We talked to Mariela Gagnon of Cre8Hires and consultant Jens Soldners about one of your greatest advantages: technical certifications.
Kubernetes 1.7 is out, focusing on production features such as security, extensibility, and stateful applications. Do you need it? Well, let's look at what it does for you.
If you're not in the telecom business, you probably haven't given much thought to the upcoming 5G standard, except perhaps to wonder when your phone will have faster data.
Last week we spoke to Ryan Day about using Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) to keep not just your own software, but also externally produced software, up to date.
As the infrastructure market settles down, more attention is being paid to what happens after you have your cloud up and running.
While demand for TV services is being disrupted and subscribers are expecting more personalized experiences, operators need to satisfy customer video demands to stay competitive.
12 factors define a cloud-native application. It's also said that Kubernetes is designed for cloud native computing. So how do you create a 12-factor application using Kubernetes?
There's no denying that the last year has seen a great deal of turmoil in the OpenStack world, and here at Mirantis we're not immune to it. In fact, some would say that we're part of that turmoil.
We did tests deploying close to 1000 OpenStack nodes on a pre-installed Kubernetes cluster as a way of finding out what problems you might run into, and fixing them, if at all possible.