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The Modern Network for a Future Ready Business
December 05, 2020
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VMware executives, customers and industry thought leaders for an online event discussing the need for a modern network. They will showcase the Virtual Cloud Network, and highlight VMware's networking, security, and analytics solutions that deliver agility, transparency and simplicity.
Modern Network What and How
December 05, 2020
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VMware has launched its Modern Network framework to enable businesses, and their IT and application development teams, to accelerate adapting to support Modern Apps. The Modern Network framework addresses customer needs to quickly and cost effectively respond to change of quickly deploy, test, and iterate applications. The Virtual Cloud Network embodies the Modern Network framework giving organisations an end-to-end solution to deploy applications in the most efficient way while enabling a great user experience. Powered by the VMware NSX family of products, the Virtual Cloud Network enables the public cloud experience for enterprise workloads running in private and multi-cloud environments
Virtual Cloud Network Event 2020: Modern Network demo
December 05, 2020
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VMware has launched its Modern Network framework to enable businesses, and their IT and application development teams, to accelerate adapting to support Modern Apps. The Modern Network framework addresses customer needs to quickly and cost effectively respond to change of quickly deploy, test, and iterate applications. The Virtual Cloud Network embodies the Modern Network framework giving organisations an end-to-end solution to deploy applications in the most efficient way while enabling a great user experience. Powered by the VMware NSX family of products, the Virtual Cloud Network enables the public cloud experience for enterprise workloads running in private and multi-cloud environments
Deploy Modern Apps on vSphere 7.0 with Kubernetes and NSX-T 3.0
April 27, 2020
In this demo video, you'll see how VMware NSX-T 3.0 handles Kubernetes constructs created in vSphere 7 for Kubernetes.