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#kubernetes

Advantages of a service mesh, done simply

Maesh launches as a new lightweight and open source service mesh

Looking for a service mesh? A service mesh can help coordinate and monitor data and microservices communications across applications. Maesh is built on top of Traefik, an open source cloud-native edge router also known for its simplicity-by-design. This article explores its architecture, how it works, and how to install it.

CI/CD for Spring Boot Microservices: Part 2

Extending CI/CD: Kubernetes Continuous Deployment for Microservices

This is part two of a tutorial series by Tomas Fernandez. By the end of this article, you will know how to introduce Kubernetes into CI/CD. Docker allows us to create easy-to-deploy, portable packages for our application. With Kubernetes, we can run those packages in the cloud, scaling them up and down to go along with fluctuating demands, and releasing updates with no downtime.

Version 1.16 at the helm

Kubernetes 1.16 introduces highly scalable Endpoint slices

Kubernetes’ third release in 2019 has landed. Version 1.16 revolves around three main themes: Custom resources, overhauled metrics, and volume extension. It includes 31 enhancements in total. Users can install the newest version with kubeadm. Get a taste of what’s new, what’s moved to beta, and what’s graduated to GA.

Adding to your DevOps tool belt

Top DevOps tools that you must use in 2019 and beyond

DevOps continues its steady growth throughout 2019 and beyond. Here are some highly recommended tools for you and your team to check out and implement into DevOps strategies. Find out exactly what you need for your specific use cases and goals. Have you tested them out? Finding the best DevOps tool is something that will take some experimentation and testing.

Sumo Logic's annual report

State of the cloud 2019: Multi-cloud and Kubernetes go hand in hand

Sumo Logic’s annual report reveals some observations and insights about modern applications and DevSecOps in the cloud. Multi-cloud solutions, Kubernetes, AWS, and open source software are all having a banner year according to data from Sumo Logic’s customers. See the key findings, including the top five AWS services and database technologies.

Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes

Friends or Foes?

The open source solutions Kubernetes and Cloud Foundry are two of the most popular cloud platforms. People often compare them when making a decision to use one of the two options. This article describes the strengths and usage scenarios of the two platforms and shows that it does not have to be an ‘either-or’ situation.

It's just a shift to the left, and a shift to the right

Securing containers throughout the entire build-ship-run lifecycle means shifting left and right

Security is no joke, especially as more and more companies are moving to cloud-based container setups. The stakes are high, and the price of a security breach can be catastrophic. CEO of NeuVector Fei Huang shares his thoughts about why DevSecOps matters and how to shift left and right to ensure security is considered all through the lifecycle, not just at deployment.

The relationship between Kubernetes and Docker

What is Kubernetes and how does it relate to Docker?

Kubernetes is most often used with Docker containers. But it’s not strictly dependent upon them. So how do they work together? This comprehensive Kubernetes guide explains it in detail. Additionally, Payara Micro is discussed – a lightweight open source platform for deploying Kubernetes in cloud environments.

From the desktop to the cloud

Docker Enterprise 3.0 enters general availability

Following a public beta in which more than 2,000 people participated, Docker Enterprise 3.0 has now entered general availability. It brings with it the ability to automate the deployment of containers and Kubernetes, and a new application format, Docker Application. Let’s take a closer look.