Articles : Kubernetes

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How to Monitor Kubernetes Containers

by Dave Blakey on DevOps • June 30, 2022

The introduction of containers has revolutionized the software development industry and made building, testing, and deploying applications significantly easier. However, modern applications and infrastructure require an ever-growing number of containers and servers. These generate such a volume of logs and information that monitoring everything is a massive challenge. Deadlines, inexperience, culture, and management are just some of the obstacles that can affect how successful teams are at overcoming this challenge. 

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How To Deploy Kubernetes Apps Efficiently

by Dave Blakey on Tips and Tricks • June 14, 2022

Kubernetes has been a revelation for companies working with containers. It makes container orchestration consistent, which can streamline development and make CI/CD processes more reliable. However, your success depends on more than developing containerized applications and integrating Kubernetes into your CI tooling. You still need to consider how you will deploy your containers into a production environment. This process can be just as challenging as introducing containers into your software architecture in the first place.

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How To Secure Kubernetes Containers

by Dave Blakey on DevOps • May 31, 2022

If you are thinking of deploying applications in containers and using a container orchestration platform like Kubernetes, you must consider security. Smaller and simpler apps will reduce your development, testing, and maintenance costs – but security can be more challenging when compared with deploying in VMs. 

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Do I Need Kubernetes?

by Dave Blakey on DevOps • May 18, 2022

Kubernetes is a popular tool for container orchestration. But why are so many companies choosing to use Kubernetes, and what benefit does it offer software development and DevOps teams?

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Snapt Announces The One Security Package To Run Kubernetes In Public Cloud

by Iwan Price-Evans on News • May 16, 2022

Snapt sponsors KubeCon Europe and brings AI-powered threat intelligence, WAAP, and bot protection for Kubernetes ingress in public cloud – all in one click. Valencia, Spain — Snapt, the leading provider of future-proof, cloud-neutral, and platform-agnostic load balancing and security solutions, demonstrates a powerful, AI-powered platform for securing Kubernetes ingress in public cloud environments at KubeCon Europe in Valencia. Snapt Nova is a centrally managed load balancing and application security platform designed for cloud-native and hybrid environments and includes real-time threat intelligence, web application and API protection, and bot protection. Snapt demonstrates Snapt Nova at KubeCon Europe, 16-20 May, at booth S32 on the show floor or our virtual booth here: https://bit.ly/38VKVwo (link for registered attendees only).

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Best Practices for Load Balancing Kubernetes Containers

by Craig Risi on Tips and Tricks • August 2, 2021

More organizations are using containers as a mechanism for driving their cloud-native applications. Some organizations have hundreds of small containers across many different servers in different development, test, and production environments. This can be tricky to manage, which is why companies have turned to Kubernetes for container orchestration. 

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Load Balancing Kubernetes on DigitalOcean

by Bethany Hendricks on Load Balancing • December 22, 2020

Many of our customers are exploring the use of Kubernetes. Some are looking to use it as part of a multi-cloud strategy to reduce business risk. Others are looking at dividing monolithic apps into microservices and leveraging Kubernetes as a management and orchestration plane for all the separate services created from the decoupled application.

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