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Kubernetes Networking Model

Understanding the Kubernetes Networking Model

Container orchestration is a commonly heard term in today’s IT landscape. Organizations are making the move from traditional ways of using virtual machines to opting containers for deployment. Docker has changed the way how data centers operate and have set the standard for Microservices to take control of the industry. While Docker being one of …

Kubernetes for the entire Enterprise

Kubernetes for the entire Enterprise

Kubernetes (K8s) originated as an open source platform to automate the deployment, management and scaling of the containerized applications across multiple clusters of hosts. However, over the last few years, Kubernetes has developed from being used just for container orchestration. Enterprises have started using Kubernetes more as a platform for implementing enterprise applications in a …

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Revolutionizing Distributed Systems with Kubernetes

When industry leaders like Cloud Foundry Diego, Amazon ECS, HashiCorp’s Nomad, and Docker Swarm were taking over the container-orchestrator market, Kubernetes was planning its grand entry. In two years, the landscape evolved, and we saw the end of many projects. Most providers either shut down their working or partially supported and integrated to Kubernetes. Many …

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Istio Service Mesh: The Step by Step Guide

What is Istio Service Mesh? Istio service mesh provides several capabilities for traffic monitoring, access control, discovery, security, resiliency, and other useful things to a bundle of services. It delivers all that and strikingly does not require any changes to the code of any of those services. To make this possible, Istio deploys an Istio …

Scaling Up With Micro Services And Containers

Scaling Up With Micro Services And Containers

You want to scale up your organization, deploy software quickly, and ensure speedy deliveries but aren’t sure what to do with microservices and containers. If you’re tired of writing code from scratch and want to break down custom software development into independent granular components that are scalable in nature, then microservices and containers are for …