The following is the first in a series of blog posts by members of the vSphere Integrated Containers Engineering team. This one is written by Matt Williamson, Sr. Engineering Manager vSphere Integrated Containers Engine (VIC Engine) is an open source project hosted on GitHub and being developed, primarily, by VMware. It is designed to make it The post Getting Started with vSphere Integrated Containers Engine appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog .
For nearly two decades, we at VMware have been working on helping our customers address the challenge of supporting traditional business critical applications as well as next-generation application. Today, with the General Availability of vSphere Integrated Containers, we are proud to announce that our customers can count on vSphere to also natively run containerized workloads. The post VMware Announces General Availability of vSphere Integrated Containers appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog .
Last year we introduced Project Bonneville. The idea behind it, at the high level, is that there is a strong parallel between the constructs Docker uses inside a Linux Docker host and the constructs ESXi uses as a hypervisor. In the final analysis what project Bonneville allowed you to do is to run a docker The post What’s New in vSphere 6.5: vSphere Integrated Containers appeared first on VMware vSphere Blog .
vSphere Integrated Containers (VIC) combines the agility and application portability of Docker Linux containers with the industry-leading virtual infrastructure platform, offering hardware isolation advantages along with improved manageability. VIC consists of several different components for managing, executing, and monitoring containers. This post delves deeper into key elements of VIC – for more information, please also see this introductory video:
VMware Admiral is a lightweight container management platform which isgoing to change the way we deploy and manage containers. All The post VMware Admiral – A whole new way of managing containers appeared first on vPirate.