Containers

How to Ensure End-to-End Kubernetes Security


In just a few short years, Kubernetes has evolved into a mainstream technology. The open-source container orchestration project has over 1,500 contributors and is ninth in number of commits on GitHub. Most enterprises have moved beyond experimentation, and are now planning to operationalize the deployment of workloads and consumer applications to their Kubernetes clusters. But […]

Podcast: Getting to Hybrid Cloud Nirvana


We discuss the importance of good hygiene from the beginning of every technology transformation. Typically, when we see that our clients are doing something incorrectly in their data center, they will likely be making the same mistakes in the cloud as well. To right these environments, it doesn’t necessarily take fixing bugs, but rather educating […]

Podcast: Moving Towards a 201 Container Education


We discuss the rise of containers in the enterprise and the education, resources and enablement required to support the technology. We also look at the common challenges in container adoption, including the progression of learning, shadow IT, security requirements and scale. In order to adequately scale, an organization must understand first and foremost how container […]

Modernizing Applications: Moving From Virtual Machines to Containers


Shifting from virtual machines to Docker containers allows developers to deliver changes in a fraction of the time. And once an app is in a container, it’s portable. So the team can move it freely from AWS to Azure to Google Cloud, back to on-premise, optimizing the benefits of a hybrid environment. Problem is, development […]

Turtles All The Way Down: What the Community is Building on the Backs of Containers


“My opponent’s reasoning reminds me of the heathen, who, being asked on what the world stood, replied, ’On a tortoise.’ ‘But on what does the tortoise stand?’ ’On another tortoise.’ With Mr. Barker, too, there are tortoises all the way down.” (Vehement and vociferous applause.) – Second Evening: Remarks of Rev. Dr. Berg You may […]

Istio – A Service Mesh to Modernize Kubernetes Networking and Security


In 2017 and 2018 enterprises like Lyft, Box, eBay, and others, have been riding on Kubernetes(k8s) as their innovation engine to house not only microservices apps but also AI and backend workloads.  During this time, k8s has evolved from cool new toy for startups and PoCs to production-grade container orchestration system for enterprise environments. Many […]