Re-Imagining Virtualization with Kubernetes and KubeVirt – Part II

Re-Imagining Virtualization with Kubernetes and KubeVirt - Part II

KubeVirt – Traditional Virtualization with the New Kubernetes Previously, in Part I of this blog series, we introduced the idea that KubeVirt is about balance: Mature virtualization features and concepts, yet Kubernetes philosophy and semantics. Pods and containers disappear when stopped. Virtual machines have a life cycle and their configurations persist so they can be […]

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Assessing App Portfolios for Onboarding to OpenShift

Assessing App Portfolios for Onboarding to OpenShift

Most professionals who’ve spent enough time in the IT industry have seen organizational silos in action. The classic silos are the ones created by Development and Operations organizations; silos we aim to break down through DevOps-style collaboration. But how many organizations pursuing digital transformation are continuing that siloed thinking when it comes to evaluating the […]

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Deploying HA MongoDB on OpenShift using Portworx

Deploying HA MongoDB on OpenShift using Portworx

This is a guest post written by Gou Rao, CTO and Co-Founder of Portworx, leading the company’s technology, market, and solution execution strategy. Previously Gou was the CTO of Data Protection at Dell, in charge of the technical direction, strategy and architecture. Portworx, is a cloud-native storage platform to run persistent workloads deployed on a […]

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From the Enterprisers Project: 6 CI/CD Pitfalls to avoid

From the Enterprisers Project: 6 CI/CD Pitfalls to avoid

One of the great benefits of building out your container native infrastructure is enabling continuous integration and continuous deployment. As teams struggle to push out more features faster, having a reliable, quick-provisioned environment for build and test activities is table stakes. You cannot perform 20 builds in an eight hour work day if each build […]

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[Podcast] PodCTL – Reviewing KubeCon Seattle 2018

[Podcast] PodCTL - Reviewing KubeCon Seattle 2018

In 2016, just over a 1,000 people gathered in Seattle for the first “large” KubeCon event. Just two years later, the event had grow to over 8,000 attendees (+ a long waiting list). The event has always been billed at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon, and this year’s event finally felt like the CloudNativeCon name desired equal […]

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Changes to OpenShift Online Starter Tier

Changes to OpenShift Online Starter Tier

For some time now, we have offered our OpenShift Online service in a few service tiers. This hosted service has been available since 2011, and to date, well over 4 million applications have been launched on OpenShift Online. One of the key features of this hosted form of Red Hat OpenShift has been our Starter […]

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Re-Imagining Virtualization with Kubernetes and KubeVirt

Re-Imagining Virtualization with Kubernetes and KubeVirt

The Kubernetes platform’s evolution allows organizations to revisit how they develop new applications using microservices and containers. As with any new technology there can be the temptation to “move everything to containers”, yet history shows the length of such transitions is measured in years, or even decades. With a major part of the current application […]

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[Podcast] PodCTL – Kube Security, Kube 1.13 and KubeCon

[Podcast] PodCTL  - Kube Security, Kube 1.13 and KubeCon

Heading into the week of KubeCon, we wanted to make sure that listeners had some basics to prepare them for a week of learning and announcements. We discussed the severe Kubernetes bug (Kubernetes Privilege Escalation Flaw) and available patches, all of the new features in Kubernetes 1.13, as some previews of things to expect from […]

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