We are excited to announce a number of updates to VMware Skyline. Skyline is VMware’s proactive support service, which identifies potential issues in your environment, and provides recommendations for how to avoid each potential issue, before it occurs. The following updates are made available via a
Legacy hardware-based load balancers don’t meet modern enterprise application delivery requirements in a multi-cloud world. You need a modern software load balancer which separates the data and control plane to deliver application services beyond traditional load balancing solutions. Services such as real-time application analytics, security and monitoring, predictive autoscaling of application traffic, multi-cloud global server load balancing, and end-to-end automation.
VMware Enterprise PKS supports two deployment models with respect to T0 and T1 Gateways since NSX-T version 2.5. Active-Passive T0 Gateway with a dedicated T1 Gateway per Kubernetes namespace. Active-Active T0 Gateway with a dedicated T1 Gateway per Kubernetes cluster (NSX-T v2.5 onwards) In the…Read More
VMware is pleased to announce Skyline Health for vSAN, which unifies two in-product support offerings, vSAN Health and Skyline. Users will experience less downtime due to new, proactive Skyline notifications as well as resolve issues faster from a single source of support.
Currently, I have been involved in a Dell EMC VxRail design & deployment with VMware Cloud Foundation on Dell EMC VxRail. There were some noticeable items that you need to consider when using the Dell EMC VxRail as your hardware layer in combination with VMware NSX-T as a network overlay…Read More