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Simplifying Container Networking With eBPF

Simplifying Container Networking With eBPF

As adoption of Kubernetes increases, organizations are now finding themselves deploying network overlays to integrate fleets of Kubernetes clusters. There are already a lot of choices for achieving that goal, but with the rise of extended Berkeley Packet Filter (eBPF) technology it will soon become possible to run networking software ... Read More
May 16, 2022
Devops.com
CloudOps: Achieving Continuously Optimized Cloud Infrastructure

CloudOps: Achieving Continuously Optimized Cloud Infrastructure

Imagine a world in which applications automatically get the precise infrastructure they require, cloud environments are fully optimized and cloud teams are free from tedious, manual tasks and instead focus on work that drives innovation. That’s the promise of CloudOps ... Read More
May 11, 2022
Spot by NetApp
Kubernetes Open Source Validation

Kubernetes Open Source Validation

Kubernetes is hard, and it can be easy for imposter syndrome to rear its head when you’re trying to figure out how all the different pieces fit together and interact. This happens over and over in organizations at all stages of maturity, and common mistakes are made in the areas ... Read More
May 11, 2022
Fairwinds
NSA Kubernetes Hardening Guide: What You Need to Know

NSA Kubernetes Hardening Guide: What You Need to Know

The NSA has released a number of recommendations for hardening Kubernetes clusters. The guide outlines a strong defense-in-depth approach to minimize the chances of a security breach and to ensure that if an attacker does infiltrate your Kubernetes cluster, the blast radius will be as small as possible ... Read More
May 5, 2022
Fairwinds
There’s No Easy Button for Managing Kubernetes and the Cloud

There’s No Easy Button for Managing Kubernetes and the Cloud

The cloud and containerization have revolutionized the way organizations develop, deploy and monitor applications; however, they are not a panacea. Most technology environments are highly complex and contain a variety of virtualized workloads, multiple clouds and on-premises infrastructure and multiple container technologies ... Read More
April 28, 2022
Mirantis
How Bitso Empowers Its Devs to Troubleshoot K8s Independently

How Bitso Empowers Its Devs to Troubleshoot K8s Independently

More often than not, Kubernetes is behaving as it should: fast, agile and scalable. But what happens when K8s misbehaves? Do the responders have the right tools to deal with the situation? Or are they just part of an escalation chain that always leads to the same small group of ... Read More
April 21, 2022
Komodor
2022 Container Security Trends: Expert Panel Livestream

2022 Container Security Trends: Expert Panel Livestream

The cloud is where applications run today, but the cloud itself is software, managed and run with code such as IaC, Kubernetes and Helm configs and Dockerfiles. Securing your cloud can, and should, follow much the same model as the security of the apps you’re running in it. If you ... Read More
April 20, 2022
Snyk
Kubernetes in the Enterprise

Kubernetes in the Enterprise

While Kubernetes may be more than 6 years old, it’s just now hitting mainstream adoption in the enterprise as organizations transition to cloud-native applications. As a result, Kubernetes is laying the foundation for the next era of distributed computing in the enterprise once IT teams master the best practices required ... Read More
April 18, 2022
Devops.com
How to Optimize Kubernetes for Security, Cost, Reliability and Scale

How to Optimize Kubernetes for Security, Cost, Reliability and Scale

As Kubernetes matures and adoption increases, one question keeps coming up: Am I doing it right? In organizations with hundreds (or even thousands) of clusters at work, finding ways to boost the efficiency and productivity of these important areas is critical ... Read More
April 7, 2022
Fairwinds
Implementing Kubernetes Chargeback on AWS

Implementing Kubernetes Chargeback on AWS

 Implementing Kubernetes cost allocation is particularly challenging compared to other types of IT infrastructure. This is because Kubernetes is a multitenant platform that hosts short-lived containers and possesses no built-in mechanism for cost management. Kubecost offers a way for organizations to meet this need, with a free and open -source ... Read More
April 6, 2022
AWS