With VCF 4.0, we can now enable a VI WLD for VCF with Tanzu. This enablement is known as Workload Management, where you can deploy and operate the compute, networking, and storage infrastructure required by VCF with Tanzu. VCF with Tanzu transforms vSphere to a platform for running Kubernetes workloads natively on the hypervisor layer. When enabled on a vSphere cluster, VCF with Tanzu provides the capability to run Kubernetes workloads directly on ESXi hosts and to create upstream Kubernetes clusters within dedicated resource pools. The workload management is enabled on the VI WLD through the Solutions deployment option that is found in SDDC Manager UI.