Project Pacific K8S explained in Amazon EC2 terms

Kubernetes is a cool and powerful development platform. Also with the announcement of Project Pacific it is not just a container platform anymore. With Pacific you can also spin up traditional virtual machines with the same Kubernetes commands as well as a fully compliant Kubernetes Cluster. When I first started Continue reading Project Pacific K8S explained in Amazon EC2 terms

What Project Pacific Really means for VMware

This week at VMworld, VMware announced Project Pacific, Kubernetes built into vSphere. As a VMware employee I have been following and supporting this project for some time. In my opinion this innovation is right there next to vMotion and HA, a simple and elegant feature that transform VMware from so Continue reading What Project Pacific Really means for VMware

VMware in the Clouds – Cheat Sheet

It has been a huge year for VMware! So many clouds so many announcements. Here is a quick reference guide to what VMware is offering in public clouds. Any Cloud: Software as a service management tools delivered from the Cloud to be able to manage across both vSphere and your Continue reading VMware in the Clouds – Cheat Sheet

Containers for the vSphere Admin: After School Special Update

Sorry, no awkward family drama show here, just an update to the ongoing and evolving world of containers. In this post I will provide an update on the state of Windows containers and the rise of Kubernetes. What is a Windows Container? Like Linux Containers, Windows Containers are Microsoft Windows Continue reading Containers for the vSphere Admin: After School Special Update

Photon Platform or vSphere or Both?

Just back from another successful VMworld and a lot of folks asking for the slides from this session. While the official slides are being posted on VMworld.com shortly I did want to follow up with a blog post on this for anyone that was unable to attend in person. As Continue reading Photon Platform or vSphere or Both?

How to import vRA7 Blueprints as code

vRealize Automation has a ton of great new features that make it easier than ever to build and manage your hybrid cloud. In this guide I will walk you trough using the latest Cloud Client Command Line utility to import blueprints as code.