Keeping Agile Teams Productive When Working…

Keeping Agile Teams Productive When Working Remotely

Keeping Agile Teams Productive When Working…

This post was co-authored by Weiman Kow, a product designer in VMware Pivotal Labs’ Singapore office. Agility means being able to quickly react and respond. One thing that organizations have had to urgently respond to, especially in recent times, is the operational shift to increasingly remote […]


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Use Cases for Machine Learning on VMware Cloud…

Use Cases for Machine Learning on VMware Cloud on AWS – Part 3 – Hybrid Cloud for ML Platforms and Tools

Use Cases for Machine Learning on VMware Cloud…

This is part 3 in a series of blog articles on the various use cases for machine learning applications on VMware Cloud on AWS and other VMware Cloud infrastructure. We talked about tabular data as a great target for ML apps in part 1. We also showed that the classic linear and decision tree […]


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Learn How to Build and Maintain Images with…

Learn How to Build and Maintain Images with KubeAcademy’s New Course

Learn How to Build and Maintain Images with…

We’re excited to announce a new KubeAcademy course— Building Images. Designed for developers, devops engineers, and architects, this intermediate-level course covers different approaches for building images. Completing it will give you the skills and understanding needed to easily start […]


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Upgrading Kubernetes the Easy Way with Tanzu…

Upgrading Kubernetes the Easy Way with Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Service for vSphere

Upgrading Kubernetes the Easy Way with Tanzu…

Lifecycle management is one of the most complicated components of Kubernetes. In a past article, we showed how to modify a cluster to change the type and size of its nodes. In this post, we will explain how to upgrade the Kubernetes version of a Tanzu Kubernetes cluster when there is a new […]


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Configuring dnsmasq as PXE Server for ESXi

Configuring dnsmasq as PXE Server for ESXi

Configuring dnsmasq as PXE Server for ESXi

One really cool thing that I came to learn while setting up the infrastructure to network boot the latest Raspberry Pi 4 was the use of dnsmasq, which I have used in the past but I did not realize it could do so much more. In addition to providing DNS services, it can also be […]


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Apple Introduces Big Upgrades for the…

Apple Introduces Big Upgrades for the Enterprise at WWDC 2020

Apple Introduces Big Upgrades for the…

Usually a jam-packed, in-person event, Apple held its first virtual Worldwide Developers Conference this year, June 22-26, from their headquarters in Cupertino, CA. As usual, we at VMware have a summary of the most important announcements as well as some insight into what we’ve seen and heard. […]


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The Importance of Isolation for Security

The Importance of Isolation for Security

The Importance of Isolation for Security

I have wanted to write about the importance of isolation & segmentation in IT infrastructure for a while now, but with everything going on this year it felt like it would be redundant. However, over the last few months there have been several high-severity, high-profile CVEs (some ours, […]


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VMware’s Contour becomes the CNCF’s latest…

VMware’s Contour becomes the CNCF’s latest incubation-level project

VMware’s Contour becomes the CNCF’s latest…

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation said today it has accepted Contour, an open-source ingress controller for Kubernetes, as its latest incubation-level project. Contour was first built by a company called Heptio Inc., which […]


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