vSphere with Tanzu workloads, including vSphere Pods, VMs, and Tanzu Kubernetes clusters, are deployed to a vSphere Namespace. You define a vSphere Namespace on a Supervisor and configure it with resource quota and user permissions. Depending on the DevOps needs and workloads they plan to run, you might also assign storage policies, VM classes, and content libraries for fetching the latest Tanzu Kubernetes releases and VM images.