Categoría: k8s

KubeCon co-located events: Operator Day is back!

RSVP What is Operator Day? Another KubeCon is just around the corner and, due to popular demand, we’re hosting Operator Day again! Designed for KubeCon, but free and open to all. Last year, thousands of you joined us to get hands-on training from Ubuntu’s experts, so this time around we’re making the workshop even more elaborate and interactive! […]

Kubernetes across clouds: Ubuntu at NVIDIA GTC 2021

NVIDIA GTC is back again and we’re thrilled to be talking all things Kubernetes with you, on April 12-16! This year too, the conference will be hosted virtually and registration is free, which means even more of us can get together to share knowledge and ideas at the #1 AI conference and workshop! Ubuntu and […]

Canonical completes Azure Arc Validation Program, helps increase user confidence in Arc enabled production Kubernetes

Microsoft Azure has just announced the details of its new Azure Arc Validation Program, aiming to further increase customer confidence in deploying Arc enabled Kubernetes in production workloads, and at scale. Canonical is one of the Kubernetes distribution providers to participate in the program, by completing conformance tests for one of its two K8s distributions […]

How to switch the Docker container runtime to containerd with Charmed Kubernetes

This article describes how easy it is for users of Charmed Kubernetes to switch from the Docker container runtime to containerd. You may have heard that Kubernetes is deprecating Docker as a container runtime after v1.20. Docker as an underlying runtime is being deprecated in favor of runtimes that use the Container Runtime Interface(CRI) created […]

Distribute ROS 2 across machines with MicroK8s

Introduction Our simple ROS 2 talker and listener setup runs well on a single Kubernetes node, now let’s distribute it out across multiple computers. This article builds upon our simple ROS 2 talker / listener setup by running it on multiple K8s nodes. At the completion of this setup expect to have a ROS2 Kubernetes […]

Canonical’s Open Operator Collection extends Kubernetes operators to traditional Linux and Windows applications

13th November 2020: Canonical’s Open Operator Collection, the largest collection of application operators, now supports both cloud-native and traditional applications on Windows and Linux. The collection is hosted at Charmhub.io and follows the Open Operator Manifesto. Next-generation operations unify CAAS and IAAS “The operator pattern successfully replaced config management on Kubernetes for cloud-native workloads,” said […]