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If you are working on Kubernetes for some time you may have faced a scenario where you have to give some users limited access to your Kubernetes cluster. For example you may want a user, say Alice from development, to have access only to some resources that are in the development namespace and nothing else. …

Cloud Foundry Foundation, home to open source projects simplifying the developer experience, today announced that KubeCF has become an incubating project under the Foundation and has released version 1.0.1. KubeCF is an open source distribution of Cloud Foundry Application Runtime (CFAR) designed to run on top of Kubernetes. The distribution works with the cf-operator from Project Quarks to deploy and manage releases …

VMware, Inc. announced a comprehensive portfolio of products and services to help customers modernize their applications and infrastructure—marking a new chapter for the company. Applications are core to today’s successful digital transformation efforts—enabling enterprises to deliver personalized digital experiences to their customers to generate new revenue streams. Enterprises are increasingly modernizing their applications to compete effectively …

A Brief Recap: What are Network Policies? Network policies are used in Kubernetes to specify how groups of pods are allowed to communicate with each other and with external network endpoints. They can be thought of as the Kubernetes equivalent of a firewall. As with most Kubernetes objects, network policies are extremely flexible and powerful …

Kubernetes cluster networking can be more than a bit confusing, even for engineers with hands-on experience working with virtual networks and request routing. In this post, we will present an introduction into the complexities of Kubernetes networking by following the journey of an HTTP request to a service running on a basic Kubernetes cluster. We …

Adopting containers and Kubernetes means adopting new ways of doing things, not least of which is how you configure and maintain your resources. As a declarative system, Kubernetes allows you to express your intent for a given resource, and then creates and updates those resources using continuous reconciliation. Compared with imperative configuration approaches, Kubernetes-style declarative config …

The promise of Kubernetes is to make container management easy and ubiquitous. Up until recently though, the benefits of Kubernetes were limited to Linux-based applications, preventing enterprise applications running on Windows Server from taking advantage of its agility, speed of deployment and simplified management. Last year, the community brought Kubernetes support to Windows Server containers. Building …

In our conversations with technology leaders about Anthos, we quickly get into the strategic questions about long term transformation and selection of the right technology architectures. At the heart of those discussions is an exploration of the potential economic value to their organization. So we commissioned Forrester Consulting to interview a few early adopters of …

Anthos, Google Cloud’s open application modernization platform, can help you modernize your existing applications, making them more portable, maintainable, scalable and secure. And now, our newest learning specialization, Architecting Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure with Anthos, is live, showing how you can use its technologies to transform your IT environments. Designed for infrastructure operators, architects, and DevOps professionals, Architecting …

Linux containers, in short, contain applications in a way that keep them isolated from the host system that they run on. Containers allow a developer to package up an application with all of the parts it needs, such as libraries and other dependencies, and ship it all out as one package. And they are designed to …