For the past few months, VMware has been banging on about why it’s time to embrace Kubernetes, and the spiel that Pat Gelsinger gave during his keynote at vForum in Sydney on Tuesday was no different. The chief of VMware believes the impact Kubernetes will have on industry will not be too dissimilar to Java. “Since the time of Java and virtual machine about two decades ago, there hasn’t been a technology that has achieved industry consensus and energy as Kubernetes has. This to us is a magic period of time betting aggressively that Kubernetes provides this layer for the next generation,” he said. Gelsinger referred to Kubernetes as the “magic bridge” that will bring IT and app developers together, as well as how applications are developed, deployed, and operated. Although VMware VP and CTO of cloud-native apps Kit Colbert clarified that while there are benefits of Kubernetes, it’s still very early days. “We’re still at the potential phase,” he told ZDNet. “The reality is there are a lot of complexities to it. It’s very capable, but also very complex.” Colbert continued to say being aware of these complexities, VMware wants to make Kubernetes more “palatable”, so there is mainstream… Read full this story
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