Tag: Mirantis Kubernetes Engine

Mirantis Kubernetes Engine 3.5 Release

We are pleased to announce the availability of Mirantis Kubernetes Engine 3.5, with key enhancements including: Standard OIDC support for single sign-on More efficient installation footprint Improved ease of use Simplified lifecycle management for Swarm users Support for massive clusters with high traffic throughput requirements Enhanced support options through Mirantis OpsCare In this post, we’ll break down some of the most important new features and capabilities. OIDC …

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 …

The Time to Regain Control Over Multicloud Computing is Now

The great paradox of IT today is that while the individual cost of running a workload has decreased over the years thanks to the rise of cloud computing, the actual total cost of IT has increased. The main reason for this is that each IT platform employed is managed in isolation from all the other IT platforms that an organization …

Docker Swarm Webinar Q&A: Long Live Docker Swarm!

In our recent webinar Long Live Docker Swarm! Sr. Solutions Engineer Jason Epstein and Sr. Solutions Architect Avinash Desireddy discussed the current state of Docker Swarm and how its use has changed with the emergence of Kuberenetes. This proved to be an extremely popular webinar, with tons of interest about where Docker Swarm stands today — and many questions about …

Using OpenID Connect with Mirantis Kubernetes Engine 3.5.0

Many organizations use external identity providers like Google or Microsoft to manage authentication across their applications — and many may wish to bring this functionality to their cluster management, too. In the upcoming Mirantis Kubernetes Engine 3.5.0, we’ll introduced support for external OpenID Connect (OIDC) providers to help you do just that. OIDC enables you to authenticate Mirantis Kubernetes Engine (MKE) …

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, …

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 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 …

Feedback in Mirantis Kubernetes Engine 3.4.0

Mirantis Kubernetes Engine 3.4.0 lets users send us feedback. Please leverage this to let us know what works, what doesn't, and how to support you better Collecting general feedback directly within Mirantis Kubernetes Engine is one more way we're empowering customers to help us understand how they use our products. The information is sent to the Mirantis product team to track user satisfaction …

Mirantis Kubernetes Engine 3.4.0 Two-Factor Authentication

Compatible with a host of password services and authenticators, two-factor authentication now enhances Mirantis Kubernetes Engine access security Two-factor authentication (2FA) adds an extra layer of security when logging into Mirantis Kubernetes Engine (MKE). With 2FA, you still have to log in with your username and password, but you must also provide another factor of authentication that only you know or …

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