By using vSphere with Kubernetes you can turn a vSphere cluster to a platform for running Kubernetes workloads in dedicated resource pools. Once enabled on a vSphere cluster, vSphere with Kubernetes creates a Kubernetes control plane directly in the hypervisor layer. You can then run Kubernetes containers by deploying vSphere Pods, or you can create upstream Kubernetes clusters through the VMware Tanzu™ Kubernetes Grid™ Service and run your applications inside these clusters.