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How Mirantis Secure Registry Protects Your Deployments Across the Software Lifecycle

The increasing complexity of the software supply chain — and the interdependence of countless technologies for almost any solution — have made it clear that security is paramount at every stage of the software development lifecycle. Whether the security threat is a long-game attack planting malware on public registries or a severe vulnerability uncovered in commonplace open source libraries, a …

How Mirantis Secure Registry Protects Your Deployments Across the Software Lifecycle
Stay Informed with the Mirantis Product Security Incident Response Team (PSIRT)

The Log4Shell critical vulnerability is only the most recent reminder that enterprise security is a matter of continuous vigilance and information-sharing. Security requires transparency and rapid response — and that’s the role of the Mirantis Product Security Incident Response Team. What is a PSIRT? A Product Security Incident Response Team (PSIRT) is a part of an organization dedicated to identifying, evaluating, and …

Stay Informed with the Mirantis Product Security Incident Response Team (PSIRT)
Introducing Swarm-Only Mode for Mirantis Kubernetes Engine 3.5.0

While many Mirantis Kubernetes Engine (MKE) users manage Kubernetes and Docker Swarm clusters side-by-side, there are many others with no need for Kubernetes at all. For those users, we are pleased to introduce Swarm-only mode in MKE 3.5.0. Swarm-only mode is a new MKE configuration option — if you choose this mode during setup, the platform will only support Swarm orchestration …

Introducing Swarm-Only Mode for Mirantis Kubernetes Engine 3.5.0
What is Log4Shell, and How Can You Tell if You’re Affected?

On December 9, 2021, Apache disclosed a critical severity vulnerability in its Log4j 2 logging utility, which records activity within Java applications. The vulnerability impacts all Apache Log4j 2 versions prior to 2.15.0. The Mirantis team has confirmed that most of our products are unaffected by the vulnerability; the few issues we found were of low severity. Customers who wish to assess …

What is Log4Shell, and How Can You Tell if You’re Affected?
Getting Started with a Free Trial of Mirantis Container Cloud

In this guide, we’ll show you how to get started with a free hosted trial of Mirantis Container Cloud in just a few simple steps. By the end, you’ll have a Kubernetes cluster running a sample application, all manageable through the Lens integrated development environment. We’ll also walk you through scaling up with additional nodes and upgrading the cluster without …

Getting Started with a Free Trial of Mirantis Container Cloud
Get Guaranteed Outcomes for Mirantis Kubernetes Engine with OpsCare Support

At Mirantis, we are proud to back our cutting-edge product innovation with world-class customer support. To make this possible, we integrate valuable customer support tools directly within the products themselves. This enables us to offer guaranteed outcomes for our premium support offerings, such as up to 99.99% availability SLA for managed services. This is all part of our larger strategy of …

Get Guaranteed Outcomes for Mirantis Kubernetes Engine with OpsCare Support
Introducing the NGINX Ingress Controller in Mirantis Kubernetes Engine 3.5.0

Most Kubernetes services don’t just exchange information within their cluster — outside users and services need to be able to access them. The Kubernetes Ingress resource makes this possible, describing a set of routing rules according to hostname and/or path. An ingress controller implements those routing rules to route the incoming HTTP traffic to a service in your cluster. With the …

Introducing the NGINX Ingress Controller in Mirantis Kubernetes Engine 3.5.0
Mirantis Newsletter – December 2021

Every month, the team at Mirantis sends out a newsletter chronicling top industry and company news. Below you’ll find links to thought leadership articles, blogs, tutorials, and the latest updates to our enterprise, open source, and training offerings. If you don’t currently receive the newsletter, you can subscribe using the botton on the top right. Mirantis Launches DevOpsCare for All Major …

Mirantis Newsletter – December 2021
AWS re:Invent Event Recap

Last week, Team Lens, alongside Mirantis, had the opportunity to attend the Lens team's first “real” in-person event, AWS re:Invent. Unlike the previous year, re:Invent 2021 was truly a hybrid event, meaning virtual and in-person attendance. This, of course, is the biggest event we attended since 2019. The estimated total in-person attendance was north of 20,000 masked individuals, and more …

AWS re:Invent Event Recap
Python for Mere Mortals: Learn Python by building a simple project – even if you’re not a programmer

We are excited to launch the second edition of our programming guide, Python for Mere Mortals, by Mirantis' own Nick Chase. Below, we've shared the opening chapters where you will learn who this book is meant for, get set up to start coding in Python, and learn how to create and run the most basic Python script. Download the full …

Python for Mere Mortals: Learn Python by building a simple project – even if you’re not a programmer
What’s New in Kubernetes 1.23 – Events API, Pod Security Standards, IPv6, and Much More

Kubernetes 1.23 moved to general release this week, and this last release of 2021 is a gift by and for the Kubernetes community. With 45 new improvements, this is a robust bundle of goodies with some exciting features — some brand new, some incrementally improved, and some stepping up to general availability. Let’s unwrap some of these presents and take a …

What’s New in Kubernetes 1.23 – Events API, Pod Security Standards, IPv6, and Much More
A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Mirantis Engineering

What does it take to create world-class cloud products, leveraging open source innovation to build cohesive, value-added solutions for customers? We wanted to take you behind the scenes of Mirantis product innovation, by giving you a rare view into the daily life of our Mirantis Secure Registry team. In case you’re not familiar with Mirantis Secure Registry (MSR), it’s an enterprise-ready, …

A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Mirantis Engineering
How to protect your workloads from AWS outages

In full swing of the holiday shopping and travel season, AWS yesterday experienced an outage in its US-EAST-1 region. It brought down websites and applications galore, including those of Disney+, the Associated Press, Amazon Prime, and Southwest and Delta Airlines. As cloud computing adoption continues to accelerate with the COVID-19 pandemic, enterprises are increasingly turning to public cloud, with AWS …

How to protect your workloads from AWS outages
Mirantis Container Cloud 2.14 Enables More Secure Hybrid Clouds with Private Networking on Equinix Metal

This week we are pleased to announce the release of Mirantis Container Cloud 2.14. Container Cloud enables you to easily create multiple Kubernetes, Swarm, and even Mirantis OpenStack clusters, and with this new version, we are pleased to introduce numerous new features for enterprise users, including: Private networking for Bare Metal clusters Additional operating system support Operational and usability improvements Let's look at these …

Mirantis Container Cloud 2.14 Enables More Secure Hybrid Clouds with Private Networking on Equinix Metal
Introducing DevOpsCare Powered by Lens

Today at Mirantis we are excited to announce the launch of our newest offering, DevOpsCare powered by Lens. While our previous products and offerings have been mainly focused on operators, we recognize the needs of the "Dev" half of "DevOps", and DevOpsCare powered by Lens is designed specifically to address that challenge. DevOpsCare: The Challenge Modern IT teams are faced with the …

Introducing DevOpsCare Powered by Lens