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Killexams : Vmware Management mock test - BingNews Search results Killexams : Vmware Management mock test - BingNews Killexams : VMware Advances Multi-Cloud Management

Concept: American cloud computing and virtualization technology company VMware has introduced a portfolio of multi-cloud management offerings known as VMware Aria. It is powered by VMware’s graph-based data store technology dubbed VMware Aria Graph which captures the complexity of multi-cloud environments.

Nature of Disruption:
VMware Aria allows application developers, site reliability engineers (SREs), and platform engineering teams to quickly analyze and debug applications using its application programming interface (API)-first approach. It also offers platform operations (Ops), information technology (IT) Ops, and cloud Ops teams total visibility into the cost, performance, and configuration of applications and workloads across cloud environments. VMware Aria provides extended capabilities for cloud-native and multi-cloud management in three categories such as VMware Aria Operations, VMware Aria Cost powered by CloudHealth, and VMware Aria Automation. Moreover, it supports the lifecycle of cloud-native apps and delivery, development, security, and operations (DevSecOps) in the VMware Tanzu platform. 

Outlook: Kubernetes is being used more commonly by enterprises to manage and scale their advanced and cloud-native software as more of these organizations serve applications across public clouds and at the edge. However, it is difficult to manage apps and infrastructure in a multi-cloud, particularly public cloud, and multi-technology environment. Developers require information on cost, performance, security, and configuration to fully comprehend the properties of the application they are creating, which needs to be accessed through a variety of different tools. Several large enterprises have already deployed hybrid cloud architecture, and many have multi-cloud strategies in place or in progress. VMware Aria provides solutions for consistent infrastructure operations and application service delivery across clouds. It offers centralized views and controls to manage the complete multi-cloud environment and helps businesses to eliminate overspending, inefficiencies, and risks.

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Killexams : VMware Patches Code Execution Vulnerability in vCenter Server

Virtualization giant VMware on Thursday announced patches for a vCenter Server vulnerability that could lead to arbitrary code execution.

A centralized management utility, the vCenter Server is used for controlling virtual machines and ESXi hosts, along with their dependent components.

Tracked as CVE-2022-31680 (CVSS score of 7.2), the security bug is described as an unsafe deserialization vulnerability in the platform services controller (PSC).

“A malicious actor with admin access on vCenter server may exploit this issue to execute arbitrary code on the underlying operating system that hosts the vCenter Server,” the company explains in an advisory.

Reported by Cisco Talos security researcher Marcin Noga, the vulnerability was addressed with the release of VMware vCenter Server 6.5 U3u.

This week, VMware also released a patch for a low-severity denial-of-service (DoS) vulnerability in the VMware ESXi bare metal hypervisor.

Tracked as CVE-2022-31681, the issue is described as a null-pointer dereference flaw that could allow “a malicious actor with privileges within the VMX process only” to create a DoS condition on the host.

Reported by VictorV (Tangtianwen) of Cyber Kunlun Lab, the bug was addressed with ESXi versions ESXi70U3sf-20036586, ESXi670-202210101-SG, and ESXi650-202210101-SG. Cloud Foundation (ESXi) is also impacted by this vulnerability, VMware says.

VMware recommends that all customers update to a patched version of the impacted software. The company makes no mention of any of these vulnerabilities being exploited in attacks.

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Killexams : Broadcom banking on early EU approval of $61 bln VMware deal -sources No result found, try new keyword!U.S. chipmaker Broadcom AVGO.O will seek early European Union antitrust approval of its proposed $61 billion buy of cloud computing company VMware VMW.N by pointing to competition from Amazon AMZN.O, ... Sun, 16 Oct 2022 10:01:00 -0500 text/html Killexams : Revenue Management Solutions Answers the Question: How Much Price Is Too Much?

Restaurant data consultancy reveals consumer breaking point

TAMPA --News Direct-- Revenue Management Solutions

For restaurant operators facing record-high inflation this year, the question of pricing is a tricky one. Fortunately, new research by Revenue Management Solutions reveals how operators can find the sweet spot for pricing that works for both businesses and diners.

