How to use Vagrant to deploy containers on vSphere with VMware Photon!

You already have a large vSphere environment and your developers are quickly eating up space on their Laptops or worse, they are going out to a Public cloud on their corporate card. Why not enable them to use their favorite tools on vSphere? This post is not about using Vagrant Continue reading How to use Vagrant to deploy containers on vSphere with VMware Photon!

Container as a service with vRA/vCAC and Project Photon

Updated 12/7/15, vRO workflows updated to address a reported timing issue. In my last post I showed you how to create a Photon Blueprint in vRA that uses a static IP pool and customizes the Photon guest OS. In this guide let’s take it a step further and allow the Continue reading Container as a service with vRA/vCAC and Project Photon

Docker as a Service in vRA/vCAC part 2 – InstallPullandRun

So you want to offer your developers an Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) that is beyond just traditional Physical, virtual or cloud servers right? Well look no further, vRealize Automation can quickly and easily be extended to accommodate containers as an IaaS offering . In this guide I will show Continue reading Docker as a Service in vRA/vCAC part 2 – InstallPullandRun

Create your own private docker registry on vSphere

It seems that Docker is all the rage right now. One of the limitations I noticed when playing with Docker in my lab is that pulling images from the Docker Hub can be a bit slow and storing images on Dockr hub may not be desirable if your building applications Continue reading Create your own private docker registry on vSphere

Create your own private docker registry on vCloud Air

It seems that Docker is all the rage right now. One of the limitations I noticed when playing with Docker in my lab is that pulling images from the Docker Hub can be a bit slow and storing images on Dockr hub may not be desirable if your building applications Continue reading Create your own private docker registry on vCloud Air

Docker as a Service in vCAC Part 1

Once again I am here to prove that vCAC can integrate with anything. The new kid in town this week ; – ) is Docker Containers. In this example I am using CentOS Linux 6.5 with the vCAC guest agents installed to host Docker. This same example will work with Continue reading Docker as a Service in vCAC Part 1