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Ways to host a MongoDB cluster on Kubernetes

MongoDB is one of the most used database programs amongst developers. It is an open-source, general purpose, document-based, distributed NoSQL database server that is especially popular with...

Siloscape, Windows Containers, Kubernetes, and Safeguarding

Kubernetes has immensely simplified cloud-native infrastructure for developers. It just takes a few lines of code and a Kubernetes command to serve the users. Kubernetes is popular because of...

Compose to Kubernetes simplified with Kompose

Containers started their journey way back in the late 70s. However, application containerization really started gaining momentum at the beginning of the last decade, and it has been up since...

Implementing Kubernetes Operators with Python

Over the past few years, Kubernetes has become a default choice for container orchestration. The features and ease of use make it widely popular amongst the developers. Kubernetes API is one...

Local Kubernetes development simplified with Skaffold

In one of our previous blogs Skaffold – Kubernetes-native app development simplified, we talked about the basics of Skaffold and how it is responsible for quick & automated deployment of...

Skaffold - Kubernetes-native app development simplified

Kubernetes has been a go-to tool for orchestration for most of the DevOps folks. And to manage Kubernetes components, most of us prefer Helm. Now, consider a scenario where the codes in the...

How to successfully run Jenkins inside a Kubernetes Cluster?

Jenkins is a free and open-source automation server. It assists you to set up a continuous integration or continuous delivery for various combinations of languages. Also, you can set up source...

7 major trends that will rule DevOps in 2020

Since the term DevOps came on the horizon in 2009, we have constantly seen the progress and advancements on the technology as well as the business side of it. IDC expects the DevOps market to...

Everything you need to know about GitOps!

The term GitOps was coined by developers at Weaveworks when they posted a blog defining Git as “the source of truth”. Git is a part of almost every CI/CD assembly and they decided to leverage...

Kubernetes 1.16 is here!

Kubernetes1.16 is out now with exciting features and updates centered around custom resources and overhaul of metrics and volume extensions. This is the third release from Kubernetes this year...

Monitoring Kubernetes clusters with Prometheus and Grafana

Monitoring Kubernetes clusters is different from monitoring client-server networks because of the master-node architecture. Some of the parameters that need consistent monitoring include pod...

Simplifying hybrid and multi-cloud environments with Google Anthos

The word Cloud has been ruling the technology world for more than a decade now and when I interact with clients from different segments of industries, I see people who want to work on-prem along...

Docker Enterprise 3.0 - bringing Docker Desktop to enterprises

The 2019 edition of DockerCon concluded on May 2, 2019. This year, there were a lot of interesting releases and informative sessions. You can have a look at all the highlights from this year’s...

Kubernetes 1.14 - Welcoming Windows workloads now

The first release of 2019 for Kubernetes is here! And it's a big one. A total of 31 updates with a full third of them being moved to stable and another third of them moving to beta. This is the...

Securing Kubernetes environment with internal load-balancers and Ingress on AWS and VPN

Security is one of the biggest concern nowadays and organizations have started investing a considerable amount of time and money in it. 2018 has shown every one of us why it is of utmost...

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 predicting what the new year will be like and what needs to be done to make the best...

Docker Enterprise and what’s new in 2.1?

2018 was a busy year for the tech world and this year looks to be no different with Serverless and Containers expected to dominate mind-space in 2019. Docker has already started stepping up...

Kubernetes 1.13 is here!

Kubernetes’ final release for 2018 is here! This is the fourth release of the year and it comes just 10 weeks after the 1.12 release. Like the previous release, this release continues to focus...

Why you should be excited about Kubernetes 1.12?

I’m a bit late writing about this release of Kubernetes. It's already their 3rd release of 2018. Looking over the release notes and playing around with the new features is clear that the focus...

KubeVirt – An Initial Look

Kubernetes is a great solution when you want to run container workloads. The options and flexibility it affords you let you run your applications within containers with ease. This is great when...

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