SQL Server security Kubernetes

High Availability for Containerized SQL Server in K8s

Containers have numerous benefits for IT operations. But when it comes to using containerized stateful workloads, such as Microsoft SQL Server, a key obstacle remains: Implementing high availability (HA). Kubernetes is well ...
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The Challenges of Kubernetes Storage

In this episode of The View with Vizard, Cloudian CTO Gary Ogasawara joins host Mike Vizard to explain the challenges of Kubernetes storage. The video is below, followed by a transcript of ...
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Windocks Extends Reach of Cloud-Native Data Repository

Windocks has extended a cloud-native data repository, which is based on an instance of the Docker container format, to add support for Oracle, PostgreSQL, MySQL and NoSQL database platforms in addition to ...
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5 Reasons to Back Up Kubernetes Applications

Software containers are at the heart of cloud-native business transformation initiatives, and they are a natural evolution from virtual machines to a more granular and portable application environment in clouds. Containers are ...
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SODA Foundation Extends Open Source Storage Reach to K8s

The SODA Foundation has added support for the container storage interface (CSI) used to attach storage systems running its open source software-defined storage (SDS) software to Kubernetes clusters. In addition to providing ...
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IBM Promises Software-Defined Storage for Containers

IBM this week announced it will deliver, in the second half of this year, software-defined storage (SDS) embedded in containers that can be deployed anywhere. Eric Herzog, vice president for business development ...
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Data Protection for Stateful Applications in Kubernetes

Stateful applications: Whether or not you believe they belong in Kubernetes, the fact is most organizations run a combination of stateful and stateless workloads in containers. Stateful applications and workloads require back ...