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Kubernetes has been a revelation for companies working with containers. It makes container orchestration consistent, which can streamline development and make CI/CD processes more reliable. However, your success depends on more than developing containerized applications and integrating Kubernetes into your CI tooling. You still need to consider how you will deploy your containers into a …

Important changes to Kubectl authentication are coming in GKE v1.25 While Google created Kubernetes, the platform has become the de-facto standard for container orchestration thanks to a large open-source community. To ensure the separation between the open source version of Kubernetes and those versions that are customized by services providers like Google, the open source …

Designing scalable cloud native applications requires considerable thought, as there are many challenges to overcome. Even with the great clouds we have today for deploying our applications, the infamous fallacies of distributed computing are still true. Indeed, the network will cause both slowdowns and errors. Cloud native applications, which are often microservices, must be designed and deployed specifically to overcome these …

Guest post originally published on Oteemo’s blog by Tom Halligan Introduction: This is the second in a series of posts aimed at providing information on Kubernetes tooling (I will use the abbreviation K8s at times) to IT, DevOps and engineering teams that help support K8s deployments. These will not be deep dives into K8s architecture …

Guest post originally published on InfraCloud’s blog by Frederick Fernando Let’s talk about Kubernetes security As Kubernetes continues to grow in adoption, it is important for us to know how to secure it. In a dynamic infrastructure platform such as Kubernetes, detecting and addressing threats is important but also challenging at the same time. Falco, …

Numerous reports have consistently shown that enterprises today embrace hybrid and multicloud as their preferred modes of IT infrastructure deployment. According to a survey done by IDG, more than half (55%) of organizations currently use multiple public clouds, with 21% saying they use three or more. As developers are becoming acclimated to building and shipping …

What if you could just spin up a temporary cluster to test your application and set it to delete it after a certain time period automatically, all of that using a custom resource? That’s what we are going to talk about in this blog post. Introduction What if I wanted to create a throwaway cluster …

Kubernetes is a container orchestration tool, but its functionality extends far beyond just orchestrating containers in a narrow sense. It offers a range of additional features that—to a limited extent—address needs such as load balancing, access control, security policy enforcement, and even logging and monitoring. Indeed, Kubernetes’s broad functionality has led some folks to call it …