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Feature Brief: SDDC Host Types
July 14, 2020
VMware Cloud on AWS delivers consistent vSphere-based infrastructure that runs on Amazon EC2 elastic, bare-metal instances that are dedicated to each customer. The underlying instances provide the compute, storage, and networking infrastructure for your software defined data center. There are multiple host types available (i3 and i3en) to optimize for particular use cases that may have different performance or data storage requirements.

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Feature Brief: Cluster Types and Sizes
July 13, 2020
VMware Cloud on AWS provides a range of cluster types in order to provide the proper resources and service levels to meet customer use cases. It’s easy to get started with a single host SDDC trial and then expand it to multiple hosts that offer a service level suitable for production workloads.

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Feature Brief: Compute Policies
May 11, 2020
Compute policies provide a way to specify how the vSphere Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS) should place VMs on hosts in a resource pool, based on concepts such as affinity to hosts and other VMs.

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Feature Brief: Custom CPU Core Count
May 11, 2020
The Custom CPU Core Count capability allows you to select a reduced number of CPU cores to run per host. It is designed to help avoid a situation of running servers with underutilized CPU capacity, and can also potentially reduce the costs for running mission-critical applications licensed on a per-core basis. 

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Feature Brief: Notifications
April 27, 2020
The Notification Gateway serves as the central integration point for customer-facing notifications for VMware Cloud on AWS.

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Feature Brief: Microsegmentation with Distributed Firewalls
April 24, 2020
By implementing a firewall in software, VMware Cloud on AWS allow for sophisticated network security policies to be created with ease.

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