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VMworld 2016 US – Key Announcements From Day 1

VMworld 2016 US – Key Announcements From Day 1.
VMworld 2016 US – Key Announcements From Day 1.
August 29, 2016 2 Comments So the much awaited VMworld 2016 US event kicked off today amongst much fanfare and I was lucky to be one of them there at the event.
Given below are the key highlights from the day 1 general session & the key annoucements made by VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger.
I’ve highlighted the key items.

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Theme of this years VMworld is Be Tomorrow

This is quite fitting as technology today defines the tomorrow for the world and we as the IT community plays a key part in this along with vendors like VMware who defines / invent most of those technologies.

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Pat mentioned that for VMware and their future direction

the Cloud is key. Both Public and Private cloud are going to define many IT requirements of tomorrow which I fully agree with and VMware’s aim appears to be to move away from the traditional vSphere based compute virtualisation to become a facilitator of cross cloud workload mobility and management.
He also discussed the status of where the current public and private cloud adoption is at, which is presently heavily biased towards the public cloud rather than private cloud adoption, which inharently is quite difficult to retro fit to a legacy enviornment based on my experience too.

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Based on VMware research and market analytics

thre current IT platform adoption is split as below Public Cloud = 15%.
Private Cloud = 12%.
Traditional IT = 73%.
According to Pat it will not be around 2021 that the public Vs private cloud usage adoption achieve similar levels and by 2030, .

They expect the adoptoin rates to be (approximately) as follows Public Cloud =52%

Private Cloud = 29%.
Traditional IT = 19%.
From then, .

The tone shifted to look at VMware’s role in this evolving market

It is pretty obvioius that VMware as a vendor

been diversifying their product positioning to rely less on the core vSphere stack but to focus more on the Cloud management and other software defined offerings for the last few years.
This was made possible through the use of vSphere + NSX + VSAN for the SDDC for those who wanted a traditional IT environment or a private cloud platform with vRealize Suite sat on top to provide a common management and monitoring platform (Cloud Management Portal).
These have been quite popular and some key highlights mentioned were, vSphere the market leader in Virtualisation – Software Defined Compute.
VSAN now has over 5000 fee paying customers & growing – Software Defined Storage.

NSX has 400% YoY growth in adoption – Software Defined Networking

VRealize Suite is the most popular Cloud management portal in the industry

Todays main annoucement brings these solutions together in to VMware Cloud Foundation with Cross Cloud Services support.
Cross Cloud Architecture annouced as a technical preview today effectively focuses on centralizing the followings across various deifferent private and public cloud platforms Management,.
Operations.
Security.
Networking (the most important one for me).
This tech preview platform initially will support Publci clouds (Azure, AWS, Google Cloud, vCloud Air) as well as vCloud Air Network Partners and private cloud instances The below graphic annouces the Corss cloud services model and the solution proposition quite well.
One of the key interesting part of this annoucement is that throuh the IBM partnership, these cross cloud services will be made available as SaS offering (Software as a Service) which require no local installation or PS heavy deployment of management and monitoring components on premise.
It would be interesting to see the details of what this means,  and cannot wait to get my hands on the tools once available to look deeper in to details and what that means for the average customers.
Based on Pat’s description, Cross Cloud Services solution is designed to facilitate moving of applications between private and various public clouds with minimal disruption / effort for the customers.
They also showed a demo of this being in action which was really really impressive.
It is pretty obvious that for true cross cloud connectivity and flexbility when it comes to moving applications.etc, one of the key blockers has been the networking restrictions such as the lack of easily available L2 adjacency….etc. VMware are in a prime position to address this through the SDN platform they have in NSX and the demo showed clearly the NSX integration with AWS that automatically deployed an L2 Edge gateway (software) devices in front of AWS Virtual datacenter to offer L2 connectivity back to customers on premise to extend the LAN capability as a key facilitator to enable being able to move a workload from AWS to On-Premise and back.

(Think WAN is transformed in to an extended LAN with NSX)

I’ve always seen this coming and also discussed with my customers various other posibilities like this that NSX brings on to the table and its nice to see that these capabilities are now being integrated in to othermanagement and monitoring platforms to proviude a true single pane of glass solution for multi cloud management.
The solution demo also included the Arkin integration of the same platfrom (VMware aquired Arkin recently) and it brings the security monitoring and anlytics capability to the platform which is totally awesome.!.
I’ve already seen the extensively capability of visualizing networking flow and security contexts of vRealize Network Insight (rebranded Arkin solution) previously but its really good to see that bieng integrated to this Software as a Sevrice Offering.
This solution also include traffic encryption capability, even within a public cloud platform like Amazon that you do not get by default which would go a long way towards deploying workloads siubject to regulatory compliance on public cloud platforms.
These new annoucements form the basis of the VMwares vision of Any device (through the use of Airwatch), Any application (through the use of Workspace one) and any cloud (now available through the Cross Cloud arhitecture) message that enable their customers to simply their modern day IT operations increse agility, efficiency and productivity.
Slide credit goes to VMware You can find more details in the following links http://www.vmware.com/radius/cross-cloud-introduction/.
http://www.vmware.com/radius/vmworld-2016-chris-wolf-recap-day-one/.
http://ir.vmware.com/overview/press-releases/press-release-details/2016/VMware-Offers-Cloud-Freedom-and-Control-With-Cross-Cloud-Architecture-on-First-Day-of-VMworld/default.aspx.

#NSX #vSphere #VSAN #CrossCloudServices #VmwareCloudFoundation

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