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Kublr Completes Microsoft Validation Program for Azure Arc-enabled Kubernetes and Azure Arc-enabled Kubernetes for Data Services
Kublr (kublr.com), a leading open-source, enterprise-grade Kubernetes management platform, today announced it has received Microsoft Azure Arc-enabled Kubernetes validation, including for Azure Arc-enabled Kubernetes for Data Services.
Kublr Announces Advanced Microsoft Azure Features, Gives Enterprise Customers Software that Delivers on the Promise of Kubernetes
Kublr (kublr.com/) today announced Kublr 1.20, a new version of its comprehensive container orchestration platform that gives customers the ability to run reliably at scale through its operations and governance capabilities.
The Cloud Native Landscape: Platforms Explained
Platforms bundle different tools from different layers together, solving a larger problem. You could certainly build your own platform, and in fact, many organizations do. However, configuring and fine-tuning the different modules reliably and securely while ensuring that all technologies are always updated and vulnerabilities patched is no easy task—you'll need a dedicated team to build and maintain it. If you don't have the required bandwidth and/or know-how, your team is likely better off with a platform.
More things Kubernetes: What else you missed at KubeCon last week
Kubernetes that abstracts hybrid and multicluster deployments. In Kubernetes-speak, a node is a virtual machine instance that runs one or more Kubernetes pods in a cluster, or perhaps the entire cluster. Ideally, developers deploying applications to Kubernetes don’t have to worry about the underlying nodes. After all, Kubernetes handles the auto scaling of containers, pods and clusters automatically.
Kublr Brings Rolling Updates to Kubernetes
The newly-released Kublr 1.16, a tool that facilitates deploying enterprise-grade Kubernetes clusters, is the first multicloud and multiplatform Kubernetes platform to offer rolling updates for the open source container orchestration engine, the company behind the technology claims.
Beyond Container Orchestration - Kublr's Approach to Kubernetes Infrastructure Abstraction
Let’s face it, organizations want to run applications in multiple environments - period. While most organizations may start using Kubernetes in the cloud, we are seeing a lot moving to multi-environments (hybrid or multi-cloud), and it’s Kubernetes that’s enabling this.
What is a service mesh? Easier container networking
One of the key features a service mesh provides is load balancing . We usually think of load balancing as a network function—you want to prevent any one server or network link from getting overwhelmed with traffic, so you route your packets accordingly.
CircleCI expands partner integrations for Kubernetes with AWS, Azure and more
Intelligent automation and DevOps software delivery tools outfit CircleCI today announced an expansion of partner integrations intended to help developer teams better manage, build, test and release applications for Kubernetes environments.
Kublr Looks For Its Piece Of The Crowded Kubernetes-As-A-Service Puzzle
Kubernetes continues to grow in popularity as more and more people learn about cloud-native technologies and begin using them. Everyone isn’t necessarily as far along their “digital journey” as we think, however, and it’s safe to say a lot of big players are still holding back.
Kublr 2019 Predictions: Kubernetes Becomes a New IaaS+ and Accelerates Adoption of Hybrid and Multi-Cloud Technologies
2018 was a big year for Kubernetes. It was a year when Kubernetes went from a container orchestration framework to the container orchestration solution - a de-facto standard container management platform.
Kublr Kubernetes Distro Update Opens Up Enterprise Container Plans
Kublr updated its enterprise-focused Kubernetes distribution. And the Washington, D.C.-based vendor said the distro is enterprise grade and not tied down to any single cloud, platform-as-a-service (PaaS), operating system, or technology stack.