One of the big announcements at VMworld was a technology preview called Project Pacific. Project Pacific is a re-architecture of vSphere with Kubernetes as its control plane. To a developer, Project Pacific looks like a Kubernetes cluster where they can use Kubernetes declarative syntax to manage cloud resources like virtual machines, disks and networks. To the IT admin, Project Pacific looks like vSphere – but with the new ability to manage a whole application instead of always dealing with the individual VMs that make it up.
This week we welcome VMware VP & CTO of the Cloud Platform BU, Kit Colbert to dive into the details of Project Pacific.
- VMworld 2019: Pat Gelsinger announces Project Pacific
- VMware Project Pacific
- blog: Introducing Project Pacific
- blog: Five things to know about Project Pacific
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