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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.
The Forrester Multi-Cloud Container Development Platforms Wave Report, Reimagined With Docker Enterprise Container Cloud
It's difficult to create a report defining the "state of the industry" for an industry that moves as fast as cloud computing. For example, Forrester recently published its Multi-Cloud Container Development Platforms Wave Report, covering nine leading vendors in the category, and in order to make the report "fair", every company was represented by the state of its offerings as …
We’re excited to announce Lens — the Kubernetes IDE — version 3.6 is now available. This is the first release since Mirantis took over the lead in the project. The biggest new features are related to the way Lens manages Kubernetes cluster access using kubeconfig files and additional smart terminal configuration options. These features will greatly improve the overall user …
No VP, CIO or leader of an IT organization wants to invest in technology to make developer’s lives easier only to have them ignore it. So it’s critical to ensure your approach makes things easy for developers across business units. A lot of solutions offer some type of container orchestration, and depending on the maturity and diversity of an organization, you may have several different solutions which fit your needs.
Lens brings multi-cluster management into the mainstream and simplifies the experience for developers working with Kubernetes and cloud-native applications.
Last month we held a webinar where Mirantis and Tigera discussed some of the considerations that arise with regard to networking when you take your Kubernetes cluster out of the lab and into production.