VMware VCF 5.2 - What's New

Discover the future of cloud operations with VMware Cloud Foundation 5.2. This update brings features like VCF brownfield import, support vSAN Max, ESA Stretch Clusters, live patching. Explore the transformative capabilities designed for modern IT infrastructures.

19 days ago

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The VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) division is at the forefront of driving innovation in the realm of hybrid cloud infrastructures. The latest release, VMware Cloud Foundation 5.2, introduces a myriad of enhancements and new features aimed at modernizing infrastructure, bolstering security, and enhancing the developer experience. This article provides a comprehensive overview of these advancements and their implications for the future of cloud operations.

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What's New in VMware Cloud Foundation 5.2

What's New in VCF 5.2

Infrastructure Modernization

Security and Resilience

Developer Experience

Key Features of VCF 5.2

Operational Efficiency and Flexibility


VMware Cloud Foundation 5.2 represents a significant leap forward in cloud infrastructure management. By focusing on unified cloud operations, enhanced security, and improved developer productivity, VMware continues to provide a robust platform that meets the evolving needs of modern enterprises. The future of the VCF division is geared towards driving further innovation and delivering unparalleled value to customers.

Alexey Koznov

Published 19 days ago


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