In the last post,we have looked at how to create local cluster,deploy an app and check the status of the deployments.In continuation to the series,in this post we are going to check how to scale & perform updates to applications running on Kubernetes cluster. Earlier posts of this series were featured in KubeWeekly Step #1. … Continue reading Kubernetes tutorial – Scale & perform updates to your app
In the last post, we have looked at the Introduction & key concepts of Kubernetes platform.Now in this post,we are going to create new Kubernetes cluster using Minikube. Minikube is a lightweight Kubernetes implementation that creates a VM on your local machine and deploys a simple cluster containing only one node. Minikube is available for … Continue reading Kubernetes tutorial – Create simple cluster & Deploy app
From the last post on containers,we know what are containers & its benefits.Just to recap,here are the points below : Uses OS Level virtualization Isolated from each of them and from the host Filesystems Processes Resources Increased ease and efficiency of container image creation compared to VM image use. Provides reliable and frequent container image … Continue reading Kubernetes – Introduction & key concepts
To help quickly compare the cloud capabilities of Azure,AWS,Google,IBM & Oracle cloud services in all categories. Whether you are planning a multi-cloud solution or simply migrating to any of these cloud, you will be able to use this service map to quickly orient yourself with the services required for a successful migration. Recently Microsoft released … Continue reading Compare the cloud capabilities for TOP 5 cloud providers in all categories
Microsoft has introduced a new cloud service map to help quickly compare the cloud capabilities of Azure and AWS services in all categories. Whether you are planning a multi-cloud solution with Azure and AWS, or simply migrating to Azure, you will be able to use this service map to quickly orient yourself with the services … Continue reading Compare the cloud capabilities of Azure and AWS services in all categories using Cloud Service Map
As organizations break down large systems into container-based microservices, it becomes harder to track all the pieces.To handle this,Google, JFrog, Red Hat, IBM, Black Duck, Twistlock, Aqua Security and CoreOS recently announced Grafeas , a new joint open-source project that provides users with a standardized way for auditing and governing for computing components & their … Continue reading Grafeas Open Source Project to connect, manage, and secure microservices.
Linux containers has been around since the early 2000s and architected into Linux in 2007. Due to small footprint and portability of containers, the same hardware can support an exponentially larger number of containers than VMs, dramatically reducing infrastructure costs and enabling more apps to deploy faster.But due to usability issues,it din’t kickoff enough interest … Continue reading 10 things you should know about containerization technology