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VMware Cloud Native Apps at VMworld US 2018: An Overview

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Whether you’re looking for an introduction to container technology or a technical deep dive into VMware’s container products and services, the Cloud Native Apps track at VMworld US has you covered. Case Studies, Customer Panels, Technical Deep Dives, Overviews, Workshops, and Hands on Labs, we have them all. To help you schedule your VMworld and Read more...

Join us for AWS Summit NYC July 17 and Google Next July 24-26

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By Susan Wu, Senior Product Marketing Manager   Summer is the season for containers and events! Below are our plans for conferences hosted by two of the major public cloud providers. Google Cloud Next Google Cloud Next 2018, July 24-26, is back in San Francisco. Join us where developers and the broader cloud community can Read more...

Webcast: Deploy and Manage Enterprise-Grade Kubernetes on vSphere and in the Cloud with PKS

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Security, storage, monitoring, networking, complexity, and logging–these are all among the top challenges of Kubernetes users, according to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s annual survey. Designed to run large-scale Kubernetes deployments in production, VMware Pivotal Container Service (PKS) simplifies deployment and management of Kubernetes by addressing these challenges. Over the last few months, we have Read more...

Open Source Summer Webinars – Join us to learn about Harbor on July 17th!

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As organizations put containerized applications into production, they quickly discover a fundamental truth: they need a secure way to store, scan, and sign their container images. Harbor is an open source cloud native registry that provides trust, compliance, performance, and interoperability. As a private on-premises registry, Harbor fills a gap for organizations that cannot use Read more...

Exploring Kubernetes 1.11

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It’s that time again when the Kubernetes community, like clockwork, comes together for another quarterly release. This version, 1.11, is the midyear release that continues Kubernetes’ march toward stability. As with previous releases, VMware continues to participate and contribute open-source resources to Kubernetes upstream. This post highlights some important features and development in version 1.11. Read more...

Introducing VMware Kubernetes Engine™ (VKE)

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By Bill Shelton and Krishna Ganugapati, VMware Today, we are excited to announce the public beta of VMware Kubernetes Engine, a Kubernetes-as-a-Service offering that is the latest addition to our VMware Cloud Services portfolio. If you are not familiar with VMware Cloud Services, it is a portfolio of SaaS-based offerings designed to help with operations Read more...

PKS + VKE : Consistent Kubernetes Experience for Developers, More Operations Flexibility and Control

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By Paul Fazzone, VP/GM VMware Cloud Native Apps Business Unit Today, VMware announced VMware Kubernetes Engine or VKE, a new offering as part of VMware Cloud Services. VKE is a fully managed SaaS-based service running on AWS, that enables enterprise developers to provision Kubernetes clusters on-demand, without the need to stand up or operate Kubernetes or Read more...

REX-Ray Persists! Your Questions Answered

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REX-Ray is a container storage orchestration engine enabling persistence for cloud native workloads. We have received a few questions from members of the community and they are captured, with answers, below. General Questions Is REX-Ray still being maintained? A: Yes, by VMware.   To what extent is VMware maintaining REX-Ray? A: VMware has committed multiple Read more...

Harbor Delivers a Trusted Cloud Native Registry

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By Patrick Daigle, Senior Technical Marketing Architect, Cloud-Native Apps  There’s no doubt that cloud native services and practices boost developer productivity, and that’s a key reason why enterprises are turning to Kubernetes in droves. But as organizations put containerized applications into production, they quickly discover another fundamental truth: they need a secure way to store, Read more...