Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know that the new Kubernetes v1.26 release is out. And it’s all about “Electrifying” the user experience this time—but how? Kubernetes 1.26: The Theme The theme for this release is “Electrifying” —a gesture highlighting the importance of acknowledging the various building blocks that make up the Kubernetes […]
Internet of Things (IoT) devices have grown massively, and companies are using advanced computing systems to better understand the vast amounts of data generated by these devices. Edge computing, as the name implies, moves computing resources and storage capacity from the central data center to the edge of the network, where data is generated. […]
In its latest release, Kubernetes 1.24 Stargazer, Kubernetes has made two major changes. The developers have reduced support for running the Docker Engine container and increased supply chain security through Sigstore. Dockershim is being phased out. Dockershim lets you use Docker container operations in Kubernetes, but is not designed to integrate with Kubernetes. It also […]
Traditional banks who still run their ATM networks on 30-year-old mainframe technologies are changing the way it runs the business. But would a traditional bank run its real business on such a young technology? Yes, Kubernetes is changing that. Kubernetes has become a standard infrastructure API for vendors like Red Hat, Mesosphere (now D2IQ), and […]
Kubernetes adoption has witnessed a staggering increase with it being considered as the de facto container orchestrator. As the Kubernetes market continues to grow, it can affect different security functions like authorization and authentication. Below are some security considerations to ensure your Kubernetes clusters are secure throughout their entire life cycle. #1 Use the latest […]
Helm charts are one of the most important tools for making Kubernetes much easier to use is It is a package manager for Kubernetes that allows developers and operators to package, configure, and deploy applications and services onto Kubernetes clusters more easily. The thing about Helm is that rather than setting up an entirely new […]
The dominance of cloud computing is always increasing. The popularity and multiple advantages it provides in terms of storage, monitoring, faster access, scalability and much more, has literally boosted cloud computing as the prefered tool. When newer technologies were introduced, the cloud computing adapted to perform better, one such feature was the ability of running […]
Kubernetes, the container orchestration platform developed by Google was developed with the purpose for automating deployment, scaling and managing of containerized applications. It is currently maintained by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation along with popular tools namely Prometheus.
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 […]
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