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Platform9 Receives the 2018 Stratus Award for Cloud Computing as a Top ‘Hybrid Cloud Provider’

By Sirish Raghuram

We’re excited to share that Platform9 received the 2018 Stratus Award for Cloud Computing in the “Hybrid Cloud Provider” category. The Stratus Award from Business Intelligence Group recognizes companies and individuals innovating in… Read More

Role-based Access Control in Platform9 Managed Kubernetes

By Teja Sapre

Starting from Platform9 Managed Kubernetes version 3.3, Kubernetes Role-based Access Control (Kubernetes RBAC) is enabled by default on all Platform9 Managed Kubernetes clusters. Roles and role bindings can be added… Read More

Deploying Kubernetes Apps in Platform9 Managed Kubernetes

By Teja Sapre

Kubernetes applications are applications packaged as Helm Charts (Charts). Helm Charts can be shared and stored in a Chart repository. Platform9 Managed Kubernetes includes the stable, incubator, and Fission repositories,… Read More

Working with Storage Classes in Platform9 Managed Kubernetes

By Teja Sapre

A storage class is used by a Kubernetes cluster to dynamically provision persistent volumes for a Kubernetes app deployment when the Kubernetes app requires persistent storage. Currently, Platform9 supports storage… Read More

Fission Workflows: Using Serverless For Processing Kubernetes Metrics

By Chris Wright

For some tasks, running a persistent service isn’t really practical. FaaS technology has largely addressed this need in a variety of ways, and with particular emphasis on integration with Kubernetes…. Read More

Containerizing OpenStack Rally to create Benchmarking as a Service

By Kaustubh Phatak

What is Benchmarking? Benchmarking is the process of measuring performance of a software system. Benchmarking provides capacity analysis and helps determine the best tool for a specific use case. OpenStack… Read More

Kubernetes vs Mesos + Marathon

By Chris Wright

In this updated blog post we’ll compare Kubernetes with the Mesos + Marathon container orchestration solution. We’ll walk you through a high-level discussion of Kubernetes and Mesos with Marathon, look… Read More

Kubernetes vs Docker Swarm

By Chris Wright

In this updated blog post we’ll compare Kubernetes (versions 1.5.0 and later) with Docker Swarm, also referred to as Docker Engine running in Swarm mode (versions 1.12.0 and later). Overview… Read More

Fission: Serverless Functions For Kubernetes

By Soam Vasani and Chris Wright

Fission is a Functions as a Service (FaaS) / serverless function framework built on Kubernetes. Fission allows you to easily create HTTP services on Kubernetes from functions. It works at… Read More

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