As a part of my effort to use Infrastructure as Code to define and automate VMware environments, I’m taking a look at Terraform for VMware provisioning. In this article, I will give a brief intro to Terraform, talk about how it can help in managing your enterprise environments, as well as how …Read More
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Most readers are already familiar with VMware NSX as a natural platform for intrinsic security in the data center. They understand that NSX’s service-defined firewall is enabling network and security operators to use a distributed software-based solution to replace centralized hardware-based deployments. The intrusion detection and prevention system (IDS/IPS) functionality released with NSX-T 3.0 enhances The post NSX Distributed IDS/IPS is Generally Available appeared first on Network…Read More
I have been working with Tanzu Kubernetes Grid (TKG) quite a bit lately and using their new slick TKG CLI for deploying standalone Tanzu Kubernetes Clusters (TKC) which can run in both VMware Cloud on AWS as well as your on-premises vSphere 6.7 Update 3 environment. If you have vSphere 7 and the vSphere with […]
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