SnapRoute is building a cloud-native NOS by building it from cloud-native software: Kubernetes. Read on for Tom Hollingsworth’s take on why that’s going to be important for the future of the cloud network.
Kubernetes is increasingly important in IT, but that doesn’t make it any less opaque. Luckily Eric Shanks put together an excellent series of posts to get you started. This first goes over the theory behind different elements, then jumps into specific practical examples.
Managing infrastructure is hard enough. But in today’s world of cloud computing it can be tough to manage constructs that live for seconds instead of persisting. How can you keep a handle on it all. Confidentially, the best way is with Aporeto. Tom Hollingsworth discusses the power of identity management for workloads in this post.
The first major security flaw for Kubernetes has been found. It’s a nasty privilege escalation that’s tough to detect. Let the patching begin!
Kubernetes 1.12 was made Generally Available yesterday. We run down the major new release and testing features.
Orchestration and integration may be what people think of most when in comes to DevOps. But in this post, Ned Bellavance looks at how to close the DevOps feedback loop with measuring and optimizing application performance.
NetApp announced the acquisition of StackPointCloud and the subsequent debut of the NetApp Kubernetes Service. The acquisition is another step in the company’s evolution into a data company, one that now has them offering an increasingly full stack of cloud solutions.
Kubernetes + Handbrake = a transcoding beast. Carolyn Van Slyck goes through her journey of putting together a five node cluster inspired by My Little Pony.
Most attempts to bring enterprise-class data services into the cloud fall into two opposite extremes: Transplanted legacy systems or truly native cloud storage solutions. Stephen Foskett recently spoke to Kasten about something of a middle ground, providing a platform with classic data management capabilities like snapshots, replication, and backup but re-thought for the cloud-native world.
Container orchestration isn’t easy, even with Kubernetes running smoothly. If you need a little extra help to make it all run correctly you need direction. Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at Nirmata and how they can help architect your container strategy.