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Drive Tanzu Mission Control Cluster Configuration and Add-ons with Flux CD

VMware Tanzu Mission Control users can now drive clusters via GitOps. This new feature of Tanzu Mission Control is built on Flux CD and enables users to attach a git repository to a cluster and sync YAML artifacts (using Kustomize) from the repository to the cluster. This feature provides a method for managing cluster configurations with Tanzu Mission Control via continuous delivery from a git repository.

How to Integrate AWS CloudTrail Service with VMware Tanzu Observability

VMware Tanzu Observability offers easy integration with Amazon Web Services (AWS) CloudTrail, enabling operators to view events that are related to governance, compliance, and operational and risk auditing for your AWS account. This post walks you through the process of integrating CloudTrail Service with Tanzu Observability Wavefront to take advantage of these consolidated features.

Elevating the Developer Experience: A Forrester Study on How (and Why) to Improve DevX

Last month, we discussed how investing in developer happiness is not just a trend, and that, in fact, your business depends on it. In parallel, VMware commissioned a study by Forrester Research to examine the business impact of developer experience (DevX). This study helps identify the ways in which DevX affects business outcomes, determine obstacles to developer productivity, and outline how DevX can be improved.

Tanzu Kubernetes Grid in the Azure Hybrid-Cloud Data Center

Customers are demanding multi-cloud solutions to solve problems such as resource constraints, application mobility, and flexible architectures. VMware is positioning new products to meet this demand and provide a unified experience across infrastructures. In this latest look at the hybridized data center, VMware meets the customer where they are to demonstrate the efficacy of VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid in a public cloud deployment.

State of Observability 2022: Modernization Cannot Succeed without Observability

As organizations look to become cloud-first to meet the growing demands of the shifts in the ways we do business, we have seen the pace of digital transformation accelerate. As a result, organizations have evolved their cloud strategies to multi-cloud environments and are adopting more containers, microservices, and cloud native technologies. This is creating increasingly distributed systems, making it harder to gain a comprehensive view into how they’re performing.

Boost Developer Productivity and Operator Confidence with Secure, Enterprise-Ready Open Source

Today, a lot of organizations face the challenge of running open source software in production environments in a secure and compliant way. Just six months ago, we witnessed how a vulnerability in Log4j, one of the most popular open source libraries, compromised millions of sites and applications, including products from major cloud vendors.

Software Bill of Materials: A Key Ingredient for Healthy Software

The software bill of materials, often referred to as an SBoM or BOM, has gained a tremendous amount of popularity in the past year and a half. It’s mentioned in the US White House’s 14028 Executive Order and is referenced in innumerable secure software supply chain articles. While the SBoM has been around for many years, awareness and adoption seems to be hitting an inflection point.

VMware Tanzu Mission Control Expands Multi-Cloud Data Protection Capabilities

VMware Tanzu Mission Control is designed for operations teams to address complexity and increase control of their Kubernetes clusters wherever they live. In order to support customers with their multi-cloud business imperatives, VMware made an early commitment to provide data protection capability in Tanzu Mission Control, designed to help enterprises more confidently and safely run critical workloads on Kubernetes.

Build, Run, and Manage Geo-Distributed Modern Apps with Redis and VMware Tanzu

Today’s developers use tools such as VMware Tanzu Application Platform and the Spring framework to build modern applications. However, to build best-of-breed, intelligent, data-centric applications, developers must utilize a unified, in-memory data layer. This enables development teams to truly scale their applications with the pace of business, especially when that business extends across the globe.