Multi-cluster Management with Kubernetes Federation v2(14 Apr 2020)
Kubefed simplifies the deployment and management of a multi-cluster setup. In this post we will see how setup and deploy a workload on a Kubernetes federation.
Understand Containers - For VM Makers(27 Feb 2018)
There are things to do differently and there are different ways to think about how resources get provisioned for applications and services. I had to undergo re-shaping how I think about containers, because I grew up in the time of VMs.
Are your Containers having an "Identity" Crisis? Access Management Considerations(29 Mar 2017)
With the rapid adoption of containers throughout the industry, the landscape of technology and tools in the enterprise is forever changing. Once the excitement of getting the technology up and running wears off, we are often left with the same questions we find enterprises regularly asking.
Integrated Security with Black Duck Hub and Jenkins(24 Nov 2016)
This article is a follow-on from our recent Practice Safe DevOps event, where we demonstrated development tooling capabilities focused on the Enterprise, with enough extensibility to bring the corporate security requirements INTO the development process rather than AFTER the deployment process.
Productive Developer Tools - Deploying OpenShift "Container Development Kit"(26 Sep 2016)
Think of it as OpenShift 'In a Box', enabling developers or infrastructure teams to get hands on experience with OpenShift without needing access to a full virtual or physical environment.
Openshift Enterprise 3.2 in Action... Continuous Delivery Pipeline with Github(23 Jun 2016)
Arctiq recently hosted a technology event in Toronto - Containers are Brewing - End to End Delivery and Orchestration - where I provide a live demo utilizing Redhat Openshift Enterprise 3.2 - PaaS. I utilized 2 public projects from Redhat that were presented last year on-stage at the annual Redhat Summit Conference. You can use this blog and video to give it a try for yourself. We made a few changes to the projects, you can find them here on Github