DevOps Loop at VMworld, a new community event launched this year, set out to examine DevOps and its core principles in the context of modern apps, multi-cloud, and Kubernetes. We pulled in all the experts—those folks on the ground living and breathing DevOps—to share their viewpoints. And the day was AWESOME. All the sessions are available to view (or view again) on demand. I’m always surprised by how much I miss on the first pass.
VMworld 2021 is upon us. Today, we are announcing several updates that improve VMware Tanzu Observability by Wavefront’s ability to deliver analytics-driven insights for site-reliability engineers (SREs), developers, and platform teams.
When embarking on digital transformation, success often comes down to using the right tools for the job. Emerging technologies have the ability to enable organizations to deliver better customer experiences more efficiently. This truism can serve as a forcing function for engineering teams to routinely reevaluate their tech choices and make sure they aren't missing out on a better solution.
Open source is the foundation on which Tanzu stands, and we take inspiration not only from the engineering community, but also from the end-user community that has taken an upstream-first approach to deploy cloud native technologies in production. As with many things Kubernetes-centric, it is still quite challenging to operationalize a pure, clean, open source–only, upstream-aligned platform for enterprise use. We are looking to change that with VMware Tanzu Community Edition.
While AI workloads are becoming more pervasive, challenges with deploying AI have slowed adoption. Blockers like data complexity, data silos, and lack of infrastructure contribute to the difficulty of deploying AI workloads, and to address these issues, organizations need an integrated, scalable, and high-performing solution.