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Why emphasize on the Edge? As we start using the edge computing in its true sense, I think we are approaching the edge of the technological renaissance. The Edge is becoming an essential element of all the upcoming and futuristic technologies. Some of the popular examples would be as shown in Fig. 1: Edge is …

In this blog post I describe the ‘Edge’ profile for Anthos on bare metal. I compare this new option against the default profile. I also introduced the recently published “Rolling out clusters on the edge at scale with Anthos on bare metal” guide that walks you through the steps to install Anthos on bare metal …

With the widespread adoption of containers among organizations, Kubernetes has become the de facto standard to deploy and operate containerized applications. As you expand your Kubernetes footprint, creating and enforcing consistent configurations and security policies across your growing fleet can create friction. Anthos Config Management (ACM) tackles this by enabling you to set and enforce …

As we discussed in part 2 of this blog series, if you design your edge computing realistically, your systems may not be connected to the network all the time. But there are a variety of tools you can use to manage those edge deployments effectively, and that can even tie them back into your main …

Kubernetes management can be daunting for developers who don’t have specialized understanding of the orchestration technology. Learning Kubernetes takes practice and time, a precious commodity for devs who are under pressure to deliver new applications. This post provides direction on what you need to know and what you can skip to take advantage of Kubernetes. Let’s start with …

Guest post originally published on SparkFabrik’s blog by SparkFabrik Team Kubernetes, the open-source container orchestration solution, is gaining an increasing amount of popularity – (recent data in fact shows that, in the AWS cloud, it is used by one in three companies. But what are the real benefits of adopting this technology? Typically, 5 key benefits can be identified: reduced application development and …

Whether with the cloud or within their own data centers, enterprises have undergone a period of remarkable consolidation and centralization of their compute resources. But with the rise of ever more powerful mobile devices, and increasingly capable cellular networks, application architects are starting to think beyond the confines of the data center, and looking out …

It is imperative for DevOps success that operations teams provide a good developer experience and that developers have what they need for productive workflows. When this is done automatically and seamlessly, teams can get code to production faster. However, it’s not enough to get code committed quickly. That code must also be compliant and secure. …

Kubernetes is a leader in container orchestration. According to Statista, as much as 46% of respondents in a recent survey stated that they used Kubernetes for automating computer application deployments, management, and scaling. However, there are some security issues that we need to address during the container lifecycle phase. This means that you should take steps …

Once, there were only three types of clouds: public, private, and the nebulous hybrid cloud which, depending on whom one asked, entailed a synthesis of the first two or one of them enjoined with on-premise resources. A number of more recent developments, however, have occurred to multiply the types of clouds and their purposes into …