Deploy a Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Cluster on vSphere 7

In two previous posts (here and here) I described how to enable vSphere with Kubernetes in vSphere 7. Although VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) is required from a licensing/support perspective to run vSphere with Kubernetes, it’s technically possible to enable vSphere with Kubernetes without VCF. After vSphere with … [Read more...]

Comparing Tanzu Kubernetes Grid offerings

VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid (TKG) provides a consistent, upstream-compatible implementation of Kubernetes, that is tested, signed, and supported by VMware. Tanzu Kubernetes Grid is central to many of the offerings in VMware’s Tanzu portfolio. As you might have noticed, there are currently five different TKG … [Read more...]

How to deploy vSphere 7 with Kubernetes on a single not-nested ESXi node

In a previous article I explained how to deploy vSphere with Kubernetes on a nested two node ESXi environment. Because the deployment wizard doesn’t check if you have the required number of ESXi hosts available you can even choose to deploy vSphere with Kubernetes on a single host. William Lam already posted an … [Read more...]

vSphere 7 with Kubernetes – 2 Node Lab Deployment

I was really looking forward to get my hands on vSphere 7 with Kubernetes. Although a minimum of 3 hosts is required in a VCF setup, the vSphere Web Client told me a two node cluster should also suffice…and in the meantime I’ve learned even a one node (lab) deployment is an option. In this article […] … [Read more...]

Is cloud-native becoming mainstream? Yes, says CNCF

The CNCF published its 2020 survey report, and claims cloud-native has become mainstream. Let's look at their findings and conclusion. "Is cloud-native becoming mainstream? Yes, says CNCF" by Joep Piscaer was originally published on VirtualLifestyle.nl Originally posted on VirtualLifestyle.nl by Joep PiscaerFollow … [Read more...]