Building a multi-container application with…

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Building a multi-container application with…

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


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Fun with Kubernetes on Photon Platform v1.2

Fun with Kubernetes on Photon Platform v1.2

Fun with Kubernetes on Photon Platform v1.2

In this post, I’m simply going to show you a few useful tips and tricks to see the power of Kubernetes on Photon Platform v1.2. For someone who is well versed in Kubernetes, there won’t be anything ground-breaking for you in this post. However, if you are new to K8s as I am (K8s is […] The post Fun with Kubernetes on Photon Platform v1.2 appeared first on CormacHogan.com .


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Deploying Cloud-Native Applications with Photon…

Deploying Cloud-Native Applications with Photon OS [White Paper]

Deploying Cloud-Native Applications with Photon…

Authored by Steven Hoenisch, Senior Technical Writer, Cloud Native Applications Transforming your organization into a digital enterprise that’s ready to rapidly develop and deploy innovative software requires the tools to build containerized applications. Photon OS is a Linux container host optimized for VMware vSphere and such cloud platforms as Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud and Google The post Deploying Cloud-Native Applications with Photon OS [White Paper] appeared first on Cloud-Native Apps .


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Deploy Kubernetes on Photon Platform 1.2 and VSAN

Deploy Kubernetes on Photon Platform 1.2 and VSAN

Deploy Kubernetes on Photon Platform 1.2 and VSAN

To complete my series of posts on Photon Platform version 1.2, my next step is to deploy Kubernetes (version 1.6) and use my vSAN datastore as the storage destination. The previous posts covered the new Photon Platform v1.2 deployment model, and I also covered how to setup vSAN and make the datastore available to the […] The post Deploy Kubernetes on Photon Platform 1.2 and VSAN appeared first on CormacHogan.com .


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