Tag: AWS

BYOIP to VMware Cloud on AWS Partner Network Blog Post Published

I recently authored this AWS Partner Network blog post which describes how to Bring Your Own IPv4 address to VMware Cloud on AWS using AWS Cloud. This was driven by AWS customers wanting to migrate hundreds of legacy applications into VMware Cloud on AWS that have a static public IPv4

BYOIP to VMware Cloud on AWS Reference Architecture Published

I recently authored this AWS Reference Architecture which describes how to Bring Your Own IPv4 address to VMware Cloud on AWS using AWS Cloud. This was driven by AWS customers wanting to migrate hundreds of legacy applications into VMware Cloud on AWS that have a static public IPv4 address constraint.

Nutanix Clusters is Live

Nutanix Clusters on AWS is now live. Formerly known as Xi Clusters, this offering has been talked about for a few years; great to see it has finally arrived. I think the reason for the long incubation period is that Nutanix wanted to get it right. This is a great

Tech101 – Amazon Web Services

As part of my NPX preparation (AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Professional is one of the recommended qualifications) and my RapidMatter GitHub project (will run from AWS), I have been delving into the world of Amazon Web Services.  One statement: “Wow!”  I can see why they are the world leader

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