Cloud Native Adoption is complex and gradual. Lets review the key trends and my take on results, and views on GitOps and Service Mesh. CNCF Surveyed the community this year in 20202, between May and June 2020 and received 1,324 responses, with the following regional respondents' ...
My key takeaways on Cloud-Native KubeCon Conference (CNCF) 2020 thus far. This is my first KubeCon, and in the unfortunate 2020, this was all online. What I am after was The Content — and I was very much pleased. ... The sheer amount of Kubernetes Cloud-native content, particularly in regards to service mesh was astounding ...
Kubernetes is the most popular orchestration tool globally, and the [CNCF (Cloud Native Computing Foundation](https://www.cncf.io/?ref=hackernoon.com)) [CKA](https://www.cncf.io/certification/cka/?ref=hackernoon.com) exam is the most popular exam...
We’re huge fans of Helm Charts and the simplicity they bring to complex application deployments on Kubernetes and MicroK8s. We showed you how you could use Helm Charts to deploy LOGIQ on MicroK8s in a previous post. As a follow-up to that article, we’d like to show you how Helm Charts are equally helpful in deploying complex […]
Having delved into the abyss of true native GitOps CI/CD, and recently with The Service Mesh, I thought I was ready for this. My notes on Kubernetes and GitOps from KubeCon & ServiceMeshCon sessions 2020 (CNCF).
In My Last article, I gave a description around Kubernetes security and here with this article, I am going further ahead on the discussion with overall assurance of Kubernetes deployment. The adoption of Containers and dominance of kubernetes is very well known, A recent survey below shown the adoption of kubernetes emerging as a non disputed leaders whether its with hyper-scalers, self managed and any other CaaS offerings.
Join Phippy and friends on a journey towards cloud native. This time Phippy and Captain Kube have put up their engineering hats.
In this blog, the author outlined some of the features that Wazuh provides to achieve security monitoring on Kubernetes hosts
In my very first post in this blog and proudly after I successfully received both of them at the first attempt, I loved to share my experience and notes, what tips and hacks you must have to crack the Kubernetes exam.
Learn how to run Kafka on Kubernetes using an open source operator.We kicked off the the first part of the series by setting up a single node Kafka cluster which was accessible to only internal clients within the same Kubernetes cluster, had no encryption, authentication or authorization and used temporary persistence.
Service Mesh Training Course from The Linux Foundation and CNCF. This course explains the principles behind service mesh and explores the use of Envoy Proxy, Linkerd, Istio, Consul, and the Service Mesh Interface (SMI).
In this article, learn how to run Kafka on Kubernetes.Some of my previous blog posts (such as Kafka Connect on Kubernetes, the easy way!), demonstrate how to use Kafka Connect in a Kubernetes-native way. This is the first in a series of blog posts which will cover Apache Kafka on Kubernetes using the Strimzi Operator.
In this article, we'll configure Strimzi to add persistence to a Kubernetes cluster, explore various components, and expand our cluster's storage size.
Over the course of the first two parts of this blog series, we setup a single-node Kafka cluster on Kubernetes, secured it using TLS encryption and accessed the broker using both internal and external clients. Let's keep iterating! In this post, we will continue the Kafka on Kubernetes journey with Strimzi and cover:
Helm, the Kubernetes package manager for deploying predefined “charts” of applications into Kubernetes clusters, has now graduated from incubation at the Cloud Native Computing Foundation as a fully-fledged CNCF project.
You can’t operate Kubernetes without a registry, making Harbor a key ingredient in any cloud native environment. Harbor 2.0 takes a giant leap in expanding the types of supported artifacts by standardizing to the OCI format.
Kubernetes is a high-velocity open source orchestration tool to deploy, scale, and update containerized applications. This course will teach you how to containerize, host, deploy, and configure an application in a multi-node cluster.
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