Tag: Tanzu

Create Virtual Machines in vSphere with Tanzu using kubectl

This article explains how you can create Virtual Machines in Kubernetes Namespaces in vSphere with Tanzu. The deployment of Virtual Machines in Kubernetes namespaces using kubectl was shown in demonstrations but is currently (as of

AIOps – Use Some Intelligence (Part 2)

Welcome everyone to the second and final part of my AIOps introduction. If you haven’t seen the first part, please go back to that one for context. In part 1 we talked about the challenges

What’s New, Part 2, in vSphere 7 Update 2

It’s been a week since vSphere 7 Update 2 became available, and we continue to publish new information about it every day. Every update release to vSphere has new features. This one has about 20

VMware ESXi 7.0 Update 2 on Intel NUC

VMware vSphere ESXi 7.0 Update 2 has been released this week and before you start to deploy it to production, you want to evaluate it in your testing environment or homelab. If you have Intel

vSphere 7 Update 2 – Tanzu and vSAN Enhancements

I haven’t done one of these VMware Update release posts in a while… Having attended the #vExpert pre-brief a couple weeks back I thought there was enough relevant goodness to share. It’s been such an

Announcing: vSphere 7 Update 2 Release

(Blog post by Himanshu Singh and Bob Plankers, Cloud Platform Business Unit, VMware) We are excited to share that today VMware has released vSphere 7 Update 2. It is available to download right away, both

How to Backup and Restore NSX-T

NSX-T is a critical infrastructure component and it is crucial to have a working backup and restore plan. With complex products, the backup and restore strategy gets more complicated. When working with Virtual Machines, the

Photon OS 4.0 Release Announcement

Photon OS team is pleased to announce the release of Photon 4.0 following the Beta release in November 2020. The release can be downloaded from the Downloads page in the pre-packaged binary formats including bootable ISO,

vSphere with Tanzu – SupervisorControlPlaneVM Excessive Disk WRITE IO

After deploying the latest version of VMware vSphere with Tanzu (vCenter Server 7.0 U1d / v1.18.2-vsc0.0.7-17449972), I noticed that the Virtual Machines running the Control Plane (SupervisorControlPlaneVM) had a constant disk write IO of 15

Why Choose VMware Virtualization for Kubernetes and Containers

Over the past 20+ years, virtualization has become a standard infrastructure building block for hundreds of millions of applications, including those on public cloud. It triumphed because of the powerful abstraction it provides over physical