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Kubernetes pods are the basic building blocks of Kubernetes. It’s managing one or more tightly coupled application containers allowing them to share resources and networks. Pods are hosted on nodes, which are either physical or virtual machines. When defining a Pod we need to think not only about how much CPU or memory we want to assign …

TL;DR: Cloud providers can place multiple VMs of the same cloud customer on a shared physical host – a situation that is difficult to detect with conventional means, but readily apparent with Clockwork’s high precision measurements VM colocation has performance implications that are much more severe than simple shared tenancy When three or more VMs …

We are pleased to announce the general availability of Vitess 14. Major Themes # In this new release, major improvements have been made in several areas of Vitess, including usability and reliability. Online DDL is now GA. Gen4 planner is the new default planner. VTAdmin and VTOrc are officially in beta with Vitess 14. Usability # Command-Line Syntax …

The IT world is adopting container-based infrastructures more and more every day. However, the advantages, disadvantages and even the limitations are not clear to everyone. Considering that even large companies are approaching container-based infrastructures, it is a good idea to account for possible attack areas and the potential impact of a data breach. Technologies like …

In this blog, we explain how to build a self-service Kubernetes platform with Helm, GitOps, and Cluster API. Profile layer models are the foundation for deploying whole clusters on demand and building platforms for developers with all the components they need. As a result, developer iterations make it into production faster. Kubernetes is the de …

In many IT departments, you can frequently experience that when an issue is reported, Dev and Ops teams start solving the problem by adopting a fire‑fighting mode. In fact, the Ops team can both give support to the Dev team for some tasks (e.g., activation of new services) and also needs the Dev team for …

TL;DR Use <a class="au lu" href="https://developer.android.com/reference/kotlin/androidx/compose/ui/text/PlatformTextStyle" target="_blank" rel="noopener ugc nofollow"><em class="lg">PlatformTextStyle</em></a> compatibility API from <a class="au lu" href="https://android-developers.googleblog.com/2022/05/whats-new-in-jetpack-compose.html" target="_blank" rel="noopener ugc nofollow"><em class="lg">Compose 1.2.0 beta</em></a> to configure <a class="au lu" href="https://developer.android.com/reference/kotlin/androidx/compose/ui/text/PlatformParagraphStyle#includeFontPadding()" target="_blank" rel="noopener ugc nofollow"><em class="lg">includeFontPadding</em></a> For now, <em class="lg">includeFontPadding</em> is true by default in Compose but it will be changed to false in the next releases of Compose, and eventually the compatibility …

CNCF Volcano 1.6.0 is now available with new features such as elastic job management, dynamic scheduling and rescheduling based on actual resource utilization, and MPI job plugin. Volcano is the  first cloud native batch computing project in CNCF. It was open sourced at Shanghai KubeCon in June 2019 and accepted as a CNCF project in …

Cloud native technology: a new generation of software that enables a highly automated way of working with deployment and operations of services, specifically crafted around the possibilities offered by the cloud. At the epicenter of cloud native technology sits Kubernetes, an “orchestrator” of cloud native applications. In this article, we will focus on the benefits cloud …

Kubernetes-native could be any object, resource, custom resource, application, middleware, workload, image, tool, interface etc. which is designed to run on Kubernetes platform, and it runs with its own or shared YAML file. This is the simplest definition. Kubernetes-native technologies and environments are meant to provide true portability and interoperability. So, what is Kubernetes-native Target …