Posts in 2016

  • Kubernetes 1.5: Supporting Production Workloads

    By Aparna Sinha(Google) | Tuesday, December 13, 2016 in Blog

    Today we’re announcing the release of Kubernetes 1.5. This release follows close on the heels of KubeCon/CloundNativeCon, where users gathered to share how they’re running their applications on Kubernetes. Many of you expressed interest in running …

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  • From Network Policies to Security Policies

    By Bernard Van De Walle (Aporeto) | Thursday, December 08, 2016 in Blog

    Kubernetes Network Policies Kubernetes supports a new API for network policies that provides a sophisticated model for isolating applications and reducing their attack surface. This feature, which came out of the SIG-Network group, makes it very easy …

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  • Kompose: a tool to go from Docker-compose to Kubernetes

    By Sebastien Goasguen (Skippbox) | Tuesday, November 22, 2016 in Blog

    At Skippbox, we developed kompose a tool to automatically transform your Docker Compose application into Kubernetes manifests. Allowing you to start a Compose application on a Kubernetes cluster with a single kompose up command. We’re extremely happy …

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  • Kubernetes Containers Logging and Monitoring with Sematext

    By Stefan Thies (Sematext) | Friday, November 18, 2016 in Blog

    Managing microservices in containers is typically done with Cluster Managers and Orchestration tools. Each container platform has a slightly different set of options to deploy containers or schedule tasks on each cluster node. Because we do container …

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  • Visualize Kubelet Performance with Node Dashboard

    By Zhou Fang (Google) | Thursday, November 17, 2016 in Blog

    Since this article was published, the Node Performance Dashboard was retired and is no longer available. This retirement happened in early 2019, as part of the kubernetes/contrib repository deprecation. In Kubernetes 1.4, we introduced a new node …

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  • CNCF Partners With The Linux Foundation To Launch New Kubernetes Certification, Training and Managed Service Provider Program

    Tuesday, November 08, 2016 in Blog

    Today the CNCF is pleased to launch a new training, certification and Kubernetes Managed Service Provider (KMSP) program. The goal of the program is to ensure enterprises get the support they’re looking for to get up to speed and roll out new …

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  • Modernizing the Skytap Cloud Micro-Service Architecture with Kubernetes

    By Shawn Falkner-Horine (Skytap), Joe Burchett (Skytap) | Monday, November 07, 2016 in Blog

    Skytap is a global public cloud that provides our customers the ability to save and clone complex virtualized environments in any given state. Our customers include enterprise organizations running applications in a hybrid cloud, educational …

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  • Bringing Kubernetes Support to Azure Container Service

    By Brendan Burns (Microsoft) | Monday, November 07, 2016 in Blog

    With more than a thousand people coming to KubeCon in my hometown of Seattle, nearly three years after I helped start the Kubernetes project, it’s amazing and humbling to see what a small group of people and a radical idea have become after three …

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  • Tail Kubernetes with Stern

    By Antti Kupila (Wercker) | Monday, October 31, 2016 in Blog

    We love Kubernetes here at Wercker and build all our infrastructure on top of it. When deploying anything you need to have good visibility to what's going on and logs are a first view into the inner workings of your application. Good old tail -f has …

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  • Introducing Kubernetes Service Partners program and a redesigned Partners page

    By Allan Naim (Google) | Monday, October 31, 2016 in Blog

    Kubernetes has become a leading container orchestration system by being a powerful and flexible way to run distributed systems at scale. Through our very active open source community, equating to hundreds of person years of work, Kubernetes achieved …

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