Category Archives: Kubernetes

Want to play around with Kubernetes? Try MicroK8s!


Advertise here with BSA

Two weeks ago I wanted to play around with Kubernetes for a day or two. I found this training course internally at VMware that allowed me to go through some labs. I asked around if anyone had some tips on getting Kubernetes up and running fast. I couldn’t be bothered with creating a multi node […]

The post Want to play around with Kubernetes? Try MicroK8s! appeared first on Yellow Bricks.

Continue reading

Posted in cloud, cloud native, containers, k8s, Kubernetes, microk8s | Comments Off on Want to play around with Kubernetes? Try MicroK8s!

Serverless: Functions as a Service in vCloud Director 9.x

There are many definitions and interpretation of the “Serverless” term, but if I have to say it in a few words, it would be: a software architecture, which allow the (Dev)Ops team not to care about the backend infrastructure (there are still servers, they just don’t care about them). Depending on the use case, there

The post Serverless: Functions as a Service in vCloud Director 9.x appeared first on VMware Cloud Provider Blog.

Continue reading

Posted in API, Cloud Services, FaaS, Function as a Service, Kubernetes, Serverless, vCloud Director, vCloud Director API, vCloud Director Extensibility, VCPP, VMware Cloud Provider | Comments Off on Serverless: Functions as a Service in vCloud Director 9.x