Welcome to my landing page for all things Tanzu!
I myself am relatively new to Kubernetes, and quiet honestly thought of it more as a developer platform. While this is still the case, we as vSphere engineers and architects still need to understand how to deploy and manage Kubernetes in our environments. VMware developed the Tanzu platform with just that in mind, with the ultimate goal of making it easier to understand, deploy, and manage the lifecycle of containerized workloads. I can tell you that there has been a lot of buzz around Kubernetes these past couple of years, and as someone who deploys vSphere with Tanzu for our customers, I can also tell you that we are starting to see more requests for deployments into customer labs and test/development environments. As a result, I will be sharing my notes and lessons learned via my blog site here. Not from the perspective of a developer, or just someone who is the SME of all things Kubernetes, but from the perspective of someone who is learning how to deploy and manage the lifecycle of it through Tanzu.
Examples of Tanzu on vSphere deployments
- vSphere with Tanzu on VMware Cloud Foundation/vSphere with NSX-T Requirements: Link Here
- vSphere with Tanzu on VMware Cloud Foundation – Deployment: Link Here
- Tanzu Deployment on vSphere 7 with NSX-T: Link Here
Examples of what you can do after the initial deployment of Tanzu on vSphere
vSphere with Tanzu on VMware Cloud Foundation – Configuring Your First Kubernetes Namespace
vSphere with Tanzu on VMware Cloud Foundation – Enable Embedded Harbor Registry
vSphere with Tanzu on VMware Cloud Foundation – Configure Ubuntu Client VM