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Kustomize lets you create a K8s application. You can combine pieces from different sources without touching the originals, keep your kustomizations in source control, and create overlays.
Bruce continues his discussion of service meshes with an overview of how they work and an introduction to Istio.
Recently we gave a webinar that gave an Introduction to YAML: Deployments and other Kubernetes Objects. Here’s a look at some of the Q&As we covered (and some that we didn’t have time for).
We look at enhancing your YAML documents with repeated nodes in the context of Kubernetes Services, Endpoints, and Ingress.
Read the Q&A from a webinar by Mirantis and Cloudify about how you can use available open source tools to create a single management environment for PNFs, VNFs, and mobile edge cloud applications.
View the Q&A from our live demo of adding a Kubernetes minion with Mirantis Cloud Platform.
KDC lets you easily create a multi-node cluster (or even multiple clusters) on a single machine by deploying Kubernetes nodes as containers. Here’s how to get it running.
An introduction to YAML and how to use it to create Kubernetes Pods and Deployments.
Providing complete lifecycle management for an application involves more than simple Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD). When done right, there's orchestration involved, as well as oversight, auditability, and even, on occasion, manual approvals. Here at Mirantis, we find that the Mirantis Application Platform, based on Spinnaker, provides a way to take advantage of all of those capabilities for a …
Creating cloud-native applications requires a different way of working, and combining Spinnaker and Istio help create a service mesh that enables manageable microservices environment.
A proof of concept is a crucial part of any cloud project, and it shouldn’t be slapped together just to tick off a checkbox.
With edge, we have closed vendor solutions and open reference architectures, but nothing for VNF and software vendors to build on top of. Changing that is the first step towards virtualized edge.
Kubernetes 1.12 is scheduled for release in the next week or so, so we wanted to take a minute to look at some of the new features and changes you can expect.
In this article we’ll look at how to configure Spinnaker for a Prometheus-based canary deployment using Kayenta.