Does AWS Plan to Battle Google Using Kubernetes?
Amazon Web Services may build a cloud container management tool based on Kubernetes to try to win Google customers over to AWS‘ public cloud.
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The Inspiration Behind Open Source Project Harbor
A few years ago, we created Project Harbor, an open source enterprise-class registry. Much to my surprise and pleasure, many people adopted Project Harbor for its utility, cultivating its own community. Today, I wanted to share more about how Project Harbor started. Project Harbor Project Harbor is an enterprise-class registry server that stores and distributes […] The post The Inspiration Behind Open Source Project Harbor appeared first on Open Source @VMware .
Project Harbor makes an entry into Rancher!
By Massimo Re Ferrè, Technical Product Manager, Cloud Native Applications at VMware Early this year I challenged myself with a pet project to create a Rancher catalog entry for Project Harbor (a VMware-started open sourced enterprise container registry). This is something that I have been working on, off and on in my spare time. I The post Project Harbor makes an entry into Rancher! appeared first on Cloud-Native Apps .
Photon Controller – Image Issues – 413 Request Entity Too Large – CormacHogan.com
Over the last couple of days I’ve been getting to grips with Photon Controller v0.8. For those of you who do not follow developments in our Cloud Native Apps BU, Photon Controller leverages ESXi hosts to provide compute and management for containers at large scale. It will also allow you to stand up container frameworks …Read More
Workaround to deploy vSphere Integrated Containers 1.1 OVA using PowerCLI (SHA256 not supported)
Last week I had noticed several folks were having issues deploying the latest vSphere Integrated Containers (vIC) 1.1 OVA using PowerCLI. The following error message was observed when using the Get-OvfConfiguration cmdlet which is needed before importing an OVF/OVA: PowerCLI doesn’t support SHA256 hash codes in OVF manifest As you probably have guessed, the issue […]
Building a multi-container application with vSphere Integrated Containers v1.1.1 | vOrcunus on WordPress.com
Running demo containers on vSphere Integrated Containers (aka VIC) is pretty exciting but eventually the time will come to get our hands dirty and build an actual application that needs to live on a virtual container host (aka VCH) in a resilient way. So in this post, I’ll try to cover the steps in order…Read More