“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.
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.
Organizations that successfully implement cloud native technologies often perform better than their peers. Cloud native is not new, but it has certainly gained popularity due to the multitude of success stories that are out there today.
We are thrilled to announce that the MELLODDY project has met its year two objective of improving the performance of its federated predictive model to accelerate drug discovery.
If you are seeking to adopt a hybrid-cloud strategy, you might want to evaluate alternatives to OpenStack. Azure Stack is a commercial solution you can use to extend the Azure public cloud to the local data center. It is a common alternative to OpenStack when deploying hybrid clouds.
Let’s talk about virtual machines. Can we all agree that Kubernetes and cloud native technologies rock and the cool kids do not want to run VMs anymore?
Whenever you change something in your cluster, you might want to log that change somewhere so that you can look it up later. Did you know that Kubernetes not only lets you log all changes but also fire events that respond to particular changes? Find out in this article how to do this!
Kubernetes security is a broad topic - in this article we’ll focus on one critical aspect: incident response.
In previous parts of this series, we walked you through StorageClass as one of the Kubernetes objects for data persistence. Let’s now look at another persistent data object referred to as a StatefulSet. We’ll cover the topics below and some hands-on practice to show you the functionalities of this object.