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Category: Kubernetes

Kubernetes Service Mesh: A Comparison of Istio, Linkerd and Consul

By Sachin Manpathak

Cloud-native applications are often architected as a constellation of distributed microservices, which are running in Containers. Increasingly, these containerized applications are Kubernetes-based, as it has become the de-facto standard for… Read More

Kubernetes Security: What (and What Not) to Expect

By Platform9

When it comes to security, there is a lot that Kubernetes does. There is also a lot that it doesn’t do. To secure Kubernetes effectively for real-world deployment, you must… Read More

Kubernetes Service Discovery: Principles in Practice

By Platform9

One of the reasons why Kubernetes is the leading Container Orchestration platform today is because it offers a nice separation of concerns in terms of describing workloads. Essentially, Kubernetes consists of… Read More

Kubernetes Multi-Tenancy Best Practices

By Platform9

In a simpler world, all Kubernetes deployments would host just a single tenant — meaning only one workload or application runs on the entire Kubernetes environment. In the real world,… Read More

Kubernetes Upgrade: The Definitive Guide to Do-It-Yourself

By Platform9

Kubernetes is one of the most active projects on Github to date, having amassed more than 80k commits and 550 releases. The process of installing an HA Kubernetes cluster on-premises… Read More

[Video] KubeVirt – Beyond Containers: Coming full circle back to VMs!

By Josh Hurt and Roopak Parikh

Earlier today we had the pleasure of presenting at a CNCF-hosted webinar about KubeVirt. KubeVirt is a set of Kubernetes CRDs and controllers (an Operator) that lets you run virtual… Read More

VMware Tanzu and Project Pacific: 3 Considerations for Enterprises Adopting Kubernetes

By Sirish Raghuram

At VMworld 2019, VMware shared two major announcements: VMware Tanzu Mission Control, which provides multi-cluster management across distributed Kubernetes clusters and Project Pacific, which ties Kubernetes more closely within vSphere…. Read More

SELinux, Kubernetes RBAC, and Shipping Security Policies for On-prem Applications

By Jay Vyas

Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux) is a swiss army knife for Linux security, which is as relevant in commodity Kubernetes deployments as it was in yesterdays era of artisanally crafted linux server… Read More

Kubernetes CI/CD Pipelines at Scale

By Kamesh Pemmaraju

Kubernetes orchestrates containers reliably at scale while abstracting the underlying infrastructure. Unlike Virtual Machines, this helps developers separate the workloads from the complexities of the infrastructure. Kubernetes is ideal for… Read More

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