The Reality of DIY Kubernetes vs. TKGI

October 16, 2019

Administrators are facing challenges trying to operationalize Kubernetes. Where do you start? Build a cluster from scratch? How hard is it to repeat? What steps and variables are involved in the process? How about security, networking, and storage concerns? Is it still easily manageable and scalable? This session will dive in by creating our first Kubernetes cluster the open-source way. We'll review the choices one has to make when architecting a solution, then create our first cluster using the vSphere driver and Kubeadm. Then we'll evaluate how the VMware PKS Platform (Essential, Enterprise, and Cloud) can enhance the Kubernetes experience by examining all the angles of lifecycle management from repeatable cluster creation to ongoing operations. Learn more: https://pv.tl/2oUfP1V Speakers: Kenny Coleman, Open Source Technical Product Manager, VMware Filmed at SpringOne Platform 2019 Slideshare: https://www.slideshare.net/Pivotal/kubernetes-and-windows-at-scale-with-enterprise-pks

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