vSphere With Tanzu – Getting Started with vDS Networking Setup

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(By Michael West, Technical Product Manager, VMware)   With the release of vSphere 7 Update 1, VMware has extended the capability of vSphere with Tanzu (formerly vSphere 7 with Kubernetes) to more fully support your existing vSphere environment.  The fastest way to provide developer ready Kubernetes infrastructure to DevOps teams is through vSphere with Tanzu. Read more...
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VMC on Dell EMC Achieves ISO/IEC 27001:2013 Certification

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By Matt Herreras, Director, Technical Marketing for VMC on Dell EMC VMware’s VMC on Dell EMC solution has just achieved a certificate of compliance for ISO/IEC 27001. This adds to our growing list of security certifications including SOC2 type-1. ISO/IEC is a combination of two international standards bodies: the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and Read more...
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vSphere 7 with Kubernetes – Shared Infrastructure Services

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(By Michael West, Technical Product Manager, VMware)   The early adoption of Kubernetes generally involved patterns of relatively few large clusters deployed to bare metal infrastructure.  While applications running on the clusters tended to be ephemeral, the clusters themselves were not.  What we are seeing today is a shift toward many smaller clusters, aligned with Read more...
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Repointing vCenter Server to another SSO Domain

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Planning, designing, and architecting a vSphere SSO Domain for vCenter Server can occasionally feel complex to many VMware Administrators. Whether building new, changing, or redesigning an SSO Domain, vSphere 6.7 has a great new feature to help lessen this complexity. SSO Domain Repointing was introduced to allow the repointing of a vCenter Server from one Read more...

Infrastructure Self-Service with Project Pacific

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With Project Pacific, we have integrated Kubernetes natively into vSphere. This new control plane allows you to manage both VMs and containers side-by-side in the vCenter you know and love. As mentioned in our technical overview post, there are two types of Kubernetes clusters that now run natively in vSphere: a “Supervisor Kubernetes cluster” control Read more...

Project Pacific – Technical Overview

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Introduction Today we’re introducing Project Pacific as a Technology Preview and we think it’s going to change the way you think about the cloud. 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 Read more...

OpenShift on the VMware SDDC – Architectural Overview

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In this blog, we explore in-depth how VMware and Red Hat are collaborating to better integrate OpenShift Container Platform and VMware’s software-defined data center (SDDC) infrastructure stack per the recent announcement.  We have many mutual customers looking to leverage the combination of their technology investments to their fullest. And with VMware and Red Hat both Read more...