You may have noticed a number of posts on TKG from me recently. I’ve been spending a lot of time these days with TKG (Tanzu Kubernetes Grid), predominantly deploying it onto vSphere. However, I know that this is still unexplored territory for a lot of people so I decided to create a number of very short, bite-sized, 101 videos to help get started. This very first video in the 101 series takes a look at how to launch the UI so you can deploy your first TKG management cluster. We look at the command options, including the –bind option which allow the UI to use an IP address other than the localhost (127.0.0.1) default, and which will allow an administrator to use a remote browser to deploy a TKG Management Cluster.
Watch this space for additional 101 videos coming soon.