@muhammadali642 shared a post, 2 months, 1 week ago
Marketing, Wildcard

Why Kubernetes is a must learn to become Cloud Native

Kubernetes is a major pillar when talks come to being cloud native, because Kubernetes alongside its vast ecosystem of tools, will singlehandedly construct, scale, and operate any of your cloud applications. This major power that Kubernetes has is a valid reason Kubernetes is a must-learn in becoming cloud native. This article has looked more into Kubernetes and why it needs to be learned to become cloud native.

@bygui86 shared a post, 5 months, 3 weeks ago
Head of Infrastructure-DevOps-Security, Swissblock Tech

K8s rolling updates upon configurations changes

@squadcast shared a post, 6 months, 3 weeks ago

Helm - Package Manager for Kubernetes

Deploying applications to Kubernetes can be complex as you may be required to create multiple interdependent resources. This blog explains how Helm can help software professionals to package, configure and deploy applications onto Kubernetes.

@llbbl shared a post, 7 months, 2 weeks ago
Chief Engineerer, phpops

5 DevOps Tools to Level Up Your Kubernetes

Here are five tools to level up your Kubernetes journey; no matter if you are just getting started or deep in the K8s, read on to see why I picked them. 🦮

@cloudgeek7 shared a post, 7 months, 3 weeks ago

Evolution of Containers and How Managed EKS Service solves Kubernetes challenges

Containers have been around since the 1970s for creating an isolated environment where applications and services can run without interfering with other processes.

@psdally shared a post, 7 months, 4 weeks ago
Architect, Sun Life Financial

Active/Passive Load Balancing with Kubernetes Services

You likely know that Services are how Kubernetes provides load balancing, exposing an application running on a set of Pods as a network service, and providing a single DNS name for that application.

Post BridgeCrew Team
@bridgecrewio shared a post, 8 months ago

Security Challenges of Developing Kubernetes Infrastructure with IaC

There are many reasons to love Kubernetes. It’s open source. It’s incredibly scalable and flexible. And it turns out to be a great way to deploy hybrid cloud and multi-cloud workloads.

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Post BridgeCrew Team
@bridgecrewio shared a post, 8 months ago

9 Essential Infrastructure Security Considerations for Kubernetes

Part of the reason why securing Kubernetes can be challenging is that Kubernetes isn’t a single, simple framework. It’s a complex, multi-layered beast.

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@divya_mohan0209 shared a post, 8 months, 1 week ago

Getting started with K8s in 2022

Kubernetes has been around for almost 7 years as of 2022. While its ecosystem has evolved with a plethora of fantastic resources in the form of documentation (shameless self-plug, I know), blogposts, videos, podcasts, and courses, there still is a pretty high entry level barrier if you’re entirely new to it. A majority of the questions I’ve received are around the very first step to be taken while learning and what is a good way to get started. This is a compilation I wish I had when I got started and I hope you find it useful.

@andrew44ashraf shared a post, 8 months, 1 week ago

Detect crashes in your Kubernetes cluster using kwatch and Slack

Monitor all changes in your Kubernetes(K8s) cluster & detects crashes in your running apps in real time

@suaybsimsek58 shared a post, 8 months, 1 week ago
Software Engineer, Infonal

Spring Boot Fullstack Blockchain Application With Hyperledger Fabric running on Kubernetes (Part 6) — Orderer

Hello everyone, through this article series we will the Hyperledger Fabric integration with Spring Boot.In this article, we will look into ordered. Also,I will also explain how to deploy orderer service on Kubernetes.

@koushikmgithub shared a post, 8 months, 1 week ago

Sample SpringBoot application on Knative — A Serverless platform

Today I will explain some interesting topic ‘Knative’ — a serverless architecture and how we can utilize it with a simple SpringBoot application. I will not go for all the details about Knative but will focus on a few features of it and how we can simply utilize those features in our application.

@inder_ips_devops shared a post, 8 months, 2 weeks ago

On-premise to cloud migration mock drills using Istio

Part 1 of a series of articles about cloud migration

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@ajeetsraina shared a post, 8 months, 2 weeks ago

Top 5 Docker Myths and Facts That You Should be Aware of

Today, every fast-growing business enterprise has to deploy new features of their app rapidly if they really want to survive in this competitive market.