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Working with Storage Classes in Platform9 Managed Kubernetes

By Platform9

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

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 Platform9

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 Platform9

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

Webinar Preview: Using Containers in Hybrid Clouds with Kubernetes

By Platform9

Bich Le, our Co-founder and Chief Architect continued his series of webinars on containers and Kubernetes on June 14. This time, he talked about using these technologies across on-premises and… Read More

Deploy Kubernetes In Five Different Ways

By Platform9

If you’re like many DevOps and IT teams, you want to reap the benefits of containers and container management. Getting started can be painful due to choosing amongst and implementing… Read More

Authentication for Managed Kubernetes

By Platform9

Platform9 leverages Keystone, an open source component part of the OpenStack project designed to support API client authentication and service discovery. Each Managed Kubernetes deployment comes with a dedicated instance of… Read More

Authentication And Authorization For Managed Kubernetes

By Platform9

Overview Platform9 leverages Keystone, an open source component part of the OpenStack project designed to support API client authentication, service discovery, and distributed multi-tenant authorization. Each Managed Kubernetes deployment comes with a… Read More

Kubernetes at the command line: Up and running with kubectl

By Platform9

Kubernetes provides a command-line interface (CLI) called kubectl to deploy, troubleshoot, and manage applications. Before you can use kubectl, you must ensure you can authenticate with the cluster’s API server. Your… Read More

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