In the face of inflationary costs, raising prices is the first line of defense for restaurant operators. These businesses face severe bottom-line pressure due to lingering COVID concerns, food costs, supply chain troubles and dire labor shortages.

In response, quick service restaurant (QSR) prices have been steadily increasing, hitting a record 16.3% in August 2022. Consumers have taken the hit to date, but with wallet pressures looming, how much can QSR customers bear before breaking?

That’s the question Revenue Management Solutions set out to answer on behalf of its clients —some of the world’s largest QSR brands.

After analyzing in-store price increases by percentages year over year (Q2 2022 vs. Q2 2021) for 25,000 QSR locations in the US across numerous brands, RMS found that, yes, consumers have a breaking point.

“When price increases were between 10%-13%, traffic started to severely decline, negating some or all of the net sales benefits,“ stated Revenue Management Solutions Director of Consulting Services Scott Foxworth.

Chart 1 indicates the significant drops in traffic as prices hit the ceiling.

When looking at average price increases across observed locations, RMS found that most locations were beneath the threshold, with increases between 9% and 10%.

“Though the average price increases among observed brands fell below the threshold, the future is still uncertain,” said RMS Chief Operating Officer Mark Kuperman. “Some brands have an opportunity to increase margins with additional price increases, while others may have already hit the breaking point – even at a lower percentage increase.”

To determine a brand’s unique price increase ceiling, Kuperman recommends a careful analysis, by location, of the following pricing levers:

In a recent consumer survey, RMS found that the percentage of consumers trading down – ordering less expensive items or choosing less expensive restaurants – is rising. So too is trading out – of consumers that reported managing costs, 45% are ordering less often from restaurants.

“Consumers are beginning to perceive restaurant prices as higher, and about 1 in 3 believe they are getting less value from restaurants,” said Kuperman. “Brands will win if they can add to the value equation with great service, abundant value options and creativity.”

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Killexams : Broadcom bets on early EU approval for $61 billion VMware acquisition

According to sources familiar with the matter, US chipmaker Broadcom will pursue early European Union antitrust clearance for its $61 billion VMware acquisition by citing rivalry from Amazon, Microsoft and Google.

The transaction was announced in May and is the second-largest buyout this year. Broadcom aims to expand its business into enterprise software.

Regulators worldwide are worried about power consolidation and the risk of larger firms purchasing start-ups to destroy them. Broadcom must receive clearance from European antitrust regulators before it can finalize the deal.

Broadcom has not yet asked for approval

“This (deal) is creating more competition in the cloud market where there are very big players now”, an insider source told Reuters. The source added that the European Commission’s four-month-long second-phase investigation may not need to happen.

“For the Commission to go to phase two, there has to be a real competition problem – horizontal, vertical, foreclosure risk – and I think we can show those risks don’t really exist in this case”, the source noted.

Broadcom has not yet sought EU approval for the acquisition. The company said that it continues to progress with numerous regulatory submissions worldwide, adding that the work is proceeding as planned.

Competitive pressure on VMware increases

In its evaluation of Dell’s $67 billion acquisition of data storage giant EMC in 2016, the EU competition regulator said that EMC’s VMware had a strong position but neither the ability nor motive to lock out competitors.

“In the last five years, what we have seen is an exponential growth of competitive pressure on VMWare on the part of those competitors that the Commission didn’t take into account”, another insider source said, referring to major cloud providers like Amazon, Microsoft and Google. This should be a first phase investigation based on the facts.”

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Killexams : VMware Launches Next G-AI Research and Innovation Centre in Montreal

Partnerships with Canadian Universities and innovation community will advance research in cloud, networking, and AI technologies to support the development of 5G+ and 6G networks

MONTREAL, Oct. 11, 2022 /CNW/ - VMware VMW, a leading innovator in enterprise software, today announced the opening of the VMware Next G-AI Research and Innovation Centre. The Centre will bring together VMware's multi-cloud infrastructure, advanced networking, and Modern Application Development expertise with the latest in emerging Cloud Native development techniques, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) technologies to deliver a sustainable path to 5G+ and 6G technologies.

Today, VMware Canada officially opens the Next G-AI Research & Innovation Centre in Montreal, Quebec.

