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Red Hat and VMware announce new reference architecture for OpenShift
The two companies are extending their relationship by working together on a reference architecture.
Apstra fuses intent-based analytics into new OS version
Apstra Operating System (AOS) to include new features such as advanced VMware vSphere connection, as well as intent-based analytics enhancements.
VMware announces Cloud on Dell EMC offering
VMware Cloud on Dell EMC will combine public cloud simplicity, agility and economics with the security, control and performance of on-premises infrastructure.
VMware bolsters Southeast Asia & Korea leadership team
VMware has padded out its Southeast Asia and Korea executive team with three new hires as it builds on strong momentum in the region.
VMware to roll out cloud platform on AWS in Singapore
VMware has selected AsiaPac Distribution as its launch partner for VMware Cloud on Amazon Web Services (AWS) in Singapore.
VMware to help drive the digitisation of the Australian Government
Cenitex is adopting VMware's cloud technology to improve the resilience, reliability and security of its core infrastructure.
AsiaPac to partner in VMware Cloud on AWS launch in Singapore
VMware has revealed AsiaPac Distribution to be its launch partner for VMware Cloud on Amazon Web Services (AWS) in Singapore.
VMware redevelops global partner programme
Partner Connect aims to deliver simplified engagement with VMware based on partners’ business models.
HCI’s surging growth props up global converged systems market
New research from the International Data Corporation (IDC) has found the global converged system market to be in good stead because of one category.
VMware advances hybrid cloud operations and automation
VMware announced advancements across its integrated VMware vRealize cloud management platform.
Sophos welcomes John Donovan as A/NZ managing director
Donovan will be based in Sydney. He brings more than 30 years’ experience in IT to Sophos, including roles at Symantec, as well as VMware and ForgeRock.
VMware & UTS mobilise uni students to work from anywhere
Students can simultaneously and seamlessly access apps and workloads online and on any student device, whether they are on-campus, at home, or wherever they have WiFi – including from overseas or in high-latency connectivity areas.
VMware allures APJ channel veteran to take the reins
Balasingam will take on the role of vice president for VMware’s partner business in Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ).
VMware announces new features in VMware Cloud, Dell EMC integrations
VMware announced VMware Cloud Foundation 3.7 is expected to be available on Dell EMC VxRail in VMware’s Q1FY20.
VMware launches service-defined firewall
VMware’s new internal firewall solution locks down known good behaviour at both the network and host level to reduce the attack surface.
Partners join The Wave: Westcon’s big beachy bash
Westcon’s beach-themed summer party invited partners in Christchurch, Wellington and Auckland to celebrate their success with a cheeky cocktail.
VMware NSX aims to deliver new levels of advanced automation for enterprises
VMware announced new advancements in VMware NSX that aim to extend the value of an automated, programmable, and intrinsically secure software-defined network.
VMware's 5G ready cloud platform to power Vodafone’s networks
“The ability to be flexible and agile as we continue to automate our network operations and management could only be achieved through software-defined infrastructure."
VMware releases raft of solutions for telcos
With the cloud expanding into the communications provider space and 5G just around the corner, VMware is taking steps to be the go-to for telcos.
Platform9’s new managed Kubernetes service on VMware
A fully managed, enterprise-grade Kubernetes service that is designed to work out-of-the-box on VMware.
Trend Micro’s telecom security solution certified as VMware-ready
Certification by VMware allows communications service providers who prefer or have already adopted VMware vCloud NFV to add network security services from Trend Micro.
Nearly half of APAC enterprises are employing hybrid cloud without a formal strategy
"Alarmingly a significant portion of large enterprises lack a formal hybrid-cloud strategy."
Tesla wants people to hack its Model 3
Tesla is offering white hat hackers what could be the chance of a lifetime – the opportunity to hack one of its Model 3 vehicles.
Bulk of US$250b cloud market claimed by just nine companies
The top nine vendors in the wide cloud market ecosystem are responsible for well over half of all the revenues.