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Kubernetes Design and Development Explained

Kubernetes is quickly becoming the de facto way to deploy workloads on distributed systems. In this post, I will help you develop a deeper understanding of Kubernetes by revealing some of the principles underpinning its design. Declarative Over Imperative As soon as you learn to deploy your first...
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API Strategy & Practice

APIStrat brings together experts, leaders, and members of the community to discuss what we each see on the ground every day. This event is not just for developers and IT teams, it is also for business users, executives, and anyone who seeks to better understand how APIs are impacting the world...
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What Is an API? Application Programming Interfaces Explained

API, for application programming interface, is one of those acronyms that is used everywhere from command-line tools to enterprise Java code to Ruby on Rails web apps. Unless you write every single line of code from scratch, you’re going to be interacting with external software components, each...
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Implementing Advanced Scheduling Techniques with Kubernetes

One of the advantages of using an advanced container orchestration tool like Kubernetes is the flexible scheduler. This provides a wide range of options for users to specify conditions for assigning pods to particular worker nodes that satisfy a condition, and not just based on available resources...
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Cloud Foundry
In this article, we continue our look at the Cloud Foundry for Developers training course from The Linux Foundation.

Cloud Foundry for Developers: Architecture

Cloud Foundry is large and complex, because that is what happens when we build software to automate tasks we've been doing manually. In this series, we are previewing the Cloud Foundry for Developers training course to help you better understand what Cloud Foundry is and how to use it. In case you...
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Kubernetes
Learn about the new Kubernetes Cluster API in this preview of KubeCon + CloudNative, coming up May 2-4 in Copenhagen.

Extending the Kubernetes Cluster API

One major downside for developers is that Kubernetes has no native functionality to manage its nodes or other clusters. As a consequence, operations must get involved every time a new cluster or worker node is needed. Of course, several ways exist to create a cluster and also to create a new worker...
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Managing OPA

OPA is a general-purpose policy engine that let’s you offload decisions from your service. To do so, OPA needs to have access to policies and data that it can use to make decisions. Prior to v0.8, OPA only exposed low-level HTTP APIs that let you push policy and data into the engine. With v0.8, we’...
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Meet Gloo, the ‘Function Gateway’ That Unifies Legacy APIs, Microservices, and Serverless

Most enterprises still have monolithic applications, but many are exploring the use of microservices. The monoliths are accessible via APIs and monitored by the traditional application performance management (APM) tools, with deep dives provided by Splunk and other log investigation tools. With...
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Why UX Practitioners Should Learn About SRE

Understanding reliability is an equally complex problem to understanding user needs and we still need to consider the user — even more important than poor reliability is the perception of poor reliability. That why it’s essential that balanced teams start involving UX researchers in the reliability...
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2018: The Year of Kubernetes and Interoperability

On its own, Kubernetes is a great story. What makes it even better is the soaring interoperability movement it’s fueling. An essential part of enabling interoperable cloud-native apps on Kubernetes is the Open Service Broker API. OSBAPI enables portability of cloud services across offerings and...
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