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Editor's Note: This blog post was originally published on January 10, 2020 and was updated on February 9, 2021 to include the most relevant and up-to-date information.
While Kubernetes is changing...
Editor's Note: This blog post was originally published on October 14, 2019 and was updated on February 4, 2021 to include the most relevant and up-to-date information.
Scaling has always been a...
Containers and microservices, well on their way to becoming a fundamental part of any organization’s DevOps and IT toolkit, have rapidly emerged as an answer to the question, “What are the next steps...
First, you crawl, then you walk, then you run.
This should be a mantra for every organization looking to adopt new technologies—especially when it comes to cloud-native adoption.
When adopting Kubernetes in your enterprise, the rule of thumb should be to walk before you run.
The rise of modern development practices—microservices, DevOps, containers, et al.—has dramatically changed how applications are designed, developed, and delivered.
Earlier this month, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) released the results of its CNCF Survey for 2019. Some of those results included:
Red Hat OpenShift is an enterprise-ready Kubernetes platform for deploying applications in hybrid cloud environments.
When it comes to managing containerized microservices, there are basically three big dogs currently leading the pack. Each of them has their own benefits, from the ability to streamline workflows to...