With vSphere 7 and VCF 4.0 we announced vSphere with Kubernetes, an combination of a new control plane for vSphere operations through a K8s-like declarative control plane and the ability to deploy vanilla K8s clusters through Tanzu Kubernetes Grid. TKG and vSphere with Kubernetes offer a slightly…Read More
I have been completed projects such as individual on the DevOps Field such as Hybrid Cloud Container and Cloud Automatization POC’s. VMware and many other manufacturers in this field, such as Red Hat, VxRail, Nutanix, are now producing new technologies for Customers.
As the follows below I have prepared a Small DevOps Project that wonders who want to learn about the Automatization side of DevOps & Cloud Side how to enable business process it into Container with Code-Pipeline.
First of all, you should know that Node JS or Python experiences are important plus ++ and also using it on Visual Studio Code will make it quite easy for you to use Git code-level.
### You can do this with same steps on Docker Container if you wish. It’s a little easier to accomplish on it.
I’ll show you my next DevOps & Cloud Article project how to do the same process as Docker Container on Amazon AWS Cloud and MS Azure Cloud by Ansible or Puppet.
By the way, the same project is now completed by a customer’s Container and Cloud infrastructure
You can find my Project Article on my GitHub page below;
TGI Kubernetes 114: Grokking Kubernetes: Scheduling Workloads.
Come hang out with Duffie Cooley as he does a bit of hands on hacking of Kubernetes and related topics. Some of this will be Duffie talking about the things he knows. Some of this will be Duffie exploring something new with the audience. Come join the fun, ask questions, comment, and participate in the live chat! This week we are back on the Grokking Series to talk about how and what workload scheduling can do for us.
New pricing on VMware Cloud Foundation for Cloud Providers
With the recent announcement of VMware Cloud Foundation 4.0, we are excited to announce a new way for Cloud Providers to consume VCF. Build-Your-Own-VCF VMware is bringing SDDC Manager to the Flex Pricing Model as a new add-on. This means that partners can consume it on the vRAM based licensing model. VMware Cloud Foundation, which The post New pricing on VMware Cloud Foundation for Cloud Providers appeared first on VMware Cloud Provider Blog.
The Evolution of our Integrated Stack strategy for Cloud Providers
VMware is happy to announce the updated roadmap to the Integrated Stack for Cloud Providers. VMware has been developing the Cloud Provider Pod as a way for partners to get up and running quickly on the Software-Defined Datacenter and offer a vCloud Director based cloud offering. Cloud Provider Pod has helped partners with Day 0 The post The Evolution of our Integrated Stack strategy for Cloud Providers appeared first on VMware Cloud Provider Blog.
Highlights of New Features and Improvements in vSphere 7/vSAN 7/NSX-T 3 for High Performance Computing and Machine Learning
vSphere 7.0 is the biggest release of vSphere in over a decade, with a completely new design to power modernization of both infrastructure and applications. The headline news is that vSphere now support Kubernetes natively, so that you can run VMs and containers on the same platform. In addition, the new release of vSphere 7.0 The post Highlights of New Features and Improvements in vSphere 7/vSAN 7/NSX-T 3 for High Performance Computing and Machine Learning appeared first on Virtualize…Read More
We are pleased to announce General Availability (GA) of VMware Cloud Foundation 4.0! Cloud Foundation 4 was announced during our Modern Apps Launch event on March 10th and excitement around the latest version of VMware’s hybrid cloud platform has been growing since. With Release 4.0, Cloud Foundation takes a significant step forward in offering customers The post Announcing General Availability of VMware Cloud Foundation 4.0 appeared first on Cloud Foundation.