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Kubernetes Hit: VMware Tanzu Injected In vSphere, vSAN, VxRail

Here are the six new VMware offerings integrated with VMware Tanzu, along with new software launches such as HCI Mesh and the vSAN Data Persistence platform.

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VMware vSphere 7 With Tanzu; ‘Monster VMs’

VMware launched today its vSphere 7 update 1, which will provide an easy way for vSphere customers to get started with Kubernetes and modernize the 70 million-plus workloads currently running on vSphere. Customers can now quickly set up and provision Kubernetes clusters in support of modern applications.

vSphere 7 Update 1 has expanded support for the number of hosts per cluster by 50 percent for a total of 96 hosts per cluster. Additionally, vSphere 7 Update 1 VMs scale up to 24 terabytes and 768 vCPUs to deliver “monster VMs” in support of resource intensive applications such as in-memory databases, said VMware.

vSphere with Tanzu will allow customers to configure enterprise-grade Kubernetes infrastructure with their existing network and block or file storage in less than an hour. This includes allowing customers to extend vSphere Distributed Switch support for Kubernetes clusters and deploy NSX Advanced Load Balancer Essentials or choose their own layer-four load balancing solutions.

Additionally, when using VMware vCenter Server, customers can deploy Kubernetes clusters in minutes, provision role-based access and allocate capacity to developers. The new VMware Tanzu integration allows administrators to manage compliant and conformant Kubernetes while providing developers self-service access to IT infrastructure.

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