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Operators can help you extend Kubernetes functionality to include managing any stateful applications your organization uses; learn more in this tutorial.

Demystifying Kubernetes Operators with the Operator SDK: Part 1

You may have heard about the concept of custom Operators in Kubernetes. You may have even read about the CoreOS operator-sdk, or tried walking through the setup. The concept is cool: Operators can help you extend Kubernetes functionality to include managing any stateful applications your...
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Add It Up: Serverless vs. Kubernetes vs. Containers

Has “serverless” surpassed containers? Will Kubernetes be the center of the universe for developers? Regardless of the technical benefits, your personal investment in the technologies impact your point of view. Containers have the edge according to a survey conducted for our ebook about serverless...
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Get detailed, step-by-step instructions showing exactly how to deploy Hyperledger Fabric on Kubernetes in this follow-up to our recent webinar.

How to Deploy Hyperledger Fabric on Kubernetes - Part II

We recently hosted a webinar about deploying Hyperledger Fabric on Kubernetes. It was taught by Alejandro (Sasha) Vicente Grabovetsky and Nicola Paoli from AID:Tech. The webinar contained a detailed, step-by-step instruction showing exactly how to deploy Hyperledger Fabric on Kubernetes. For those...
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The Beginner’s Guide to the CNCF Landscape

The cloud native landscape can be complicated and confusing. Its myriad of open source projects are supported by the constant contributions of a vibrant and expansive community. The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) has a landscape map that shows the full extent of cloud native solutions,...
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Google Integrates Istio Service Mesh into Kubernetes Service

Istio, the open source service mesh that helps provide traffic management, observability, and security to microservices and distributed applications, is taking another step forward this week, as Google announces that it will be coming to Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) next month in the form of a...
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Why Should You Use Microservices and Containers?

What to expect when you're working with microservices and containers. First of all, what are microservices? Microservices is a type of architecture that splits your application into multiple services that does a fine-grained function that’s a part of your application as a whole. Each of your...
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Kubernetes in Production vs. Kubernetes in Development: 4 Myths

We recently cleared up some of the common misunderstandings people have about Kubernetes as they start experimenting with it. One of the biggest misunderstandings, though, deserves its own story: Running Kubernetes in production is pretty much the same as running Kubernetes in a dev or test...
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Nabla on Kubernetes

A while back, we released a demo of the nabla containers runtime, runnc (v0.1). Most recently, we have improved our runtime in several aspects such as better start-up times and memory density. In addition to that (and also the focus of this blogpost), we have implemented Nabla support for...
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The Non-Code Contributor’s Guide aims to make it easy for anyone to contribute to the Kubernetes project in a way that makes sense for them.

Introducing the Non-Code Contributor’s Guide

It was May 2018 in Copenhagen, and the Kubernetes community was enjoying the contributor summit at KubeCon/CloudNativeCon, complete with the first run of the New Contributor Workshop. As a time of tremendous collaboration between contributors, the topics covered ranged from signing the CLA to deep...
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Who Is Running My Kubernetes Pod? The Past, Present, and Future of Container Runtimes

In the Linux operating system world, container technology has existed for quite some time, reaching back over a decade to the initial ideas around separate namespaces for file systems and processes. At some point in the more recent past, LXC was born and became the common way for users on Linux to...
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