We are living in an age of Cloud-Native applications. The evolution in modern software delivery is affecting the way software is being shipped – by both those who deliver a SaaS-based application that is accessed remotely, over the internet, as well as by traditional software vendors who ship software that needs to be installed locally. This article explores how.
This blog offers some guidelines for running a production grade Kubernetes cluster in an environment like an on-premise data center or edge location. In short, production grade means anticipating accidents and preparing for recovery with minimal pain and delay. Learn how to achieve a production worthy Kubernetes deployment, even when dealing with some resource constraints.
An Operator is a Kubernetes pattern that is extending the Kubernetes control plane with a custom Controller and Custom Resource Definitions that add additional operational knowledge of an application. Application-specific operational knowledge is often forgotten from this definition and without it Operators are indistinguishable from any other custom Kubernetes Controllers.
New Webinar: Zero Trust Security for Cloud Native Apps
Haim Helman – CTO and Co-Founder, Octarine August 28 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am PDT