"Montreal has one of the most significant clusters of AI researchers in the world, as well as a thriving community of innovative startups," said Kit Colbert, Chief Technology Officer, VMware. "Through partnerships with researchers, startups and industry partners, we will be able to bring together cloud, networking and AI to build 6G technologies that are sustainable and centered on human needs."

The Next G-AI Research and Innovation Centre is part of the TETRA initiative. Located within Centech and ÉTS in Montreal, it supports three connected programs:

  • Applied Research: In partnership with Mitacs, VMware is working with researchers across Canada to develop sustainable 5G+ and 6G technologies, Boost digital equity and rearchitect the Internet to an Open Grid.
  • Next G-AI Research & Innovation Lab: The Research & Innovation Lab provides researchers and industry partners with access to cutting-edge software and hardware that allows them to quickly validate and demonstrate key concepts.
  • Modern Application Software Factory: The VMware Tanzu Modern Software Factory provides VMware customers and partners with access to VMware Tanzu solutions and open-source technologies. The offering will comprise, Spring and .Net development expertise and tools, developer accelerators, automated container build service, support for any Kubernetes conformant run time along with the ability to build, run and manage software supply chains that deliver on the 5S promise of (speed, stability, savings, security, scalability).

Through partnerships with Mitacs, Centech and the IEEE, VMware will also provide selected researchers and startups access to both the Next G-AI Innovation Lab and Modern Application Software Factory.

"The Next G-AI Research and Innovation Centre will enable local, national and international research collaboration, and contribute significantly to the Montreal innovation ecosystem," said John Hepburn, CEO of Mitacs. "We are proud to support this critical research to develop 6G technologies, with a focus on ensuring that they are sustainable, equitable and will benefit Canadians across the country."

Partnership with Centech to support Montreal startups

Through the VMware Tanzu Modern Applications Software Factory, select partners and startups associated with Centech will have free access to Tanzu solutions and open-source technology. This set of enterprise-grade, platform-agnostic tools will allow participants to learn how to better build, deliver, and manage cloud native apps designed to run on any Kubernetes on-premises, in the public cloud or edge environments.

"Having access to the VMware Tanzu technology is an incredible advantage for our entrepreneurs," said Richard Chenier, Director General, Centech. "Access to these powerful tools will allow startups to swiftly deploy modern applications, significantly speeding time to market and enabling them to be deployed in any environment."

Addressing the Digital Divide

VMware, Mitacs and the IEEE Future Networks Initiative also announced the first Canadian-specific prize category in the Connecting the Unconnected Challenge, which seeks novel solutions for universal and affordable internet access.

"The Internet is a critical access point to education, economic opportunity, and health information and services," said Mary Ward-Callan, Managing Director, Technical Activities, IEEE. "However, nearly half of the world remains unconnected. Through our partnership with VMware and Mitacs, we're looking to work with Canadian competitors interested in tackling this critical humanitarian issue."

The 2023 Challenge will kick-off in spring 2023, including the challenge specifically dedicated for Canadian researchers that has been jointly developed by the IEEE, VMware and Mitacs.

The Honorable François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry of Canada, welcomed the opening of the VMware Next G-AI Research and Innovation Centre, adding, "Canada is a global leader in great talent, especially in emerging areas of technology like artificial intelligence and machine learning. This investment will further strengthen our ability to tackle some of the most important challenges facing our society, including the resilience of our communications network, and ultimately support Canadians across the country."

"With some of the top researchers and a pool of more than 27,000 highly qualified talents, Montréal's world-renowned expertise in artificial intelligence has a lot to offer to develop sustainable and accessible 5G+ and 6G technologies," said Stéphane Paquet, President and CEO, Montréal International.

"The past two and a half years have shown us how reliable internet connections are vital to our well-being. This new Research and Innovation Centre puts our metropolis, once again, on the map as a city where knowledge and talent are dedicated to responding to pressing issues with the highest standards of quality."

"VMware's decision to establish its Next G-AI Research and Innovation Centre in Quebec demonstrates the attractiveness and expertise of Quebec in the technology sector. The Investissement Québec International teams are proud to have supported and guided VMware in the development of their project. The establishment of the Centre will advance important research towards 6G networks and provide opportunities for Quebec startups to test and develop their technology," said Hubert Bolduc, President of Investissement Québec International.

