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Lens provides a handy Kubernetes dashboard, but some people prefer not to click around with their mouse any more than absolutely necessary, and would rather use keyboard shortcuts.
Last week we teamed up with our training partner ExitCertified to present our most successful webinar ever, "Running with the Application Essentials," which attracted nearly 3,000 registrants! Here we've taken the time to answer all the questions we received from the audience, but we'd love for you to view the whole webinar! Are there any macro services? Compared to the term "microservices", …
One of the advantages both Mirantis Container Cloud and the Lens IDE share is that both enable you to easily work with multiple Kubernetes clusters.
Today, Mirantis announced the general availability of Mirantis OpenStack for Kubernetes, a new offering now included in the Mirantis Cloud Native Platform. Existing users of Mirantis Container Cloud (formerly Docker Enterprise Container Cloud) will automatically receive the update, which lets them deploy containerized OpenStack control planes, Ceph storage, and compute hosts on Mirantis Kubernetes Engine (formerly Docker Enterprise/UCP).
There's been a lot of excitement around here about Lens lately. And why not? With more than 1.3 million downloads and close to 10,000 stars on Github since its inception in March 2020, Lens has quickly become the world's most popular IDE for Kubernetes, and with release of Lens 4.0, that's likely to not just continue, but accelerate. In particular, large …
The rumors of dockershim’s demise have been greatly exaggerated. If you follow the Kubernetes ecosystem, you may have been caught up in the consternation excitement over the announcement that starting with the soon-to-be-released Kubernetes 1.20, users will receive a warning that dockershim is being deprecated, and will be removed in a future release. For many people this has sparked a moment of panic, but take a deep breath, everything is going to be OK.
For a couple of weeks now, we’ve been talking about the k0s project, a simple way to get Kubernetes up and running. In this quick and dirty guide, we’ll give you all the background you need to get started.
The CNCF’s KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2020 is officially underway, and it’s an exciting time for developers and technologists to gather to discuss the latest in the Kubernetes and Cloud Native communities. Mirantis, a proud gold-level sponsor for this year’s event, would like to invite you to check out our virtual booth (located in Gold-Hall B), which showcases our …
We’ve got a lot going on here at Mirantis, and one thing that’s flown under the radar is the K0s project, a real game-changer of a small, fast, robust, easy-to-use Kubernetes distribution.
You may already know Lens as the Kubernetes IDE that makes it simple for developers to work with Kubernetes and Kubernetes objects, but what if you could customize it for the way you work and what information you see from your cluster? Today we're announcing Lens 4.0 and the Lens Extensions API, which lets you quickly code lightweight integrations that customize …
These days, if you need a “computer”, what you’re really looking for is infrastructure — a collection of resources, such as compute, memory, storage, and so on — and you need to be able to get it in as flexible a manner as possible. Enter Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS).
Since releasing the new COA exam a year ago, Mirantis has continued to work closely with the OpenStack Foundation, including offering a free OpenStack Essentials course during the upcoming summit.
Today we are pleased to announce the release of Docker Enterprise Container Cloud, designed to help you ship code faster by providing choice, simplicity, and security.