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VMware adds support to its vSphere offering for better latency

VMware adds support to its vSphere offering for better latency

In the new vSphere release, Kubernetes support was added by VMware to run virtual machines and containers simultaneously. The company can now offer a single management domain that will cover VMs and containers in the hybrid cloud. vSphere7 was launched recently and it is part of the Project Pacific by VMware. Project Pacific is one of the components of the Tanzu initiative. This will allow the product to run, build, connect, protect, and manage the containerized workloads. The main function of VMware was to virtualize servers and usually, these VMs contain an OS and applications.

New support was launched by VMware for the vSphere7 to increase the speed of data access. The new support will give the VMs better write and read access to the externally stored data. Technical marketing architect at VMware, Jason Massae had reported that the vSphere 7 will support RoCE v2 network fabrics and fibre channel. This new feature will allow the users to access any NVMe-oF array-like Pure Storage, NetApp, Dell, and HPE. The VMware has a proven record that they can bring the K8s into their hypervisor. This will allow the enterprises to protect their virtual server against containerization encroachment.

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