Run VMs on Kubernetes with Palette Virtual Machine Orchestrator.
Containers are the future. But that doesn’t mean VMs are going away. So the question is: what’s the best way to manage both type of workloads?
With the new Virtual Machine Orchestrator (VMO) feature in Spectro Cloud Palette 4.0, you can bring your VMs into your Kubernetes clusters and manage them as first-class citizens alongside your containers.
In this webinar, we’ll explore:
- Why VMs still have a role to play in your infrastructure — whether for legacy apps or new hybrid workloads
- What options are available to you for running VMs and containers today, including the open-source project KubeVirt
- The most common challenges when running KubeVirt in production at scale, and how Palette’s VMO addresses those challenges
We’ll take you on a live and technical hands-on tour of VMO in action. If you want to optimize and consolidate your VMs and container platforms, this webinar will help you make the right decisions and explore new options.
In the meantime, check out our website (www.spectrocloud.com) and docs pages (https://docs.spectrocloud.com/vm-management/) for more information about running VMs on Kubernetes.
About the presenter:
Romain Decker is a Principal Product Manager at Spectro Cloud, and is responsible for the VMO product. He has 18+ years of experience in architecture, consulting, and technical product management, including nearly a decade at VMware — so he knows a thing or two about VMs!
Romain is a Principal Product Manager at Spectro Cloud. He has 18+ years of diverse work experience in architecture, consulting, and technical product management. Throughout his career, he has worked for a variety of organizations, including hosting companies, enterprises, EU institutions, and system integrators. More recently, he spent 8.5 years at VMware, working first as a Solutions Architect before focusing on Technical Product Management for the VMware Cloud Provider Program.