IBM Unveils New Open Source Tools for Kubernetes

Virtualization Review | November 18, 2019

IBM today added two new open-source tools to the Kubernetes ecosystem: Kui, which is designed to address the "chunky experience" developers face working in hybrid multi-cloud deployments; and Iter8, a new Istio ecosystem tool designed to help developers benefit from rich data and telemetry collected by Istio. The company unveiled the new projects at the Kubecon + CloudNativeCon co-located events sponsored by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, underway this week in San Diego, CA. Jason McGee, IBM Fellow and VP and CTO of the Cloud Platform group, and Priya Nagpurkar, IBM's Director, Hybrid Cloud Platform Research, talked about it in a post on the IBM Developer Blog.

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In this VMWare Workstation Tutorial, you will learn to boot a VMWare Virtual Machine From USB Flash Drive. VMWare actually does not support from booting all the USB drives. You may find that sometimes it let you boot from some of USB flash drives and other times it fails.

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