Obstacles to Integrating Dev / Ops / Security (and How to Overcome Them) A recent article by The New Stack explores “how to overcome cultural challenges and transform to true DevSecOps.” The article first discusses three broad challenges. Among them: The idea of DevOps / DevSecOps as an independent undertaking. DevOps is not a job [...]
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DockerCon 2018: Registration Now Open DockerCon 2018 registration opened up this week. This conference features latest Docker news, training and certification opportunities, and the chance to network with some 6000 attendees. The conference will be June 12-15 in San Francisco. Register now for early bird pricing (ends Jan 31). Tips for Kubernetes Logging A recent [...]
The beta for Docker Enterprise Edition (EE) with Kubernetes integration is now available. This will give users the option to develop and deploy using either swarm or a "fully-conformant" Kubernetes for orchestration, according to the Docker blog post. Due to high interest in the beta, Docker plans to roll out license keys in batches over [...]
DockerCon 2018 registration just opened up, and you can save $405 with early bird pricing (until Jan 31). Get your tickets now for the June 12-15 conference in San Francisco, featuring: 6000+ developers, sys admins, and architects Training and certification opportunities More learning opportunities (2 new tracks) This is the conference for all things Docker, [...]
Container Structure Test: A Framework for Testing Docker Images Google recently announced a framework "designed to help developers conduct unit tests on Docker container images," according to an article in eWeek. The framework is called Container Structure Test. It's meant to help verify "the structure and contents of individual containers" before shipping them to production. For [...]
Kubernetes -- 2017 Year in Review A recent eWeek article reviews the growth and change of the Kubernetes project over the past year. The article delves into the wide adoption of Kubernetes by leading cloud providers (Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, and AWS all now support Kubernetes). It also discusses the surprise DockerCon EU announcement that [...]
Kubernetes 1.9 = Increased Stability, Windows Support Announced 12/7/17, Kubernetes 1.9 will bring more stable system tools, including Kubernetes workloads APIs. According to a recent article in The New Stack, four APIs moved to general availability: Deployment (describe the desired state for a running application) ReplicaSet (ensures apps have enough container instances, or “replicas”) Daemonset (deployment that runs [...]
KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Recap InfoSiftr was at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon 2017 last week. Lots of big 1.0 announcements and community growth highlights. Follow the link for our complete recap. CFP Now Open for DockerCon 18 San Francisco DockerCon has opened their Call for Proposals for the San Francisco 2018 conference. They’re looking for talks on the following [...]
KubeCon + CloudNativeCon 2017 took place in Austin, TX last week. This was a container and cloud native event of unprecedented scale. Some 4000 attendees packed into the Austin Convention Center to hear the latest news on the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), Kubernetes, and associated projects. The latest news is pretty exciting. Apart from [...]
AWS Embraces Kubernetes This past week's big news was AWS embracing Kubernetes. The cloud giant announced Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (EKS) during their re:Invent conference here in Las Vegsas. Follow the link for our complete post about it. AWS Bare Metal Compute Instances This past week, AWS also announced their i3.metal instance. The service [...]