Simple by design; Automating per-namespace isolation with Aporeto and OpenShift

14 Aug 2019 ~14 minutes Comments

Jeff Kelly

A zero trust network security policy has the capability to describe network communication at a very fine level of detail, which will also drastically increase the quantity of policy information generated. Managing and maintaining that level of detail can quickly become overwhelming. Aporeto's grouping and labeling of objects, as well as its ability to leverage OpenShift labels as grouping identifiers, allows policies that can encompass a fine level of detail and still be human readable.

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I want to go faster

01 Aug 2019 ~3 minutes Comments

Paul Fischer

Time to embrace change and really see if you can teach an old dog some new tricks.

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Deploying Rocket.Chat on OpenShift in the Enterprise

29 Jul 2019 ~10 minutes Comments

Phil Thomson

Running as a container on container platform makes HA and scale easy. Designing and testing took weeks, deployment of whole platform took minutes

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Navigating Anthos with Arctiq

29 Jul 2019 ~1 minutes Comments

Kyle Bassett

Arctiq recently hosted an event with Google and Sysdig in Toronto titled "Navigating Anthos - a Focus on Hybrid Cloud Visibility". At the event we provided a deep dive into the Anthos toolkit including various use cases we are hearing about from customers and our eco-system. The team spent the majority of the time on showing off what's possible with Anthos and how to configure various aspects of the software stack that's available today.

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Fireside Chat with Steve Pereira

25 Jul 2019 ~1 minutes Comments

Kyle Bassett

Another fireside chat in the books with Steve Pereira - CEO @ Visible. This one came together quick... Steve was able to come and meet me after an Anthos event Arctiq was running at Google. We managed to find a room to record a quick fireside chat. Steve is a long time community buddy and I always love finding time to chat with him.

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Fireside Chat with Todd Wilson from RedHatSummit19

16 Jul 2019 ~2 minutes Comments

Kyle Bassett

This one has been a long time coming... Original plan was to shoot this chat from a beautiful forest on Vancouver Island the last time I was on the west coast. We weren't able to pull that off but we managed to meetup @ Red Hat Summit 2019 in Boston.

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Ansible Meetup May 2019

11 Jul 2019 ~1 minutes Comments

Aaren DeJong

OpenStack-Ansible and 2.8 release details covered in this month's meetup.

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Running GoCD on OpenShift - An Alternative to Jenkins

28 Jun 2019 ~12 minutes Comments

Shea Stewart

Jenkins is one of the most popular CI & CD tools used in the OSS community and is very flexible, yet cumbersome and not without its own frustrations. It is also the defacto CI & CD tool within OpenShift. Many people, however, are looking for alternatives. This blog takes a look at how to run GoCD (from ThoughtWorks) on OpenShift as a potential alternative to Jenkins.

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Securing Hybrid Cloud Workloads with Google Anthos and Aqua Security

18 Jun 2019 ~6 minutes Comments

Shea Stewart

Automation and code-driven infrastructure provides massive flexibility to development teams. On-demand deployment of kubernetes clusters can speed up test and development time, but can also be difficult to mange. Config Management, a part of Google Anthos, and Aqua Security can be combined to centrally control on-demand ephemeral infrastructure.

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Holacracy Blog Series Part 2: Deploying ArctiqOS

17 Jun 2019 ~11 minutes Comments

Olena Shtepa

Join me as I take you through our blog series on Holacracy - a new organizational management technique that Arctiq is jumping into with both feet!

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Fireside Chat with Brian Gracely from RedHat Summit19

31 May 2019 ~1 minutes Comments

Kyle Bassett

It's been a busy couple months with lots of travel for me, visiting partners, customers and checking out all the key conferences in the US. One of of the many advantages is I get to meet up with great people I don't get to see that often.

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Fireside Chat with Dan Papandrea from GoogleNext19

25 May 2019 ~1 minutes Comments

Kyle Bassett

Another fireside chat in the books with my good friend Dan Papandrea, field CTO for Sysdig. Dan and I were both at Google Next19 in San Francisco and we managed to step away from the conference Thursday afternoon to have a chat.

