Tag: Lens

Deploy Mirantis Secure Registry on any Kubernetes (Minikube, EKS, GKE, K0S, etc.)

Note: this blog post was originally published by Avinash Desireddy on Medium. You can view the original post here. Docker Containers, Kubernetes, CNCF, and many other relevant projects completely changed how we package, ship, and run applications. As you all know, Kubernetes has become a defacto standard for running applications. At the same time, container registries and chart repositories play a …

Deploy Mirantis Secure Registry on any Kubernetes (Minikube, EKS, GKE, K0S, etc.)
A Year in Review: A Look Back at the Most Powerful Mirantis Resources from 2021

2021 has been quite the year - and while there have been plenty of not-so-good times, we at Mirantis would like to take a moment to focus on the good. We are thankful for the opportunity to provide our readers with informative, accurate, and, above all, educational content via our company blog. We try not only to include helpful information …

A Year in Review: A Look Back at the Most Powerful Mirantis Resources from 2021
What is Log4Shell, and How Can You Tell if You’re Affected?

On December 9, 2021, Apache disclosed a critical severity vulnerability in its Log4j 2 logging utility, which records activity within Java applications. The vulnerability impacts all Apache Log4j 2 versions prior to 2.15.0. The Mirantis team has confirmed that most of our products are unaffected by the vulnerability; the few issues we found were of low severity. Customers who wish to assess …

What is Log4Shell, and How Can You Tell if You’re Affected?
Getting Started with a Free Trial of Mirantis Container Cloud

In this guide, we’ll show you how to get started with a free hosted trial of Mirantis Container Cloud in just a few simple steps. By the end, you’ll have a Kubernetes cluster running a sample application, all manageable through the Lens integrated development environment. We’ll also walk you through scaling up with additional nodes and upgrading the cluster without …

Getting Started with a Free Trial of Mirantis Container Cloud
AWS re:Invent Event Recap

Last week, Team Lens, alongside Mirantis, had the opportunity to attend the Lens team's first “real” in-person event, AWS re:Invent. Unlike the previous year, re:Invent 2021 was truly a hybrid event, meaning virtual and in-person attendance. This, of course, is the biggest event we attended since 2019. The estimated total in-person attendance was north of 20,000 masked individuals, and more …

AWS re:Invent Event Recap
Introducing DevOpsCare Powered by Lens

Today at Mirantis we are excited to announce the launch of our newest offering, DevOpsCare powered by Lens. While our previous products and offerings have been mainly focused on operators, we recognize the needs of the "Dev" half of "DevOps", and DevOpsCare powered by Lens is designed specifically to address that challenge. DevOpsCare: The Challenge Modern IT teams are faced with the …

Introducing DevOpsCare Powered by Lens
Where The World Runs Kubernetes

We are proud to announce that Lens 5.3 is now available! The highlight of this release is the new Managed Dev Clusters feature that makes it possible for all Lens users to easily run their own Kubernetes development clusters. Managed Dev Clusters are made available directly from Lens Desktop through Lens Spaces — our cloud based service — supercharging the …

Where The World Runs Kubernetes
How to Create a Production-Grade Cluster & Share Access with Your Team [webinar]

Recently, Systems Engineer Stephane Montri and Edward Ionel from our open source growth team walked webinar viewers through the process of creating a production-grade Kubernetes cluster — and sharing access to the cluster within a team. Today, we’re presenting an excerpt to help you get started doing the same. If you’d like to watch the full webinar, you can check it …

How to Create a Production-Grade Cluster & Share Access with Your Team [webinar]
Kustomize vs Helm – Grudge Match, or Match Made in Heaven?

Kubernetes is complicated, so it’s no wonder that a host of tools have emerged to help operators make use of it. As the container orchestrator has skyrocketed into widespread adoption, two open source tools — the configuration manager Kustomize and the “package manager for Kubernetes” Helm — have emerged as essential ingredients for many organizations’ Kubernetes implementations. Both Helm and Kustomize …

Kustomize vs Helm – Grudge Match, or Match Made in Heaven?
Get Started with Mirantis Container Cloud on Microsoft Azure

This week, we’re excited to announce that Mirantis Container Cloud officially supports Microsoft Azure deployment. For those who wish to experiment with this new feature using a trial license — or deploy to Azure with an existing license — we’ve created this walkthrough to help you get started. In this guide, we will show you how to: Deploy Mirantis Container Cloud to …

Get Started with Mirantis Container Cloud on Microsoft Azure
Kubernetes For Everyone

Kubernetes is quickly becoming the OS for cloud. It delivers common APIs and services for running software distributed on modern cloud based infrastructure. With strong support from all cloud technology mega-players, it has already been adopted by thousands of cloud based software projects. This is great! Right? Kubernetes is great until it isn’t. If you are new to Kubernetes, it’s extremely …

Kubernetes For Everyone
3 Ways to Get Started with Mirantis Container Cloud on Equinix Metal

Pairing Mirantis Flow’s Data Center-as-a-Service with the world-class bare metal at Equinix can make cloud native infrastructure management a breeze. If you’d like a small taste of the simplicity and freedom that Mirantis and Equinix can bring to your data center, here are a few ways to get started: 1) Get insights from the hybrid multi-cloud experts In this session from Equinix’s …

3 Ways to Get Started with Mirantis Container Cloud on Equinix Metal