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How Monzo Isolated Their Microservices Using Kubernetes Network Policies

Source:-infoq.com Monzo’s security team shared their story about implementing Kubernetes network policies using Calico APIs to provide isolation among 1500 microservices. Monzo is a mobile-only digital bank that runs its core infrastructure on AWS. Using Kubernetes for hosting its microservices, Monzo uses Apache Cassandra as its primary database, Apache Kafka for messaging and Go for most of its application code. The security team at Monzo engineering adopted zero trust networking as one of their goals. A zero trust platform works

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KubeCon highlights huge growth in the adoption of Kubernetes

Source:-techrepublic.com More companies are on the hunt for Kubernetes talent now that it is being used widely. Kubernetes aficionados came out in force for KubeCon 2019, which was held right before Thanksgiving in San Diego. More than 12,000 people attended the event, and Platform9 surveyed almost 1,500 people on how they use Kubernetes. Data Center Must-Reads Quantum computing: Seven truths you need to know How to select a data backup system Data recovery do’s and don’ts for IT teams Server

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Rising use of Kubernetes in production brings new IT demands

Source:-searchitoperations.techtarget.com Kubernetes as an enterprise IT service is still in its infancy, but the market has reached a turning point from developer-maintained to IT-provided Kubernetes deployments. Emerging technologies must demonstrate value before they become mainstream in enterprise IT. PCs made this transition in the 1980s, then virtualization in the early 2000s. Today, Docker containers and Kubernetes continue their journey into mainstream IT functions. Kubernetes clusters have increasingly become a core IT infrastructure service, rather than a platform that developers manage

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HOW CAN AWS SAGEMAKER AND KUBERNETES INTEGRATION HELP ML DEVELOPERS?

Source:-analyticsindiamag.com Container management tools such as Kubernetes streamlines the development of applications; therefore, since its release ten years ago, it has been orchestrating containerised applications. Various organisations have embraced Kubernetes to train, evaluate, and deploy containerised machine learning models. However, delivering a machine learning model is cumbersome as it usually gets bulky. To address these challenges, AWS has introduced SageMaker for Kubernetes users to work with containerised machine learning models effortlessly. Kubernetes’ Unique Challenges Kubernetes facilitates a lot of features

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A Crash Course in Persistent Kubernetes Storage

Source:-itprotoday.com To achieve persistent Kubernetes storage, there are two high-level tasks that must be performed. Application containers such as Docker containers are well known for their ability to provide true application portability and easy scalability. As organizations expanded their adoption of containers, however, storage became increasingly problematic. Today, the Kubernetes orchestration platform eases many of the storage issues related to early container implementations, especially when it comes to persistent Kubernetes storage. Early on, containers were suitable only for stateless applications

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Wavefront by VMware Simplifies Kubernetes Monitoring

Source:-containerjournal.com Wavefront by VMware announced at the AWS re:Invent 2019 conference it has expanded the monitoring capabilities it provides for Kubernetes to include the ability to identify root causes using predefined Wavefront alerts based on Kubernetes events. In addition, Wavefront by VMware’s Kubernetes and Java Tracing Agent monitoring tools now can be deployed automatically via a zero-configuration installation process. The Wavefront Kubernetes Collector automatically discovers and instruments Java-based services using Wavefront Java Tracing Agent software, which is based on the

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Kubernetes: the key to capitalising on containers in the enterprise

Source:-devopsonline.co.uk It may have only been around for five years but Kubernetes has already cemented its position as the go-to container management system – with its global fan base growing quickly each year. CIOs across every industry are recognising Kubernetes as a top tier container management system and, consequently, its job market is rapidly expanding. In fact, a recent national job search on LinkedIn revealed 16,774 open Kubernetes positions. These numbers are only set to rise as hiring demand follows

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How Kubernetes Operators are simplifying life for data scientists

Source:-siliconangle. Artificial intelligence and machine learning are critical tools that data scientists have to master. But these new technologies add complexity to what is already a complicated workload; taking valuable time and distracting focus from the main goal of extracting knowledge from data. “We’re working towards reducing that complexity and making sure that people that are data scientists, AI, or machine-learning engineers are able to focus on their core business values,” said Renaud Gaubert (pictured, left), lead container and OSS

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Kubernetes meets the real world

Source:-sg.channelasia.tech The container orchestration tool Kubernetes continues to gain momentum as enterprises leap from pilot projects to production. Here’s how Bloomberg, News UK, and the travel data provider Amadeus are putting Kubernetes to work Ever since it emerged out of the halls of Google five years ago, Kubernetes has quickly become one of the hot technologies of the decade. Simply put, Kubernetes is now the undisputed platform of choice for composing and running applications comprised of microservices – small, independently

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The next big evolution of VMware vSphere platform will integrate Kubernetes

Source:-dqindia.com VMware as a company is looking at how they can serve all the needs of customers in the cloud era, which involves everything from VMware on AWS to essentially helping enterprises embrace modern ways of writing applications. Last year, VMware acquired Kubernetes’ parent company Heptio. A few months ago, they announced plans to deeply integrate and embed Kubernetes into the next version of vSphere. This is being considered as the biggest evolution of vSphere in the last decade. Kubernetes

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