The next big evolution of VMware vSphere platform will integrate Kubernetes

Dqindia | November 11, 2019

The next big evolution of VMware vSphere platform will integrate Kubernetes
VMware as a company is looking at how they can serve all the needs of customers in the cloud era, which involves everything from VMware on AWS to essentially helping enterprises embrace modern ways of writing applications.Last year, VMware acquired Kubernetes’ parent company Heptio. A few months ago, they announced plans to deeply integrate and embed Kubernetes into the next version of vSphere. This is being considered as the biggest evolution of vSphere in the last decade. Kubernetes isn’t something new as far as container orchestration is concerned. The open source software has tremendous potential, given its capabilities of automating application deployment, scaling and management. Despite that, the software is yet to reach widespread deployment even after so many years. Things however are set to change very fast with VMware’s acquisition of Kubernetes.

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Organizations are constantly striving to simplify their operational environment to support dynamic business priorities. They are rapidly adopting software-defined data center (SDDC) technologies to drive agility and cost efficiencies by leveraging best-in-class VMware virtualization technologies for their application workloads. This holistic software-defined approach encompasses automated application deployment across both physical and virtual infrastructure. Networking, however, has traditionally been challenging for data center administrators to design and configure.

Spotlight

Organizations are constantly striving to simplify their operational environment to support dynamic business priorities. They are rapidly adopting software-defined data center (SDDC) technologies to drive agility and cost efficiencies by leveraging best-in-class VMware virtualization technologies for their application workloads. This holistic software-defined approach encompasses automated application deployment across both physical and virtual infrastructure. Networking, however, has traditionally been challenging for data center administrators to design and configure.

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