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Deep Learning Intro - Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence

25 May 2019 ~5 minutes Comments

Aly Khimji

A soft introduction to series on Machine Learning and Deep Learning

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Serverless Continuous Delivery with Google Anthos Cloud Run

25 May 2019 ~1 minutes Comments

Roman Romanenko

Google Cloud Run is a new offering from Google that is currently in Beta. One of the main use cases is to enable running stateless HTTP containers on a fully managed environment or in your own GKE cluster. Cloud Run is part of the Anthos solution offering and falls under the Serverless category.

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Declarative Intent and Orchestration with F5 AS3

06 May 2019 ~7 minutes Comments

Hart Ripley

F5 has recently released AS3 (Application Services 3 Extension) to help teams further abstract F5 configuration from inherent knowledge of the underlying platform. This declarative model allows application teams to further extend their deployment workflows into F5 much more seamlessly.

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Connect ANY Kubernetes cluster to GKE with Anthos

01 May 2019 ~3 minutes Comments

Daniyal Javed

In this blog I will demo how to connect and deploy to OpenShift and EKS from Google Kubernetes Engine with Anthos. This blog can be extended to any Kubernetes cluster.

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[ansibleMeetup] state=latest

29 Apr 2019 ~2 minutes Comments

Aaren DeJong

The March 19 (2019) Ansible Toronto meetup was a great success, based on turnout, but more importantly, based on the great feedback. This blog quickly outlines the current state of the Ansible Toronto meetup.

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TensorFlow 2.0 - 2 Is Always Better Than 1

28 Apr 2019 ~9 minutes Comments

Aly Khimji

TensorFlow is easily the most popular deep learning framework. Developed by Google, TF is the powerhouse that drives all of Google's massively scaled services like Gmail, YouTube, Search and Maps. TensorFlow 1.x was known for having a very sharp learning curve, but no longer with TensorFlow 2.0. Google has made significant improvements in the ML platform. Read on to learn the new benefits.

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Deploying Google Anthos and GKE On-Prem with Optiva

10 Apr 2019 ~1 minutes Comments

Kyle Bassett

We are happy to share a recording of the Arctiq, Google, and Optiva breakout session at Google Next 2019. The demonstration features a valid use case discussion for Google Anthos and GKE On-Prem.

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Anthos Config Management Demo at Google NEXT

10 Apr 2019 ~1 minutes Comments

Shea Stewart

Anthos Config Management enables companies to simplify the developer experience and promote automated policy enforcement across ephemeral GKE clusters, bridging the gap between cloud and on-prem deployments. Watch the Google NEXT demonstration here.

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GKE On-Prem and Sysdig Monitoring

09 Apr 2019 ~1 minute Comments

Christopher Markieta

Exploring GKE On-Prem clusters and uncovering metrics with Sysdig Monitor.

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GKE On-Prem and Anthos Config Management

09 Apr 2019 ~2 minutes Comments

Christopher Markieta

Harness the power of Google Kubernetes Engine on your premises! Oversee hybrid Kubernetes deployments and autoscaling infrastructure as code.

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HUG10 Armon in Toronto talking Consul

06 Apr 2019 ~1 minute Comments

Kyle Bassett

Arctiq loves hosting community meetup's at our office. We recently hosted HUG10, HashiCorp Meetup 10. We had Co-Founder and Co CTO Armon Dadgar in Toronto to talk about Consul and Service Mesh. We also had Tim Fairweather show off demo's we have been working on to solve some customer challenges.

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Fireside chat with Armon Dadgar - HashiCorp

06 Apr 2019 ~1 minutes Comments

Kyle Bassett

I was lucky to be able to have a fireside chat with Armon Dadgar Co-Founder and Co CTO of [HashiCorp]. He was in Toronto joining us for a "HUG" **HashiCorp User Group** where he spoke about all things Consul and ServiceMesh.

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Ansible + Terraform = GCP Automation Goodness

06 Apr 2019 ~8 minutes Comments

Marc LeBlanc

The core idea in this blog however, is that looking at a tools strengths and admitting their weakness can lead to really great innovation in simplifying workflows that satisfy modern IT needs.

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