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VMware vSphere® Integrated Containers™ Engine

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What is vSphere Integrated Containers Engine?

vSphere Integrated Containers Engine is a container runtime for vSphere, allowing developers familiar with Docker to develop in containers and deploy them alongside traditional VM-based workloads on vSphere clusters, and allowing for these workloads to be managed through the vSphere UI in a way familiar to existing vSphere admins.

vSphere Integrated Containers Engine is a component of vSphere Integrated Containers.

See the official vSphere Integrated Containers product page on vmware.com for a high level overview.

Get vSphere Integrated Containers Engine

vSphere Integrated Containers Engine source code is available on the VMware vSphere Integrated Containers Engine GitHub source repository.

Getting Started

You can find documentation for vSphere Integrated Containers Engine at https://vmware.github.io/vic-product/.

Support

vSphere Integrated Containers is released as open source software and comes with no commercial support.

For general questions, visit the vSphere Integrated Containers channel on Gitter.im.

Contributors

Contributing

The vSphere Integrated Containers project team welcomes contributions from the community. If you wish to contribute code, we require that you first sign our Contributor License Agreement and return a copy to osscontributions@vmware.com before we can merge your contribution.

License

vSphere Integrated Containers Engine is comprised of many open source software components, each of which has its own license that is located in the source code of the respective component as well as documented in the open source license file in the vSphere Integrated Containers Engine repository.