Harbor, an enterprise class registry server

Harbor, an enterprise class registry server [vorcunus.blog]

Harbor, an enterprise class registry server

With the GA release of vSphere Integrated Containers (aka VIC) on December, VMware also announced an enterprise class registry server based on the open source Docker Distribution that allows us to store and distribute container images in our datacenter. While VIC Engine (actually the core component of VIC) is great for providing a container runtime for vSphere, enterprise customers governed by strict regulations require a more private solution in order to store and manage container images rather than the default cloud-based registry service from Docker. Docker has already a private solution, which is called Trusted Registry, but the lack of enterprise grade functionalities such as increased control and security, identity and management…Read More


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Docker Containerd Explained in Plain Words

Docker Containerd Explained in Plain Words — via VMware Cloud-Native Apps Blog

Docker Containerd Explained in Plain Words

I have been frequently asked “what’s [Docker] Containerd?” The short answer I gave may be of benefit for the larger community so I am turning this into a short blog post. I hope the condensed format is useful.


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Coming of Age in a Cross-Cloud World

Coming of Age in a Cross-Cloud World – via VMware Cloud Management Blog

Coming of Age in a Cross-Cloud World

A recent whitepaper from VMware argues that it was in 2006 when the first cloud services came to market and the term “cloud” found its way into business vernacular. Back then, some 29 million workloads were managed by IT teams worldwide, with just two percent managed in any kind of cloud (and most of that was Salesforce—we’ve come a long way since then).


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VMware Cloud Foundation – Delete Workload Domain

VMware Cloud Foundation – Delete Workload Domain

VMware Cloud Foundation – Delete Workload Domain

In this video, I’ve completed the imaging and initial bring up process for the VMware Cloud Foundation instance. It includes two qualified top-of-rack switches, a management switch and 12 vSAN Ready Nodes. A four-node Management Domain is in place along with a five-node VI Workload Domain. Now, we’ll show how to automate the removal of a workload domain. Now, we’ll add capacity to the workload domain from available vSAN Ready Nodes in the VMware Cloud Foundation instance. There is a ton of automated goodness happening under the hood during the workload domain creation phase. Watch closely and you’ll catch the tasks being orchestrated across the integrated platform.


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VMware Cloud Foundation – Expand Workload Domain

VMware Cloud Foundation – Expand Workload Domain

VMware Cloud Foundation – Expand Workload Domain

In this video, we’ve completed the imaging and initial bring up process for the VMware Cloud Foundation instance. It includes two qualified top-of-rack switches, a management switch and 12 vSAN Ready Nodes. A four-node Management Domain is in place along with a four-node VI Workload Domain. Now, we’ll add capacity to the workload domain from available vSAN Ready Nodes in the VMware Cloud Foundation instance. There is a ton of automated goodness happening under the hood during the workload domain creation phase. Watch closely and you’ll catch the tasks being orchestrated across the integrated platform.


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VMware Cloud Foundation – Expand Workload Domain

VMware Cloud Foundation – Expand Workload Domain

VMware Cloud Foundation – Expand Workload Domain

In this video, we’ve completed the imaging and initial bring up process for the VMware Cloud Foundation instance. It includes two qualified top-of-rack switches, a management switch and 12 vSAN Ready Nodes. A four-node Management Domain is in place along with a four-node VI Workload Domain. Now, we’ll add capacity to the workload domain from available vSAN Ready Nodes in the VMware Cloud Foundation instance. There is a ton of automated goodness happening under the hood during the workload domain creation phase. Watch closely and you’ll catch the tasks being orchestrated across the integrated platform.


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​vRealize Production Test 1.7.0 is now GA -…

vRealize Production Test 1.7.0 is now GA – VMware News and Updates

​vRealize Production Test 1.7.0 is now GA -…

vRealize Production Test 1.7.0 is now GA. This tool was created from the ground up by the Management BU Engineering Services Organization to help customers monitor their vRealize Suite tools in a production setting and ensure they are functioning as expected. This tool goes far beyond the ping or API tests that you may have had to rely on…Read More


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Interested in beta testing VMware Cloud on AWS?…

Interested in beta testing VMware Cloud on AWS? Indicate your interest!

Interested in beta testing VMware Cloud on AWS?…

Currently in Technology Preview, VMware Cloud on AWS will provide enterprise class application performance, reliability, availability and security with the best-in-class VMware technologies, all optimized to run on AWS, the #1 public cloud provider.


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VMware vRealize Code Stream 2.2.0 is now GA -…

VMware vRealize Code Stream 2.2.0 is now GA – VMware News and Updates

VMware vRealize Code Stream 2.2.0 is now GA -…

Happy New Year 2017! Today, VMware vRealize Code Stream 2.2.0 is now GA. VMware vRealize Code Stream provides release automation and continuous delivery to enable frequent, reliable software releases while reducing operational risks. VMware has announced the End of Distribution (EOD) of VMware vRealize Code Stream 2.1 and earlier versions containing JFrog Artifactory effective December…Read More


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Interested in VMware Cloud on AWS? Learn more…

Interested in VMware Cloud on AWS? Learn more with these videos.

Interested in VMware Cloud on AWS? Learn more…

This year at VMworld Barcelona we provided a technical preview of the VMware Cloud on AWS service. With this partnership, we’re bringing the most trusted private cloud and the most used public cloud together for a seamless and integrated software-defined data center experience. It allows customers to use VMware’s proven tools on AWS’ global footprint. The post Interested in VMware Cloud on AWS? Learn more with these videos. appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog .


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