The Mirantis Blog
Your guide through the wilderness of Open Cloud
There are times when you need to run a virtual machine — but you’re already ON a virtual machine. Fortunately, it’s possible, but you need to enable nested virtualization.
OpenStack is still viewed as difficult to install and administer, but it’s not that tough — especially after you’ve taken OpenStack training and hands-on lab exercises.
While the bleed of apps to infrastructure was inevitable, the move to cloud native architecture makes automation essential. The infrastructure is very much a part of the application.
When a company is small -- say, just a few people, not much revenue -- it's natural to keep track of everything in simple spreadsheets or user-friendly databases such as Microsoft Access. As you grow, you realize that your needs go beyond what Access was designed for, and you start thinking about large commercial databases such as SQL Server, or …
Sometimes, you don’t have a GUI, but you want to access a web server running on a local IP address. Use Apache as a proxy server to access that local IP address via an external IP address to that VM.
A compliance audit is quite literally an audit to see how closely you’re following the rules and regulations to which your company is subject, but it’s also more than that.
Last week we took a look at some of the new features and other changes in Kubernetes 1.14, and we wanted to take a few minutes to answer some questions that came up.
Kustomize lets you create a K8s application. You can combine pieces from different sources without touching the originals, keep your kustomizations in source control, and create overlays.
Recently we gave a webinar that gave an Introduction to YAML: Deployments and other Kubernetes Objects. Here’s a look at some of the Q&As we covered (and some that we didn’t have time for).
We look at enhancing your YAML documents with repeated nodes in the context of Kubernetes Services, Endpoints, and Ingress.
Read the Q&A from a webinar by Mirantis and Cloudify about how you can use available open source tools to create a single management environment for PNFs, VNFs, and mobile edge cloud applications.
KDC lets you easily create a multi-node cluster (or even multiple clusters) on a single machine by deploying Kubernetes nodes as containers. Here’s how to get it running.