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Fairwinds’ Astro Helps Manage Datadog Monitors in Kubernetes Deployments for Better Productivity and Cluster Performance

Source:-finance.yahoo.com Astro software automates the management of monitors for more productive engineering teams and healthier clusters Fairwinds, the leader in fully managed cloud-native infrastructure solutions, has released its open source Astro project. Astro provides an intuitive API for understanding and managing Datadog monitors in large and complex deployments. Datadog monitors collect a massive amount of data for cloud-native deployments. These monitors are typically managed manually, which is inefficient and if not managed on a consistent, ongoing basis, can affect cluster

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How to back up Kubernetes and Docker

Source:-techcentral.ie 17 January 2020 | 0 Yes, your container infrastructure needs some type of backup. Kubernetes and Docker will not magically build themselves after a disaster. You do not need to back up the running state of each container, but you will need to back up the configuration used to run and manage your containers. Here is a quick reminder of what you will need to back up. Configuration and desired-state information The Dockerfiles used to build your images and

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Beyond Kubernetes: key competencies for infrastructure and operations engineers in 2020

Source:-gotechdaily.com For the system engineers and those employed in the company, the switch to the cloud and the increase in containers have drastically changed working practices and even the type of job roles in recent years. But that doesn’t mean you can learn Kubernetes and then rest on your laurels. To a certain extent, the general changes in the industry have not stabilized to some sort of consensus, but have created a field where change is only more likely –

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Securing Kubernetes: Bug bounty program announced

Source:-zdnet.com Want to help lock down Kubernetes and make some money while you’re at it? The Cloud Native Computing Foundation has a new bug bounty program for you. Kubernetes, the container orchestration program, has become hotter than hot. Everyone — and I mean everyone — is adopting it. But with quarterly major updates and everyone rushing to deploy it, security is a real worry. Thus, the Kubernetes Product Security Committee, funded by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) is launching

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OpenStack’s Complicated Kubernetes Relationship

Source:-containerjournal.com 2020 may be the year the OpenStack community comes to terms with Kubernetes As the open source community heads into 2020, loyalties between OpenStack and Kubernetes are likely to become increasingly divided. Contributors to open source projects are trying to determine where to prioritize their efforts, while IT organizations are wondering to what degree they will need a framework such as OpenStack to deploy Kubernetes. Most Kubernetes deployments thus far have been on top of open source virtual machines

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HOW HELM CHARTS MAKE KUBERNETES MORE MANAGEABLE AND SECURE

Source:-techgenix.com Organizations are swiftly adopting the microservices architecture because of its several benefits such as reusability and parallel development. Kubernetes has become a staple in the microservices world. In fact, “Kubernetes” is the word that comes to mind when you think of microservices and containers. However, despite all the popularity Kubernetes has garnered over the last couple of years, it’s complicated to operate. Deploying even a single application means you have to set up several interdependent resources like pods, deployments,

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The Year Ahead for Kubernetes and Container Security

Source:-securityboulevard.com A new study out conducted among the DevSecOps community shows that Kubernetes use is rapidly growing within the enterprise, and not just within test or development environments. As organizations try to catch their breath with the rapid adoption rate, the security community is scrambling to adapt to containers and cloud native architectures as the new normal. The Alcide Kubernetes survey queried 200 professionals from development, operations, security, and cloud architect teams. It found that 45% of companies are now

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MANAGED KUBERNETES SERVICES: HOW TO PICK THE RIGHT ONE FOR YOU

Source:-techgenix.com Kubernetes has become a staple in the IT world and it’s still going strong. Kubernetes helps organizations jump on the microservices train and even though it’s an incredible container orchestration tool, it can still be very complicated. To run and maintain a Kubernetes cluster you need to have considerable domain experience. And even then, setting up the cluster and deploying it can be time-consuming. Once you set up the Kubernetes environment successfully, you have to constantly manage and monitor

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What Do Customers Want From The Kubernetes Ecosystem In 2020

Source:-forbes.com During the last two years, Kubernetes has matured to become the foundation of modern infrastructure. It’s not only the fastest-growing open source project but also becoming the most widely adopted infrastructure technology in enterprises. Major hybrid cloud platforms are now powered by Kubernetes. Kubernetes KubernetesSOURCE: PIXABAY SEE: How Kubernetes Has Changed The Face Of Hybrid Cloud While the adoption is growing at a rapid pace, there are two key challenges with Kubernetes – Lack of clear demarcation between the

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GET STARTED WITH KUBERNETES — WHETHER YOU’RE AN IT PRO OR NEWBIE

Source:-techgenix.com Kubernetes is an open-source container orchestration platform created to automate the scaling, deployment, and management of containerized applications. Google engineers Joe Beda, Brendan Burns, and Craig McLuckie developed this platform before it was open-sourced in mid-2014. Now, it is maintained by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), backed by major tech giants like Google, Microsoft, AWS, Intel, Red Hat, IBM, and Cisco. Many cloud services offer a Kubernetes infrastructure as a service (PaaS or IaaS). In his article, we

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