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VMworld 2015: What We Know So Far -
As the first general keynote is wrapping up here in San Francisco I’ve been trying to keep track of what’s been announced this morning both in the keynote but also by way of the blogsphere. Long story short my take is there isn’t any thing new for the traditional vSphere customer, but if you are ready to start moving some of those workloads to the cloud there is going to be plenty of new things to enable what VMware is calling the hybrid cloud (repeatedly); the ability to support both your legacy apps (you know what we’re actually using) as well the new, shiny cloud native apps your developers are deploying at the speed of light. Please forgive the notes based format found below, but I wanted to get the information out there. Announcements so far: EVO SDDC Manager “Single Pain of Glass for managing all the hardware in your datacenter racks including EVO:Rail for compute, storage Partner networking devices for management, spine and top of rack Rack power distribution Covers vRealize Suite, NSX 6.2, VSAN 6.1, vSphere 6 Is this the EVO:Rack they hinted at last year? http://www.vmware.com/radius/vmworld-2015-the-end-of-the-beginning-lets-go/ Vmware Integrated OpenStack 2 Updates to the Kilo release, enabling features including Expanded language support Multi-region, multi-hypervisor support Load Balancing as a Service Autoscaling vSphere Integrated Containers & Photon Support Enables the truly hybrid cloud, with Photon/Bonneville/ESXi handling life under vCenter and Photon Machine powering your Cloud Native Apps Project SkyScraper; hybrid cloud capabilities for vSphere allowing for extending DC to …