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TGI Kubernetes 110: Cluster-api v3
Come hang out with Duffie Cooley as he does a bit of hands on hacking of Kubernetes and related topics. Some of this will be Duffie talking about the things he knows. Some of this will be Duffie exploring something new with the audience. Come join the fun, ask questions, comment, and participate in the live chat! cluster-api version 3!
Scaling Distributed Machine Learning leveraging VMware Bitfusion on Kubernetes with NVIDIA GPUs
VMware Bitfusion extends the power of VMware vSphere’s virtualization technology to GPUs. VMware Bitfusion helps enterprises disaggregate the GPU compute and dynamically attach GPUs anywhere in the datacenter just like attaching storage. Bitfusion enables use of any arbitrary fractions of GPUs. Support more users in test and development phase. Distributed machine learning across multiple nodes can be effectively used for training. This video demonstrates the effectiveness of sharing GPU across jobs with minimal loss of performance. VMware Bitfusion makes distributed training scalable across physical resources and makes it limitless from a GPU resources capability. The solution showcases the benefits of combining best in class…Read More
Containing the Revolution: Container Orchestration Simplifies Software Development but Comes at a Cost
Container technology is widely viewed as revolutionizing the software industry. But as with any transformation from the status quo, the container revolution comes with both opportunity and risk. In fact, some of the most important benefits associated with containerization—speed, efficiency and lightweight design—are also responsible for creating new challenges when it comes to compliance and The post Containing the Revolution: Container Orchestration Simplifies Software Development but Comes…Read More
Managing Kubernetes at enterprise scale: A closer look at Tanzu Mission Control
As Kubernetes continues to mature—rounding the corner toward its 6th birthday—we’ve started to see a shift in terms of the challenges our customers need to solve. Initially, Kubernetes installation was complex. As multiple solutions for installation and lifecycle management sprang up, companies seeking to adopt Kubernetes had to figure out the right approach. With the The post Managing Kubernetes at enterprise scale: A closer look at Tanzu Mission Control appeared first on Cloud Native Apps…Read More
Kafka on VMware vSphere with Kubernetes: Deploying the Confluent Operator
This article describes a set of work that was done at VMware’s labs with Confluent staff to demonstrate deployment of the full Confluent Platform, using the Confluent Operator, on VMware vSphere 7 with Kubernetes. The Confluent Platform is a collection of processes, including the Kafka brokers and others that provide cluster robustness, management and scalability. The post Kafka on VMware vSphere with Kubernetes: Deploying the Confluent Operator appeared first on Virtualize Applications.
Sneak peak at deploying Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Plus on vSphere & VMware Cloud on AWS
Last week, VMware had its huge launch which included VMware Cloud Foundation 4, vSphere 7, vSAN 7 and the brand new VMware Tanzu Portfolio that will help organizations build, run and manage modern applications for their business. Although we still have a couple of more months before general availability, the level of excitement for these upcoming […]
VMware Announces Kubernetes Support for VMware Cloud on AWS
VMware has recently rolled out a number of new features for VMware Cloud on AWS. One of the most significant is VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Plus for VMware Cloud on AWS, enabling partners to expand their footprint in existing accounts, sell a unique solution that supports both containers and virtual machines using tools your customers The post VMware Announces Kubernetes Support for VMware Cloud on AWS appeared first on Power of Partnership.
vSpeaking Podcast ep 148: vSphere for Kubernetes
One of the many things announced as part of the vSphere 7 launch is vSphere for Kubrnetes (formerly referred to as Project Pacific). Simply put, VMware has re-architected vSphere to deeply integrate and embed Kubernetes. This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we welcome Glenn Sizemore and Myles Gray to discuss vSphere for Kubernetes, The The post vSpeaking Podcast ep 148: vSphere for Kubernetes appeared first on Virtual Blocks.