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Kubernetes and the Challenge of Adding Persistent Storage

Kubernetes adoption is exploding, but hype aside, Kubernetes remains very new — and has a long way to go before it ever might become an integral part of most IT infrastructures. In the meantime, many, if not most, enterprises and IT shops are just looking to get their feet wet as they enter this...
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Making Kubernetes Easier with Cloud Foundry Platform

Cloud-native technologies and architectures are the means by which more traditional businesses — like insurance, financial services or even heavy machinery — can transition from simply consuming cloud resources into operating like the cloud providers themselves. This is shifting the way they run...
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Bigger than Linux: The Rise of Cloud Native

A trip to KubeCon + CloudNativeCon reveals a community hard at work building an open, agile and scalable cloud platform to fuel the boom in ubiquitous services.... To understand the importance of Kubernetes we need to return to containers briefly. Containers, by design, use less resources than...
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Kubernetes as a Service Built on OpenStack

In this video from the 2018 Swiss HPC Conference, Saverio Proto from SWITCH presents: Kubernetes as a Service Built on OpenStack. “At SWITCH we are looking to provide a container platform as a Service solution. We are working on Kubernetes leveraging the Openstack cloud provider integration. In...
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KubeCon + CloudNativeCon was held last week in Copenhagen, Denmark; get details in this week's open source news. (Image courtesy of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation.)

This Week in Open Source News: Microsoft Proves Linux Love, KubeCon Shows Impressive Growth & Influence & More

This week in our news roundup, Microsoft demonstrates its "open source love" with a Linux-friendly update to the Windows Notepad feature, KubeCon size tripled this year & attendees learned about the direction of Kubernetes & container orchestration & more! Read on! 1) "Microsoft has...
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Kubernetes and CNI: What’s Next — Making It Easier to Write Networking Plugins

Linux containers have changed the way we think about application architecture and the speed at which we can deliver on business requirements. They provide consistency and portability across environments and allow developers to focus on application innovation rather than underlying execution details...
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Red Hat Introduces Kubernetes Operators Software Development Toolkit

At Red Hat Summit in San Francisco, Red Hat introduced Kubernetes Operators to the Red Hat OpenShift ecosystem. This provides an easy path for independent software vendors (ISVs) to deliver tested and validated Kubernetes applications on OpenShift. Red Hat picked up Kubernetes Operators as part of...
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Kubernetes and Microservices: A Developers’ Movement to Make the Web Faster, Stable, and More Open

As web development has evolved, there has been a tendency to develop “monolithic” applications — that is, software that contains most or all parts of the code for a given company or service. Over time, those code bases have grown to massive sizes and become hugely complex, which has led to a wide...
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Docker for Desktop is Certified Kubernetes

“You are now Certified Kubernetes.” With this comment, Docker for Windows and Docker for Mac passed the Kubernetes conformance tests. Kubernetes has been available in Docker for Mac and Docker for Windows since January, having first being announced at DockerCon EU last year. But why is this...
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How the Kubernetes Release Team Works

As a community project, Kubernetes also has a community process for how releases are managed and delivered. At the KubeCon and CloudNativeCon Europe 2018 event, Jaice Singer DuMars, OSS Governance Program Manager, and Caleb Miles, technical program manager at Google, outlined the core process and...
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