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Canonical Adds Managed Services for Kubernetes Environments

Source:-containerjournal.com As part of an effort to help organizations accelerate their transition to modern applications based on Kubernetes clusters, Canonical is making available 10 complementary databases and tools as a set of services that it will continually manage and update on behalf of customers. Canonical will manage databases including MySQL, InfluxDB, PostgreSQL, MongoDB and ElasticSearch along with Kafka, open source event streaming software and Open Source Mano, a platform for managing network functions virtualization (NFV) software. In addition, access to Grafana, Prometheus

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Latest Release of WSO2 API Manager Expands Security and Support for Kubernetes, Microservices, and Serverless Apps

Source:-globenewswire.com Mountain View, CA, April 07, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — APIs are the core building blocks of digital businesses—assembling data, events and services from within the organization, throughout ecosystems, and across devices. This is driving demands to maximize adoption and reuse across internal and external portals and API marketplaces; ensure API security; and support modern architectures, including containers, microservices, and serverless computing. WSO2 has added significant new functionality to support these enterprises with the newest release of WSO2 API Manager,

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Cloud Foundry Changes Captains, Keeps Sites on Kubernetes

Source:-sdxcentral.com The Cloud Foundry Foundation (CFF) has changed leadership with CTO Chip Childers taking over the executive director position from Abby Kearns. The move also comes with an increased focus by CFF on integrating the Kubernetes ecosystem into the Cloud Foundry stable of curated platforms. Chip Childers said in an interview with SDxCentral that the transition is “a great moment in time” where the group has the opportunity to become “very laser focused on the most important aspects of what

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Windows containers can run in Kubernetes–but there is a catch

Source:-techrepublic.com Yes, running Windows containers in Kubernetes can work. But it’s not as simple as it seems. The operating system container, which isolates just the essential parts of the operating system that are different, is quickly becoming the standard way for organizations to build and run applications. Because container images are so small, they can be stored, tracked and versioned like any code fragment in version control. Programmers can trade them over the network like they are copying files. Because

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Corporate culture complicates Kubernetes and container collaboration

Source:-bestgamingpro.com There is a direct hyperlink between enhancing functions and enhancing buyer expertise, and the rising adoption of container expertise helps to ship on each counts. Nonetheless, as is the case with many issues, the expertise may go nice, however overcoming a resistant company tradition makes the job 10 instances as arduous because it could possibly be. That is the phrase from a current survey of 247 executives and professionals from bigger organizations, launched by VMware, which finds nearly all

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Rancher Labs Simplifies Kubernetes Lifecycle Management

Source:-containerjournal.com Rancher Labs this week released an update to its distribution of Kubernetes that makes it easier to upgrade without any downtime in addition to making it easier to remotely access. Company CEO Sheng Liang says that as organizations increasingly operationalize Kubernetes there is now a lot more focus on lifecycle management and scalability. Version 2.4 of Rancher provides access to a set of tools that makes it easier for IT teams to manage a fleet of Kubernetes clusters event when network

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Kubernetes: Everything you need to know

Source:-enterprisersproject.com What is Kubernetes? What is Kubernetes and what does it have to do with containers? Where did this unusual word come from? The agreed-upon origin is from the Greek, meaning “helmsman” or “sailing master.” Here’s how Red Hat technology evangelist Gordon Haff explains Kubernetes in his book, “From Software and Vats to Programs and Apps,” co-authored with Red Hat Senior Distinguished Engineer William Henry: Kubernetes eliminates many of the manual processes involved in deploying and scaling containerized applications. “Kubernetes,

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Is Kubernetes becoming the driving force of enterprise IT?

Source:-information-age.com Now and again, enterprise technology comes along that seems like a beautifully simple solution to a complicated problem. Take Kubernetes—the open source platform that automates Linux container operations, eliminating many of the manual processes involved in deploying and scaling containerised applications. It is exciting to see how Kubernetes is evolving to meet the challenge of running mission critical workloads at scale. Container use will only continue to increase. A recent Red Hat survey found that 62% of organisations have

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Ensuring a Smooth Kubernetes Deployment

Source:-containerjournal.com It’s not hyperbole to say that Kubernetes is a game-changer for developers and DevOps teams. At full power, it has the capacity to impart significant efficiency and stability that has a tangible impact on a company’s bottom line. However, as is often said, “Nothing good ever came easy.” Many of us know that Kubernetes is inherently complex. Unfortunately, this complexity can lead to oversights that can cause major security issues. Thankfully, with the right procedures in place and a

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Kubernetes Everywhere: Rancher Labs’ ‘Lightweight’ Version Scales to the Edge

Source:-enterpriseai.news As enterprise distributions of the Kubernetes cluster orchestrator stabilize, and more features are added with each quarterly version release, the expanding community of platform vendors are attempting to extend deployments of the de facto standard container manager beyond datacenters and cloud-native deployments. Among them is Rancher Labs, which on Tuesday (March 31) unveiled the latest iteration of its Kubernetes management platform designed to extend the infrastructure technology to the network edge via a “lightweight” distribution of the orchestrator. Emphasizing

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