So you are now running containers in production and you are starting to get the hang of things. You notice that while it was easy to get started, now your costs are going up as you add more and more containers. It my be time to move to a different Continue reading Five ways to avoid Container Lock-in
Do you want to run kubectl vsphere commands from a container? Do you want to be able to specify containers and also call the VM Service in the same YAML file? Well you have come to the right place. I built a simple container that takes 5 variables and sends Continue reading The kubectl vsphere container is here
So you have been evaluating the new Tanzu for vSphere VM Service for some time and you want to start to integrate it into your CI/CD Pipelines? Well you have come to the right place. So you have been evaluating the new Tanzu for vSphere VM Service for some time Continue reading Configuring Jenkins Pipelines to use the Tanzu VM Service
Today a coworker of mine asked if I have a 5 minute overview of Kubernetes and I referred him to one of my older posts Containers for the vSphere Admin: After School Special Update and I noticed a lot has changed since then. So instead of updating that post, because Continue reading Tanzu for the vSphere Admin
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!
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
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