Tagged: kubernetes

The State of Containers in 2020

Containerization has come a long way and containers have completely revolutionized the way companies build, test, package and deliver software today. Containers are good for packaging any software. Big or small. Microservices are great...

Why GitOps is so exciting?

Initially, we have seen DevOps, DevSecOps and many other ops but nowadays a new terminology “GitOps” is getting famous. Its fame has reached to this level that it was a trending topic at KubeCon....

Containers 101: Kube Explained Part 2

In our previous post, Kube Explained: Part 1, I described how the introduction of the cloud resulted in CI/CD, Microservices, and a massive amount of pressure to standardize backend infrastructure tooling. Read the full story...

Top 9 Security Practices at Kubernetes in 2020

In January 2019, Kubernetes, the world’s most popular container orchestration system, discovered the first major security vulnerability that hit the project’s ecosystem. Vulnerability CVE-2018-1002105 allows attackers to compromise clusters via the Kubernetes API server,...

Eliminate Friction in App Delivery to Kubernetes

The last two decades have seen a sea change in the way software is written and delivered. Waterfall to iterative to agile, native to hybrid to responsive interfaces, monoliths to microservices, installed to pay-as-you-go...

Helm2 vs Helm3: Part 1

So Helm3 finally has been released. Everybody saying goodbye to Tiller but, that’s not the only change in Helm3. Let’s discuss what else has changed. Read the full story Read more