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Rolling Updates and Rollbacks in Kubernetes

In this article, we will update the deployment with the default Rolling update strategy and rollback the deployment. To rollback the deployment, we will use the incorrect image in one of the updates to the deployment.
Tags: Linux, Kubernetes, Rolling Updates


LA-based Replicated adds former GitLab head of product as its chief product officer

Replicated , the Los Angeles-based company pitching monitoring and management services for Kubernetes-based applications, has managed to bring on the former head of product of the $2.75 billion-valued programming giant, GitLab, as its new chief product officer.  Mark Pundsack is joining the company as it moves to scale its business. At GitLab Pundsack saw the company grow from 70 employees to 1,300 as it scaled its business through its on-premise offerings. Replicated is hoping to bring...
Tags: TC, La, Los Angeles, Tech, Software, Computing, Free Software, Devops, Executive, Replicated, Kubernetes, Git, Gitlab, Miller, Mark, Continuous Integration


Kubernetes: Overcoming Complexity

Kubernetes was created in 2014 to allow administrators to run distributed systems easily. Thanks to its 100% open source nature, it can run both on-premises and in the cloud, including public, hybrid, and multi-cloud environments. Kubernetes has seen rapid adoption since its introduction. As it is built specially to deal with containers at scale, it is both fast and lightweight, can be used on top of any VM or bare metal server, and provides robust container-centric features. Kubernetes can run ...
Tags: Blog, Seo, Kubernetes, Data Storage for Kubernetes, Kubernetes Management, Kubernetes Application


Labels and Selectors in Kubernetes

Labels can be used to organize and to select Kubernetes objects. In this article, we will create a Pod with Labels to it and redirect the requests to it from the service using Selector. We will also perform get, delete operations on Pod and Service using Label/Selectors on the command line.
Tags: Linux, Kubernetes


Commons cause: IBM, Oracle, CNCF protest over Google's handling of Istio governance

Deep upset at what is perceived as broken commitments Google's creation of an Open Usage Commons organisation to manage trademarks including that of Istio - a key open source project for many users of Kubernetes - has drawn harsh criticism from other tech giants unhappy with the new approach.…
Tags: Google, Software, Ibm, Kubernetes, Istio


SUSE to acquire Rancher Labs

SUSE takes a big step forward in Kubernetes by acquiring container-management power Rancher Labs.
Tags: Linux, Kubernetes


SUSE acquires Kubernetes management platform Rancher Labs

SUSE, which describes itself as ‘the world’s largest independent open source company,’ today announced that it has acquired Rancher Labs, a company that has long focused on making it easier for enterprises to make their container clusters. The two companies did not disclose the price of the acquisition, but Rancher was well funded, with a total of $95 million in investments. It’s also worth mentioning that it’s only been a few months since the company announced its $40 million Series D round led...
Tags: Startups, Enterprise, Cloud Computing, Ceo, Artificial Intelligence, Software, Computing, Linux, Free Software, Leader, Nexus Venture Partners, Kubernetes, Suse, Cloud Infrastructure, Mayfield, Rancher Labs


Create Taints and Tolerations in Kubernetes

Taints and tolerations work together to make sure that pods are not scheduled onto inappropriate nodes. One or more taints can be applied to a node, this means that the node should not accept any pods that do not tolerate the taints. The pods that have toleration can only be deployed on those nodes with the taints.
Tags: Linux, Kubernetes


VCs says that these 24 companies are the top cloud infrastructure startups in a market dominated by Amazon, Microsoft, and Google (MSFT, AMZN, GOOG)

Business Insider asked venture capitalists — including from firms like Andreessen Horowitz and Kleiner Perkins— to name the top cloud infrastructure startups they expect to boom this year.  The VCs recommended 24 startups, from well-known companies like $12.4 billion Snowflake to lesser known up-and-comers. Find their choices below, as well as what each company does, and how much funding it's raised.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The shift to remote work has created a s...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Microsoft, Okta, Trends, Deloitte, Andreessen Horowitz, Api, Snowflake, HashiCorp, Devops, Amazon Web Services, EMC, Kleiner Perkins


How to create Namespaces in Kubernetes

A namespace is helpful when multiple teams are using the same cluster. This is used when there is a potential of name collision. In this article, we will create a namespace and create a pod in the newly created namespace. We will also see how a namespace can be set as a default namespace.
Tags: Linux, Kubernetes


How to create a Replicaset in Kubernetes

A replica set makes sure the specified replicas of pods are always running. It can be considered as a replacement for the replication controller. In this article, we will see how to create a replica set and how it identifies pods with labels.
Tags: Linux, Kubernetes


How to create a Service in Kubernetes

A service in Kubernetes is an abstraction layer over Pods. It defines a logical set of Pods. It provides a single IP address and DNS name by which pods can be accessed.
Tags: Linux, Kubernetes


How to create a Deployment in Kubernetes

A Kubernetes deployment is a resource object in Kubernetes that provides declarative updates to applications. In this article, we will learn to create a deployment in Kubernetes and perform operations on it.
Tags: Linux, Kubernetes


