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Users and RBAC authorizations in Kubernetes

Users and RBAC authorizations in Kubernetes

Categories: Containers Orchestration, Data Governance | Tags: Authentication, Authorization, Cyber Security, Kubernetes, RBAC, SSL/TLS

Having your Kubernetes cluster up and running is just the start of your journey and you now need to operate. To secure its access, user identities must be declared along with authentication and…

By Robert Walid SOARES

Aug 7, 2019

TensorFlow installation on Docker

TensorFlow installation on Docker

Categories: Containers Orchestration, Data Science, Learning | Tags: AI, CPU, Deep Learning, Docker, Jupyter, Linux, TensorFlow

TensorFlow is an Open Source software from Google for numerical computation using a graph representation: Vertex (nodes) represent mathematical operations Edges represent N-dimensional data array…

By Pierre SAUVAGE

Aug 5, 2019

Auto-scaling Druid with Kubernetes

Auto-scaling Druid with Kubernetes

Categories: Big Data, Business Intelligence, Containers Orchestration | Tags: EC2, Druid, Cloud, CNCF, Container Orchestration, Data Analytics, Helm, Kubernetes, Metrics, OLAP, Operation, Prometheus, Python

Apache Druid is an open-source analytics data store which could leverage the auto-scaling abilities of Kubernetes due to its distributed nature and its reliance on memory. I was inspired by the talk…

By Leo SCHOUKROUN

Jul 16, 2019

Installing Kubernetes on CentOS 7

Installing Kubernetes on CentOS 7

Categories: Containers Orchestration | Tags: CentOS, cgroups, CNCF, DevOps, Docker, Infrastructure, Kubernetes, Namespaces, Red Hat, VM, Ceph

This article explains how to install a Kubernetes cluster. I will dive into what each step does so you can build a thorough understanding of what is going on. This article is based on my talk from the…

By Arthur BUSSER

Jan 29, 2019

LXD: The Missing Piece

LXD: The Missing Piece

Categories: Containers Orchestration | Tags: CPU, Docker, Kubernetes, Linux, LXD, VM

LXD stands for Linux Container Daemon. Yet another container technology. But LXD is very different. It stands apart from the pack. It is not necessarily better nor much faster nor more secure! But it…

By Tariq SAHNOUNI

Dec 28, 2018

Microsoft introduces Cloud Native Application Bundles

Microsoft introduces Cloud Native Application Bundles

Categories: Containers Orchestration | Tags: CLI, Docker, Helm, Kubernetes, Packaging

At DockerCon EU 2018 in Barcelona, Matt Butcher, Principal Engineer at Microsoft and inventor of Helm, introduced CNAB, Cloud Native Application Bundles, a packaging format for distributed…

By Arthur BUSSER

Dec 4, 2018

Notes after Katacoda Training on Kubernetes Container Orchestration

Notes after Katacoda Training on Kubernetes Container Orchestration

Categories: Containers Orchestration, Learning | Tags: Helm, Ingress, Kubeadm, Kubernetes, CNI, Micro Services, Minikube, SSL/TLS, YAML

A few weeks ago, I dedicated two days to follow the turorials available on Katacoda, the interactive learning platform for Kubernetes or any other container orchestration platform. I’m sharing my…

By David WORMS

Dec 14, 2017

Mesos Introduction

Mesos Introduction

Categories: Containers Orchestration, Open Source Summit Europe 2017 | Tags: Mesos, Container, Container Orchestration, CUDA, Docker, GPU

Apache Mesos is an open source cluster management project designed to implement and optimize distributed systems. Mesos enables the management and sharing of resources in a fine and dynamic way…

By Louis BIANCHERIN

Nov 15, 2017

Micro Services

Micro Services

Categories: Cloud Computing, Containers Orchestration, Open Source Summit Europe 2017 | Tags: Mesos, CNCF, DNS, Encryption, GRPC, Istio, Kubernetes, Linkerd, Micro Services, MITM, Proxy, Service Mesh, SSL/TLS, SPOF

Back in the days, applications were monolithic and we could use an IP address to access a service. With virtual machines (VM), multiple hosts started to appear on the same machine with multiple apps…

By David WORMS

Nov 14, 2017

Lightweight containerization with Tupperware

Lightweight containerization with Tupperware

Categories: Containers Orchestration, Open Source Summit Europe 2017, Infrastructure | Tags: Zookeeper, Btrfs, Cloud, LXD, Red Hat, Systemd

In this article, I will present lightweight containerization set up by Facebook called Tupperware. What is Tupperware Tupperware is a homemade framework written and used internally at Facebook…

By Lucas BAKALIAN

Nov 3, 2017

Kubernetes Storage Primitives for Stateful Workloads

Kubernetes Storage Primitives for Stateful Workloads

Categories: Cloud Computing, Containers Orchestration, Open Source Summit Europe 2017 | Tags: Docker, Kubernetes, Container Storage Interface (CSI), PVC, Azure, Storage, GCE

This article is based on the presentation “Introduction to Kubernetes Storage Primitives for Stateful Workloads” from the OSS Convention Prague 2017 by the {Code} team. So, let’s start, what is…

By Pierre SAUVAGE

Oct 28, 2017

Nobody* puts Java in a Container

Nobody* puts Java in a Container

Categories: Containers Orchestration, Open Source Summit Europe 2017, Infrastructure | Tags: cgroups, Docker, Java, JRE, JVM, Namespaces

This talk was about the issues of putting Java in a container and how, in its latest version, the JDK is now more aware of the container it is running in. The presentation is led by Joerg Schad…

By Paul-Adrien CORDONNIER

Oct 28, 2017

From Dockerfile to Ansible Containers

From Dockerfile to Ansible Containers

Categories: Containers Orchestration, DevOps & SRE, Open Source Summit Europe 2017 | Tags: Ansible, Docker, Docker Compose, pip, Shell, YAML

This talk was an introduction to the Dockerfile format and to Ansible container’s tool and then a comparison of both. It was hold by Tomas Tomecek from Red Hat’s containerization team. The Dockerfile…

By César BEREZOWSKI

Oct 25, 2017

Kubernetes 1.8

Kubernetes 1.8

Categories: Containers Orchestration, Open Source Summit Europe 2017 | Tags: containerd, Kubernetes, CRD, Network, OCI, RBAC, Release and features

The 1.8 release of Kubernetes brings a lot of new things. With 2500+ pull request, 2000+ commits, 400+ commiters, Kubernetes added 39 new features in this version. This is the richest release in terms…

By Younes YASSINE

Oct 24, 2017

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