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Kubernetes

Kubernetes, Cloud, & Security

Kubernetes is a cloud-native technology and can be comfortably combined with other cloud services. Besides the classic self-managed variant, managed Kubernetes services like AWS EKS, Google GKE, or Azure AKS also shine due to their simple deployment and management and are enjoying increasing acceptance. However, this symbiosis also comes with some security risks that are often severely underestimated due to the isolated view of Kubernetes and the embedded cloud context.
Mar 
31, 
2021

Cloud-native applications and data with Kubernetes and Apache Cassandra — Part 3

Part 3: Data on Kubernetes Served with Love
What can we accomplish as a community when we work together? If the Apache Cassandra community is any proof, quite a bit. We’ve built a pretty amazing database over the past 10+ years. We’ve also helped each other when learning how to run large scale distributed systems and we’ve been busy lately! I want to tell you about something to make your cloud-native data easy. A complete solution for Cassandra and Kubernetes that we are calling K8ssandra [1]. A collection of everything needed to run Cassandra wrapped up neatly in a Helm [2] chart.
Jan 
18, 
2021

XDR: The Next Generation of Endpoint Security

The history of endpoint security has gone through many stages. Yet, in 2021, our tools and processes are no longer necessarily appropriate to the threats. A new generation is needed to address current threats. One possible solution is XDR - Extended Detection and Response.
Feb 
25, 
2020

Continuous Deployment to Kubernetes with GitLab CI

After the first steps with containers have been taken, you might want to bring your application clean, stable and continuous into a production environment. In his session at the DevOpsCon 2019, Alexander Trost shows how GitLab CI can be used to continuously deploy applications on Kubernetes.
Jan 
26, 
2018

Kubernetes basics: How to build up-to-date (container) applications

A system such as Kubernetes can be viewed from different angles. Some think of it in terms of infrastructure, as the successor to OpenStack, although the infrastructure is cloud-agnostic. For others, it is a platform which makes it easier to orchestrate microservice architectures — or cloud-native architectures, as they are called nowadays — to deploy applications more easily, plus making them more resilient and scalable.

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Behind the Tracks

 

Kubernetes Ecosystem

Docker, Kubernetes & Co

Microservices & Software Architecture

Maximize development productivity

Continuous Delivery & Automation

Build, test and deploy agile

Cloud Platforms & Serverless

Cloud-based & native apps

Monitoring, Traceability & Diagnostics

Handle the complexity of microservices applications

Security

DevSecOps for safer applications

Business & Company Culture

Radically optimize IT

Organizational Change

Overcome obstacles on the road to DevOps

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