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.
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.
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.
Now it's time to move on and look at overriding Kubernetes object parameters using Kustomize overlays.
Bruce continues his discussion of service meshes with an overview of how they work and an introduction to Istio.
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).
An introduction to YAML and how to use it to create Kubernetes Pods and Deployments.
Creating cloud-native applications requires a different way of working, and combining Spinnaker and Istio help create a service mesh that enables manageable microservices environment.
Kubernetes 1.12 is scheduled for release in the next week or so, so we wanted to take a minute to look at some of the new features and changes you can expect.
In this article we'll look at how to configure Spinnaker for a Prometheus-based canary deployment using Kayenta.
Earlier this year we gave you an easy way to deploy Spinnaker to Kubernetes. Now we're giving you two ways that are even easier.