The launch of VMware vSphere 8 (announcement) ushers in a new era of computing with DPUs and delivers on VMware’s vision for review film Project Monterey. With the new VMware vSphere Distributed Services Engine capability, vSphere modernizes the cloud infrastructure into a distributed architecture enabled by DPUs. Customers will be able to achieve better infrastructure price-performance by providing more CPU resources to workloads and reducing operational overhead of DPU lifecycle management with integrated vSphere workflows. vSphere Distributed Services Engine helps meet the throughput and latency needs of modern distributed workloads by accelerating networking functions. Customers will also be able to boost infrastructure security by running infrastructure services on the DPU and isolating them from the workload domain. This has been a journey driven by our amazing set of ecosystem partners which have helped fuel this innovation and bring it to reality.
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“Modern enterprise workloads are evolving to become more cloud-like and distributed across multiple systems,” said Forrest Norrod, senior vice president and general manager, Data Center Solutions Group, AMD. “VMware is helping customers deliver infrastructure services that support this evolution. With vSphere 8 integrated into systems running the fully programmable AMD Pensando DPUs and AMD EPYC™ CPUs, our mutual customers will have a highly performant, next-generation data center that is efficient and secure.”