JetStream Accelerate 4.5

While support for application clusters is the main attraction, there have been a lot of enhancements for increased usability, especially for large-scale cloud deployments. As JetStream Accelerate has been increasingly adopted by private and public cloud service providers, the scale of a typical deployment has grown dramatically, introducing new requirements for management at scale. The new release addresses many of these requirements. And as always, JetStream Accelerate is certified VMware Ready.

JetStream Migrate Now Available

  Since we announced JetStream Migrate in April, we’ve been helping cloud service providers manage live migrations of their customers’ workloads from on-premises VMware environments to VMware in the cloud. Through our close collaboration with our cloud service provider partners, we’ve learned a lot about…

Live Migration And Why It’s Important For VMware Cloud Partners

When moving VMware virtual machines to the cloud, the sure-fire way to migrate the VMs and their data completely is to simply stop the VMs, copy their components (OVF files) and assemble them into an Open Virtual Appliance (OVA).The problem, of course, in the scenario described, is the VMs and their applications are offline while they’re being moved to their new home in the cloud. For some types of applications, that downtime may be perfectly acceptable. The alternative is ‘Live Migration’…

ESXi 6.7 & IO Filters

Today, as ESXi 6.7 is announced, we are pleased to be the first (and so far, only) vendor listed on the VMware Compatibility Guide with support for VAIO on ESXi 6.7. JetStream Accelerate delivers greater efficiency to the data center, by reducing storage IO constraints on application performance and VM density.