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Over 20,000 Container Management Dashboards Are Exposed on the Internet

Even though it’s highly discouraged to expose any kind of management dashboard directly to the internet, there are many users who continue to ignore this recommendation, and it seems that infrastructure admins are no exception. A recent study by cloud security firm Lacework found over 22,000...
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Open Source Developers Improve Networking, Storage and More in Kubernetes Update

The open source Kubernetes container orchestration project this week shipped its second release of the year, with improvements to networking, storage and more. Kubernetes, under direction of The Linux Foundation, focuses on automating deployment, scaling and management of containerized applications...
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Bloomberg Eschews Vendors For Direct Kubernetes Involvement

Financial information behemoth Bloomberg is a big fan of Kubernetes, and is using it for everything from serving up Bloomberg.com to complex data processing pipelines. Rather than use a managed Kubernetes service or employ an outsourced provider, Bloomberg has chosen to invest in deep Kubernetes...
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8 Surprising Facts about Real Docker Adoption

With thousands of companies using Datadog to monitor their infrastructure and applications, we can see software trends emerging in real time. Today we're excited to share our latest research into Docker adoption and usage. Increasingly, Docker is not being run as a standalone technology but as part...
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Buildah 1.0: Linux Container Construction Made Easy

The good news about containers, such as Docker's, is they make it easy to deploy applications, and you can run far more of them on a server than you can on a virtual machine. The bad news is that putting an application into a container can be difficult. That's where Buildah comes in. Buildah is a...
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Docker Enterprise Edition Offers Multicloud App Management

Docker has expanded its commercial container platform software, Docker Enterprise Edition (EE) to manage containerized applications across multiple cloud services. The idea with this release is to better help enterprise customers manage their applications across the entire development and...
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Helm vs Kapitan vs Kustomize

TLDR; Kapitan (and presumably Ksonnet) is the more flexible and customizable (json and jsonnet) Kustomize if the more straightforward, just released so we’ll need a bit more documentation on built-in functions (yaml only) Helm combines a package approach and releases management that is powerful,...
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Mesos
People often think in terms of x versus y, but it’s not always a question of one technology versus another. Ben Hindman explains how Mesos can complement other technologies.

Mesos and Kubernetes: It's Not a Competition

The roots of Mesos can be traced back to 2009 when Ben Hindman was a PhD student at the University of California, Berkeley working on parallel programming. They were doing massive parallel computations on 128-core chips, trying to solve multiple problems such as making software and libraries run...
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Kubernetes Deep Dive and Use Cases

The popularity of Kubernetes has steadily increased, with more than four major releases in 2017. K8s also was the most discussed project in GitHub during 2017, and was the project with the second most reviews. Deploying Kubernetes Kubernetes offers a new way to deploy applications using containers...
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Helm
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) has accepted Helm as an incubation-level hosted project.

CNCF to Host Helm

Today, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) voted to accept Helm as an incubation-level hosted project. No longer a sub-project under Kubernetes, Helm is a package manager that provides an easy way to find, share, and use software built for Kubernetes....
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