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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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Helm
Learn how to run and test your code on a production-like environment with Kubernetes and Helm.

Put Wind into your Deployments with Kubernetes and Helm

I’m a Software Engineer. Every day, I come into work and write code. That’s what I’m paid to do. As I write my code, I need to be confident that it’s of the highest quality. I can test it locally, but anyone who’s ever heard the words, “...but it works on my machine,” knows that’s not enough. There...
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Heptio Launches New Open Source Load-Balancing Project with Kubernetes in Mind

Heptio added a new load balancer to its stable of open-source projects Monday, targeting Kubernetes users who are managing multiple clusters of the container-orchestration tool alongside older infrastructure. Gimbal, developed in conjunction with Heptio customer Actapio, was designed to route...
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Learn about CRI, container runtimes, and KataContainers from Harry (Lei) Zhang and Xu Wang in their talk “CRI: The Second Boom of Container Runtimes” at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon EU 2018, May 2-4 in Copenhagen. Read on for a preview.

CRI: The Second Boom of Container Runtimes

Harry (Lei) Zhang, together with the CTO of HyperHQ, Xu Wang, will present “CRI: The Second Boom of Container Runtimes” at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon EU 2018, May 2-4 in Copenhagen, Denmark. The presentation will clarify about more about CRI, container runtimes, KataContainers and where they are...
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Docker Enterprise Edition 2.0 Launches With Secured Kubernetes

After months of development effort, Kubernetes is now fully supported in the stable release of the Docker Enterprise Edition. Docker Inc. officially announced Docker EE 2.0 on April 17, adding features that have been in development in the Docker Community Edition (CE) as well as enhanced enterprise...
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DevOps Is the Secret Ingredient to Make Microservices Cook

The skill in DevOps is not being a great chef, but a great manager: Managing the waiters, the hot window, the prep chefs, and the money, all from a vantage point above the floor, with full visibility of the entire chain of processes, products, and people. In the microservices world, this means it’s...
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Making Cloud-Native Computing Universal and Sustainable

The original seed project for CNCF was Kubernetes, as orchestration is a critical piece of moving toward a cloud-native infrastructure. As many people know, Kubernetes is one of the highest-velocity open source projects of all time and is sometimes affectionately referred to as “Linux of the Cloud...
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This Week in Numbers: Chinese Adoption of Kubernetes

Chinese developers are, in general, less far along in their production deployment of containers and Kubernetes, according to our reading of data from a Mandarin-translated version of a Cloud Native Computing Foundationsurvey. For example, 44 percent of the Mandarin respondents were using Kubernetes...
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Automated Rollback of Helm Releases Based on Logs or Metrics

Continuous delivery is becoming a standard, if you implement the right process you get a predictable deployment. When a change is made in the code, most of the time the build, test, deploy and monitor steps are followed. This is the base for anyone willing to apply automation to their release...
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Kubernetes and Cloud Foundry: Better Together

Here are three reasons to consider using Kubernetes and Cloud Foundry together. Containerization is the new virtualization: Containers present a new way to virtualizing compute resources that is faster and more efficient than traditional virtual machines. Containers are also much easier to build...
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