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VMware vSphere with Kubernetes Guide Part 3 - kubectl Basics

This is Part 3 of my "VMware vSphere with Kubernetes" Guide. In the previous parts, I've explained how to enable Kubernetes in vSphere, deploy the Harbor Registry, and create a namespace in the Supervisor Cluster. Now it's time to get familiar with the Kubernetes CLI Tool kubectl and to deploy your first pod.

If you do not have a Kubernetes activated vSphere Cluster, refer to Part 1 and Part 2 for instructions.

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VMware vSphere with Kubernetes Guide Part 2 - Harbor, Namespaces and K8S Components

This is Part 2 of my "VMware vSphere with Kubernetes" Guide. In the last article, I've explained how to get "Workload Management" enabled in a vSphere cluster. At this point, the cluster is successfully enabled to support Kubernetes, but what's next? Before I start to deploy the first container I'm going to enable additional services, create a Kubernetes Namespace in the Supervisor Cluster, and explore the deployed components in vCenter and NSX-T.

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Getting Started Guide - VMware vSphere with Kubernetes

With the release of vSphere 7.0, the integration of Kubernetes, formerly known as Project Pacific, has been introduced. vSphere with Kubernetes enables you to directly run containers on your ESXi cluster. This article explains how to get your cluster enabled for the so-called "Workload Management".

The article covers evaluation options, licensing options, troubleshooting, and the initial configuration.

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