Kubernetes and BOSH are key open source technologies in Pivotal Container Service (PKS). Merlin Glynn, Technical Product Manager at VMware, gives an overview of KuBO and explains how operators can deploy and manage Kubernetes clusters on vSphere at scale with BOSH. https://cloud.vmware.com/pivotal-container-service
One of the unique and amazing features of vSphere Integrated Containers, VIC, is its ability to expose containers services directly on a network, which means the traffic would not need to pass through the container host (port mapping), full network throughput per container and outages at the container host DO NOT cause any outages to the container service itself. This capability is possible through the use of Container Network option. On traditional Docker implementation, you could just pass…Read More
Introduction VMware, Amazon Web Services and Microsoft are in the middle of some interesting technology and services roll out that have the potential of moving the needle in cloud adoption (spoiler alert: whatever cloud means). VMware is coming from a very strong (almost exclusive) marketshare in the on-prem data center virtualization . . . → Read More: “VMware Cloud on AWS” Vs. “Azure Stack”
As digital transformation continues to rapidly reshape many enterprises, the growth of containerized applications should come as no surprise. Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) reported that 68 percent of North American enterprises surveyed are actively evaluating containers, and 49 percent are running applications on containers today. EMA examined a broad range of container products in the The post EMA Recommends VMware vSphere Integrated Containers for Enterprise Integration appeared…Read More
There are a number of things to think about before bringing a VMware Cloud on AWS SDDC into your business. How do I connect everything together? Which applications and workloads should I move? How do I manage performance, cost and capacity? All of these are GREAT questions and for answers to these check out a The post How Much VMware Cloud on AWS Will I Need? appeared first on VMware Cloud Management .
On September 12, 2017 at VMworld Europe, VMware announced VMware Cloud Verified. This branding will be used by VMware Cloud Provider partners who utilize VMware Cloud Infrastructure technologies to provide cloud services to their customers. Customers deploying workloads using services of VMware Cloud Provider partners with the Cloud Verified logo are choosing an infrastructure The post VMware Customers: Is Your Cloud Verified? appeared first on VMware Cloud Provider Blog .
If you haven’t yet, I recommend reading the other posts in this series before proceeding. AWS 101: Learning About Regions and Availability Zones AWS 202: Learning About Default VPC AWS 301: Creating A Custom Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) – Networking In my previous blog post, I started to walk us through the process of creating…Read More
VMware HCX technologies provide a high-performance, secure and optimized interconnect that enables large-scale app mobility between on-premises vSphere platforms and one or more VMware Clouds. HCX technologies abstract multisite resources and presents them to the apps as one continuous hybrid cloud, providing infrastructure hybridity. https://cloud.vmware.com/vmware-hcx
Today, we are pleased to announce the newest release of vSphere Integrated Containers (VIC). As part of vSphere 6.5, vSphere Integrated Containers 1.2 will deliver significant new capabilities including the ability to provision native Docker Container Hosts, major security enhancements, and a unified management portal.
Last week at VMworld 2017 in the US, VMware announced the initial availability of VMware Cloud on AWS. It was the focal point for VMware at the event and probably the most important strategic play that VMware has undertaken in it’s history. This partnership was officially announced at last year’s VMworld and at the time I wrote a couple of The post VMware Cloud on AWS: Thoughts One Year On appeared first on VIRTUALIZATION IS LIFE! .