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Category: Kubernetes

Kubernetes Container Registry and Image Scanning

By Platform9

If you’ve been investigating Kubernetes – or any container management system – you might have come across references to an image registry. In this article, we’re going to talk about… Read More

Six Kubernetes Takeaways for IT Ops Teams from the 2019 Gartner Infrastructure, Operations & Cloud Strategies Conference

By Kamesh Pemmaraju

We just returned from Gartner IT infrastructure, Operations, and Cloud Strategies conference (IOCS) held in Las Vegas Dec 9-12, 2019, which drew more than 3500 attendees and more than 120… Read More

Kubernetes Autoscaling Options: Horizontal Pod Autoscaler, Vertical Pod Autoscaler and Cluster Autoscaler

By Platform9

Kubernetes is hailed for making it simple to provision the resources you need, when you need them. However, it’s challenging to know the exact size and number of nodes that… Read More

Kubernetes Monitoring at Scale with Prometheus and Cortex

By Platform9

The growing adoption of microservices and distributed applications gave rise to the container revolution. Running on containers necessitated orchestration tooling, like Kubernetes. But managing the availability, performance, and deployment of… Read More

Stateful applications with Kubernetes

By Platform9

When containers became mainstream, they were designed to support ephemeral – stateless – workloads. Since then, a lot of effort has been made to support stateful applications in the container… Read More

Six Enterprise Kubernetes Takeaways from KubeCon 2019, San Diego

By Kamesh Pemmaraju

We just returned from KubeCon + CloudNativeCon 2019 held in sunny San Diego Nov 18-21. KubeCon San Diego 2019 drew more than 12,000 attendees, a 50% increase since the last… Read More

Kubernetes for Machine Learning

By Platform9

Machine Learning (ML) is rapidly becoming essential to businesses and institutions across the globe.  Each organization must meet the challenge of provisioning a computational infrastructure that can support a resource-intensive… Read More

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

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