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  • Robin.io Adds Free-for-Life Version of Container Storage Platform
    by Mike Vizard on October 20, 2020

    Robin.io, a provider of an integrated storage and data management platform for Kubernetes, announced today it is making available a free-for-life edition of its platform dubbed Robin Express. At the same time, Robin.io is adding support for Helm charts that can now be backed up, migrated or captured as a The post Robin.io Adds Free-for-Life Version of Container Storage Platform appeared first on Container Journal.

  • Cloud Foundry Foundation Embraces Kubernetes Fully
    by Mike Vizard on October 20, 2020

    The Cloud Foundry Foundation (CFF), at the virtual Cloud Foundry European Summit, today unveiled version 1.0 of cf-for-k8s, an instance of the open source platform-as-a-service (PaaS) environment that runs natively on Kubernetes. At the same time, the CFF announced that version 2.5 of KubeCF, an implementation of the Cloud Foundry The post Cloud Foundry Foundation Embraces Kubernetes Fully appeared first on Container Journal.

  • Managing Multi-Cloud, Multi-Distro Kubernetes Cluster Deployments
    by Haseeb Budhani on October 20, 2020

    As enterprises ramp up their adoption of modern architectures that embrace microservices, containers and Kubernetes, application deployment strategies are being re-evaluated. Organizations operating and serving customers globally or regionally need to think about how best to make their applications available, responsive and high-performing no matter where the end user (or The post Managing Multi-Cloud, Multi-Distro Kubernetes Cluster Deployments appeared first on Container Journal.

  • Overcoming Kubernetes Infrastructure Challenges
    by Keith Basil on October 19, 2020

    The widespread adoption of the Kubernetes standard for container orchestration has redefined how organizations manage computing deployments at the edge. In turn, more innovative use cases have emerged for lightweight Kubernetes distributions like K3s, designed for small footprint workloads. These Kubernetes deployments can range in size from 500 to 600 The post Overcoming Kubernetes Infrastructure Challenges appeared first on Container Journal.

  • Fairwinds Updates Open Source Tool to Optimize Kubernetes Clusters
    by Mike Vizard on October 19, 2020

    Fairwinds has updated its open source Goldilocks tool for optimizing CPU and memory resources on a Kubernetes cluster to provide support for large clusters with numerous namespaces. It also has made it possible to view resource recommendations from a single namespace and provides a simplified process for installing the control The post Fairwinds Updates Open Source Tool to Optimize Kubernetes Clusters appeared first on Container Journal.

  • TriggerMesh Allies With Rancher Labs to Simplify AWS Integration
    by Mike Vizard on October 16, 2020

    TriggerMesh has partnered with Rancher Labs to make it easier to invoke Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud services from within a Kubernetes environment. Via a TriggerMesh cloud service based on Knative, open source middleware for accessing serverless computing frameworks developed by Google, workloads running on AWS or a local Kubernetes The post TriggerMesh Allies With Rancher Labs to Simplify AWS Integration appeared first on Container Journal.

  • 5 Questions To Ask Before Adopting Kubernetes
    by Liran Haimovitch on October 16, 2020

    This article is part of a series of articles from sponsors of KubeCon + CloudNativeCon 2020 North America Looking to adopt Kubernetes? Make sure your choice is the right one At Rookout, as early as 2017, we took a huge bet on Kubernetes. As the founder of the company who The post 5 Questions To Ask Before Adopting Kubernetes appeared first on Container Journal.

  • Upsizing: Moving From Heroku to Kubernetes
    by Kendall Miller on October 16, 2020

    When it’s time to grow and scale your business, Heroku can be limiting. Kubernetes may be a better choice Heroku is a cloud platform that lets companies build, deliver, monitor and scale apps. By its own explanation, Heroku focuses relentlessly on apps and the developer experience around apps. Heroku lets The post Upsizing: Moving From Heroku to Kubernetes appeared first on Container Journal.

  • Canonical Brings HA to MicroK8s Distribution
    by Mike Vizard on October 15, 2020

    Canonical today announced it has added an autonomous high availability (HA) clustering capability to its MicroK8s lightweight distribution of Kubernetes that is automatically enabled after three nodes join a cluster. Alex Chalkias, product manager at Canonical, says the data store for Microk8s automatically migrates between nodes to a maintain quorum The post Canonical Brings HA to MicroK8s Distribution appeared first on Container Journal.

  • Why Backup Won’t Work for Stateful Containers
    by Deepak Verma on October 15, 2020

    This article is part of a series of articles from sponsors of KubeCon + CloudNativeCon 2020 North America Containers are stateless, right? That’s what we keep hearing repeatedly, anyway. In this blog, we will debunk some of the myths and misconceptions, and work through why backup solutions won’t work for The post Why Backup Won’t Work for Stateful Containers appeared first on Container Journal.

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