Hi everyone, we are in the final stretch of 2019 and our 22nd newsletter of the year. We have tried to bring you a newsletter almost every 2 weeks for this past year with all of the news and other interesting items from the world of VMware and virtualization in general. This year we have noticed a definite shift in the amount of content related to containers, Kubernetes and modernizing applications in general. This is a theme that will be key in 2020, and VMware is providing many tools and technologies in this area such as Tanzu and Project Pacific. With that in mind we will be adding a new section to the newsletter on "Modern Applications" to include these related articles so please look out for this new section. We begin this week with a TAM Webinar on Container Orchestration using Kubernetes, details below. As always we will continue to bring as much important news and information to you for the final newsletters of 2019 and onward in 2020.


Until the final newsletter of 2019; please enjoy this weeks news and don't forget to check the new KB articles as well as upcoming TAM webinars and updates to Skyline below!


Virtually Yours
VMware TAM Team

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Upcoming TAM Webinar:

Topic: Container Orchestration using Kubernetes
Lots of exciting things are happening at VMware with regards to container orchestration using Kubernetes. In this session, Scott Lowe will peer into the future of Kubernetes at VMware and provide some tips for making the most of what VMware is doing in this space.


Guest speaker:
Scott Lowe - Staff Kubernetes Architect, VMware (Cloud Native Apps Business Unit)


TAM Webinar Series
Thursday, December 12, 2019
11:00am EST/ 10:00am CST / 8:00am PST
Register Here!


New Skyline Release Includes Dell EMC Support Assist Integration
We’re excited to announce a new VMware Skyline release that includes several new features designed to provide even more value to you and your organization. Be sure to update your Skyline Collectors to the latest version (2.3) to take advantage of the new features and functionality. If you have the “Auto Update” feature enabled, your Collectors will update approximately within the next seven days. Please continue reading the blog post here!



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