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Behind the Scenes of Phippy In Space

October 22, 2020 By Citlali Tolia and Yuiza Martinez-Rivera

Adventures in Cloud-Native Recovery Guest post by Citlali Tolia and Yuiza Martinez-Rivera of Kasten When Kasten, a growing startup in the Kubernetes data management space, was looking for a fun way to…

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Introducing Nydus – Dragonfly Container Image Service

October 20, 2020 By Pengtao

Guest post by Pengtao and Liubo, Software Engineers at Ant Group Tao is a software engineer at Ant Group. He has been working on Linux file system development for more than 10…

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How to Set Up Multi-Cluster Load Balancing with GKE

October 19, 2020 By Stephan Stipl

Guest post originally published on DoiT International’s blog by Stephan Stipl, Senior Cloud Architect at DoiT International Understand components of GCP Load Balancing and learn how to set up globally available GKE…

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Event-driven architecture with Knative events

Recorded on Thursday October 29, 2020

In this session, presenters will review the progression from Monolith, to Microservices, to Events Driven architecture. Participants will learn about cloud events, how to use Knative Eventing as an events intermediary, understand…

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The what and why of distributed tracing

Tracing can be very powerful. It gives the ability to connect the customer experience to the backend services several hops away. This comes down to what information is in your traces. There…

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MicroK8s HA under the hood: Kubernetes with Dqlite

High availability (HA) is the cornerstone of any production-grade Kubernetes. MicroK8s, already popular for IoT and developer workstations, can, as of release 1.19, withstand the loss of any node and still provide…

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Building edge as a service

Recorded on Thursday November 5, 2020

Edge computing has been considered the “next big thing” by the IT industry. However, unlike cloud computing, there is still no established standard regarding how edge computing should be offered as a…

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The abc’s of Kubernetes security

Recorded on Wednesday October 21, 2020

As more mainstream IT organizations adopt Kubernetes and cloud-native application architectures, they often identify as one of their main concerns the ability to do so securely. (Interestingly, this almost precisely matches concerns…

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Managing your policies and standards

Recorded on Wednesday November 4, 2020

Governance in engineering refers to the ability of the operations team to verify and enforce certain policies and standards across the entire organization or within specific clusters. The policies and standards you…

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Overcoming the challenges of cleaning up container images

October 15, 2020 By Alexey Igrychev

Guest post originally published on Flant’s blog, by Alexey Igrychev, software engineer at Flant Having lots of images residing in your container registry can become a noticeable issue while dealing with CI/CD…