Tag: Containers



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Introduction to Kubernetes Security: Container Security


Focusing on Kubernetes security, we have to go through container security and their runtimes. All in all, clusters without containers running does not make much sense. Hardening workloads often is much harder than hardening the cluster itself. Let’s start with container configuration. Basic rules for containers There are two ways how you can get a […]




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Whose Cluster Is It Anyway?


While researching how enterprises adopt Kubernetes, we can outline a common scenario; implementing a Kubernetes cluster in a company often starts as a proof of concept.




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Common Kubernetes Failures at Scale


Currently, Vanilla Kubernetes supports 5000 nodes in a single cluster. It does not mean that we can just deploy 5000 workers without consequences – some problems and edge scenarios happen only in the larger clusters. In this article, we analyze the common Kubernetes failures at scale, the issues we can encounter if we reach a […]




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Kubernetes Cluster Management: Size and Resources


Kubernetes cluster management can be demanding. This article helps you manage your cluster resources properly, especially in an autoscaling environment.




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Developing Software for Connected Cars – Common Challenges and How to Tackle Them


Automotive is transforming into a hyper-connected, software-driven industry that goes far beyond the driving experience. How to build applications in such an innovative environment? What are the main challenges of providing software for connected cars and how to deal with them? Let’s dive into the process of utilizing the capabilities of the cloud to move […]




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The State of Kubernetes – What Upcoming Months Will Bring For the Container Orchestration


Kubernetes has become a must-have container orchestration platform for every company that aims to gain a competitive advantage by delivering high-quality software at a rapid pace. What’s the state of Kubernetes at the beginning of 2020? Is there room for improvement? Here is a list of trends that should shape the first months of the […]




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How to Successfully Adopt Kubernetes in an Enterprise?


Kubernetes has practically become the standard for container orchestration. Enterprises see it as one of the crucial elements contributing to the success of the implementation of a cloud-first strategy. Of course, Kubernetes is not the most important success factor in going cloud-native. But the right tooling is the enabler for achieving DevOps maturity in an […]




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ASP.NET Core CI/CD on Azure Pipelines with Kubernetes and Helm


Due to the high entry threshold, it is not that easy to start a journey with Cloud Native. Developing apps focused on reliability and performance, and meeting high SLAs can be challenging. Fortunately, there are tools like Istio which simplify our lives. In this article, we guide you through the steps needed to create CI/CD […]




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Top Five Tips for DevOps in the Cloud


At Grape Up, we define DevOps as an engineering culture which unifies software development and operations, from first designs through development to production. If followed correctly, DevOps bridges the gap between these two IT groups. DevOps engineers often work at the crossroads of coding, process re-engineering and communicating with others.Cloud, without a doubt, is inseparable […]




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Kubernetes As a Solution to Container Orchestration


Containerization Kubernetes has become a synonym for containerization. Containerization, also known as operating-system-level virtualization provides the ability to run multiple isolated containers on the same Kernel. That is, on the same operating system that controls everything inside the system. It brings a lot of flexibility in terms of managing application deployment. Deploying a few containers […]