I’ve recently been reflecting on back where my career started in earnest in the mid 2000’s, building virtual machines for a large web hosting provider. We were riding the wave of virtualisation – for every VM I built, we were decommissioning a physical server. It was an amazing feeling, going to vMUGs, literally pulling legacy equipment out of the datacenter ...

This is a follow on from my last post, Deploying VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid on vSphere. So I wrote about deploying TKG from Windows mostly as an experiment, I hadn’t seen too many others writing about it online. While it worked fine and allowed me to deploy the management cluster with no issues, I ended up reverting to using a ...

I’ve been dabbling with Tanzu Kubernetes Grid (TKG) for the last few weeks. Thanks in large part to William Lam’s TKG Demo Appliance. For a recap on TKG, have a read of Chip’s great breakdown here. Chip’s summary is excellent, so i’ll copy it verbatim here: First, let’s step back and discuss the name and what it means. Tanzu is ...