How to quickly deploy production-ready Kubernetes

Kubernetes, the flexible software that coordinates containers, runs on a range of platforms, from public to private cloud, data centers, bare metal and virtualised infrastructure, and requires a number of considerations for design and performance optimisation. Beyond identifying individual requirements, such as use cases and topology, organisations must also determine needs for compute, storage, networking […]

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CanonicalがMicroK8sの安定版を発表 – Kubernetesの展開をスピードアップ

CanonicalがMicroK8sをリリースしました。1つのSnapパッケージで、42フレーバーのLinuxに短時間で効率的にインストールされるアップストリームのKubernetesです。ディスクとメモリフットプリントの小さいMicroK8sなら、デスクトップ、サーバー、エッジクラウド、IoTデバイスなど、何にでもKubernetesを効率的に使い始めることができます。 MicroK8sは、Snap Storeからダウンロードし、簡単に展開できます。 sudo snap i...

Financial services businesses say multi-cloud is central to their plans for AI, containers and blockchain, 451 Research reveals

The Canonical commissioned study found that 60% of financial services businesses bank on the benefits of multi-cloud to support emerging technologies, but significant skills gap still exists An independent report by 451 Research, ‘Multi-Cloud Fundamental to Financial Services Transformation’, found that financial services businesses are looking to emerging technologies at a higher rate than organisations […]

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Taking Octavia for a ride with Kubernetes on OpenStack

Want to enable your developers to deploy highly available web applications, web services or microservices? Do you also need to cater for existing and legacy workloads? Sounds like your requirements are in the sweet spot between what OpenStack and Kubernetes has to offer. OpenStack is as you may already know a mature, stable and flexible […]

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Canonical announces support for Kubernetes 1.13 on Ubuntu

Canonical is pleased to announce full enterprise support for Kubernetes 1.13 on Ubuntu, including support for kubeadm, and updates to MicroK8s – our popular single-node deployment of Kubernetes. Canonical’s certified, Charmed Distribution of Kubernetes (CDK) is built from pure upstream binaries, and offers simplified deployment, scaling, management, and upgrades of Kubernetes, regardless of the underlying […]

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Using GPGPUs with Kubernetes

This post walks through the use of GPGPUs with Kubernetes and DevicePlugins. We’ll use MicroK8s for a developer workstation example and charmed K8s for a cluster since that’s a consistent multi-cloud Kubernetes approach. The various cloud CAAS offerings like GKE are also enabling GPGPU facilities so you may want to try those too. We’ll use […]

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Canonical and Dell EMC provide certified, production-ready Kubernetes solution

Dell EMC and Canonical today announced the continued evolution of their long-standing partnership to bring a tested and validated container orchestration solution to market through a reference architecture framework that helps organisations quickly and confidently implement Kubernetes technologies into production. The partnership brings to market a reliable solution founded upon Dell’s 14th generation of PowerEdge […]

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