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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.
SUSE’s $600 million (USD) acquisition of Rancher Labs means that the Kubernetes market is heading towards a major decision-point between freedom of choice and solutions tied to an enterprise Linux distribution and its agenda.
New in Docker Enterprise 3.1: Making Kubernetes on Windows, GPU Orchestration and Istio Ingress Easier
To celebrate the release of the latest version of Docker Enterprise, Principal Solutions Engineer David Kramer talked to John Jainschigg about some of the new features. We wanted to bring you the answers to your questions, including those we didn’t have time to cover live.
New Docker Enterprise Phone a Friend: Call Solution Architects for Help Operationalizing Your Solution
After an organization adopts the Docker Enterprise platform from Mirantis, they usually have questions and need help to operationalize the solution they purchased. But just as the car insurance that covers damage from an accident doesn't do you any good if you need new tires, the Mirantis Support team does a great job in working with customers to address critical …
Building images from scratch, using compiled binaries that don’t need complex, multi-layered OS and language environment support, will keep containers small.
Over the next few months, Mirantis Training will be launching a new Cloud Native Computing (CN) track. These courses utilize a new, pattern-driven methodology, and cover containerization with Kubernetes, Docker Enterprise, and adjacent technologies. This track represents the best of the Kube and Docker courses developed and delivered for years by the Mirantis and Docker training teams, combined into one …
When deploying automatically to Windows Server 2019, you have the option to use SSH, which can be more convenient than Linux-native operators.
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.