Codefresh just raised $27 million to help developers release code faster for apps that run on the Google-born cloud computing project Kubernetes

On Monday, the startup Codefresh announced a $27 million funding round led by Red Dot Capital Partners, with participation from Shasta Ventures and other existing investors. Codefresh builds a continuous integration and continuous delivery platform, meaning it helps developers release code faster and more often. Codefresh is specially built for cloud software like Kubernetes, a popular open source cloud computing project created at Google. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. E...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Israel, Trends, Hp, Mercury, Kubernetes, Shasta Ventures, Bessemer, Openshift, Roth, Jenkins, Mountain View California, WebEx, Eric Yuan


Suse launches version 2.0 of its Cloud Foundry-based Cloud Application Platform

Suse, the well-known German open-source company that went through more corporate owners than anybody can remember until it finally became independent again in 2019, has long been a champion of Cloud Foundry, the open-source platform-as-a-service project. And while you may think of Suse as a Linux distribution, today’s company also offers a number of other services, including a container platform, DevOps tools and the Suse Cloud Application Platform, based on Cloud Foundry. Today, right in time f...
Tags: Cloud, Enterprise, Developer, Tech, Cloud Foundry, Kubernetes, Suse, Thomas Di Giacomo, Kubernetes Suse Cloud Application Platform, Cloud Foundry Community, Di Giacomo


Microsoft snubs Service Fabric as it plots to switch Teams infrastructure to Kubernetes

Plus, a new Detonation Service and other explosive revelations about easing capacity constraints in lockdown Microsoft's CTO for Azure has opened up on both the company's response to scaling issues with Teams during the COVID-19 pandemic and future plans to switch to "container-based deployments using Azure Kubernetes Service".…
Tags: Microsoft, Software, Cto, Kubernetes, Detonation Service


Loodse becomes Kubermatic and open sources Kubernetes automation platform

Loodse, a German Kubernetes automation platform, announced today that it was rebranding as Kubermatic. While it was at it, the company also announced that it was open sourcing its Kubermatic Kubernetes Platform as open source under the Apache 2.0 License. Co-founder Sebastian Scheele says that his company’s Kubernetes solution can provision clusters and applications on any cloud, as well in a datacenter running, for example OpenStack or VMware. What’s more, it can do it much faster by auto...
Tags: Google, TC, Open Source, Cloud, Enterprise, Microsoft, Developer, Tech, Hamburg, Kubernetes, Scheele, Sebastian Scheele, Loodse, Kubermatic, Kubermatic Kubernetes Platform, License Co


'Boringly reliable': Red Hat architect thinks Kubernetes is 'mostly done' – but there are still plenty of bugs

Too complex? Owned by Google? Myth of portability? Interview Red Hat architect and Kubernetes contributor Clayton Coleman, who leads development of OpenShift, reckons Kubernetes is "mostly done" – it needs tidying up and bugs fixed but not major new features.…
Tags: Google, Software, Kubernetes, Clayton Coleman


'Boringly reliable': Red Hat architect reckons Kubernetes is 'mostly done' – but there are still plenty of bugs

Too complex? Owned by Google? Myth of portability? Interview Red Hat architect and Kubernetes contributor Clayton Coleman, who leads development of OpenShift, reckons Kubernetes is "mostly done" – it needs tidying up and bugs fixed but not major new features.…
Tags: Google, Software, Kubernetes, Clayton Coleman


Why One of Kubernetes' Creators Moved From Google To Microsoft

Long-time Slashdot reader destinyland writes: One of the three Google employees who created Kubernetes — the open source container-orchestration platform now maintained by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation — was software engineer Brendan Burns. But in 2016 Burns became an engineer at Microsoft (where since March he's been a corporate vice president at Microsoft). This week in a new podcast interview [video here], Burns explained why he went from Google to Microsoft, which was "all-in on clo...
Tags: Google, Microsoft, Tech, Kubernetes, Burns, Slashdot, Cloud Native Computing Foundation, Brendan Burns, Seattle Microsoft


OpenStack adds the StarlingX edge computing stack to its top-level projects

The OpenStack Foundation today announced that StarlingX, a container-based system for running edge deployments, is now a top-level project. With this, it joins the main OpenStack private and public cloud infrastructure project, the Airship lifecycle management system, Kata Containers and the Zuul CI/CD platform. What makes StarlingX a bit different from some of these other projects is that it is a full stack for edge deployments — and in that respect, it’s maybe more akin to OpenStack than th...
Tags: TC, Cloud, Enterprise, Developer, Cloud Computing, Tech, Intel, Computing, Linux, Openstack, Free Software, Mirantis, Kubernetes, Cloud Infrastructure, OpenStack Foundation, Ceph


OpenStack adds the StarlinkX edge computing stack to its top-level projects

The OpenStack Foundation today announced that StarlingX, a container-based system for running edge deployments, is now a top-level project. With this, it joins the main OpenStack private and public cloud infrastructure project, the Airship lifecycle management system, Kata Containers and the Zuul CI/CD platform. What makes StarlingX a bit different from some of these other projects is that it is a full stack for edge deployments — and in that respect, it’s maybe more akin to OpenStack than th...
Tags: TC, Cloud, Enterprise, Developer, Cloud Computing, Tech, Intel, Computing, Linux, Openstack, Free Software, Mirantis, Kubernetes, Cloud Infrastructure, OpenStack Foundation, Ceph


