vSphere with Tanzu Configuration and Management provides information about configuring and managing vSphere with Tanzu by using the vSphere Client. It also provides information about using kubectl to connect to namespaces running on vSphere with Tanzu and run Kubernetes workloads on designated namespaces.
vSphere with Tanzu Configuration and Management provides an overview of the platform architecture as well as considerations and best practices for setting up storage, compute, and networking that meet the specific requirements of vSphere with Tanzu. It provides instructions for enabling vSphere with Tanzu on existing vSphere clusters, creating and managing namespaces, and monitoring Tanzu Kubernetes clusters that are created by using the VMware Tanzu™ Kubernetes Grid™ Service.
This information also provides guidelines about establishing a session with the vSphere with Tanzu Kubernetes control plane through kubectl, running a sample application, and creating Tanzu Kubernetes clusters by using the VMware Tanzu™ Kubernetes Grid™ Service.
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vSphere with Tanzu Configuration and Management is intended for vSphere administrators who want to enable vSphere with Tanzu in vSphere, configure and provide namespaces to DevOps teams, as well as manage and monitor Kubernetes workloads in vSphere. vSphere administrators who want to use vSphere with Tanzu should have basic knowledge of containers and Kubernetes.
This information is also intended for DevOps engineers who want to establish a session with the vSphere with Tanzu control plane, run Kubernetes workloads, and deploy Kubernetes clusters by using the VMware Tanzu™ Kubernetes Grid™ Service. In addition, developers who are deploying applications on the platform can refer to the examples for guidance.