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Cloudformation vs. Terraform: Which is better?
Member Post Cloudformation vs. Terraform: Which is better?
Guest post originally published on LOGIQ’s blog by Ajit Chelat Building and managing cloud infrastructure manually can be quite the task; even more challenging when you’re operating as a distributed team. With everyone pushing multiple (and often concurrent)...
April 6, 2021

Benchmarking and Evaluating Your Kubernetes Storage with Kubestr
Member Post Benchmarking and Evaluating Your Kubernetes Storage with Kubestr
Guest post originally published on the Kasten 10 Blog by Michael Cade Kubestr is an open source collection of tools that makes it fast and easy to identify, validate and evaluate your Kubernetes storage options. Before we get...
April 1, 2021 | By Michael Cade

Run an Edge AI K3s Cluster on NVIDIA Jetson Nano Boards
Member Post Run an Edge AI K3s Cluster on NVIDIA Jetson Nano Boards
Guest post originally published on SUSE’s blog by Carlos Crisóstomo Vals Introduction to Edge Artificial Intelligence Proof of Concept For several years I have worked with customers who wanted to use artificial intelligence (AI) in their products (mostly...
March 31, 2021 | By Carlos Crisóstomo Vals

Why Alibaba Cloud uses KEDA for application autoscaling
Member Post Why Alibaba Cloud uses KEDA for application autoscaling
Guest post by Yan Xun, Senior Engineer from Alibaba Cloud EDAS team, Andy Shi, Developer Advocator from Alibaba Cloud, Tom Kerkhove, Containerization Practitioner Lead & Azure Architect at Codit, KEDA maintainer, CNCF Ambassador When scaling Kubernetes there are...
March 30, 2021 | By Yan Xun, Andy Shi, and Tom Kerkhove

What is Kubernetes Policy as Code?
Member Post What is Kubernetes Policy as Code?
Guest post originally published on the Fairwinds blog by Kendall Miller From Infrastructure as Code to Policy as Code It wasn’t that long ago people started talking about Infrastructure as Code. Part of the reason why is how...
March 29, 2021 | By Kendall Miller

How Ruitian Used Volcano to Run Large-Scale Offline HPC Jobs
Member Post How Ruitian Used Volcano to Run Large-Scale Offline HPC Jobs
Guest post by Huawei and Ruitian 1. Why Volcano Ruitian Capital is a private equity investment firm committed to helping customers achieve returns by using diverse range of trading strategies. Ruitian offline computing clusters are dedicated to strategy...
March 26, 2021 | By Huawei and Ruitian

How to build an elastic search cluster for production?
Member Post How to build an elastic search cluster for production?
Guest post by Stanislas Girard, Site Reliability Engineering at Padok Running an elastic search cluster in production is not an easy task. You are probably working with gigabits of data coming in all the time and need to...
March 25, 2021 | By Stanislas Girard

Add Java Agents to Existing Kubernetes and Helm Applications Instantly
Member Post Add Java Agents to Existing Kubernetes and Helm Applications Instantly
Guest post originally published on the Rookout Blog by Liran Haimovich In a recent blog post, one of my teammates, Josh, shared a few techniques for deploying Java agents in Kubernetes applications. We have been getting a lot of...
March 24, 2021 | By Liran Haimovich

Quick application deployments on MicroK8s using Helm Charts
Member Post Quick application deployments on MicroK8s using Helm Charts
Guest post by Ranjan Parthasarathy, Co-Founder, LOGIQ Helm is a Kubernetes package manager that helps you find, share, and use software built for Kubernetes. With Helm Charts, you can bundle Kubernetes deployments into a single package you can...
March 23, 2021 | By Ranjan Parthasarathy

Kubernetes Security
Member Post Kubernetes Security
Guest post by Michał Różycki, Software Engineer and Kubernetes Advocate at Grape Up With this article, the audience gets to know effective ways to ensure Kubernetes security, using must-have solutions, proven practices, and the best tools empowering building...
March 22, 2021