VMware Fusion & Project Nautilus

VMware Fusion & Project Nautilus

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  1. VMware has long served developers, as well as end users and IT professionals, with some of the best in class features with our award winning desktop hypervisor products, VMware Fusion and Workstation. However, when it comes to developing and testing today’s modern applications, things look a little different than the traditional ones which Fusion was originally designed to support.

    Recently VMware announced expressed their commitment to today’s modern developers by delivering new support for OCI containers using it’s award-winning hypervisor technology stack. Fusion 11.5 users can now pull, build, run and push containers as part of a modern development and testing workflow, without needing other tools such as docker desktop installed.

    This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we welcome [Myles Gray](https://twitter.com/mylesagray) and [Mike Roy](https://twitter.com/mikeroySoft) to discuss Vmware Fusion support for conatiners in what is referred to as Project Nautilus.

    **Links mentioned in this episode:**

    * [Fusion 11.5.5 available](https://blogs.vmware.com/teamfusion/)
    * [Updated Tech Preview with Big Sur Support](https://blogs.vmware.com/teamfusion/2020/07/fusion-big-sur-tech-preview.html)
    * [GitHub repo for Docs, Examples and Issues](https://vmwarefusion.github.io/)
    * Mikes Roy’s Music [SoundCloud](https://soundcloud.com/michael-helix)

  2. is any of this portable to workstation or completely separate codebase needed? or they’re expecting users to just go with wsl2 based docker desktop?

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