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If you’re using Anthos to enable a hybrid or multicloud deployment, one option is to run the Kubernetes-based platform directly on bare metal hardware, without a virtualization layer. Running your applications on Anthos clusters on bare metal delivers strong performance and flexibility, while allowing you to modernize your applications: Anthos clusters on bare metal are …

Today, the Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization enabling mass innovation through open source, announced the formation of project Nephio in partnership with Google Cloud and leaders across the telecommunications industry. The Linux Foundation provides a venue for continued ecosystem, developer growth and diversity, as well as collaboration across the open source ecosystems. Building, managing and deploying scalable 5G …

 Diamanti, the company that streamlines Kubernetes applications and data management for global enterprises, is offering customers Ultima Accelerator, a fully integrated storage and networking solution for Kubernetes available for a limited time with three free Lenovo servers. The product, shipped by Lenovo, comes with Diamanti’s software and offers out-of-the-box full deployment services with Diamanti Kubernetes-certified deployment specialists that …

As the Public Sector Solutions team at Google Cloud, we have many opportunities to develop solutions that make the most of the cutting-edge Cloud technologies. In many projects, we collaborate with multiple development teams to develop, test, and deploy microservice-based solutions, often to GKE clusters. In this blog, we will address these challenges of managing …

Kubernetes is a portable, extensible, open-source cluster manager for managing containerized workloads and services. The features of Kubernetes include automatic software deployment, orchestration, automatic scaling, and management of virtualized resources used by the services. Kubernetes also include a scheduler to distribute tasks evenly among worker nodes. This blog is going to focus on the scheduler …

KoolKits (Kubernetes toolkits) are highly-opinionated, language-specific, batteries-included debug container images for Kubernetes. In practice, they’re what you would’ve installed on your production pods if you were stuck during a tough debug session in an unfamiliar shell. We created a quick, 2-minute explanation of the project if you prefer that to the written word: To briefly give …

Amidst many social and economic disruptions that have arisen in the last few years, enterprises have been forced to quicken the pace of their digital transformation initiatives, adding and consuming cloud-based capacity and capability just to stay competitive, relevant, and, for some, in business. At the heart of this new movement is container technology. For …

We increasingly meet CTOs and cloud architects in need of a secure platform that can run on multiple clouds or on-premise to meet customer requirements. A mature platform must not only “run code”, but also outsource application state in databases, message queues and in-memory caches. So what are the options of your platform team? In …

On March 15th, the Go team announced Go 1.18 GA, the latest release of the Go programming language. The culmination of over a decade of design delivers the features our developers demanded: generics, fuzzing, and module workspaces. With this release, Go becomes the first major language to integrate fuzz testing into its core toolchain without using third-party …

This article describes how e-Cloud uses KubeEdge to manage CDN edge nodes, automatically deploy and upgrade CDN edge services, and implement edge service disaster recovery (DR) when it migrates its CDN services to the cloud. This article includes the following four parts: Project background KubeEdge-based edge node management Edge service deployment Architecture evolution directions Project …