Today VMware made available its Developer Ready Infrastructure VMware Validated Solution (VVS). This differs from a VMware Validated Design (VVD) that many of you may be familiar with. I would almost a day two type of document. Since you already deployed the technology stack, you are now looking for ways to build on the VVD with the VVS.
The VMware Cloud Ready Framework has been updated. Of the five VMware pillars in the framework the Plan pillar has seen the first update. You can find the content in the new VMware Cloud Tech Zone website. Expect further updates throughout the year.
Some good news today as VMware has released VMware Cloud Foundation 4.3. I know many folks who are running 4x and are keen on some of the updates in this release. Let's see whats new.
A recent study by Principled Technologies has shown that you can get greater Kubernetes pod density on VMware with Tanzu than with bare metal Kubernetes with Ubuntu Linux. Including comparable and sometimes better performance.
Project Monterey early access is a great way to validate your uses cases, whether you care considering a greenfield or brownfield deployment. Working with VMware and hardware partners you can get instant answers, support and architecture design recommendations.