In the previous blog – Part 2, I shared some of the on-demand courses available on-line and the ones I shortlisted for my studies and the reasons why. In part 3, I’ll share my study approach, synopsis and tips for the CKA and CKAD exams.
As they say, new year with new opportunities. 2020 brought many changes in everyday work. I changed roles, not only working with vRealize but with the whole VMware technology, hopefully it will bring many more challenges as well as opportunities. At the beginning of the year, I managed to […]
With the VMware Tanzu RabbitMQ Kubernetes operator, now generally available, developers can manage their messaging services with the same low-code approach wherever K8s is deployed. It enables simple and fast deployment, low DevOps maintenance, and access to the K8s ecosystem for logging, monitoring, and tracking. Learn more in this post.
Today we’re announcing the general availability of VMware Tanzu RabbitMQ for Kubernetes. Based on the widely popular open source RabbitMQ messaging system, Tanzu RabbitMQ is designed to work seamlessly with Tanzu Editions and also run on any certified Kubernetes distribution, […]
While vSphere with Kubernetes gaining adoption across all sort of business domains, the product team released the latest update to add a couple of features to the Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Services (TKGs).
The VMware Customer Reliability Engineering team is proud to announce an open source reliability scanner for Kubernetes! It includes an extensible set of reliability assessments performed against various components of a cluster, such as pods, namespaces, and services. Get the details in our post.
The VMware Customer Reliability Engineering (CRE) team is proud to announce an open source Reliability Scanner for Kubernetes! It includes an extensible set of reliability assessments, or checks, performed against various components of a cluster, such as Pods, Namespaces, Services, etc.
Implementing Kubernetes within an IT environment has an impact on every role that has a responsibility … The post Managing Kubernetes : Each Role has a Part to Play appeared first on VMware Cloud Community.
All Modern Application training resources are now centralized on Partner University. You can now find Tanzu Connect Webinar recordings, Hands-on Labs, and courses for Solutions, MSCs, and more all in one place!
We’ve centralized all Modern Application training resources on Partner University so that you can easily find Tanzu Connect Webinar recordings, Hands-on Labs, and courses for Solutions, MSCs, and more all in one place! #schooled The VMware Modern Application Platform (MAP) Solution Competency […]
Come hang out with Scott Lowe as he takes a look at the latest iteration of Cluster API. In this episode we’ll explore new features found in the most recent versions of Cluster API and see how they work!
Jean Philippe Barleaza, VP Partners, Alliance and General Business EMEA, VMware Earlier this year three quarters of CIOs named app modernization as a top priority, but at the same time almost 48% of executives admitted it had been over a year since they’d made improvements to their app portfolios. Why? The reality is that most […] The post Five reasons VMware Tanzu is the next big opportunity for partners appeared first on VMware EMEA Blog.
Today a coworker of mine asked if I have a 5 minute overview of Kubernetes and I referred him to one of my older posts Containers for the vSphere Admin: After School Special Update and I noticed a lot has changed since then. So instead of updating that post, because I think we need a […]
What can Tanzu’s Observability capabilities do to give insight into the serverless world of Azure Functions? Check out this introduction to code instrumentation to help lay the groundwork for further discovery.
Your Kubernetes clusters are up and running on vSphere 7 with Tanzu and you can’t wait to get started on your first project. But before you get to that, you might want to enable the Harbor registry so that you can privately store your own container images and […]
Come hang out with Joe as he does a bit of hands on hacking of Kubernetes and related topics. Some of this will be Joe talking about the things he knows. Some of this will be Joe exploring something new with the audience. Come join the fun, ask questions, comment, and participate in the live chat! This week we are going to explore CDK8s (https://cdk8s.io/). This is the Cloud Development Kit for Kubernetes made by our friends over at AWS. It is a set of libraries (primarily typescript) for generating Kubernetes config/yaml. Joe doesn’t know typescript so this should be fun…Read More
As if I needed more ideas for my blog, William Lam challenged me to test a nice little tool he had just blogged about. The blog was about leveraging a cool tool – vcsim – that records an existing vCenter inventory, restores a fake version of it and lets you interact with this simulated vCenter […]
This is not going to be an eye-opening new post about bootstrapping Kubernetes – a lot of people have done it and several blog posts already exists. I’m hoping to capture the information here to serve as an easy documentation for myself and other beginners in the area of Kubernetes and Cloud […]