I just recently found a super easy way to install and learn Kubernetes. It also happens to work on Photon OS so that means it works across VMware products and services like Fusion, vSphere and VMware Cloud on AWS, I tested it on all of them so you’re good to Continue reading Install Kubernetes on VMware Photon in 15 min. or less!
Before you begin, just a disclaimer that at the time of writing this post this is not actually supported by VMware. With that said proceed at your own risk. In this post I will show you how to create a private non-routed network in VMC on AWS. Why would you Continue reading How to create private networks in VMware Cloud on AWS
It’s a different world this year as we all know but hey the good news is VMworld is free for everyone to attend from the comfort of home! A pandemic is not going to stop the constant innovation that is happening at VMware and now we get to share it Continue reading My Top 10 VMworld 2020 Session Picks
Sometimes you feel like a container…. Sometimes you don’t…. So you are building that next killer app or just starting to migrate your apps to containers but you realized you’re just gonna need to provision a VM to complete the build process. Well you are in the right place. In Continue reading How to use Docker and Kubernetes to provision vSphere VM’s
I have been working on a project for some time and ran into an issue where I was trying to run a shell script remotely on a Centos 7 VM and it just hangs. Turns out there is an issue with executing firewalld commands from PowerCLI using the invoke-VMscript commandlet. Continue reading PowerCli Invoke-VMScript Firewalld gotcha and workaroud
So you just got your SDDC deployed and the VPN is connected and you can ping your on-prem hosts from the cloud SDDC but you are unable to connect to them via HTTP or HTTPS. Make sure you have opened firewall ports on in the VMware Cloud on AWS Portal. Continue reading VMware Cloud on AWS Cisco ASA VPN Gotcha
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
In a previous post I showed you how to create Windows and NFS shares on VMware Cloud on AWS that land on Amazon S3 storage. What about if you wanted to use your local vSAN storage to present these services to your VM’s. In this guide I will show you Continue reading How to serve NFS, iSCSI and Windows File shares on VMware Cloud on AWS