About VMware

VMware is a leading provider of multi-cloud services for all apps, enabling digital innovation with enterprise control. As a trusted foundation to accelerate innovation, VMware software gives businesses the flexibility and choice they need to build the future. Headquartered in Palo Alto, California, VMware is committed to building a better future through the company's 2030 Agenda. For more information, please visit

VMware and Tanzu are registered trademarks or trademarks of VMware, Inc. or its subsidiaries in the United States and other jurisdictions. This article may contain hyperlinks to non-VMware websites that are created and maintained by third parties who are solely responsible for the content on such websites.

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Killexams : VMware Advances Multi-Cloud Management with VMware Aria

VMware Aria is powered by VMware Aria Graph, a new graph-based data store technology that reduces multi-cloud complexity across any cloud, any app, and for every persona

SAN FRANCISCO, August 30, 2022--(BUSINESS WIRE)--VMware Explore US 2022 – More organizations are delivering applications across public clouds and at the edge, and they’re increasingly using Kubernetes to manage and scale their modernized and cloud-native apps. However, managing apps and infrastructure in a multi-cloud, especially public cloud, and multi-technology environment is complex. Teams have to control costs, ensure performance, and manage consistent security policies across these diverse and distributed environments. Today at VMware Explore 2022, VMware (NYSE: VMW) is unveiling a multi-cloud management portfolio called VMware Aria, which provides a set of end-to-end solutions for managing the cost, performance, configuration, and delivery of infrastructure and cloud-native applications. Powering VMware Aria is VMware Aria Graph, a graph-based data store technology that captures the complexity of customers’ multi-cloud environments.

"With multi-cloud realities taking hold, managing overall cloud spend, resource utilization, and application performance, security and compliance across different clouds can be increasingly difficult, and consequently, can lead to overspending, inefficiencies, and increased risk. Developers need cost, performance, security, and configuration data – often sitting in disparate tools – to understand the complete characteristics of the application that they are building," said Purnima Padmanabhan, senior vice president and general manager, Cloud Management, VMware. "VMware Aria's API-first approach enables developers, SREs and Platform Engineering teams to pull relevant, correlated data from any source for quicker application analysis and debugging, while providing complete visibility into the cost, performance, and configuration of applications and workloads across cloud environments for Platform Ops, IT Ops, and Cloud Ops teams."

VMware Aria features new and expanded capabilities for cloud native and multi-cloud management across three categories - VMware Aria Cost powered by CloudHealth, VMware Aria Operations, and VMware Aria Automation. VMware Aria complements and extends management of the development, delivery, DevSecOps, and lifecycle of cloud-native apps in VMware Tanzu platform. VMware Aria is anchored by VMware Aria Hub, which provides centralized views and controls to manage the entire multi-cloud environment, and leverages VMware Aria Graph to provide a common definition of applications, resources, roles, and accounts. Also announced at VMware Explore 2022 are a set of new end-to-end solutions that deliver cloud governance, cloud migration, and business insights at scale.

VMware Aria Graph and VMware Aria Hub: a new technology that powers VMware Aria

At the heart of VMware Aria’s new public cloud management capabilities is VMware Aria Graph, a graph-based data store that captures the resources and relationships of a multi-cloud environment. Expressly designed for the operational challenges of cloud-native applications and environments, VMware Aria Graph provides a single source of truth that is updated in near-real time. Other solutions on the market were designed in a slower moving era, primarily for change management processes and asset tracking. By contrast, VMware Aria Graph is designed expressly for cloud-native operations.

Leveraging a fundamentally different architecture to capture many-to-many relationships, scale to hundreds of millions of objects, and be updated in near-real time, VMware Aria Graph meets the multi-cloud management requirements of the largest and most demanding enterprise. VMware Aria’s graph data store and API services enable it to seamlessly integrate with third-party solutions such as observability and application performance management tools. Data collected and normalized from native public clouds, on-prem clouds, VMware tools and third-party tools within Aria Graph enriches operations, automation, and cost metrics in customers’ existing VMware vRealize, CloudHealth by VMware and VMware Tanzu Observability products, bringing application-aware management to private/hybrid clouds in addition to native public clouds.

