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Zerto 8.0 launched with strategic partners Google and VMware

Source:-itbrief.co.nz Zerto has released Zerto 8.0 for disaster recovery, data protection and mobility for hybrid and multi-cloud environments with strategic partners. Significantly, Zerto 8.0 brings integration with Google Cloud, and extended integration with Azure, AWS public cloud platforms and VMware. The release provides new support for Google Cloud with Continuous Data Protection (CDP) technology for Google Cloud’s VMware-as-a-Service offering. According to the company, Zerto 8.0 will support VMware on Google Cloud, enabling users to protect and migrate native VMware workloads

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Delta Risk Announces Enhanced Integration with VMware Carbon Black

Source:-businesswire.com SAN ANTONIO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Delta Risk, a leading provider of SOC-as-a-Service and security services, announced today that it has expanded its partnership with VMware Carbon Black, a leader in cloud-delivered, next-generation endpoint security. The partnership includes fully integrated managed detection, response, threat hunting, and monitoring capabilities via Delta Risk’s ActiveEye security platform for customers using VMware Carbon Black solutions, providing improved endpoint visibility for organizations of all sizes. Delta Risk has made significant enhancements this year leveraging VMware Carbon Black Cloud

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Server for Virtualization Market 2019 SWOT Analysis by Players: VMware, Microsoft, Oracle

Source:-nysenewstimes.com Server for Virtualization Market report 2019 is developed after comprehensive analysis of various significant market factors such as market size, market trends, market opportunities, and market challenges. Server for Virtualization Market report 2019 contains strategically vital data like compounded annual growth rate, working capital, enterprise value & book value of leading industry players. Various stakeholders and business decision makers such as CEOs, investors, vendors, research & media, global managers, presidents and directors believe that these types of information help

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Risk-on VMware Stock Isn’t The Play For Coronavirus Markets

Source:-investorplace.com If coronavirus pains continue, VMW is not well positioned Looking at the fallout of virtualization and cloud-computing service provider VMware (NYSE:VMW) from afar — and without any skin in the game — I believe its shares are suffering from poor timing. With IBM in Its Sights, VMWare Stock Has a Great Year Ahead Source: Sundry Photography / Shutterstock.com In recent years, the company has been emphasizing virtualization less and cloud computing more. Under ordinary circumstances, Wall Street may have

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VMware amps up its cloud and data-center security

Source:-networkworld.com Upgrades to VMware security software rely on technology it bought with the purchase of Carbon Black, Avi Networks, Cloud Coreo and CloudHealth. VMware this week further integrated and added new features to its security software in an effort to bring unified protection to resources in data centers, and private clouds and public clouds. The company rolled out three new offerings: VMware Advanced Security for Cloud Foundation – an integrated package of VMware Carbon Black technology, NSX Advanced Load Balancer

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Top 10 VM backup tools for VMware and Hyper-V

Source:-searchservervirtualization.techtarget.com Admins who rely on VMware and Hyper-V workloads might have trouble choosing the right backup tool for their VMs. Admins can use this article to better inform their purchasing decisions. When it comes to VM backups, administrators’ biggest challenge might be deciding between different backup products, such as Veeam’s Backup and Replication, Altaro’s VM Backup and Cohesity’s DataProtect. Admins must understand the benefits and use cases of VM backup tools, such as instant recovery capabilities and public cloud support,

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VMware Cloud Foundation Gets Security Breakthrough At RSA

Source:-crn.com VMware’s popular VMware Cloud Foundation is receiving a major shot in the arm with new security capabilities from Carbon Black and NSX as the virtualization star continues its march to make security intrinsic in all its products. At RSA 2020 conference on Tuesday, VMware unveiled that VMware Cloud Foundation – which includes offers such as VMware Cloud on AWS and VMware Cloud on Dell EMC – has been injected with Carbon Black’s workload protection Real-time Workload Audit/Remediation technology as

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Why VMware Bought the Network Monitoring Startup Nyansa

Source:-datacenterknowledge.com VMware’s recent acquisition of AI-powered network analytics startup Nyansa strengthens its network monitoring and management capabilities, but the startup’s technology also beefs up VMware’s broader, strategic efforts to help customers automate IT operations, analysts say. VMware said it was buying Nyansa in January. The Palo Alto, California-based startup is behind Voyance, a cloud-based network analytics system that provides network visibility and, using machine learning, detects problems and anomalies and recommends potential fixes to improve network and application performance. Related:

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VMware Details its Tanzu/Kubernetes Strategy After Pivotal Merger

Source:-infoq.com After acquiring Pivotal at the end of last year, VMware has detailed in a recent webinar how it will go about fulfilling its strategy aimed to help customers build their apps, run them using Kubernetes, and manage them from a single control plane. When VMware announced its intention to acquire the Kubernetes-centered cloud platform and service provider Pivotal in August 2019, VMware had just introduced its VMware Tanzu strategy. While VMware clarified from the outset that Pivotal was going

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Will VMware’s New License Fees Trigger Rush to the Cloud?

Source:-it.toolbox.com With chip makers packing more processing power into CPUs, a leading maker of virtualization software is overhauling its prices significantly to reflect the development. Will VMware’s new fees push enterprise users into the cloud? It’s a reckoning that IT executives will be forced to consider come April. That’s when the company’s new fee structure kicks in for hypervisor products that run multiple operating systems on a single piece of silicon. Some multinationals could face significant price increases under the

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