An ideal testing solution should model and then replay all associated inbound and outbound traffic. Essentially, the traffic would be realistically “mocked” without interrupting the developer team’s workflow as the code is created, from the very beginning of and through the entire development process.
In this article, we’ll explore how users can secure Kubernetes by discussing the four essential pillars for secure access to K8s, go over how zero-trust principles can be applied to Kubernetes, and look at best practices to create and maintain end-to-end zero-trust K8s environments across data centers, public clouds, and even the edge.
What is the current state of enterprise open source, and how has this been changed with the pace of digital transformation? This article looks at Red Hat’s State of Enterprise Open Source report and digs into the top trends in the enterprise open source community during this time of change and growth.
There are a variety of security best practices specific to Kubernetes ─ and containers in general ─ that can help secure the clusters and workloads. They all should be incorporated. This article explores DevSecOps and its approach to handling the Kubernetes infrastructure in a secure manner.
At the heart of a deployment, we as developers must describe how we want the workload to run — yes, at some point, there’s some YAML. But by moving the state of our CI/CD pipelines forward we can improve the state of the art. The GitOps process can both lower the often dreaded learning curve and the number of operations-related challenges that developers typically face when deploying on Kubernetes.
Adam Wright, Senior Product Manager at EnterpriseDB is always excited to share how you can use Postgres alongside data-driven apps born in the cloud. In his DevOpsCon session “Cloud Native Patterns with Postgres on K8s”, Adam will show you some core features and how to integrate PostgreSQL into Kubernetes and OpenShift Container Platform workloads.
This article describes Kubernetes cost management challenges while highlighting select tools from among the market-leaders. Kubecost, Opsani, Rafay and StormForge provide prominent examples of the value standalone tools can bring to K8S cost efficiency and why you should consider investing in them.
We asked Tenry Fu and Dave Cope some questions about Kubernetes environments, recent research, and why Kubernetes needs to be more approachable for businesses. They also discuss Spectro Cloud and the newest Version 2.0 release of Palette, an enterprise Kubernetes management platform.
With the adoption of GitOps, the inherent structure is largely in place for developers to rely on a self-service approach to commit application code — minus the complexity associated with having to spend inordinate amounts of time working with operations teams to configure Kubernetes clusters.
Kubernetes is an incredibly powerful enabler for enterprise-wide app modernization strategies, but if not done right, the cost of modernization can take a toll. The Great Kubernetes Irony is that the very technology that was created to streamline the management of modern applications is, itself, incredibly difficult to manage.
What’s new with Gloo Mesh? We asked Idit Levine, founder and CEO of Solo.io some questions about Gloo Mesh, how it works, what its use cases are, and what new features have been added in Gloo Mesh Enterprise. Learn how this Kubernetes-native service mesh management platform can help you and your team.
In this article, you’ll learn how to conquer challenges by deploying a Java Spring framework reference app named Pet Clinic. You will leverage the power of Kubernetes, use Apache Cassandra as the backend store, and use a React implementation of Pet Clinic to demonstrate the power and scalability of Reactive systems.
We spoke with Ajay Tripathy, Chief Technology Officer and a co-founder at Kubecost about The Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s survey into Kubernetes spending. What areas is Kubernetes overspending most rampant and ripe for improvement and how can developers reduce their Kubernetes spend?
We spoke with Brendan O’Leary Sr. Developer Evangelist at GitLab about remote working, the rise in security confidence, testing best practices, Kubernetes implementation, and more. Read on to learn more about what open source tools Brendan O’Leary suggests.