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By: mhuppert | September 12, 2019

A first look at Octant – Visualizing your K8s clusters

A first look at Octant – Visualizing your K8s...

In my lab, I run a number of different flavor of Kubernetes. Some of them I deploy via kubeadm. Others I have provisioned by VMware PKS. Some of these can access the outside world, while others are secured. Sometimes it is difficult to figure out the relationship between various K8s objects – which services, endpoints, PVs and PVCs are used by different Pods or StefulSets. In the past I have used the K8s dashboard, but more often than not, I have to run some sort of tunnel (via PuTTY or... Read More

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By: mhuppert | September 12, 2019

Project Pacific – Workload Evolution in vSphere

Project Pacific – Workload Evolution in vSphere

Project Pacific was definitely one of the most exciting and most talked about announcement at this past VMworld. In case you missed the big news, check out this quick snippet of the Day 1 Keynote where Pat Gelsinger and Joe Beda (one of the co-creators of Kubernetes, now at VMware) introduces Project Pacific to the

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By: mhuppert | September 12, 2019

Project Pacific at Tech Field Day Extra at VMworld 2019

Project Pacific at Tech Field Day Extra at...

VMware was happy to host Tech Field Day Extra at VMworld 2019. We covered lots of great content. But by far the biggest news of the week for vSphere fans was the announcement of Project Pacific, a rearchitecture of vSphere with Kubernetes. Attendees were eager to learn more about Project Pacific and Tech Field Day The post Project Pacific at Tech Field Day Extra at VMworld 2019 appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.

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By: mhuppert | September 10, 2019

Project Pacific – Namespaces on Kubernetes

Project Pacific – Namespaces on Kubernetes

The following product demo will show you how to create vSphere Namespaces and enable policy for your development teams. You will also see how Namespace policies are enforced through both vSphere and the embedded Kubernetes clusters.

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By: mhuppert | September 10, 2019

Project Pacific – Technical Overview

Project Pacific – Technical Overview

This is a demonstration of VMware Project Pacific. Project Pacific fundamentally changes how developers get access to vSphere Infrastructure and How IT Operations provides Governance. Kubernetes is now part of vSphere. Let’s take a look.

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By: mhuppert | September 09, 2019

Run Windows Containers on VMware Enterprise PKS

Run Windows Containers on VMware Enterprise PKS

The adoption of containers is exploding because their lightweight and portable nature enables more reliable software delivery and accelerated software development and testing. Windows applications in containers have not enjoyed the same explosive growth as Linux applications, mainly because of lack of production ready Windows container orchestrator and management. Analysts estimate that 85 percent of The post Run Windows Containers on VMware Enterprise PKS appeared first on Cloud Native Apps... Read More

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By: mhuppert | September 06, 2019

Infrastructure self-service with Project Pacific

Infrastructure self-service with Project Pacific

With Project Pacific, we have integrated Kubernetes natively into vSphere. This new control plane allows you to manage both VMs and containers side-by-side in the vCenter you know and love. As mentioned in our technical overview post, there are two types of Kubernetes clusters that now run natively in vSphere: a “Supervisor Kubernetes cluster” control The post Infrastructure self-service with Project Pacific appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog.

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By: mhuppert | September 05, 2019

VMware launches free Kubernetes training platform

VMware launches free Kubernetes training platform

'Kubernetes Academy' features current VMware staff as instructors.

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By: mhuppert | August 17, 2019

Announcing VMware Enterprise PKS 1.5 with Enhanced Features For Production Workloads

Announcing VMware Enterprise PKS 1.5 with...

We are excited to announce that VMware Enterprise PKS 1.5 will be generally available in the second half of August. This new release will bring a list of features designed to deliver a more robust platform for running production workloads. VMware Enterprise PKS 1.5, shipping Kubernetes 1.14, will enable running Windows containers on the platform The post Announcing VMware Enterprise PKS 1.5 with Enhanced Features For Production Workloads appeared first on Cloud Native Apps Blog.

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By: mhuppert | August 13, 2019

VMware Cloud on AWS Giveaways at VMworld US

VMware Cloud on AWS Giveaways at VMworld US

Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure and management is certainly going to be top of mind for many of our customers attending this year. There are a large number of resources this year that customers will be able to take advantage of at VMworld including deep technical breakouts, Instructor Led Workshops, Customer Panels, Short Lightning Talks, Meet the The post VMware Cloud on AWS Giveaways at VMworld US appeared first on VMware Cloud Community.

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By: mhuppert | August 13, 2019

Wavefront at VMworld US 2019 – San Francisco

Wavefront at VMworld US 2019 – San Francisco

VMworld US 2019 is around the corner, and this year Wavefront will have its biggest presence yet. To help you plan your time, we’ve prepared an overview of key Wavefront sessions and activities. Discover how to save money and drive innovation at breakout sessions on Kubernetes and Multi-cloud, and hands-on labs to get close and The post Wavefront at VMworld US 2019 – San Francisco appeared first on VMware Cloud Community.

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By: mhuppert | August 12, 2019

VMworld 2019 US Hands-on Labs – VMware Odyssey: What’s New and Cool

VMworld 2019 US Hands-on Labs - Know Before You Go

Make your mark at Hands-on Labs VMworld 2019 US! Over the last 12 months, our team has been working tirelessly to create a meaningful experience for you. This year we have 83 new labs across all of our products and several never-before-seen offerings. What's New? We are excited to be introducing sev

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By: mhuppert | August 12, 2019

VMworld Run 2019??

VMworld Run 2019??

Advertise here with BSA A few folks had asked me if I will be organizing a VMworld RUN again in San Francisco this year. I organized one in 2009 and then after that, the VMworld team took over. In Las Vegas running wasn’t really an option considering the heat. But now that we are back in San Francisco the The post VMworld Run 2019?? appeared first on Yellow Bricks.

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By: mhuppert | August 12, 2019

Kubernetes is Set to Take Over VMworld US 2019: Here’s What to See and Do

Kubernetes is Set to Take Over VMworld US 2019:...

Is your organization running or moving toward Kubernetes? If so, don’t miss a preview of VMware’s Kubernetes offering at VMworld 2019 US, August 25-29, in San Francisco. With more than 80 breakout sessions, expert roundables, and hands-on trainings, Kubernetes activities are set for a full-on takeover of VMworld 2019. Read on to get a taste The post Kubernetes is Set to Take Over VMworld US 2019: Here’s What to See and Do appeared first on Cloud Native Apps Blog.

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By: mhuppert | August 08, 2019

Site Recovery Manager at VMworld 2019

Site Recovery Manager at VMworld 2019

Disaster Recovery continues to be a hot topic and that isn’t changing at VMworld 2019. Site Recovery Manager is the premier DR orchestration tool for vSphere environments and that is reflected this year in San Francisco. There are a number of sessions covering everything from the basics of SRM and DRaaS, what’s new in the The post Site Recovery Manager at VMworld 2019 appeared first on Virtual Blocks.

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