vVols at VMworld 2019 Past and Future

vVols at VMworld 2019 Past and Future

vVols at VMworld 2019 Past and Future

As customers and partners upgrade to current infrastructure and vSphere releases in their environment, Virtual Volumes or vVols are more relevant than ever. As VMware, and storage partners continue to develop and promote vVols, the interest has skyrocketed and the number of VMworld vVols shows! Nobody enjoys managing LUNs, RDMs, countless datastores, etc in their The post vVols at VMworld 2019 Past and Future appeared first on Virtual Blocks.


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A first look at Octant – Visualizing your K8s…

A first look at Octant – Visualizing your K8s clusters

A first look at Octant – Visualizing your K8s…

In my lab, I run a number of different flavor of Kubernetes. Some of them I deploy via kubeadm. Others I have provisioned by VMware PKS. Some of these can access the outside world, while others are secured. Sometimes it is difficult to figure out the relationship between various K8s objects – which services, endpoints, PVs and PVCs are used by different Pods or StefulSets. In the past I have used the K8s dashboard, but more often than not, I have to run some sort of tunnel (via PuTTY or…Read More


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Project Pacific – Workload Evolution in vSphere

Project Pacific – Workload Evolution in vSphere

Project Pacific – Workload Evolution in vSphere

Project Pacific was definitely one of the most exciting and most talked about announcement at this past VMworld. In case you missed the big news, check out this quick snippet of the Day 1 Keynote where Pat Gelsinger and Joe Beda (one of the co-creators of Kubernetes, now at VMware) introduces Project Pacific to the […]


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