Our vSphere with Tanzu project starts with the architectural discussion and the concept draft. The latter shows, how it shall be deployed. Together, we discuss the requirements on both sides. We also supply best practices about what should be available during installation. This in turn is the base for the adaptation of the solution to make it tailored to your application.
Then the installation is performed. This can be performed on-premises or remote with or without access to your environment. If desired, we create documents reflecting the status quo and describing processes like “permissions scheme” or “updates”.
We also support you in installing other tools, covering the following use cases:
Set up a modern Kubernetes infrastructure on an existing vSphere hypervisor
With VMware vSphere with Tanzu, you can execute workloads within your existing IT infrastructure. The solution closes the gap between IT operations and development using an infrastructure for cloud-native applications on-premises and in the cloud. evoila supports you with:
Learn more about the strengths of VMware vSphere 7 with Tanzu
If you already use vSphere, you can directly use the infrastructure and transform it into a Kubernetes platform. You do not need any other hardware if your existing infrastructure is sized sufficiently.
New clusters in no time
The creation, termination, and operation of Kubernetes clusters is amazingly easy. You can create or terminate various clusters within minutes.
vSphere 7 with Tanzu additionally allows to run the new Option “vSphere Pods” directly on the hypervisor. This enables you to run the containers directly on the ESXi hosts. This in turn adds to your security because the containers are treated as small virtual machines.
You can easily deploy more software on the Kubernetes clusters in vSphere 7 with Tanzu. To this end, “TKG extensions” are used. These are similar to Helm Charts but developed and supported completely by VMware. With “TKG extensions”, you can, for example, create a Prometheus + Grafana installation within minutes.
The best solution for you
There are multiple options to deploy Harbor as image registry in vSphere 7 with Tanzu. As each option poses individual advantages and disadvantages, we support you in selecting the right option for your requirements.
The Kubernetes infrastructure can be managed directly in vCenter. For many administrators, this means a strong benefit, because they are already used to the vCenter GUI.