Category Archives: IoT

Project nanoEDGE aka tiny vSphere/vSAN supported configurations!


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A few weeks ago VMware announced Project nanoEDGE on their blog virtual blocks. I had a whole bunch of questions the following days from customers and partners interested in understanding what it is and what it does. I personally prefer to call project nanoEDGE “a recipe”. In the recipe, it states which configuration would be […] Continue reading

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Project Dimension – VMware’s Edge Computing effort


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Internally some of my focus has been shifting, going forward I will spend more time on edge computing besides vSAN. Edge (and IoT for that matter) has had my interest for a while, and when VMware announced an edge project I was intrigued and interested instantly. At VMworld US the edge computing efforts were announced. The […]

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Success in Software-Defined Networking with Tieto

This is a guest blog post by Joni Leskinen and Marwan Semaan of Tieto, a vCloud Air Network Service Provider. The virtualization journey begun with the compute layer, then storage, and now, network virtualization. Network virtualization is the most important step in the journey, taking the step to maximize efficiency and cost reduction in IT, […]

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