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VMware Announces Cloud Management Updates for Next Year

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VMware markets vRealize Operations as a tool to automatically optimize your workload according to any of several profiles as well as helping with planning and scaling hybrid clouds. VMware has several new features planned for the 7.5 update due next year. Foremost VMware is looking to add performance optimization of VMware vSAN clusters via workload rebalancing that is resync-, slack space- and Storage Policy Based Management aware. Additionally, the platform will introduce placement optimization for vSAN workloads using storage intent definition. To help customers reduce costs, 7.5 will add allocation-based capacity management alongside existing demand-based modeling. VMware will also be including a number of new cost comparison scenarios including head-to-head comparisons of in-house vSphere clouds vs. VMware cloud on AWS, AWS, Azure, Google Cloud, IBM Cloud, and other VMware Cloud Provider Program partner clouds. Further risk management enhancements come in the form of the planned introduction of integrated compliance and automated drift remediation capabilities for VMware vSphere. Customers will be able to measure vSphere compliance stature against critical public standards, extend into custom compliance standards as well as automate configuration management with OOTB workflows and vRealize Orchestrator integration. Finally, the 7.5 update will also add Telegraf agent-based application and OS monitoring with agent lifecycle management and out-of-the-box application troubleshooting dashboard.




VMware Announces Cloud Management Updates for Next Year


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