Kubernetes

Kubernetes is an open-source platform designed to automate deployment, scaling, and operation of application containers, across multiple hosts and/or clouds.

Cloud automation in 2021: The new normal in the tech industry — CAST AI

Scaling, provisioning, and configuring cloud resources manually often results in errors that can affect your availability or performance. Solution? Cloud automation.

Kubernetes For Container Orchestration | Kubernetes Training

This Edureka video on Kubernetes For Container Orchestration will give you an introduction to one of the most popular DevOps tools in the market - Kubernetes, and its importance in today's IT processes. This tutorial is ideal for beginners who want to get started with Kubernetes & DevOps.

Kubernetes Project for Beginners | Run your First App on Kubernetes | Kubernetes Training

This Edureka Kubernetes Projects video will help you create, run and share a Container Image on Docker. Moving on, we will set up a Kubernetes Cluster using minikube and finally, run our First Application on Kubernetes.

AzureFunBytes Episode 46 - OpenShift on @Azure with @jjasghar

Integrate your Azure OpenShift deployments with Azure Active Directory to manage user access and authentication to your resources. Azure Red Hat OpenShift provides single-tenant, high-availability Kubernetes clusters on Azure, supported by Red Hat and Microsoft. Teams from across the globe have leveraged OpenShift to create clusters in public and private environments, add user management features, automate updates, and make use of world class comprehensive security.

Kubernetes For Container Orchestration | Kubernetes Tutorial

This Edureka video on Kubernetes For Container Orchestration will give you an introduction to one of the most popular DevOps tools in the market - Kubernetes, and its importance in today's IT processes. This tutorial is ideal for beginners who want to get started with Kubernetes & DevOps.

Introduction to Quarkus and Becoming a Modus Content Creator

Introduction to Quarkus and Becoming a Modus Content Creator. Quarkus is a full-stack, Kubernetes native, Java Application Framework tailored for OpenJDK HotSpot and GraalVM. After discovering Quarkus Java as a more efficient application software, he began using Modus' platform to share his experience by creating blog posts and videos for the community.

Meroxa Aims to Provide the Easy Button for Data Pipelines

You will see Meroxa aims to provide the easy button for data pipelines. Meroxa offers the ability to manage analytics and operational workflows with a single toolset, in real time and at scale.

Goodbye minikube!

I've been using minikube as my local cluster since I started to learn Kubernetes. But I've decided to let it go in favor of kind. Here's the story. A couple of weeks ago, I gave my talk on Zero Downtime on Kubernetes. A demo is included in the talk, as with most of my presentations.

CNCF Adopts Ambassador's API Gateway, Emissary Ingress

The Emissary Ingress open source ingress controller and API gateway for Kubernetes has joined the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) at the incubation level this week.

Test Your Kubernetes Experiments with an Open Source Web interface

Test your Kubernetes experiments with an open source web interface. The fourth article introduces Chaos Mesh, an open source chaos orchestrator with a web user interface (UI) that anyone can use.

Rasa Advanced Deployment: Part 5(Conversation driven development)

Welcome to the 5th part of the Rasa Advanced Development Series. Here, we will talk about Conversation driven development. Conversation-Driven Development (CDD) is the process of listening to your users and using those insights to improve your AI assistant. It is the ...

Deploying Percona Kubernetes Operators using OpenEBS Local Storage

Deploying Percona Kubernetes Operators using OpenEBS Local Storage. Local storage volumes remain the preferred choice when it comes to the control of managing cluster services and achieving higher performance.

Intro to Kf: Cloud Foundry apps on Kubernetes

Learn more about Kf, a Google Cloud service that lets you move existing Cloud Foundry workloads to Kubernetes with minimal disruption. Intro to Kf: Cloud Foundry apps on Kubernetes.

Edge Computing Gets an Open Source Boost

The rise of open source for edge computing is happening by necessity, as no two edge networks or devices are alike, requiring lots of customization. Edge Computing gets an Open Source Boost.

Silly Kubectl Trick #4: Getting at Those Logs

UNIX/Linux system admins use tail(1) and its follow mode flag (-f) to get to the bottom of malfunctions. In Kubernetes, we'd love to use something similar. This is just one blog post in an ongoing series about fun things you can do with the Kubernetes CLI, kubectl. We have a whole bunch of these ...

Practical Top-down Resource Monitoring of a Kubernetes Cluster

Azure AKS clusters include a Metrics Server deployment by default. Kubernetes has a built-in Metrics API (see spec.) and a simple CLI query, kubectl top (documentation), that you can use to fetch a snapshot of the CPU and memory consumption of a Kubernetes object.

Deploying The VotingApp On Shipa

In this article, we will show how to deploy the version 1 of the VotingApp, a demo microservices application, in Kubernetes through the usage of Shipa. Let’s focus on the application and forget about Kubernetes internals and complexity

Windows Container Malware Targets Kubernetes Clusters

Windows Container Malware Targets Kubernetes Clusters. “Siloscape”, the first malware to target Windows containers, breaks out of Kubernetes clusters to plant backdoors and raid nodes for credentials.

Play Doom on Kubernetes

Play Doom on Kubernetes. Terminate pods while having fun by playing Kube DOOM. I'll be using my fork of Kube DOOM (with a new Helm chart because that's how I sometimes spend my weekends).

Breaking Down and Fixing Etcd Cluster

In the previous article, we looked in detail at regenerating SSL-certificates and static-manifests for Kubernetes, as well as issues related to restoring the operability of its control-plane. This article will be fully devoted to restoring an etcd-cluster.