Tag: mirantis container runtime

Mirantis Container Cloud 2.15 Elevates the Software as a Service Experience

Today we released Mirantis Container Cloud 2.15. This latest release improves your cloud native experience in several ways, including providing a better onboarding experience, more control over maintenance for operators, and better integration with other related products. In this Blog we’ll provide you with an overview of the key enhancements introduced in this latest release. Context aware gudied tour In this latest …

Mirantis Container Cloud 2.15 Elevates the Software as a Service Experience
Cloud Native 5 Minutes at a Time: What is a Container?

One of the biggest challenges for implementing cloud native technologies is learning the fundamentals — especially when you need to fit your learning in a busy schedule. In this series, we’ll break down core cloud native concepts, challenges, and best practices into short, manageable exercises and explainers, so you can learn five minutes at a time. These lessons assume a basic …

Cloud Native 5 Minutes at a Time: What is a Container?
What is FIPS 140-2?

Cryptography is the beating heart of cybersecurity, lying behind everything from SSH to the Secrets in a Kubernetes cluster. The history of the Internet is littered with weak encryption algorithms - many of which remain in widespread use long after the discovery of critical vulnerabilities. Security moves quickly, and organizations often struggle to keep up. In order to protect its data, …

What is FIPS 140-2?
Getting Started with Mirantis Container Runtime on Windows Server

If you’re a Windows Server container developer who uses Docker Swarm, relies on security features like FIPS 140-2 support, or simply runs in production, you may find yourself needing to migrate to Mirantis Container Runtime.  Not to worry—we’ve got you covered. Mirantis provides support for enterprise users of Mirantis Container Runtime, and special offers are available through 12/31/2021 for Microsoft customers using …

Getting Started with Mirantis Container Runtime on Windows Server
Windows Server container users: Mirantis is here to support you

In coordination with Microsoft, today we are announcing that in September 2022, access and support for the Mirantis Container Runtime (formerly Docker Engine - Enterprise) will transition fully to Mirantis. If you’re currently using Windows Server containers, rest assured that they will continue to function the same as before. The main difference is that support, feature, and stability enhancements along …

Windows Server container users: Mirantis is here to support you
The Future of Dockershim is cri-dockerd

Don't panic: Docker-shim's anticipated deprecation won't cause disruption for folks using Docker Engine or Mirantis Container Runtime with Kubernetes Kubernetes 1.23 will be upon us before the end of the year, and with it, dockershim will no longer be part of upstream Kubernetes. As detailed in our last post on this topic, this will be irrelevant for many users, who are …

The Future of Dockershim is cri-dockerd