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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 the Kong blog by Marco Palladino Kuma is an open source, CNCF service mesh that supports every environment, including Kubernetes and virtual machines. In this Kuma service mesh tutorial, I will show you how easy it is to get started. Download Kuma Start by downloading Kuma to your preferred environment. For this tutorial, I used macOS as my …

KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2021 – Virtual sponsored post by Sirish Bathina of Kasten by Veeam Flexible storage options are one of the many benefits of developing apps in Kubernetes, but choosing the right one can be a challenge. Depending on your app’s requirements and characteristics, one solution might be better than the other. But …

Guest post by Yan Xun, Senior Engineer from Alibaba Cloud EDAS team, Andy Shi, Developer Advocator from Alibaba Cloud, Tom Kerkhove, Containerization Practitioner Lead & Azure Architect at Codit, KEDA maintainer, CNCF Ambassador When scaling Kubernetes there are a few areas that come to mind, but if you are new to Kubernetes this can be …

Guest post originally published on the Fairwinds blog by Kendall Miller From Infrastructure as Code to Policy as Code It wasn’t that long ago people started talking about Infrastructure as Code. Part of the reason why is how fast the technology in the cloud native space has matured. It also wasn’t that long ago that …

Guest post by Anind Mathur and Akash Bakshi of MSys Technologies As we hopefully look forward to what can be a better year, MSys Technologies brings you the 2021 tech predictions based on our Software Product Engineering Services and Digital Transformation expertise. Software Product Engineering Momentum for Single Data Platform with Low Code/No Code 1.1 …

Guest post originally published on Logiq’s blog by Ajit Chelat Kubernetes is one of the most popular choices for container management and automation today. A highly efficient Kubernetes setup generates innumerable new metrics every day, making monitoring cluster health quite challenging. You might find yourself sifting through several different metrics without being entirely sure which ones are …

Imagine running a business without financial projections or even knowing how much money is left in the bank. How would you know if you are swimming in a huge cash buffer or if you need to skip a customer lunch due to insufficient funds? Without observing your financials it is simply impossible to run a …

We are excited to announce that we’re now reopening applications to run Kubernetes Community Days around the world with the first ones up being KCD Africa and KCD Bengaluru. Kubernetes Community Days were launched in 2019 but were put on hold during 2020 due to the pandemic. However, the cloud native community is a foundation …

Guest post originally published on the Msys Technologies blog by Ashish Sharma Prologue In the era of digital transformation, the 5G network is a leap forward. But frankly, the tall promises of the 5G network are cornering the edge computing technology to democratize data at a granular level. To add to the vows, 5G also …