We hope you enjoyed attending or following VMworld 2019 with more than 20,000 attendees that showed up in Moscone Center in San Francisco! From this extremely busy event, here are they key takeaways that stood out:
Kubernetes Has Made Its Mark On VMware The biggest news at VMworld was just how significantly the company was betting its future on Kubernetes. While the Pivotal acquisition was a small part of that effort, the biggest headlines centered around the announcement of Project Pacific and VMware Tanzu (with Tanzu Mission Control).
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Cloud-native applications built on Kubernetes constructs are transforming all aspects of software development and operations. Enterprises across the world are actively working to not only build cloud-native applications but also roll out critical day 2 services such as data management that traditional solutions do not support. The benefits of these cloud-native constructs range from improving product development cycles, improved infrastructure utilization and higher operational efficiency on a massive scale. Kasten’s partnership with VMware enables enterprise IT and DevOps groups to immediately realize these benefits for data management functions such as backup/recovery, application mobility, and disaster recovery for vSphere customers looking for a Kubernetes based solution.
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