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Five Surprising Ways Enterprises Are Putting Kubernetes To Work

Source:-forbes.com About five years have passed since Google handed over control of Kubernetes, its open-source container management platform, to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. Since then, Kubernetes has quickly become the leading container orchestration solution on the market. A 2019 survey that our company conducted with Aqua Security revealed 87% of respondents were running applications in containers, with nearly 90% of them running them in production. While Kubernetes has become the de facto standard for orchestrating applications in containers, the

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Kubernetes Security Software Market Insights, Future Trends, On-going Demand, Opportunities, Segmentation, and Forecast till 2027

Source:-newsparent.com Global Kubernetes Security Software Market Size, Share, Growth, Status and Forecast 2020-2027 This thoroughly analysed report provides key statistics and Trend on the market position of the Kubernetes Security Software manufacturers and is an industrious source of guidance and direction for companies and individuals interested in the industry. Initially, the report provides a basic information of Industries including its definitions, manufacturing technologies and applications. After that the report explores the international major industry players in detail. This report presents

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How Kubernetes and Containers Enable Highly Scalable CI Applications

Source:-rtinsights.com Building continuous intelligence applications on cloud-native architectures using containers and Kubernetes makes it easier to deploy, maintain, and update those applications to meet changing business requirements. The first blog in this series noted how cloud-native increasingly is the architecture of choice to build and deploy continuous intelligence (CI) applications. A cloud-native approach, combined with a streaming engine, gives companies the flexibility to rapidly develop and deploy new CI applications to meet fast-changing business requirements. Specifically, cloud-native architectures are dynamic,

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Container and Kubernetes Security Market Anticipated to Grow at a Significant Pace by 2026| Aqua Security (Israel), Alert Logic (US), Anchore (US)

Source:-nysenasdaqlive.com Los Angles United States, February 2020: The Container and Kubernetes Security market has been garnering remarkable momentum in the recent years. The steadily escalating demand due to improving purchasing power is projected to bode well for the global market. QY Research’s latest publication, Titled “[Container and Kubernetes Security Market Research Report 2020]”, offers an insightful take on the drivers and restraints present in the market. It assesses the historical data pertaining to the Container and Kubernetes Security market and

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Do you really need Kubernetes?

Source:-itworld.com Is Kubernetes the perfect defense against cloud lock-in, or a needlessly complex solution to a problem nobody has? Oh, sure, Kubernetes is all the rage and of course you need one. Maybe three! But if you ever stop to think, “Why Kubernetes?”, as Paul Johnston did, well, expect lots (and lots) of opinions. One of the primary reasons IT professionals cite for embracing Kubernetes is to reduce lock-in by ensuring portability between clouds. This turns out to be better

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HowTo Do DevOps Effectively

Source:-infosecurity-magazine.com Today every company that deals with software development is seeking ways how to optimize this process as it is pretty costly while delivering the product more robust than competitors. Here DevOps practices can help. Whilst the Waterfall development model prevailed, development and operations were separated from the software development lifecycle. Today, with agile methodologies with increased iteration and deployments rounds, a new approach of DevOps became necessary. According to a study of more than 25,000 tech professionals from Puppet

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Azure Insights: Keda; Teams, Azure AD; VPN Gateway; 10 years of Azure

Source:-msdynamicsworld.com Azure pros share their thoughts on installing keda, controlling Teams with Azure AD, configuring Azure VPN Gateway, and the platform’s evolution. Deploying Keda In a recent blog post on Pixel Robots, Richard Hooper explored the role of keda, short for Kubernetes-based Event Driven Autoscaler. Using custom resources such as ScaledObjects and TriggerAuthentication, it generates YAML files with parameters for scaling containers in a Kubernetes cluster. YAML files help to inform horizontal pod autoscalers. According to Hooper, users can install

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Docker Donates Converter Library for Storing CNAB Bundles in Container Registries to cnab.io

Source:-infoq.com Docker announced that they have donated the cnab-to-oci library to the Cloud Native Application Bundle (CNAB) project. The library can convert and push CNAB application bundles to OCI-compliant registries by leveraging existing OCI abstractions. The CNAB specification – originally co-developed by Docker, Microsoft, Hashicorp, Bitnami, Codefresh and others – is an attempt to be a cloud-agnostic solution for packaging and running distributed applications. Announced at DockerCon Europe 2018, CNAB uses the concept of a “bundle” to describe applications made

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Kubernetes Container Management Is Not Application Management

Source:-containerjournal.com Application performance management is different than container management in myriad ways. Don’t confuse the two. It’s scary how quickly widespread adoption was achieved for container technology in the world’s mission-critical business applications. Consider that it took about 10 years after the introduction of Java for the programming language to become a near-ubiquitous standard (followed shortly by C#/.Net). In stark contrast, enterprise-ready Docker just turned 5 years old, and it’s been pretty much everywhere for a while. Why so relatively

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Wind River unveils CI/CD model for Linux

Source:-newelectronics.co.uk Wind River has unveiled a continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) model for Wind River Linux customers. By following a CI/CD process customers will have access to new releases every few weeks. This will allow teams to begin to build their own continuous integration and delivery systems for their customers, get a head start on building new platforms sooner, and enjoy similar benefits of Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) management, technical support, and quality typically found in annual and

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