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Simplify Operations using vSphere Lifecycle Manager and vSAN 7U1

Simplify Operations using vSphere Lifecycle Manager and vSAN 7U1

In the previous two blog posts, we discussed the new announcements from VMware for delivering developer ready infrastructure and scaling infrastructure without compromise. In this blog post, we will cover the remaining announcements that focus on further simplifying operations for virtualization admins. Back in April, VMware announced vSphere Lifecycle Manager (vLCM) and the simplicity it … Continue reading Simplify Operations using vSphere Lifecycle Manager and vSAN 7U1

VMware Cloud Foundation 4 – vSphere with Kubernetes

VMware Cloud Foundation 4 – vSphere with Kubernetes

"We want to modernize our infrastructure in such a way that we can perform daily code commits into our production environments". If this is your strategy for this year or the next, then this is the blog for you. This is the next blog in the series around VMware Cloud Foundation, where we will discuss … Continue reading VMware Cloud Foundation 4 – vSphere with Kubernetes

VMware Cloud Foundation 4 – Built using vSAN 7

VMware Cloud Foundation 4 – Built using vSAN 7

VMware vSAN is the industry's leading Hyperconverged Infrastructure Solution, so when it came time to release a new version of VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF), it only made sense to build it using the latest version of vSAN. vSAN has gone through some major enhancements since it was first released as part of vSphere 5.5 U1 … Continue reading VMware Cloud Foundation 4 – Built using vSAN 7

Installing Kubernetes cluster using Windows Server nodes

Installing Kubernetes cluster using Windows Server nodes

In the previous blog, we talked about what Windows containers are and how developers can start using them for modernizing their applications. In this blog, we will look at how you can deploy a Kubernetes cluster that uses Windows Server nodes as the worker nodes to run these Windows containers. As we discussed in the … Continue reading Installing Kubernetes cluster using Windows Server nodes

Installing Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) On-Prem on VMware vSAN

Installing Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) On-Prem on VMware vSAN

In the last three blogs of this series, we covered the overview and concepts of Anthos and GKE On-Prem(Part I and II). Now, its time for the rubber to meet the road. In this blog post, we walk through the actual installation steps for getting GKE On-Prem running inside your Datacenter on vSphere 6.5. For … Continue reading Installing Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) On-Prem on VMware vSAN

Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) On-Prem – Part I

Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) On-Prem – Part I

Welcome Back! I am going to assume that all of you understand what Google Anthos is and the problems it is trying to solve. If you don't, then you should go back and quickly read through the first post in this series, where we talk about Anthos…….  Done? Let's go then... This is the second … Continue reading Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) On-Prem – Part I

Architecting a Disaster Recovery Solution for ThinkAgile VX using VMware Cloud on AWS

Architecting a Disaster Recovery Solution for ThinkAgile VX using VMware Cloud on AWS

Disaster Recovery Planning has become one of the top priorities for IT organizations irrespective of the industry segment or size of the business. In the last year itself, we saw United Airlines have an outage which led to the grounding of all domestic flights in the United States, we saw Gitlabs have an outage due … Continue reading Architecting a Disaster Recovery Solution for ThinkAgile VX using VMware Cloud on AWS