At VMworld 2020, VMware announced Project Monterey, a re-architecture of VMware Cloud Foundation to leverage offload capabilities included in the latest generation of network interface cards (NICs/SmartNICs). In this session Kit Colbert, VP & CTO, Cloud Platform BU, VMware, and Vipin Jain, CTO, Pensando Systems, discuss why this is a valuable next step in the evolution of VCF-enabled next gen applications, how it will work and key use cases.
October 19, 2020—
Pensando & VMware Talk Project Monterey @ Tech Field Day
We recently had the opportunity to present Project Monterey to a selection of delegates for Tech Field Day at VMworld. If you’re interested in learning more about why Pensando is involved, What Project Monterey is, and, how customers can start their journey with Pensando and VMware, this is a great place to start.
These videos are part of the appearance, “Pensando Presents at Tech Field Day Extra at VMworld 2020“. They were recorded as part of Tech Field Day Extra at VMworld 2020 at 12:00-14:00 on October 6, 2020.
Soni Jiandani Introduces Pensando Systems
Pensando Systems was founded on the belief that there has to be a better way to address the complex infrastructure issues facing IT departments today. In this session, Soni Jiandani will provide an overview of the company, an introduction to the Pensando Distributed Services Platform and an overview of the recently announced collaboration with VMware.
VMware and Pensando Introduce Project Monterey
Today’s Data Centers with VMware and Pensando
Nick Furman, Business Development, Pensando Systems, discusses how customers are already leveraging the capabilities of the Pensando Distributed Services Platform in VMware environments today and how they can get started on the journey to next-gen infrastructure with Pensando and VMware.
The SmartNIC industry has made valuable strides in standardizing various interfaces of the infrastructure stack, but clearly there is a lot more work to be... More