MLflow to extend Kubernetes support in next release

Source:- devclass.com MLflow should deliver extended Kubernetes support in its next release, after its 1.0 release boosted Docker support last week. Last year Databricks cofounder and chief technologist Mattei Zaharia told Devclass that Kubernetes and Windows support were key targets for the 1.0 release. Windows support duly came in last week’s 1.0 release – just squeaking in under the firm’s self-imposed deadline – along with an experimental CLI command that enables users to build a Docker image capable of serving

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Why Zero Trust Needs To Cover More Than The Network

Source:- forbes.com There is a new software development paradigm, and it’s called cloud-native, the recently emerged way to develop applications leveraging containers and microservice architectures, among others. Before you waive cloud-native as just the latest from cloud-born companies like Amazon and Google, consider this: 92% of companies anticipate going cloud-native by 2021 . Cloud-native enables software development to move at breakneck speed, as evidenced by Amazon, which is documented to release new code every 11.7 seconds; Etsy, which releases to

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TOP 3 KUBERNETES NETWORKING TOOLS AND HOW THEY WORK

Source:- techgenix.com Kubernetes networking is probably the hardest part of working with Kubernetes installations. One of the main reasons is because it has quite specific criteria that need to be met with regards to network architecture. These include requirements such as all pods should be able to communicate with each other without network address translation (NAT) and have a visible IP that they are aware of. This makes getting containers to work in a consistent and secure manner especially difficult

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Kubernetes Advantage: Considerations for a Multi-Cloud World

Source:- informationweek.com As more IT leaders deploy Kubernetes into mainstream production environments, the ecosystem around Kubernetes will grow and drive innovation. We’ve been seeing more and more use cases around how Kubernetes and containers are helping IT leaders and their teams bridge on-premises and public cloud environments. The fact that major cloud providers including AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud have all embraced Kubernetes and are all offering Kubernetes-as-a-service options is a significant benefit for enterprises. Because it’s available as

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