VMware Aria Graph will be made available to customers as a capability within VMware Aria Hub. First introduced at VMworld 2021 as Project Ensemble, VMware Aria Hub provides centralized views and controls to manage the entire multi-cloud environment.

Key capabilities of VMware Aria Graph include:

  • Highly scalable – supports cloud native environments

    • Scales to hundreds of millions of nodes

    • Graph data store captures the many-to-many relationships needed to fully understand dependencies

    • Enables viewing historical configurations, critical in root cause analyses

  • Event-based collection – supports high rate of change

  • Federated and modular architecture – enables aggregation of data from any source

    • Plug-and-play approach allows you to layer data from third-party tools

    • Aligns operational data on a single, holistic source of truth, enabling teams to make better decisions and work more efficiently

  • Unified GraphQL API – simplifies consumption by both developers and ops teams

    • Establishes a single, dev-friendly, consistent interface to multi-cloud environments

    • Precise GraphQL queries provides lightning quick and extremely efficient access to data

VMware Launches New End-to-End Solutions to Deliver Cloud Governance, Cloud Migration, and Business Insights at Scale

Multi-cloud introduces new, difficult to solve management challenges than cut across today’s complex, distributed environments. VMware Aria provides features and functions that span management disciplines and clouds to deliver unique value for multi-cloud governance, cross-cloud migration, and actionable business insights. In addition, there are three new end-to-end management services built on top of VMware Aria Hub and VMware Aria Graph:

  • VMware Aria Guardrails – Automate enforcement of cloud guardrails for networking, security, cost, performance, and configuration at scale for multi-cloud environments with an everything-as-code approach

  • VMware Aria Migration – Accelerate and simplify the multi-cloud migration journey by automating assessment, planning, and execution in conjunction with VMware HCX

  • VMware Aria Business Insights – Discern relevant business insights from full-stack event correlation leveraging AI/ML analytics

Introducing the New VMware Aria Family Name

VMware Aria represents a new, single Cloud Management offering. Customers of VMware’s multi-cloud management solutions – VMware vRealize, CloudHealth by VMware Suite, and Tanzu Observability by Wavefront – will be entitled to the corresponding VMware Aria offering. VMware Aria Cost, VMware Aria Operations, and VMware Aria Automation provide customers with a comprehensive set of solutions for consistent delivery and operations of infrastructure and application services across any and many clouds.

VMware Cross-Cloud™ services Helps Customers Navigate the Multi-Cloud Era

At VMware Explore 2022, VMware is unveiling new and enhanced offerings for VMware Cross-Cloud services to help customers navigate the multi-cloud era with freedom, flexibility and security. VMware Cross-Cloud services is a portfolio of cloud services that deliver a unified and simplified way to build, operate, access, and better secure any application on any cloud from any device. VMware Cross-Cloud service pillars include 1) App Platform 2) Cloud Management 3) Cloud & Edge Infrastructure 4) Security & Networking, and 5) Anywhere Workspace. For the latest news and more on how VMware is delivering a faster and smarter path to cloud for digital businesses, visit the VMware Explore 2022 media kit.

About VMware Explore

VMware Explore is an evolution of the company's flagship conference, VMworld. VMware Explore aims to be the industry’s go-to-event for all things multi-cloud. This year, it will feature industry-led solution and technical sessions, an extensive ecosystem of 90% of the top cloud partners, a thriving marketplace of multi-cloud ISVs and several networking events. To learn more about VMware Explore, please visit:

About VMware

VMware is a leading provider of multi-cloud services for all apps, enabling digital innovation with enterprise control. As a trusted foundation to accelerate innovation, VMware software gives businesses the flexibility and choice they need to build the future. Headquartered in Palo Alto, California, VMware is committed to building a better future through the company’s 2030 Agenda. For more information, please visit

VMware, Explore, VMware Aria, Tanzu, vRealize and CloudHealth are registered trademarks or trademarks of VMware, Inc. or its subsidiaries in the United States and other jurisdictions.

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