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Windows Worker Nodes for Docker Enterprise Kubernetes: Easily add and scale Windows workload capacity
Docker Enterprise 3.1 with Kubernetes 1.17 lets you easily add Windows Kubernetes workers to a cluster (cluster master nodes must still run on Linux), mixing them optionally with Linux workers. Newly-joined Windows workers are immediately recognized by Docker Enterprise Kubernetes, and workloads can be scheduled on them reliably via the nodeSelector element in a deployment spec. The ability to orchestrate Windows-based …
In this article, get familiar with using the Universal Control Plane to create and manage Kubernetes objects, add an additional node to the cluster, and learn how to access the cluster from the command line.
Last week we presented a webinar with our partner Zettaset about containerized data encryption and why it's important. Here are the answers to your questions, provided by Bryan Langston and Uday Shetty of Mirantis and Tim Reilly and Maksim Yankovskiy of Zettaset. View webinar slides and recording Why is encryption so important if we wrap our existing security around all workloads? It goes …
The key factor that is missing in many discussions about edge computing is a clear view of how we will be expected to deploy, manage and gain a clear picture of these edge resources.
The following is a guest post by Tim Reilly, CEO of Zettaset. Containers have many use cases and benefits, but despite their impact, containers also create a host of new security challenges. Containers have short lifespans and move fast, so gaining full visibility into what’s happening in the environment can be difficult. Unlike virtual machines, containers aren’t always isolated from each …
In the current climate, where we are either unable to travel to collaborate or because we just want to reduce our impact on the environment, the ability to effectively collaborate remotely is critical.
Last week we held a webinar explaining the basics behind creating edge clouds, including a live demo, but we didn’t have enough time for all of the questions. So as is our tradition, here are the Q&As, including those we didn’t get to on the call.
Mirantis has partnered with Intel to secure the last mile in Docker Enterprise Platform to hardware primitives in Trusted Platform Module (TPM), leveraging Intel Platform Trust Technology (Intel PTT).
Here at Mirantis, we’re excited to announce our continued support for Docker Swarm, while also investing in new features requested by customers.