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Introduction to YAML: Creating a Kubernetes Deployment

There’s an easier and more useful way to use Kubernetes to spin up resources outside of the command line: creating configuration files using YAML. In this article, we’ll look at how YAML works and use it to define first a Kubernetes Pod, and then a Kubernetes Deployment. YAML Basics It’s difficult...
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7 Key Considerations for Kubernetes in Production

In this post, we share seven fundamental capabilities large enterprises need to instrument around their Kubernetes investments in order to be able to effectively implement it and utilize it to drive their business. Typically, when developers begin to experiment with Kubernetes, they end up...
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What the Data Says About Kubernetes Deployment Patterns

The considerable growth in the Kubernetes market is well documented. It is by far the most widely used orchestration platform, but it’s not the only one, preventing it from receiving full default status. Kubernetes’ acceptance has forced it to mature quite fast and has left the technology community...
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Deletion and Garbage Collection of Kubernetes Objects

This contributed article is part of a series, from members of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), about CNCF’s Kubecon/CloudNativeCon, taking place this week in Austin, Dec. 6–8.  With the Kubernetes container orchestration engine, concepts and objects build on top of each other. An...
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Center stage: Best Practices for Staging Environments

Let’s talk about staging. We’re talking about staging because no one talks about it. It’s mentioned in passing as the annoying sidekick to production. It’s the expected and completely necessary part of the deployment cycle barely touched by schools or internships. It’s considered such an obvious...
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Automatically Deploy Build Images with Travis

This is the third and last tutorial in our series about creating CICD pipelines with Docker containers. Part one focused on how to use Docker Hub to automatically build your application images, and part two used the online Travis-ci platform to automate the process of running those units tests. Now...
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