We are glad to announce that VMware Cloud Director Container Service Extension (CSE) 4.0. is generally available as of November 18, 2022. CSE is the go-to plug-in for VMware Cloud Director (VCD) users that enables them to create and manage Tanzu Kubernetes (K8s) clusters at scale. As companies […]
We are happy to announce the General Availability of VMware Cloud Director App Launchpad version 2.1.2 as of 17th November 2022. As companies rapidly adopt container technology to run their application for the obvious benefits it offers. With VMware Cloud Director App Launchpad (ALP), Cloud […]
This paper provides the performance improvements of Tanzu RabbitMQ for Kubernetes 1.3 on VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid. And it covered the general functional testing and guidelines for running Apache Kafka on Tanzu Kubernetes Grid.
As you could read in my previous article, during VMware EXPLORE Barcelona 2022, I’ve been given a gift as a vExpert. The nice fan-less unit is now installed with ESXi 8 in my lab, and in this post I’ll share my installation experience and how I found a workaround on not recognized built-in NICs [..]
While looking for something in the vSphere 8.0 API Reference, I stumbled onto a new VM configuration setting in vSphere 8 called exposeVnumaOnCpuHotadd which looks quite interesting and has the following description: Capability to expose virtual NUMA when CPU hotadd is enabled. If set to true, […]
Building off of this amazing post on how to configure multi site, I was working on retiring a site in VCD 10.2.x and discovered there is no option to disconnect a site in the UI until 10.3.x. When retiring an instance for any reason and needing to disconnect the instance from a Multi Site […]
Modern applications are comprised of microservices and require services such as service discovery, encryption, traffic controls, and access controls. For applications created on VMware Tanzu Application Platform, these network and security services are enabled with VMware Tanzu Service Mesh, an [..]
This past weekend I finally got a chance to upgrade my personal homelab to vSphere 8, which went super smooth! As shared on Twitter and Mastadon, I started with my VCSA which was running vSphere 7.0 Update 3h and once that had completed and running for a couple of days, I then upgraded my single […]