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Posts Tagged ‘Kubernetes’

Cloud Foundry Advisory Board Meeting, Aug 2018: Istio and Eirini

August 16, 2018 | 0 Comments | Roger Strukhoff
The mutual integration of Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes continues to drive top-of-mind issues within the community.

Kubernetes Networking: How to Write Your Own CNI Plug-in with Bash

August 15, 2018 | 10 Comments | Siarhei Matsiukevich
Learn how to create a container network interface plug-in, configure and test it, as well as enable external access and communication between containers.

Enabling Persistent Storage for Docker and Kubernetes on Oracle Cloud

August 9, 2018 | 0 Comments | Roger Strukhoff...
Learn how Docker's volumes and swarms, Kubernetes PersistentVolumes, and Oracle's Volume Provisioner help to enable persistent storage.

Managing Multi-Cluster Workloads with Google Kubernetes Engine

Learn about the ways to achieve low latency across clusters distributed globally, enable high availability for stateful workloads, or treat compute-intensive tasks.

A Multitude of Kubernetes Deployment Tools: Kubespray, kops, and kubeadm

June 28, 2018 | 0 Comments | Sophie Turol...
This article explores what each of the tools offers, how they differ, and which scenarios they fit—providing some recommendations on using Kubespray.

Deploying Services to Cloud Foundry Using Kubernetes: Less BOSH, More Freedom

June 6, 2018 | 1 Comment | Alexey Zakharov...
Using Kubernetes to host services, developers can deploy services on Cloud Foundry without the need for BOSH releases.

Using Logsearch for Hybrid Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes Deployments

May 29, 2018 | 0 Comments | Carlo Gutierrez
This blog post investigates how to employ the Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana (ELK) stack for managing container logs in Kubernetes.

Cloud Foundry Advisory Board Meeting, May 2018: Kubernetes CPI and App-AutoScaler

May 17, 2018 | 0 Comments | Roger Strukhoff
The call introduced a solution to deploy Cloud Foundry workloads to Kubernetes and a system to adjust computation resources for CF apps.

Configuring UAA to Provide a Single Entry Point for Kubernetes and Cloud Foundry

A part of the UAA service, OpenID Connect can be used to enable authentication and authorization for Kubernetes and minimize password security risks.

Cloud Foundry Advisory Board Meeting, Apr 2018: Kubernetes Casts Its Shadow

April 19, 2018 | 0 Comments | Roger Strukhoff
A conversation about how Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes should co-exist—side by side or as vertically integrated layers—dominated the call at the summit in Boston.
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