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A Guide to the Kubernetes Ingress Controllers

Kubernetes is a cloud-native open-source system for automating the deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. It is often employed to automate applications used for running businesses or as a system to manage application products.

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Get the Best of Both Worlds With the KKP 2.19 CNI Strategy

Kubernetes is all about sharing machines between applications. Typically, sharing machines requires ensuring that two applications don’t try to use the same ports. Managing port allocation across multiple developers is difficult at scale, and exposes users to cluster-level issues they can’t control.

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Azure Resource Optimization

Ever since it became more than an atmospheric mass of condensed water vapor, cloud has provided apps the ability to automatically scale with it and significantly impact its use. Cloud enables teams to operate applications without having to constantly and manually modify the underlying resources to fit the actual demand.

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Scaling ML With Kubermatic Kubernetes Platform

As enterprises mature in their appreciation and use of AI, machine learning, and deep learning, a critical question arises: How can they scale and industrialize ML development? Many conversations around machine learning focus on the actual model, however, this is only one step along the way to a …

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Multi-cloud: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

“The days of single cloud deployments are gone”, according to David Linthicum, Chief Cloud Strategy Officer at Deloitte and I couldn’t agree more: Flexera’s 2021 State of the Cloud Report states that 93% of businesses are already moving to a multi-cloud architecture.

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Kubernetes Namespaces

Various Kubernetes objects like Pods, Deployments, Services etc. were created on a Cluster without structuring in previous parts of this series. If you continue this process, these objects will grow exponentially and become challenging to maintain at some point.