Platform9 Adds Kubernetes Cost Controls

Platform9 is moving to give organizations that rely on its managed service to deploy Kubernetes more control over costs. The Platform9 Managed Kubernetes service now allows organizations to define what percentage of their total number of nodes in a Kubernetes cluster they want to deploy as Spot instances on Amazon

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Kubernetes-as-a-Service: One Step Closer, but Not the End Game

Understanding what Kubernetes-as-a-service can—and can’t—do Four years ago, Docker democratized the ability for developers to reliably run their applications anywhere. What worked on their computer worked in test/dev and production. Portable and lightweight, containers allowed us to finally realize the benefits of microservice architectures. Hello, developer speed. Then, as developers

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Turbonomic Extends Kubernetes Management Reach

Turbonomic this week extended the reach of its workload automation platform for Kubernetes into the public cloud. Asena Hertz, senior product marketing manager for Turbonomic, says the company has added support for Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (EKS), Microsoft Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) and Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE). In

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Running Containerized Services on Kubernetes: What We Learned (Part 1)

At Magalix, we help companies and developers find the right balance between performance and capacity inside their Kubernetes clusters. So, we are big Kubernetes fans. We went through a lot of pain and learning cycles to make Kubernetes work properly for our needs. Those experiences also helped us a lot

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Robin Systems Unveils Hyperconverged Platform for Kubernetes

Robin Systems today announced a hyperconverged platform that promises to simplify the ongoing management of stateful applications running on Kubernetes clusters. Company CEO Premal Buch says stateful applications employing databases, sources of big data such as Hadoop and machine learning algorithms that have containerized need seamless access to data to

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HPE Extends OneSphere to Kubernetes on VMware

Hewlett-Packard Enterprise (HPE) announced today it has extended the reach of its OneSphere platform for managing IT via the cloud to instances of Kubernetes running on VMware. Harsh Singh, director for product management and cloud engineering for HPE, says VMware has emerged in the short term in on-premises IT environments

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CNCF Promotes Prometheus Container Monitoring Project

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) announced today at a PromCon 2018 conference that the open source Prometheus container monitoring software project has officially become the second project to graduate, following the Kubernetes project it also oversees. Richard Hartmann, a Prometheus team leader system architect for SpaceNet, a provider of

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Red Hat Makes Case for Cloud Native Virtualization

Red Hat is taking an effort to encapsulate virtual machines with containers to the next level by making available a developer preview that provides access to an implementation of the open source KubeVirt project. Stephen Gordon, principal product manager for container-native virtualization (CNV) at Red Hat, says KubeVirt is an

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Univa Partners With Sylabs to Advance Singularity Containers

Univa and Sylabs have announced a partnership under which the open source Singularity container technology developed by Sylabs will be supported in high-performance computing (HPC) environments running Univa workload management software. Singularity containers are already widely employed in HPC environments as an easier alternative to Docker containers. Rob Lalonde, vice

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