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Kubernetes RBAC 101: overview
Member Post Kubernetes RBAC 101: overview
Guest post originally published on the Kublr blog by Oleg Chunikhin Cloud native and open source technologies have modernized how we develop software, and although they have led to unprecedented developer productivity and flexibility, they were not built with enterprise...
June 19, 2020

Testing Kubernetes deployments within CI Pipelines
Member Post Testing Kubernetes deployments within CI Pipelines
Guest post originally published on eficode Praqma by Michael Vittrup Larsen, Cloud Infrastructure and DevOps Consultant at Eficode-Praqma Low overhead, on-demand Kubernetes clusters deployed on CI Workers Nodes with KIND How to test Kubernetes artifacts like Helm charts...
June 17, 2020

Identifying Kubernetes Config Security Threats: Pods Running as Root
Member Post Identifying Kubernetes Config Security Threats: Pods Running as Root
Guest post by Joe Pelletier, VP of Strategy at Fairwinds With different teams – development, security and operations – and prioritization of speedy delivery over perfect configuration, mistakes are inevitable. As teams work on building and shipping new...
June 16, 2020

Kubernetes Resources Management – QoS, Quota, and LimitRange
Member Post Kubernetes Resources Management – QoS, Quota, and LimitRange
Guest post originally published on the Darumatic blog by Brandon Tsai Before Kubernetes, software applications were typically run standalone in a VM and use up all the resources. Operators and developers needed to carefully choose the size of...
June 10, 2020

What exactly is "Kooper's Daddy" aka Kubernetes and how can The Ops Platform help
Member Post What exactly is "Kooper's Daddy" aka Kubernetes and how can The Ops Platform help
Guest post originally published on CTO.ai from Benjamin Slater, VP of Engineering at CTO.ai Sorry for the ridiculous title, but every time we say the word “Kubernetes” on a Zoom call, it gets translated in the text transcript as “Kooper’s...
June 2, 2020

5G Rollout: How Kubernetes and Edge Computing is making 5G a reality
Member Post 5G Rollout: How Kubernetes and Edge Computing is making 5G a reality
Guest post by Chad Serino, CEO, AlphaBravo Introduction Of all the data management technologies of the last few years, Cloud-native container tech was one of the most impactful. It’s a technology with the potential to revolutionize networking, as...
June 1, 2020

Kubernetes governance, what you should know
Member Post Kubernetes governance, what you should know
Guest post originally published on the Kublr blog by Oleg Chunikhin Kubernetes governance may sound dull. But, if you’re an enterprise, it’s a critical part of what you must figure out to be production-ready at scale. When standardizing...
May 29, 2020

Decoding the self-healing Kubernetes: step by step
Member Post Decoding the self-healing Kubernetes: step by step
Guest post originally published on the Msys Technology blog by Atul Jadhav  Prologue Business application that fails to operate 24/7 would be considered inefficient in the market. The idea is that applications run uninterrupted irrespective of a technical glitch, feature...
May 26, 2020

Istio Service Mesh in 2020
Member Post Istio Service Mesh in 2020
Guest Post by Alon Berger, Technical Marketing Engineer, Alcide Since 2017, Kubernetes has soared and has played a key role within the cloud-native computing community. With this movement, more and more companies who already embraced microservices realized that...
May 25, 2020

Cloud Computing: Choose a multi-cloud strategy or Fly Solo
Member Post Cloud Computing: Choose a multi-cloud strategy or Fly Solo
Guest Post originally published on Medium by Saurabh Gupta, Sr. Developer Advocate @DigitalOcean Multi-cloud strategy is slowly becoming a buzzword in the Cloud industry over the last couple of years, with 2019 research from RightScale (now Flexera) indicating...
May 21, 2020