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Kenzan pipeline
Part 2 of this series lays the last bit of infrastructure needed to run our Kr8sswordz Puzzle application.

Set Up a CI/CD Pipeline with a Jenkins Pod in Kubernetes (Part 2)

In Part 1 of our series, we got our local Kubernetes cluster up and running with Docker, Minikube, and kubectl. We set up an image repository, and tried building, pushing, and deploying a container image with code changes we made to the Hello-Kenzan app. It’s now time to automate this process. In...
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Kubernetes
In this tutorial series, we show how easy it is to set up a fully-containerized application stack in Kubernetes with a simple CI/CD pipeline to manage the deployments.

Set Up a CI/CD Pipeline with Kubernetes Part 1: Overview

What’s New? We’ve updated the four parts of this blog series and versioned the code along with it to include the following new technology components. Jenkins Plugin Kubernetes Continuous Deploy has  been added to deployments. https://plugins.jenkins.io/kubernetes-cd Kubernetes RBAC and...
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continuous security
Security is the highest adoption barrier for enterprises interested in harnessing the power of containers, says Chris Van Tuin in this preview of Open FinTech Forum.

Continuous Security with Kubernetes

As the Chief Technologist at Red Hat for the western region, Christian Van Tuin has been architecting solutions for strategic customers and partners for over a decade. He’s lived through the rise of DevOps and containers. And in his role, he’s found that security is the highest adoption barrier for...
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​IBM Mainframe Containers Grow More Secure

Everything old is new again. In the 1960s, IBM's OS/650 mainframe operating system had two modes, MFT and MVT, in which process got its own address space and couldn't interface with others processes running parallel with it. This was the ancestor to both virtual machines (VM) and containers. Fast...
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Kubernetes 1.12 Arrives With TLS and Better Cloud Integrations

The Kubernetes project has been hurtling at breakneck speed towards the boring. As the popular open source container orchestration platform has matured, it’s been the boring features which have come front and center, many of which focus on stability and reliability. For the Kubernetes 1.12 release ...
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Linkerd 2.0: Service Ops for You and Me

In a microservices environment the service owner writes the code as well as increasingly is also responsible for keeping the service(s) they wrote up and running. We call that, very fittingly, service ops. To me, the service ops idea is really a kind of a subset of the appops moniker I’m...
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Kubernetes 1.12 Improves Cloud-Native Security With TLS Bootstrap

The third major release of the open-source Kubernetes container orchestration system in 2018 is now out, providing users with a stable release of a key security feature that has been in development for two years, while previewing a new sandboxing isolation capability. On Sept. 27, the Cloud Native...
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Kubernetes 101: How to Get Started with Container Orchestration

With Kubernetes, life as a developer is a whole lot simpler. Although it started life as an open source project at Google, Kubernetes now is one of the fastest growing automation systems for containers today. Though there is a steep learning curve with Kubernetes, it’s still a simple, highly...
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Distributed Tracing Infrastructure with Jaeger on Kubernetes

Kubernetes has become the de-facto orchestrator for microservices infrastructure and deployment. The ecosystem is extremely rich and one of the fastest growing in the open-source community. A monitoring infrastructure with Prometheus, ElasticSearch, Grafana, Envoy/Consul, Jaeger/Zipkin make up a...
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Helm, The Package Manager for Kubernetes

A few weeks ago, the CNCF family was extended with a new project – Helm, the package manager for Kubernetes. Kubernetes was developed as a solution to manage and orchestrate containerized workloads. At the same time, managing the pure containers is not always enough. At the final end, Kubernetes is...
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