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SLOs are a lot easier with a service mesh in hand In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to easily create service health SLOs on Kubernetes with Prometheus, an open source time-series database, and Linkerd, an open source ultralight service mesh. You’ll see how using a service mesh can solve one of the hardest parts of SLOs: getting consistent …

Admit it, you’ve got them: legacy .NET applications in production supporting the business. How many times have you been asked the hard question of how you’re  going to run those apps in the cloud? It seems like an impossible task, taking something that was developed and has been running on the same, dedicated infrastructure, for …

Diamanti, the company that streamlines Kubernetes application and data management for today’s global enterprise, announced Diamanti Ultima, a new standalone software product based on Diamanti’s industry-leading Kubernetes data plane management solution. Diamanti Ultima delivers cloud-native data services with the only integrated networking and storage data plane solution that can extend across on-premises and cloud-based environments, …

The Cloud Foundry Foundation, home to open source projects simplifying the cloud native developer experience on Kubernetes, announced from the virtual Cloud Foundry European Summit the release of version 1.0 of cf-for-k8s, the release of version 2.5 of KubeCF, and the release of version 4.2 of Stratos. The new release rollouts reinforce the continued momentum of the …

The Kubernetes community is giving up on Ingress and will reinvent traffic routing to scale better with multiple teams and roles. Kubernetes 1.19 and the Ingress Resource In Kubernetes 1.19 the Ingress resource, which defines how HTTP traffic enters and is routed in Kubernetes, was upgraded from beta to GA. While the Ingress resource was in beta …

The release of vSphere 7.0 U1 brings with it a lot of new enhancements to the platform’s core, while the four new Tanzu editions make it easier to package a complete Kubernetes solution. In the meantime, using vSphere with Tanzu has been simplified even more with use of the vSphere Distributed Switch as its main networking construct. Now your …

Having lots of images residing in your container registry can become a noticeable issue while dealing with CI/CD pipelines for modern cloud-native applications delivered to Kubernetes. If you don’t want to have an overfilled registry (and to pay for this uselessly occupied space), you need to understand which images won’t be used anymore. What are …

When developing a service to deploy on Kubernetes, do you sometimes feel like you’re more focused on your YAML files than on your application? When working with YAML, do you find it hard to detect errors early in the development process? We created Cloud Code to let you spend more time writing code and less …

Canonical announced autonomous high availability (HA) clustering in MicroK8s, the lightweight Kubernetes. Already popular for IoT and developer workstations, MicroK8s now gains resilience for production workloads in cloud and server deployments. High availability is enabled automatically once three or more nodes are clustered, and the data store migrates automatically between nodes to maintain quorum in the event …

Red Hat, Inc., the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, announced a step forward in enterprise-wide IT automation with the integration of Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform and Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes. Designed to accelerate the automation and integration between cloud-native and traditional infrastructure, this integration is intended to help drive …