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By: mhuppert | February 12, 2020

Getting started with VCF Part 9 – PKS deployment

Getting started with VCF Part 9 – PKS deployment

We are nearing the end of our journey with Getting Started with VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF). In this post, we will go through the deployment of Enterprise PKS v1.5 on a Workload Domain created in VCF v3.9. We’ve been through a number of steps to get to this point, all of which can be found here. Now we have some of the major prerequisites in place, notably NSX-T Edge networking and PKS Certificates, so we can proceed with the Enterprise PKS deployment. However, there are still a few... Read More

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By: mhuppert | February 11, 2020

Kubernetes official icons

Kubernetes official icons

K8s-school now shares them with you, feel free to use it in your talks and slides!

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By: mhuppert | February 10, 2020

Enterprise PKS Management Console installed, What now ?

Enterprise PKS Management Console installed,...

Enterprise PKS Management Console installed, What now ? concept for a customer and instead of installing all the components, ops manager, ops director, tiles, individually I decided to use the Enterprise PKS Management Console. If you have not heard about it yet, it's a single OVA that provides a unified installation in an automated way, which simplifies and expedite a lot the process of making PKS available. But this post is more related to day 2, once everything is installed what now ?!?!? solution and the need to install some tools like Bosh CLI, UaaC CLI e PKS CLI. While those tools still exist and are needed, I found the use of Enterprise PKS Management Console a lot more simple, Bosh CLI and PKS CLI are already installed on the... Read More

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By: mhuppert | February 02, 2020

Rearchitecting vSphere with Native Kubernetes (Technical Overview)

Rearchitecting vSphere with Native Kubernetes...

Give your IT admins the ability to operate existing and modern apps side-by-side. Watch our technical overview and demo of Project Pacific on demand.

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By: mhuppert | January 29, 2020

Kubernetes HA on vSphere

Kubernetes HA on vSphere

If you’ve been on the operations side of the IT house, you know that one of your primary job functions is to ensure High Availability (HA) of production workloads. This blog post focuses on making sure applications deployed on a vSphere Kubernetes cluster will be highly available.

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By: mhuppert | January 26, 2020

Project Pacific – Rearchitecting vSphere with Native Kubernetes

Project Pacific – Rearchitecting vSphere with...

Modern application workloads require an infrastructure platform that connects developers and operations while simplifying management. Project Pacific, a technology preview first announced at VMworld US 2019, rearchitects vSphere with native Kubernetes to change the game for building and running... Read More

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By: mhuppert | January 23, 2020

3 Kubernetes Secrets from Early Adopters

3 Kubernetes Secrets from Early Adopters

Early adopters share their experience and advice for deploying Kubernetes in the real world. Kubernetes is no longer just an exploratory or experimental technology. It’s becoming the most popular open-source software for container orchestration in the world. Today, businesses put Kubernetes-based applications out into the real world. For some, the transition to Kubernetes is just The post 3 Kubernetes Secrets from Early Adopters appeared first on VMware Radius.

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By: mhuppert | January 21, 2020

Why Kubernetes on Virtual Machines?

Why Kubernetes on Virtual Machines?

The case for Kubernetes on virtual machines as opposed to bare metal.

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By: mhuppert | January 17, 2020

New course from KubeAcademy: Cluster Operations

New course from KubeAcademy: Cluster Operations

In this course, you'll learn how to bootstrap Kubernetes clusters using various community tools. We'll also dive into topics like authentication, role-based access control, and backing up and restoring Kubernetes objects and clusters.

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By: mhuppert | January 14, 2020

The Year Ahead for Kubernetes and Container Security

The Year Ahead for Kubernetes and Container...

A new study out conducted among the DevSecOps community shows that Kubernetes use is rapidly growing within the enterprise, and not just within test or development environments. As organizations try to catch their breath with the rapid adoption rate, the security community is scrambling to adapt... Read More

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By: mhuppert | January 11, 2020

Pivotal Now a Part of VMware

Pivotal Now a Part of VMware

Read this post to learn how together, VMware and Pivotal will deliver (through Authorized VMware Distributors) the ability to seamlessly help your customers accelerate their modern application development and management. As a part of our new combined organizations we’re working to simplify how partners engage and maximize their ability to both resell and learn new The post Pivotal Now a Part of VMware appeared first on Partner News.

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By: mhuppert | January 11, 2020

TGI Kubernetes 100: All host retrospective

TGI Kubernetes 100: All host retrospective

Join us for a very special TGIK! We are going to work to get all of the hosts together on one call and talk about Kubernetes, TGIK, the future and more. Join us live and we'll be taking questions and comments from the comment stream.

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By: mhuppert | January 11, 2020

Deploy Kubernetes on vSphere

Deploy Kubernetes on vSphere

If you’re struggling to deploy Kubernetes (k8s) clusters, you’re not alone. There are a bunch of different ways to deploy…

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By: mhuppert | January 09, 2020

5 ways to do serverless on Kubernetes

5 ways to do serverless on Kubernetes

Call it “serverless,” call it “event-driven compute,” or call it “functions as a service (FaaS),” the idea is the same: dynamically allocate resources to run individual functions, essentially microservices, that are invoked in response to events. Serverless compute platforms allow application... Read More

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By: mhuppert | January 06, 2020

Do containers need backup?

Do containers need backup?

Containers are breaking backups around the world, but there are steps you can take to make sure that the most critical parts of your container infrastructure are protected against the worst things that can happen to your data center.

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