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10 Biggest VMware Stories Of 2019 (So Far)

From bold acquisitions to blockbuster integrations, here are the ten biggest VMware stories of 2019 so far.

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VMware Gets Serious About Containers And Kubernetes

At one time, containers appeared to be a threat to the virtualization leader. However, VMware is now the second largest contributor to Kubernetes and doubling down on containers.

“We want to be seen as the enterprise dial-tone for Kubernetes,” said Gelsinger in an interview with CRN. “We’re embracing Kubernetes as the native dial-tone for the VMware stack going forward. So you’ll see us build more and more of those capabilities into the core VMware platform.

Gelsinger said while the number of production deployments of containers is modest at this point, “there is consensus that people are going to move to a container-centric model in the future.”

The company’s container strategy is gaining traction through VMware’s Kubernetes service, PSK, an integrated Kubernetes management service developed with Pivotal Software and Google. Additionally, VMware’s acquisition of Kubernetes star Heptio late last year has boosted the company’s offerings, driving greater adoption in enterprises on-premises and across multi-cloud environments. Heptio was founded in 2016 by Joe Beda and Craig McLuckie, two of the original creators of Kubernetes.

 
 
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