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The telecommunications industry is the backbone of today’s increasingly-digital economies, but it faces a difficult new challenge in evolving to meet modern infrastructure practices. How did telecommunications get itself into this situation? Because the risks of incidents or downtime are so severe, the industry has focused almost exclusively on system designs that minimize risk and maximize …

KubeCon North America 2021 – Breakout Session Recap I gave a breakout session at this year’s KubeCon North America titled “Stream vs. Batch: Leveraging M3 and Thanos for Real-Time Aggregation.” This blog is a recap of the topics and concepts discussed during the session. Visit our KubeCon North America events page for the full session recording. Why …

KubeCon + CloudNativeCon + Open Source Summit China Virtual sponsor guest post from Eric Adams, Cloud Software Engineer at Intel, and Sakari Poussa, Cloud Solutions Architect at Intel You clicked on this article puzzling, “Isn’t the service mesh already encrypted and secure?” You had configured “mtls: STRICT” and per the documentation mutual TLS communication is the …

Red Hat, Inc., the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, announced new capabilities and features for Red Hat OpenShift, the industry’s leading enterprise Kubernetes platform. From updates to OpenShift Serverless for enhanced developer efficiency to extended support across architectures, Red Hat OpenShift helps fuel enterprise innovation across the hybrid cloud backed by Red Hat’s …

Or, how can cloud services not be cloud-native? KubeCon EU was great in many ways. One pleasant surprise is that because KubeCon was a virtual event, this led to me having more conversations with various storage vendors and projects than I have had at prior KubeCons. The KubeCon storage channel pulled together a lot of smart vendors …

As we wrap up our first ever virtual KubeCon in 2020, as a community, we also celebrate our biggest KubeCon yet. With over 18,000 registered attendees using a virtual experience that went super smooth for all involved, I have to extend a special thank you and kudos to the entirety of the Linux Foundation and the …

As attendees of KubeCon know, containers are here to stay. In fact, “Gartner predicts that by 2022, more than 75% of global organizations will be running containerized applications in production, which is a significant increase from fewer than 30% in 2019.”1 Delivering applications in a timely manner keeps us competitive and relevant to our customer base. …

Kubernetes is one of the hottest technologies around right now. But are people deciding to adopt Kubernetes because it’s the best solution for their applications, or because it’s the cool kid on the block? The evidence suggests many are advocating for it based on a fear of missing out on the latest trend, not because …