Tag: kubernetes

Your App Deserves More than Kubernetes Ingress: Kubernetes Ingress vs. Istio Gateway [webinar]

Any application running at production scale should have an “Ingress” to expose itself to the outside world. While Kubernetes provides the “Ingress” resource for this purpose, its feature set is limited depending on the kind of Ingress Controller (usually nginx) being used. Alternatively, you can leverage Istio and take advantage of its more feature-rich Ingress Gateway resource, even if your application …

Why the World Still Needs Private Clouds [webinar] – w/ 451 Research & Reliance Jio

Earlier this year, Mirantis VP of Marketing John Allwright had the privilege of sitting down with Mayank Kapoor, VP of Engineering at Reliance Jio and Jay Lyman, Principal Analyst at 451 Research, for a lively discussion about public, private and hybrid/multi-clouds, and the role of each for companies in different industries and stages of maturity. Watch our webinar recording and …

Kubernetes multi-container pods and container communication

Containers are often intended to solve a single, narrowly defined problem, such as a microservice, but in the real world, problems require multiple containers for a complete solution.

What’s new in Mirantis Container Cloud 2.10

New versions of Mirantis Container Runtime & Mirantis Kubernetes Engine. Improved security, storage & cloud infrastructure management.

Introduction to YAML: Creating a Kubernetes deployment

An introduction to YAML and how to use it to create Kubernetes Pods and Deployments.

Kubernetes Cheat Sheet

Often you know what you want to do, you just can't remember the vocabulary or syntax for how to do it. This Kubernetes cheat sheet is designed to help solve that problem. Kubernetes provides a way to orchestrate containers to provide a robust, cloud native environment. The architecture looks something like this: Kubernetes Terms  Terms with which you should be familiar: Cluster - …

Lens 5 for Kubernetes adds new features to securely access shared clusters from anywhere

Lens 5 includes Lens Spaces, a centralized cloud-based service that lets teams collaborate on cloud-native development.

Lens Integration with Mirantis Container Cloud 2.9

With this week's release of Mirantis Container Cloud 2.9, I'd like to take a moment to highlight some new, exciting, time-saving features. Container Cloud now integrates seamlessly with Lens, allowing you to open your clusters in Lens with a single click!   Container Cloud Lens extension You may already be aware of our open source Container Cloud Lens extension. We built this …

How to Build a Kubernetes Development Environment

Learn to configure desktop virtual machines for evaluating “big software” and learning Kubernetes development

The Future of OpenStack Webinar Q&A: Mirantis OpenStack for Kubernetes

A few weeks ago, Mirantis Field CTO Shaun O’Meara and Systems Architect Oleskii Kolodiazhnyi presented a webinar about the future of OpenStack, featuring an overview and demo of Mirantis’ latest OpenStack solution: Mirantis OpenStack for Kubernetes (MOS).  During the course of the webinar, we received a lot of great questions from the audience. In this post, we’ve included those questions, providing …

Lens 5.0 Beta

Lens 5.0 beta delivers new tools for organizing resources and accelerating work, including Lens Spaces: a secure, cloud-based enhancement for simplifying access control to Kubernetes clusters, anywhere We're steadily progressing toward the next major release of Lens. Today, Mirantis and Team Lens are introducing Lens 5 beta — adding significant new functionality to Lens, including a new way of sharing access …

K0S – Zero-Friction Kubernetes, now in General Release

The lightweight, single-binary, open source Kubernetes for IoT and datacenter has earned its first major version designation. Recent features include kube-router as default CNI, arm32 support, backups, and a simple but powerful new lifecycle manager! "K0S was engineered to be modern and simple to run anywhere," says Miska Kaipiainen, project founder. "What people call 'lightweight' — which is, I guess, generally …

Mirantis Container Cloud 2.7 Release

VMware support, proxy, artifacts caching, and UI improvements headline this release Mirantis Container Cloud 2.7 is now generally available, sporting a new provider enabling deployment and lifecycle management of Container Cloud Management, Regional and (Mirantis Kubernetes Engine) child clusters. Container Cloud can now perform all its functions on VMware clouds, including non-disruptive self- and child-cluster updates and upgrades, plus cache …

Mirantis OpenStack for K8s 21.2

This new release delivers high availability for virtual machines, plus storage, security, and networking features enabling increased performance for I/O-intensive workloads   Introduced just six months ago, Mirantis OpenStack for Kubernetes represents the culmination of years of engineering experience building, deploying and operating open source cloud solutions. The result, in short, is the most consumable, operationally docile, and performant OpenStack distribution available. Cloud …

Mirantis Cloud Native Platform April Update

VMware support for Mirantis Container Cloud, 2FA for Kubernetes Engine, Helm chart support for Secure Registry, and more Mirantis no longer does "waterfall" releases. Instead, all the interoperating parts of Mirantis Cloud Native platform (and the open source projects we sponsor, as well) release continuously — as frequently as every few weeks. That's good, in that it gets features and updates …

Service Mesh for Mere Mortals
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