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.
Kubernetes is incredibly valuable for DevOps and IT teams because it treats infrastructure as code, delivering full scale automation to both stateful and stateless components of the software stack. If you only use Kubernetes for the applications, you are only tapping a fractional amount of the value. Let’s explore this a little deeper.
Kubernetes adoption is up, but many organizations are suffering security incidents in their container and Kubernetes environments. One of the ways that organizations can defend themselves against security incidents is by focusing on securing the container supply chain.
This article introduces an open source tool named Kubesploit for testing Kubernetes environments, assist penetration testers and Red Teamers to mimic real-world attack scenarios. To help protect Kubernetes clusters from attacks, we need to face the technology and the organisations being targeted.
Despite Kubernetes’ soaring popularity, the technology isn’t perfect. To reduce the barriers to entry that developers, DevOps engineers, and others have faced with Kubernetes, also known as K8s, Canonical in late 2018 introduced MicroK8s. Let’s take a look at this valuable tool.
Kubernetes isn’t just limited to containers. It is becoming an operating system for the cloud, both private and public. The technology began as an orchestrator for containerized apps, speeding deployment times and increasing app portability. See where it will go next!
It is no secret that our world is changing. This article will explore how using a combination of Knative, the Kubernetes-native serverless platform, and Quarkus, Red Hat’s container-native approach to Java, can be used together to help simplify the modernization of application delivery.
Adopting open standards for Kubernetes is relatively easy to do. Maintaining these standards, however, requires your team to be active and vigilant. To implement open standards correctly, DevOps teams need to appraise the existing standards, understand how they can lapse within an organisation, and appreciate the importance of working with the open source community to create and maintain the standards.
Over the past twenty years, there have been several big trends in distributed computing. Today, we have more developers using microservices designs to decompose applications into smaller and more manageable units. Apache Cassandra was built for cloud data and is now becoming the choice of developers for cloud native applications.
We spoke with Daniel Bryant about how API gateways have evolved, what impact microservices has on APIs, service meshes, and more. What are the biggest challenges when deploying and working with API gateways and what helpful tips does Daniel Bryant offer?