On this session, Kenny Coleman will show how you can combine all the open-source components needed to run Kubernetes on vSphere. From CSI, CCM, Cluster API, Kubeadm, and more. Then we dive into the Tanzu portfolio and look at Tanzu Kubernetes Grid, vSphere with Kubernetes, and Tanzu Mission Control.
vExpert Applications are Open!
Corey Romero posted June 1, 2020.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to apply before June 20th. The vExpert awards will be announced on July 17th, be a part of the announcement!
What the Program is About
The vExpert Program is about contributing to the community beyond your day job. The program is not focused on certifications or how much you know about the technology. Whether it’s blog articles, advocating VMware in your company, speaking sessions, book writing, code / script sharing or anything directly related to giving back to the community.
You can visit the vExpert Directory to see the 6 sub-programs and profile of each vExpert in each program.
All of theses vExperts have demonstrated significant contributions to the community and a willingness to share their expertise with others. These are highly technical vExperts who are experts in the topics they publicly share to the community. The vExpert award is not a technical certification, the award is based on sharing your knowledge from what you have learned along your IT career.
Corey Romero & the vExpert Team
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