Tags: Kubernetes

Container Trends: Plans, Orchestration and CI – A Dataset from Bitnami

Over the last week we have had the opportunity to work with a large set of data collected by Bitnami (full disclosure: Bitnami is a RedMonk client). Bitnami collected this data by means of a user survey across their entire user base, and the survey garnered over 5,000 responses from a request sent...
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Deploying your Application to Kubernetes

At Travix we run about half of our 100 in-house developed applications in Google Container Engine, Google’s hosted version of the Kubernetes container management cluster. We started using it in May 2015 when Kubernetes was still in Alpha, and since then embraced it and use it as our default hosting...
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Platform9’s Managed Kubernetes Available in Beta

Platform9, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) startup founded by former VMware engineers, is making its managed Kubernetes platform available in beta to potential customers. The enterprise-ready platform is intended to make it easier for users to deploy and manage Docker containers and also to...
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Red Hat OpenShift Online Now Supports Docker, Kubernetes

Since Red Hat settled on its gears orchestration model for applications a few years back, the enterprise has, to some extent, gravitated to the Kubernetes model championed by Google and facilitated by Docker, Last year’s release of Red Hat’s OpenShift 3, the company’s Platform-as-a-Service software...
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Kubectl vs HTTP API

One of the best things Kubernetes has is its API, however, I’ve seen a few tools that instead of using the HTTP API use a wrapper on kubectl. I tweeted about it and a discussion was created around the differences between kubectl and the HTTP API. One thing that I hope it’s clear it’s that kubectl...
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CoreOS Launches a Kubernetes-Friendly Storage System: Torus

Continuing to innovate at a rapid clip within the container orchestration space,CoreOS has launched an open source project aimed to give Kubernetes users a proper storage system to work with their pods. The goal behind Torus is to provide scalable storage to container clusters orchestrated by...
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Red Hat's Mark Turansky presented on persistent storage for containers with Kubernetes and OpenShift at LinuxCon 2015.
Red Hat engineer Mark Turansky presented on persistent storage for containers with Kubernetes and OpenShift at LinuxCon 2015.

Linus Torvalds, Google Compute Engine Architect Joe Beda, ASF Founder Brian Behlendorf to Speak at LinuxCon 2016

You can celebrate the 25th anniversary of Linux with Linus Torvalds and other open source innovators and leaders at LinuxCon North America and ContainerCon this year. Torvalds, Linux and Git creator and Linux Foundation fellow, will keynote at the event, to be held in Toronto, Canada Aug. 22-24. He...
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Univa Brings Supercomputer Scheduling to Kubernetes

As the market about container scheduling heats up, Univa, workload management specialists from the high-performance computing (HPC) market, are among those entering the ring. Earlier this month, the company demonstrated Navops Command, a pluggable, automated workload placement and policy management...
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Five-Minute Screencasts to Learn Kubernetes

Containers are disrupting the way we develop applications and the way we manage them in our datacenter. Docker provides a great user experience for developers, who can develop, package, ship, and run applications easily. However creating a truly distributed application made of several dozens,...
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Introducing Unik: Build and Run Unikernels with Ease

By Idit Levine (@Idit_Levine), Office of the CTO & CTO of Cloud Platform Team, EMC Check out the Unik code today at https://github.com/emc-advanced-dev/unik/ Catch the announcement and live demo today at 11am PDT/2pm EDT:  https://plus.google.com/events/c17rvgfd2cohnn5adaf5ov1drag If you're...
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