Mirantis Container Cloud 2.8 brings more control and visibility

Mirantis Container Cloud 2.8 brings more control and visibility

How to Build a Kubernetes Development Environment

Learn to configure desktop virtual machines for evaluating “big software” and learning Kubernetes development

Download Lens – the Kubernetes IDE

Lens lets you visualize and interact with Kubernetes easily, accelerating development, operations, and learning

Getting Started with Mirantis Products

Explore and try Mirantis Cloud Native Platform and open source products (or use them free, at small scales, with community support). Plan proofs-of-concept. See how everything we make fits together

The Future of OpenStack Webinar Q&A: Mirantis OpenStack for Kubernetes

A few weeks ago, Mirantis Field CTO Shaun O’Meara and Systems Architect Oleskii Kolodiazhnyi presented a webinar about the future of OpenStack, featuring an overview and demo of Mirantis’ latest OpenStack solution: Mirantis OpenStack for Kubernetes (MOS).  During the course of the webinar, we received a lot of great questions from the audience. In this post, we’ve included those questions, providing …

What is Kubernetes?

Kubernetes is software that automatically manages, scales, and maintains multi-container workloads in desired states

Lens 5.0 Beta

Lens 5.0 beta delivers new tools for organizing resources and accelerating work, including Lens Spaces: a secure, cloud-based enhancement for simplifying access control to Kubernetes clusters, anywhere We're steadily progressing toward the next major release of Lens. Today, Mirantis and Team Lens are introducing Lens 5 beta — adding significant new functionality to Lens, including a new way of sharing access …

K0S – Zero-Friction Kubernetes, now in General Release

The lightweight, single-binary, open source Kubernetes for IoT and datacenter has earned its first major version designation. Recent features include kube-router as default CNI, arm32 support, backups, and a simple but powerful new lifecycle manager! "K0S was engineered to be modern and simple to run anywhere," says Miska Kaipiainen, project founder. "What people call 'lightweight' — which is, I guess, generally …

Mirantis Container Cloud 2.7 Release

VMware support, proxy, artifacts caching, and UI improvements headline this release Mirantis Container Cloud 2.7 is now generally available, sporting a new provider enabling deployment and lifecycle management of Container Cloud Management, Regional and (Mirantis Kubernetes Engine) child clusters. Container Cloud can now perform all its functions on VMware clouds, including non-disruptive self- and child-cluster updates and upgrades, plus cache …

Mirantis OpenStack for K8s 21.2

This new release delivers high availability for virtual machines, plus storage, security, and networking features enabling increased performance for I/O-intensive workloads   Introduced just six months ago, Mirantis OpenStack for Kubernetes represents the culmination of years of engineering experience building, deploying and operating open source cloud solutions. The result, in short, is the most consumable, operationally docile, and performant OpenStack distribution available. Cloud …

Mirantis Cloud Native Platform April Update

VMware support for Mirantis Container Cloud, 2FA for Kubernetes Engine, Helm chart support for Secure Registry, and more Mirantis no longer does "waterfall" releases. Instead, all the interoperating parts of Mirantis Cloud Native platform (and the open source projects we sponsor, as well) release continuously — as frequently as every few weeks. That's good, in that it gets features and updates …

Feedback in Mirantis Kubernetes Engine 3.4.0

Mirantis Kubernetes Engine 3.4.0 lets users send us feedback. Please leverage this to let us know what works, what doesn't, and how to support you better Collecting general feedback directly within Mirantis Kubernetes Engine is one more way we're empowering customers to help us understand how they use our products. The information is sent to the Mirantis product team to track user satisfaction …

The Future of Dockershim is cri-dockerd

Don't panic: Docker-shim's anticipated deprecation won't cause disruption for folks using Docker Engine or Mirantis Container Runtime with Kubernetes Kubernetes 1.23 will be upon us before the end of the year, and with it, dockershim will no longer be part of upstream Kubernetes. As detailed in our last post on this topic, this will be irrelevant for many users, who are …

Mirantis Kubernetes Engine 3.4.0 Two-Factor Authentication

Compatible with a host of password services and authenticators, two-factor authentication now enhances Mirantis Kubernetes Engine access security Two-factor authentication (2FA) adds an extra layer of security when logging into Mirantis Kubernetes Engine (MKE). With 2FA, you still have to log in with your username and password, but you must also provide another factor of authentication that only you know or …

Mirantis Secure Registry 2.9.0 Released

More than "just a private image registry," Mirantis Secure Registry now delivers rich Helm support with chart linting, plus new security features like Running Image Enforcement Mirantis recently released version 2.9.0 of Mirantis Secure Registry (MSR, formerly Docker Trusted Registry) — delivering a host of new features to make private registry more useful, more informative, and more secure. If you're not using …