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Kubernetes Networking – Comparing VMware Solution to Open Source

VMware wants to shift their gears from compute stack sellers to network and cloud-native capable platform. Multiple game changers in the market but who will ignite the fire is going to be a question mark 🙂 Let’s visit this post for Kubernetes networking requirements by comparing the open source model and the VMware networking solution. VMware Kubernetes Engine delivers Kubernetes as a managed service so you can deploy, orchestrate, and scale containerized applications without the burden of implementing, operating, and maintaining Kubernetes. VKE runs natively on multiple AWS regions with support for Azure in the future.

 

Kubernetes as a service (KaaS) makes the transformational power of Kubernetes instantly available to developers. KaaS lets you exploit the power and benefits of orchestration without the overhead of deploying, securing, operating, and maintaining Kubernetes. By using a managed Kubernetes service, you get always-on Kubernetes access to schedule and orchestrate containerized applications without the burden of managing infrastructure. VMware Kubernetes Engine includes two vital components that make it uniquely suited to securely and cost effectively run enterprise applications in the cloud:

• Global security policies for granular access control

• Cost-conscious clusters with pre-deployment automated sizing and post-deployment responsive sizing

 

VMware Kubernetes Engine also includes the following key features:

• Easy and simple to use

• High availability

• Turnkey access to cloud services and application building blocks, such as AWS Greengrass and AWS IoT

• One-click upgrades with no downtime

 

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