Kubernetes In Detail – Part 1

Introductions Kubernetes is an open source orchestration system for Docker containers, spearheaded by Google in development . Kubernetes is a production-ready orchestration solution. It allows DevOps engineers to manage and control containerized applications in almost any environment. When compared with the competition out there, Kubernetes overhauls many DevOps associated tasks such as configuration, versioning, deployment, […]

Better Security With Kubernetes Part 2

Kubernetes Modules A cluster can be used for different environments and different purposes: it can have services for several production products and even for a variety of purposes: testing, staging, production, and so on. It is important to separate these into different namespaces, so you can control access to the resources the service has access […]

Better Security With Kubernetes Part 1

Kubernetes and Security – An Overview Kubernetes (K8S) is an open-source container orchestration tool that can automatically scale, distribute, and handle faults on containers. Originally created by Google and donated to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, Kubernetes is widely used in production environments to handle Docker containers (although it supports other containers tools such as […]

Should you adopt Kubernetes?

Kubernetes is an awesome technology, and I personally have seen great gains in my ability to scale, deploy, and manage my own SaaS because of it. But, not everyone would immediately benefit from adopting it for a number of reasons: Lack of familiarity with container technology Application architecture not being conducive to utilizing the benefits […]

Everything Kubernetes Is Not

See the sheer number of articles and blogs written on the competition between Kubernetes and Docker, we at Urolime thought of writing an article about Kubernetes but instead of explaining the features, advantages, limitation, and disadvantages of Kubernetes. We thought it would better to write all things which Kubernetes is not, so as to remove […]

Why Would You Need Kubernetes, To Begin With? Part 1

Container Orchestration – Expectations The term Container Orchestration simply refers to a concept of automated arrangement, coordination, and management of multiple software containers over virtual machines. Some organizations may not need container orchestration if using technologies which support replicated databases. Container orchestration becomes an issue when the application starts growing, as the expectations and demands […]

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