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Category: Kubernetes Planning

The Three Deployment Strategies for Modern Private Cloud

By Platform9

When private clouds first emerged more than a decade ago, there was essentially just one deployment model: a DIY deployment approach where companies set up private cloud services themselves on… Read More

Production considerations for Multi-Master Kubernetes

By Platform9

Kubernetes has been around for five years and, at this point, has become a stable platform that is commonly used throughout development and production environments to run applications. In the… Read More

Kubernetes Logging Best Practices

By Platform9

Overview In this blog post you’ll learn: Decide Whether to Sidecar or Not to Sidecar Pick Your Log Analysis Tool – EFK or Dedicated Logging Control Access to Logs with… Read More

Managing Kubernetes Resource Limits: Kubernetes Capacity Planning

By Platform9

Capacity planning is a critical step in successfully building and deploying a stable and cost-effective infrastructure. The need for proper resource planning is amplified within a Kubernetes cluster, as it… Read More

7 Simple Kubernetes Performance Optimization Tips

By Platform9

Kubernetes is a complex tool. As is the case with most complex tools, getting optimal performance out of Kubernetes can be tricky. Most Kubernetes distributions don’t come fine-tuned to maximize… Read More

Kata Containers, Docker and Kubernetes: How They All Fit Together

By Platform9

By now, virtually everyone has heard of Docker containers. But you may still be unfamiliar with Kata, an open-source container project launched in December of 2017. Kata emerged at a… Read More

Kubernetes infrastructure cost optimization

By Platform9

Enterprise Kubernetes costs can vary considerably. Depending on whether you decide to host your clusters on the public cloud services – such as Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE), Azure Kubernetes Service… Read More

Kubernetes Logging: Comparing Fluentd vs. Logstash

By Platform9

Logging is an important part of the observability and operations requirements for any large-scale, distributed system. With Kubernetes being such a system, and with the growth of microservices applications, logging… Read More

Kubernetes Federation: What it is and how to set it up

By Platform9

There are several SaaS and open-source solutions that have the capability to manage multiple, disparate Kubernetes clusters – regardless of the specific distribution or what hosted offering is in play… Read More

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