Tag: Elastic Network Interface
As customers adopt VMware Cloud on AWS, it’s important to provide scalable and reliable hybrid connectivity to help integrate SDDCs with on-premises and cloud-native services. VMware Cloud on AWS customers have additional network security requirements including network encryption, firewall integration, and traffic segmentation. Learn about hybrid network design patterns and considerations, and go through various network architecture design options and use cases addressing customer requirements.
One of the biggest advantages of VMware Cloud on AWS is that it can readily integrate with other AWS services. That gives you countless ways to elevate your workloads. If you’re amassing data in your databases over time and are looking for novel ways to glean fresh insights out of it, using Amazon Redshift and Amazon QuickSight is an easy and accessible way to achieve it. This post describes how to get more out of existing data residing inside your databases running in VMware Cloud on AWS.
Integrating iSCSI Storage with VMware Cloud on AWS Virtual Machines Using Amazon FSx for NetApp ONTAP
Learn how you can use Amazon FSx for NetApp ONTAP to provide block storage for virtual machine workloads running on VMware Cloud on AWS via the iSCSI protocol. With Amazon FSx for ONTAP, you can launch, run, and scale fully managed NetApp ONTAP storage file systems on AWS. The solution helps customers address their block storage requirements for workloads running on VMware Cloud on AWS.
Customers running virtual machines on VMware Cloud on AWS have unique storage requirements and require a solution that provides a scalable, high performance, and feature-rich file storage. Learn how you can use Amazon FSx for NetApp ONTAP as one of your options for providing storage to virtual machines running on VMware Cloud on AWS. We’ll then discuss different connectivity options available for VMs to access these storage volumes.
VMware Cloud on AWS brings VMware’s SDDC technologies to the AWS global infrastructure. When customers combine Amazon OpenSearch Service with Amazon Kinesis Data Firehose and AWS Lambda, you can create a managed, end-to-end log aggregation and workload monitoring solution for workloads, including those running in VMware Cloud on AWS. In this post, Learn the benefits of this monitoring solution and explore ideas on how to get started utilizing it.
With the general availability of AWS PrivateLink for Amazon S3 released earlier this year, customers can take advantage of private connectivity between S3 and on-premises resources using private IPs from your virtual network. Learn how to leverage interface VPC endpoints (AWS PrivateLink) for Amazon S3 and its integrations with VMware Cloud on AWS, which brings VMware’s enterprise-class software-defined data center software to the AWS Cloud.
With hybrid implementations, we see a design pattern where customers configure connectivity to allow communication between on-premises and VMware Cloud on AWS networks. Customers use various methods such us a VPN and/or AWS Direct Connect to implement hybrid cloud connectivity. Learn how to leverage Direct Connect to establish hybrid connectivity between on-premises VMware infrastructure and VMware Cloud on AWS.
Running virtual machines with databases or datastores on VMware Cloud on AWS lets you use the same management tools and VMs as on your on-premises VMware vSphere environment. You can easily extend these workloads to the cloud and take advantage of AWS on-demand delivery, global footprint, elasticity, and scalability. Learn how VMware Cloud on AWS brings these datasets closer to AWS Analytics Services, making it easier to use services to draw meaningful insights from business data.