Who are the most influential DevOps people in the Twittersphere? After analyzing thousands of accounts, we created a list of people that every DevOps enthusiast or pro should be following. In the second part of our DevOps influencers interview series, we talk to Mike D. Kail, CTO at Everest.org, as he shares his thoughts on DevOps culture, tooling, as well as the next evolutionary steps for the DevOps ecosystem!
Rancher 2.2 has been in the works for almost a year now so we’re eager to see how it turned out. For starters, the team promises to make your Kubernetes installations more stable & easier to manage. Let’s have a closer look at Rancher 2.2!
The first Kubernetes release for 2019 is here! Version 1.14 offers a huge list of new features including major Kubectl updates, Persistent Local Volumes going GA, and much more. Let’s take a look.
When you are planning to transition into the cloud, you may wonder how many Kubernetes clusters you will need. If you want to learn how to create isolated stages within a Kubernetes cluster, this article is for you. Michael Frembs also discusses the advantages and disadvantages of multiple stages.
Automated end-to-end testing is a process that plays an important role in the continuous integration and delivery process. In this tutorial, Deepa Guna explores how you can execute these tests in a container within a Kubernetes cluster.
We just keep finding amazing Kubernetes tools to highlight! Submariner is a new open source project for Kubernetes that allows for multi-network connectivity between clusters. It is currently in the pre-alpha stage, but one day you may be connecting your Kubernetes workloads.
The love for Kubernetes is real and continues to grow! Do you need help with deployment? Kubespray is an Ansible-based tool that can anyone learn how to deploy production ready clusters. It supports a long list of cloud providers as well as popular Linux distributions.
As Kubernetes continues to dominate, you may be looking to switch over to it. Don’t know where to start? Here are six helpful tips to get you started and save you time. Find out what to avoid and how to get the most potential.
Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week, we had news coming from all direction with some announcements *cough* Quarkus *cough* stealing the spotlight!
In response to the call for Java evolution -at the age of Kubernetes, microservices, serverless, and cloud-native application development- Red Hat announces the release of Quarkus. Meet the Kubernetes native Java framework that brings Java on a subatomic level!
Sail the stormy seas with keptn! This enterprise-grade framework helps developers deploy cloud-native apps to any Kubernetes cluster. Keep your developers from mutiny with keptn’s automated multistage unbreakable delivery pipelines, self-healing deployments, and event-driven runbook automation.
Kubernetes is looking lighter than air with this extremely lightweight distribution. k3s boasts an absolutely tiny binary, weighing in at less than 40 MB. Plus, you only need 512 MB of RAM to run it, making this a perfect distribution for Edge, IoT, or ARM computing!
Having a hard time finding the right Kubernetes operators? Red Hat’s new OperatorHub.io is a public registry for Kubernetes Operator services. This curated list ensures developers can find exactly what they are looking for… without any documentation surprises.
For the 9th consecutive year, RightScale’s State of the Cloud Survey arrives with tons of valuable insights into the cloud ecosystem. Let’s have a closer look at the most interesting highlights featured in this survey.