Tags: Kubernetes

Confused Deputies Strike Back

A few weeks back Kubernetes had its first really severe security issue, CVE-2018-1002105. For some background on this, and how it was discovered, I recommend Darren Shepherd’s blog post, he discovered it via some side effects and initially it did not appear to be a security issue just an error...
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Check out the session videos now online from this week's KubeCon + CloudNativeCon.

KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Videos Now Online

This week's KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2018 in Seattle was the biggest ever! This sold-out event featured four days of information on Kubernetes, Prometheus, Envoy, OpenTracing, Fluentd, gRPC, containerd, and rkt, along with many other exciting projects and topics. More than 100...
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Seven Remarkable Takeaways From Massive Kubernetes Conference

The 8,000 attendees attending the Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s(CNCF) KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Kubernetes conference this week in Seattle demonstrated the exponential growth in interest in this complex, technical combination of open source technologies. I attend many technology conferences,...
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The State of Enterprise Open Source in 2018

The state of open source in 2018, and especially, the IBM’s Red Hat purchase, were discussed in this podcast with Rachel Stephens, an analyst with of RedMonk, and Michael Coté, director, marketing, at Pivotal Software, hosted by Libby Clark, editorial director, and Alex Williams, founder and editor...
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6 Best Practices for Highly Available Kubernetes Clusters

A highly available microservice requires that the system gracefully handle the failures of its components. If one part of the system fails in any way, the system can recover without significant downtime. So how exactly can you achieve a highly available, highly reliable, and multi-master Kubernetes...
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Add It Up: Enterprise Adoption of Kubernetes Is Growing

A recently updated user survey from monitoring software provider Datadog confirms an increase in Kubernetes adoption. We believe this is the result of three factors: 1) more organizations using containers in production; 2) Kubernetes has emerged as the leading orchestration platform; 3)...
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Kubernetes etcd Data Project Joins CNCF

How do you store data across a Kubernetes container cluster? With etcd. This essential part of Kubernetes has been managed by CoreOS/Red Hat. No longer. Now, the open-source etcd project has been moved from Red Hat to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). What is etcd? No, it's not what...
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Microsoft has donated Phippy and friends to CNCF.

Phippy + Cloud Native Friends Make CNCF Their Home

In 2016, Deis (now part of Microsoft) platform architect Matt Butcher was looking for a way to explain Kubernetes to technical and non-technical people alike. Inspired by his daughter’s prolific stuffed animal collection, he came up with the idea of “The Children’s Illustrated Guide to Kubernetes...
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How to Learn Kubernetes with Minikube

Containers have become the way everyone deploys applications. And Kubernetes has become the favorite container orchestration tool. As such, it behooves anyone working with containers or the cloud—which is pretty much everyone in enterprise IT—to improve their Kubernetes skills. That’s both to...
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This Kubernetes tutorial gives you solid foundation for building a custom operator that can be applied to real-world use cases.

Demystifying Kubernetes Operators with the Operator SDK: Part 2

In the previous article, we started building the foundation for building a custom operator that can be applied to real-world use cases.  In this part of our tutorial series, we are going to create a generic example-operator that manages our apps of Examplekind. We have already used the operator-sdk...
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