Amazon EKS – Now Generally Available

AWS announced Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes and invited customers to take a look at a preview during re:Invent 2017. Today I am pleased to be able to let you know that Amazon EKS is available for use in production form. It has been certified as Kubernetes conformant, and is ready to run your existing Kubernetes workloads. Read […]

Deploying VMC on AWS

I recently had an opportunity to work with a customer in setting up and configuring a VMware on Amazon Web Service (AWS) Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) as part of their cloud migration journey. The customers’ solution includes moving some of their applications to AWS EC2 instances, and the bulk of their applications will be […]

RedHat OpenShift to add Azure Support

Red Hat is bringing its OpenShift and OpenShift Dedicated to Microsoft’s Azure, and will support Windows container workloads on the same platform as Linux. Red Hat will offer a technology preview of the technology in 2018. The companies also plan to collaborate on delivering enterprise performance standards and integrated support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux workloads running in […]