In this video, we will look at the steps involved in vSphere 7.0U1 to enable vSphere with Tanzu / Workload Management. The process will look at how different this is to VCF with Tanzu, which leverages NSX-T for networking functionality. Here we show what properties need to be provided to successfully enabled vSphere with Tanzu when a HA-Proxy is providing the Load Balancer / Virtual Server functionality for both the Supervisor control plane API server, as well as the Tanzu Kubernetes Grid ‘guest’ clusters API servers. The demonstration will complete with the creation of our first Namespace. This video accompanies a more detailed write-up on enabling vSphere with Tanzu using HA-Proxy.