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vCloud Architecture Toolkit (vCAT) 3.0 released

This is a re-post from the official VMware vCAT blog site.  Click here to read the original post by John Arrasjid VMware is pleased to announce the release of the vCAT 3.0 material. The VMware vCloud Architecture Toolkit provides technical and operational guidance for cloud success. It includes the tools and guidance to build, operate, and consume an industry-leading cloud computing infrastructure solution. Unlike a Reference Architecture which focuses on one use case, this architecture toolkit includes support for multiple use cases and combinations of use cases. It is based on field experience with hundreds of customers and partners. It is validated by internal and external individuals and is supported by VMware as the de-facto reference for vCloud deployments. This is offered free of charge. It is available for download at http://www.vmware.com/go/vcat under the registration section. Look for the ‘Register’ link. Audience This release has expanded content for architects, administrators, and consumers […]

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vCloud Architecture Toolkit (vCat)

A couple of people have pinged me on twitter this week asking if I knew where the vCloud Architecture Tool kit otherwise known as vCat is located. I thought I would provide the link to help people out. http://www.vmware.com/cloud-computing/cloud-architecture/vcat-toolkit.html

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