After unveiling its new apps portfolio Tanzu last year, VMware has on Tuesday announced it is expanding the offering.
The Tanzu portfolio debuted in March, providing a package of tools for building and managing applications. VMware’s goal, CEO Pat Gelsinger said at the time, is to become “the ubiquitous, central infrastructure to enable our customers’ digital transformation.”
Over the last year, VMware has added to the Tanzu portfolio, expanded its partner ecosystem, and added new customers.
The first Tanzu-branded offering was Mission Control, which allows customers to have a single point of control to manage all of their conformant Kubernetes clusters regardless of where they are running — vSphere, public clouds, managed services, packaged distributions, or DIY Kubernetes.
A year on, VMware Tanzu products include those gained with Bitnami, Heptio, Pivotal, and Wavefront acquisitions. VMware earlier this month announced the packaging of these products into four Tanzu editions: Tanzu Basic,