Looking Forward to Welcoming Heptio, and the Evolution of Multi-Cloud Infrastructure

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By Paul Fazzone, SVP and GM Cloud-Native Apps    Today at VMworld 2018 Europe, I am excited to share some exciting news with our customers and partners specific to our expanded efforts around Kubernetes, an addition to the VMware PKS portfolio and a new partner program around PKS.     Looking Forward to Welcoming Heptio to the VMware Cloud Native Team!  VMware has signed a definitive agreement Read more...

Dispatch to support Knative and Joins Cloud-Native Apps BU

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By Berndt Jung, Senior Manager of Engineering, Serverless, Cloud-Native Apps BU   Dispatch started as an xLabs project to explore serverless computing for VMware. This year-long program resulted in the Dispatch Framework, an enterprise take on open-source Functions as a Service (FaaS). The team graduated from xLabs in August and joined the VMware Cloud-Native Applications Read more...

Going to eXtremes: Securing Cloud-Native Workloads with X.509 Certificates

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By Neel Shah, member of technical staff, Cloud-Native Apps BU An identity management system is critical to enable large-scale software systems to authenticate and authorize users, operators, and software. Traditionally, enterprise security best practices aim to establish trust at the perimeter by securing and segmenting networks. In the cloud-native space, however, security best practices shift Read more...

Configuring Fluent Bit on VKE for AWS Elasticsearch

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By Bahubali Shetti, Director of Public Cloud Solutions for VMware Cloud Services at VMware As noted in one of my earlier blogs, one of the key issues with managing Kubernetes is observability. Observability is the ability to gain insight into multiple data points/sets from the Kubernetes cluster and analyze this data in resolving issues. To review, observability Read more...

Open Source Webinars: Harbor; vSphere Integrated Containers Engine; and BOSH and the vSphere CPI

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In October we have three open source-focused webinars scheduled, bring your questions and come join us!     Harbor is an open source cloud native registry that securely stores container images, signs them as trusted, and scans them for vulnerabilities. Harbor solves common challenges by delivering trust, compliance, performance, and interoperability. It fills a gap Read more...

The Top 10 Features in Kubernetes 1.12

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By Kendrick Coleman, Open Source Technical Product Manager, VMware Right out of the gate, Kubernetes 1.12 started hot with the feature list growing every day. At its peak, there were a total of 64 features that were being tracked either as new features entering alpha or as features progressing through stages to beta or stable. Read more...

Harbor version 1.6.0 is live!

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Project Harbor has released version 1.6.0 with several new features such as Helm charts management, improved LDAP support, image replication, and database migrations. A big thank you to the community for your incredible continued support! Helm charts management Helm has become the de facto package manager of Kubernetes, making it easy to to deploy a vast Read more...

Harbor Joins Cloud Native Computing Foundation

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By James Zabala, Open Source Lead, Cloud Native Apps Today we are thrilled to announce that Harbor has become an official CNCF project, joining the ranks of other cloud-native projects like Rook, SPIFFE, Spire, Open Policy Agent, CloudEvents, and Telepresence. Harbor will enter CNCF as a sandbox project as we continue to add features and Read more...

Harbor Accepted as CNCF-Hosted Project

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Today, we are excited to announce that Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) has accepted Harbor as a Sandbox-level hosted project (read CNCF’s post here). This marks a major milestone for the container registry project that originated as an internal VMware project in China back in 2014 and was open sourced in 2016. With Harbor, VMware Read more...