Kubernetes

Taming Kubernetes with Policies


Security is one of the key areas of focus when adopting Kubernetes across the enterprise, and it has evolved over the past year or so. With many large enterprises evolving from the waterfall model to agile based frameworks like SAFe, IT teams are forced to release infrastructure and applications more rapidly, and “shift left” aspects […]

Kubernetes’ Expanding Role in Data Science


In a few short years, containers have established themselves as indispensable tools for managing portable, stateless applications like Web servers and microservices. But they have taken time to catch on in the world of data science where they have been viewed as too lightweight to package and manage complex, stateful services dealing with big data. […]

Managed Container Services vs. Bring Your Own Container Stack


2018 has been the year of mass adoption of container platforms, and the momentum will very much continue into 2019. With Kubernetes (K8s) being the clear winner of the “container orchestration war,” organizations (both providers and adopters) focused their efforts on productionizing and maturing their Kubernetes deployments. In this regard, 2018 has seen some significant […]

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 […]

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 […]