Highlights from KubeCon Europe 17

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Authored by Massimo Re Ferre, Technical Product Manager for Cloud Native Applications Kubecon 2017 contained plenty of presentations that moved the needle further up the steep learning curve of Kubernetes. Listening to the advanced experiences and the enthusiasm of presenters gives you the sense that Kubernetes is here to stick around–and that it will be Read more...

VMware at KubeCon 2017 in Berlin

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  Authored by Nathan Ness, Senior Technical Marketing Engineer, Cloud Native Applications Last week in Berlin, VMware joined the Kubernetes community to support the Cloud Native Computing Foundation community and participate in sessions, share demos, and promote the event.  Did you miss our booth demos or are you looking for a refresher? Here’s what we Read more...

KuBo & The Enterprise Adoption of Microservices Architectures

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  Authored by Paul Fazzone, General Manager, Cloud Native Applications Microservices architectures represent the single biggest change in application development and operations practices in the last 20 years. In a nutshell, microservices are small, discrete application components linked together through lightweight, well-defined APIs. These application components, which are each independently deployable, are linked together in Read more...

VMware Joins the Cloud Native Computing Foundation

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This morning, I’m pleased to announce that VMware is joining Google and the Linux Foundation (among others) as inaugural members of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). You can read more about the foundation itself here. We’ll be working with industry leaders to shape and support standards for managing distributed applications on cloud infrastructure. Over the Read more...

Deploying Mesos and Kubernetes via Big Data Extensions for vSphere

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At VMware, we believe that VMs and containers work best together to provide an agile, efficient infrastructure for application development and deployment. But no web-scale application runs on just a single VM, or even a small group of VMs. Application deployment and operation requires a well-managed cluster, with the ability to elastically scale to meet Read more...

Container Orchestration on VMware – From Dev Box to Production

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I’m at DockerCon Europe today, participating in a panel discussion on orchestration.  It’s an important subject for us, since orchestration is critical for our customers as they move from experimenting with containers to running containerized applications in production. Through our experiences with Distributed Resource Scheduling (DRS) on vSphere and vRealize Automation, we’ve grown familiar with Read more...