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Kubernetes 1.16 is here!

Kubernetes1.16 is out now with exciting features and updates centered around custom resources and overhaul of...

8 variables that will change the DevOps equation in 2019

January is all about cherishing what went right and evaluating what didn’t, in the previous year. It is about...

Development redefined with Docker

Docker is one popular technology amongst people working on containers. And why not considering the advantages it...

Adios 2017 welcome 2018 - Opcito’s year in review

2017 is behind us and we all are welcoming 2018 with lots of joy, enthusiasm, and hopes. 2017 was a great year for...

Kubernetes 1.8 - A Focus on Maturity, Security, and Process

Kubernetes 1.8 is here! 1.8 marks the 3rd major release of Kubernetes this year. This release is focused on adding...

Go Serverless with Kubeless!

In the past few years, cloud computing has been a game changer in a number of ways and the emergence of serverless...

Introduction to Heptio Ark

An Ark is a vessel or sanctuary that is supposed to serve as protection against extinction. The most famous Ark in...

From The CEO's Desk: To Microservice or Not To Microservice Is Not The Question…

Microservices is a way of breaking large software projects into loosely coupled modules, which communicate with each...

From The CEO's Desk: Docker’s Moby and LinuxKit- Making Containers Mainstream!

We all have been hearing about Containers for a long time now. 1979 was the year when we first saw what Unix v7 can...

From The CEO's Desk: Kubernetes- Container Orchestration Redefined!

For any symphony to sound mellifluous it is absolutely necessary to have an orchestrator which can make it sound so....

Creating Kubernetes Clusters on AWS using KOPS

Why Kubernetes?

Kubernetes is an open source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of...

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