One of the Best use cases for Hybrid cloud is when we want to protect our on-prem workloads on cloud, so during any disaster situations we can easily recover them and reduce the total downtime of a service. We have DRaaS introduced with VMware Cloud on AWS as SRM solution and it works seamlessly between On-prem and Cloud Data-centers. In this Blog I want to demonstrate a step by step deployment of DRaaS on VMware Cloud on AWS and Onprem vSphere , lets get started with the req
"VMware cloud on aws" is moving towards maturity very fast, New features are coming on the road maps and existing features are getting robust. When we design a data-center, the thumb rule of a good design is that components (Physical or virtual) should be well protected. When we talk about the protection, to protect our vSphere based data-centers (physical or SDDC) we have been using vSpere HA for years now and it has its own proven capability in-case of host failure in a cl
Setting up Hybrid linked mode was a multi-step process as I explained in my previous Blog post Hybrid linked mode . VMware has integrated some new features and tools with VMware Cloud on AWS to eliminate few steps and customers can perform majority of the pre-checks before they implement Hybrid Linked mode. Let's Check these cool features 1) Firewall Rule Accelerator : Correctly setting up a firewall rule is a Crucial step for network communications to happen correctly, Wh
Extended network with L2 VPN can be useful when we want to extend our onprem network to VMware Cloud on AWS environment. This configuration can help when we want to move our on-prem VMs to the cloud and do not want to loose network settings or want to keep same IP address in cloud as well. Apart from this we may want to spin-up new VMs and want them to be in the same network as our onprem VMs are. Stretching of L2 VPN requires a supported device at onprem side For Example St
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