USB Native Driver Fling for ESXi adds support for Multi-Gig (1G/2.5G/5G) Adapter
Today, we have an exciting update to give on our USB Network Native Driver for ESXi Fling which has had two updates since releasing earlier this year and has been extremely well received by the VMware community. As many of you know, I am always on the look out for new and innovative tech that […]
Machine Learning, GPUs and VMware: Sessions, Labs, Workshops and Panels at VMworld Europe, 4th-7th Nov 2019
This page shows all of the breakout sessions, labs and workshops at VMworld Europe, 2019, that deal with machine learning and GPUs on VMware. These are collected here so that you can build your schedule to include these interesting talks, labs and workshops in your schedule. Monday – Workshop and Lab Session Title Date and The post Machine Learning, GPUs and VMware: Sessions, Labs, Workshops and Panels at VMworld Europe, 4th-7th Nov 2019 appeared first on Virtualize Applications.
TGI Kubernetes 091: kpack
**Date change** Joe is out sick on 20 Sept. This has been rescheduled to 27 Sept. Come hang out with Joe Beda as he does a bit of hands on hacking of Kubernetes and related topics. Some of this will be Joe talking about the things he knows. Some of this will be Joe exploring something new with the audience. Come join the fun, ask questions, comment, and participate in the live chat! This week we will be looking at kpack — a Kubernetes native way to build container images with build packs.
Thank you and see you … in Barcelona
Two weeks ago, the Lotto Park in Anderlecht turned VMware green (instead of the usual purple), when our VMware vForum 2019 event took place at this exceptional location. Looking back, we can say without hesitation that vForum Anderlecht was a success. We want to thank all our partners without whom this would not have been […] The post Thank you and see you … in Barcelona appeared first on VMware EMEA Blog.
One of the big announcements at VMworld was a technology preview called Project Pacific. Project Pacific is a re-architecture of vSphere with Kubernetes as its control plane. To a developer, Project Pacific looks like a Kubernetes cluster where they can use Kubernetes declarative syntax to manage cloud resources like virtual machines, disks and networks. To the The post vSpeaking Podcast Ep 129: Project Pacific appeared first on Virtual Blocks.
The Value of Training and Certification at VMworld
According to a customer interviewed in a recent IDC white paper*, “team members who have been through VMware training are much more resourceful and valuable to the organization than those who have not.” With VMworld as VMware’s premier education and training destination for technology professionals, the VMware Education and Certification Team is excited to offer The post The Value of Training and Certification at VMworld appeared first on VMworld Blog.