Provision Kubernetes NFS clients on a Raspberry Pi homelab

Ephemeral containers are useful, but sometimes data needs to persist between containers or be shared among multiple containers. The solution is mounting external volumes inside the containers, and this is done in Kubernetes with persistent volumes. In large, public cloud deployments, Kubernetes has integrations with the cloud providers' block-storage backends, allowing developers to create claims for volumes to use with their deployments, and Kubernetes works with the cloud provider to creat...
Tags: Linux, Kubernetes, Nfs


A former director of $2.75 billion GitLab is now heading up the influential foundation that's home to Kubernetes, the widely-used cloud computing project started at Google

On Monday, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation announced Priyanka Sharma, formerly of GitLab, as its new general manager. CNCF is best known for housing the popular open source cloud computing project Kubernetes, which was started at Google and then given to CNCF in 2018. As general manager, Sharma's goals include leading efforts to put on a virtual conference and supporting users who rely on CNCF's many open source cloud projects. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Priyank...
Tags: Google, Digital, Trends, Amsterdam, Kubernetes, Gitlab, CNC, Sharma, Cloud Native Computing Foundation, Dan Kohn, Priyanka Sharma, CNCF, LightStep


Priyanka Sharma takes over the leadership of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation, the Linux Foundation-based home of open-source projects like Kubernetes, OpenTracing and Envoy, today announced that Dan Kohn, the long-time executive director of the organization, is stepping down, with Priyanka Sharma, the director of Cloud Native Alliances at GitLab, stepping into the general manager role. Kohn will continue to be part of the Linux Foundation, where he will launch a new initiative “to help public health authorities use open source softwa...
Tags: TC, Cloud, Cloud Computing, Tech, Open Source Software, Computing, Linux, Free Software, Linux Foundation, Kubernetes, Gitlab, Cloud Infrastructure, Priyanka, Sharma, Jaeger, Kohn


Mirantis releases its first major update to Docker Enterprise

In a surprise move, Mirantis acquired Docker’s Enterprise platform business at the end of last year and while Docker itself is refocusing on developers, Mirantis kept the Docker Enterprise name and product. Today, Mirantis is rolling out its first major update to Docker Enterprise with the release of version 3.1. For the most part, these updates are in line with what’s been happening in the container ecosystem in recent months. There’s support for Kubernetes 1.17 and improved support...
Tags: Enterprise, Developer, Tech, Software, Computing, Nvidia, Docker, Openstack, Free Software, Microsoft Windows, Mirantis, Kubernetes, Cloud Infrastructure, Nvidia GPU, Adrian Ionel, Docker Enterprise


Turn your Raspberry Pi homelab into a network filesystem

A shared filesystem is a great way to add versatility and functionality to a homelab. Having a centralized filesystem shared to the clients in the lab makes organizing data, doing backups, and sharing data considerably easier. This is especially useful for web applications load-balanced across multiple servers and for persistent volumes used by Kubernetes, as it allows pods to be spun up with persistent data on any number of nodes.read more
Tags: Linux, Kubernetes


This engineer built a tool to help him automatically respond to IT issues during his day job and then turned it into a startup that just raised $8 million

On Wednesday, the IT incident response platform FireHydrant announced an $8 million Series A funding round. Founder and CEO Robert Ross said he started FireHydrant because he had become frustrated with all of the simple, repetitive tasks that he had to complete when dealing with an IT incident. His tool will complete those tasks automatically. While FireHydrant competes with Atlassian, Splunk, and Pagerduty, Ross says that its coordination features set it apart.  Visit Business Insider's homep...
Tags: Trends, Ross, Menlo Ventures, Kubernetes, Gitlab, Slack GitHub, Robert Ross, Pagerduty Ross


Gremlin brings chaos engineering to Windows platform

Chaos engineering is about helping companies set up worst case scenarios and testing them to see what causes the operating system to fall over, but up until now, it has mostly been for teams running Linux servers. Gremlin, the startup that offers Chaos Engineering as a Service released a new tool to give engineers working on Microsoft Windows systems access to a similar set of experiments. Gremlin co-founder and CEO Kolton Andrus says that the 4-year old company started with LInux support, th...
Tags: TC, Cloud, Enterprise, Microsoft, Developer, San Francisco, Tech, Service, Microsoft Windows, Kubernetes, Crunchbase, Gremlin, Kolton Andrus, Chaos Engineering


How to run a Kubernetes cluster on your laptop

By now, you have heard about Kubernetes, by far the most popular platform for managing containers. Maybe you stumbled across Kubernetes The Hard Way or maybe even some Kubernetes guided courses. Want containers? Learn how to set up and run a Kubernetes container cluster on your laptop with OKD.
Tags: Linux, Kubernetes