Getting started with the TKG (standalone) Command Line (Videos)

In this post, I have two short videos demonstrating how to (1) deploy the Tanzu Kubernetes Grid (standalone) management cluster using the “tkg” command line tool, and then once the TKG management cluster has been deployed, I show how to (2) very simply deploy a subsequent TKG workload cluster using the same “tkg” command. If you wish to know more detail, check out my full post on how to deploy TKG (standalone) step-by-step using the command line “tkg”. Here is the video (4m 27s) demonstrating how to deploy the TKG (standalone) management cluster. And this video (3m 57s) demonstrates how…

Tanzu Kubernetes Grid from the tkg Command Line Interface

After spending quite a bit of time looking at vSphere with Kubernetes, and how one could deploy a Tanzu Kubernetes Grid (TKG) “guest” cluster in a namespace with a simple manifest file, I thought it was time to look at other ways in which customers could deploy TKG clusters on top of vSphere infrastructure. In other words, deploy TKG without vSphere with Kubernetes, or VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) for that matter.  This post will look at the tkg command line tool to first deploy a TKG management cluster, and once that is stood up, we will see how simple it…