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Constellation – The first always-encrypted Kubernetes engine
Member Post Constellation – The first always-encrypted Kubernetes engine
Guest post by Edgeless Systems Constellation is the first always-encrypted Kubernetes, released as open source in September. It’s a K8s distribution like SUSE Rancher or RedHat OpenShift. What makes Constellation special is that it leverages confidential computing technology...
November 30, 2022 | By Edgeless Systems

Support for 100 Large-Scale Clusters: Test Report on Karmada
Member Post Support for 100 Large-Scale Clusters: Test Report on Karmada
Guest post by Kevin Wang TL;DR Cloud native implementations, growing in scale and complexity, are challenging organizations on how to efficiently, reliably manage large-scale resource pools to meet growing demands. Players in the cloud field attempted to scale...
November 29, 2022 | By Kevin Wang

Kubernetes resource usage: estimate workload cost with Goldilocks Open Source
Member Post Kubernetes resource usage: estimate workload cost with Goldilocks Open Source
Guest post originally published on Fairwinds’s blog by Andy Suderman, lead R&D engineer at Fairwinds If you are looking for help on how to set Kubernetes resource limits and requests, you’ve come to the right place. Goldilocks is...
November 28, 2022 | By Andy Suderman

KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2022: First-time next-time
Member Post KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2022: First-time next-time
Guest post originally published on Nethopper’s blog by Dan Donahue, Principal Solutions Architect at Nethopper As a Principal Solutions Architect at Nethopper my hope for my first KubeCon 2022 in Detroit was to connect and collaborate with other...
November 23, 2022 | By Dan Donahue

Application: Customizing the scheduler to optimize the use of accelerators for machine learning
Member Post Application: Customizing the scheduler to optimize the use of accelerators for machine learning
Guest post originally published on Gemini Open Cloud’s blog by Patrick Fu With the fine granularity and the plugin architecture of the new Kube scheduler framework, the default scheduler can be customized to handle different workload to increase...
November 21, 2022 | By Patrick Fu

Container Security: what it is and how to implement it
Member Post Container Security: what it is and how to implement it
Guest post originally published on SparkFabrik’s blog Containerized applications are becoming increasingly more common, and with their deployment comes an increased need to ensure adequate container security and resilience of the software supply chain. In this article, we will...
November 14, 2022

How to validate Kubernetes YAML files
Member Post How to validate Kubernetes YAML files
Guest post originally published on Armo’s blog by Bezalel Brandwinen, Team Lead at Armo Ltd Kubernetes has taken center stage in how we now manage our containerized applications. As a result, many conventions to define our Kubernetes apps...
November 11, 2022 | By Bezalel Brandwinen

Murre – the lightweight K8s metrics monitoring tool
Member Post Murre – the lightweight K8s metrics monitoring tool
Guest post originally published on groundcover’s blog by Yechezkel Rabinovich, Co-Founder and CTO at groundcover Meet Murre. Murre is an on-demand, scaleable source of container resource metrics for Kubernetes. Murre fetches CPU & memory resource metrics directly from...
November 10, 2022 | By Yechezkel Rabinovich

Multi-tenancy in Kubernetes: implementation and optimization
Member Post Multi-tenancy in Kubernetes: implementation and optimization
Guest post by Feng Ye, Software Engineering Manager & Virtink Project Maintainer at SmartX Kubernetes users usually share clusters to meet the demands of multiple teams and multiple customers, which is usually described using the term multi-tenancy. Multi-tenancy...
November 9, 2022 | By Feng Ye

Demonstrating your K8s scheduler with kube-scheduler-simulator in a real cluster
Member Post Demonstrating your K8s scheduler with kube-scheduler-simulator in a real cluster
Guest post originally published on the Miraxia blog by Takuma Kawai In the previous post, I wrote how we can develop our own scheduler with kube-scheduler-simulator. If you could implemented your new scheduler, you may want to try it in...
November 8, 2022 | By Takuma Kawai