastructure and even virtual storage appliances.

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